Rockies sign Nolan Arenado to record $26 million deal in arbitration Carlos Correa announced Tuesday he’d won his arbitration case against the Astros.The All-Star shortstop, who earned $1 million last year, had requested a $5 million salary for 2019. The Astros had offered $4.25 million. The arbitration court decided in Correa’s favor. Won the Arb case! @astros true professionals throughout the process… All Glory to God 🙏🏽— Carlos Correa (@TeamCJCorrea) February 5, 2019Correa, 24, played a vital role in the Astros first World Series championship in 2017, but missed 52 games last season due to back problems. He had career lows in OPS (.728) and batting average (.239). Related News “Won the Arb case! @astros true professionals throughout the process… All Glory to God,” Correa tweeted. Correa is eligible for free agency in 2022.