welcome, little kylo!

Houston Astros superstar shortstop and pageant queen wife announce birth of first son

Astros superstar and pageant queen wife announce birth of first son

Carlos Correa Daniella rodriguez baby Kylo
Correa and Rodriguez have a new baby, little Kylo. Carlos Correa/Instagram

Major League Baseball’s most coveted shortstop and his pageant queen wife have a new reason to celebrate this holiday season. Houston Astros superstar Carlos Correa and his wife Daniella Rodriguez have a new son, Kylo Daniel Correa, the pair announced.

The happy couple noted  that Kylo was born on November 29 via matching social media posts. “You’ve changed my life forever. I LOVE YOU, my SON,” Correa wrote on Instagram. He then wished his spouse a happy second wedding anniversary: “You’re the rock of this family. Thank you for being the funniest and the hardest worker in the house. Love you baby.”

Meanwhile, Rodriguez, a former Miss Texas (2016), gushed back to her husband on Instagram, “I never knew love like this existed. You are literally what I breathe for now. Happy 2nd Anniversary to the man that made me a mother.”

Posing in chic casual outfits, the couple posed for an adorable photo with little Kylo. Congratulations poured in from all, including a “congrats” from infield teammate Alex Bregman, and praise for little Kylo from star pitching ace Lance McCullers, Jr.: “Kylo is already an absolutely [sic] stud. Congrats to y’all on your amazing baby boy,” commented McCullers, who is also a father.

No word on the inspiration of the baseball prince’s name; it immediately harks to the Star Wars franchise — Kylo Ren is the embattled son of Han Solo and Princess Leia played by Adam Driver in the films.

Meanwhile, Houston waits as Correa  — the buzziest free agent in the MLB — fields offers for his services this coming season. He turned down the Astros’ most recent offer of five years, $160 million and is expected to land considerably more — with hope, from his current team.

As he fields offers, CultureMap would like to note that Houston boasts world-class dining, culture, the most diverse urban environment in the U.S., and exemplary private and public schools — just sayin’, Mr. Correa.

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