Is it the end of the era for the Houston Astros?

Carlos Correa stood on the steps of the dugout watching Yuli Gurriel rolled to finish the World Series Game 6 before slowly walking away and heading to the Houston clubhouse for what might be the last time.

The victory of Atlanta 7-0 over the Astros to win the World Series Tuesday night could mark the end of an era in Houston.

After losing to Gerrit Cole and George Springer in free agency the past two years, Houston now faces the clear possibility that Correa will also be leaving soon.

The star shortstop, who has been with the franchise since being selected with the first overall draft pick in 2012, He is a free agent and there is concern that the Astros may not be able to retain him.

Correa had a great season, hitting 26 home runs with 92 RBIs. But perhaps as much as his game, his leadership and arrogance have been invaluable to this team since he made his debut and won the award. 2015 American League Rookie of the Year.

The Game 6 of the Series marked his 79th postseason appearance. since helping the Astros get to the playoffs for the first time since 2005 in his rookie season.

Justin Verlander, who pitched only one game in the past two seasons due to injuries, is also a free agent, as is veteran starter Zack Greinke.

After the match, Brent Strom, 73, team pitching coach since 2014, he announced that he will not return next season.

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