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Daniella Rodriguez, Carlos Correa

Carlos Correa had one of the greatest individual nights in sports history. Moments after winning Game 7 of the World Series -- in a season that saw him make the World Baseball Classic All-Tournament Team and his first MLB All-Star Team -- Correa got down on one knee and proposed to girlfriend Daniella Rodriguez. Correa was on live TV at the time, being interviewed by Fox's Ken Rosenthal.

So. Much. Swag. Correa is 23 years old, and in a matter of minutes, he won two new rings. And that back pocket move, saying he's taking "another big step" in his life, just unbelievable.

Correa had given select players and coaches notice of his potential proposal plans, but in the moment, he only needed one assistant. In the ninth inning, Correa gave a clubhouse attendant instructions to put the wheels in motion.

"One of the clubbies, I talked to him in the ninth inning and I'm like, 'I don't want to jinx anything, but if we get the three outs, please bring me the ring because I am going to get engaged in the ballpark,'" Correa said on the Fox postgame show.

Teammate Justin Verlander, who is currently engaged to model Kate Upton, found out about the proposal on the Fox set.

According to The Washington Post, Correa has been dating Rodriguez, 21, since last fall. Rodriguez was Miss Texas Teen USA in 2013 and Miss Texas USA in 2016.

Last August, she threw out a ceremonial first pitch at Minute Maid Park, and let's just say, it did not have the same zip as a Correa throw from shortstop.

Correa and Rodriguez have the rest of their lives to work on those mechanics.

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