Any fan of sports will know the name Carlos Correa, but many don’t know anything about the major league baseball player’s former beauty queen wife.

Correa and his wife, Daniella Rodriguez, are definitely going to be celebrating after he agreed to a 12-year contract with the Mets. The agreement comes after the Giants balked at signing Correa’s due to an alleged undisclosed medical issue. The pair now will move to New York with their one-month-old son, Kylo.

“I can’t believe it’s been a year since I held you for the first time,” the former Miss Texas wrote on Instagram of her son. “I don’t know how I used to live before that. As hard as being a mommy can be I can’t imagine a day without you.”

The message continued with birthday wishes for the one-year-old. “You have taught me so much about myself throughout this process. You might not remember this year but you’ve giving me some of the best memories I could have ever asked for. Happiest Birthday to the wildest baby 💙 .”

Alongside this was a snap of the trio at a Mickey Mouse-themed birthday celebration.

Rodriguez and Correa announced in October that they are expecting a second child sometime next year.

Rodriguez was a contestant and winner of Miss Texas 2016 as well as Miss Texas 2013.

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In March, when Correa left the Astros and signed with the Minnesota Twins, the model took it upon herself to bid farewell to Housten.

“You have watched my husband grow from a young boy to a strong leader,” she said of the Texas team and its fans. “You have seen our relationship grow from two love birds getting engaged after winning the World Series to becoming parents to our sweet boy. This city has been everything and more. The fans have been the absolute best and we have always felt your support. My heart is broken that our time with the Astros has come to an end but my heart will forever be filled with the precious memories of this team. Houston will always have a special place in our hearts. We love you all! 🧡.”

The duo met in 2016 during an Astros game at which Rodriguez threw out the first pitch for the game.

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