Astros' Correa: Vibes around this team 'remind me of '17 and '19'

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Shortstop Carlos Correa is seeing similarities between this year's Astros and Houston's World Series teams from 2017 and 2019.

"I believe in this team. I got a great feeling about this team," Correa said Sunday following the Astros' 14-3 win over the Minnesota Twins, according to Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle. "Everyone is on the same page. The vibes in the clubhouse remind me of '17 and '19. I really love this team."

Houston won a title in 2017 but fell to the Washington Nationals during the 2019 Fall Classic.

The Astros (37-28) put up a season-high 20 hits during Sunday's blowout, and they've now won four straight series.

"This is a team that I feel like for a few years has been accustomed to winning, so I don't think it's a big surprise on any given day," Houston slugger Yordan Alvarez said, according to Brian Hall of The Associated Press. "Every single guy on the team is capable of doing a lot of good things, and that's what we were able to do today."

The Astros currently occupy the AL's second wild-card spot and sit two games back of the Oakland Athletics for the AL West lead.

Astros' Correa: Vibes around this team 'remind me of '17 and '19'
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