How he joined the club: Signed from USL affiliate Tulsa Roughnecks FC on Sept. 14, 2017.
2017 (CHICAGO FIRE): Did not make an appearance after joining the club on 9/14 from USL affiliate Tulsa Roughnecks FC. Tulsa Roughnecks FC (USL): Had one goal and two assists in 31 games, 29 of which were starts. His lone goal came in a 2-1 win vs. St. Louis FC on 8/11. USL Cup Playoffs: Played 90 minutes in Tulsa’s 2-1 loss against No. 2 seed San Antonio FC on 10/22. U.S. Open Cup: Played in each of Tulsa’s three matches.
2016 (FORT LAUDERDALE STRIKERS): Made 17 appearances after joining the team from Miami FC in June of 2016. U.S. Open Cup: Made one appearance, a 90-minute shift in a 3-0 loss against Chicago Fire on 7/21 in the quarterfinals.
2016 (MIAMI FC): Signed his first professional contract in America after a successful tryout with Miami FC. Made one start, a 45-minute shift in a 1-1 draw at Fort Lauderdale Strikers on 4/3.
2015 (FC PINAR DEL RIO): Data unavailable.
2014 (FC PINAR DEL RIO): Data unavailable.
2013 (FC PINAR DEL RIO): Data unavailable.
2012 (FC PINAR DEL RIO): Data unavailable.
2011 (FC PINAR DEL RIO): Data unavailable.
2010 (FC PINAR DEL RIO): Data unavailable.
2009 (FC PINAR DEL RIO): Data unavailable.
INTERNATIONAL (CUBA): Corrales has 34 career caps with Cuba, and one goal. His debut came in 1-1 draw at Costa Rica on Dec. 11, 2011. 2015: Made seven appearances, including three in the CONCACAF Gold Cup. Helped his squad reach the quarterfinals of that tournament, where Cuba bowed out in a 6-0 loss against the United States on 7/18. 2014: Made seven appearances, including four in the Caribbean Cup where he helped Cuba finished fourth. Corrales scored his first career national team goal in a 3-2 win vs. Curacao on 11/14 during group play of the Caribbean Cup. 2013: Made four appearances, each of which came at the CONCACAF Gold Cup. Corrales started each game for Cuba, and helped them reach the quarterfinals. 2012: Made 15 appearances, his most-capped year with Cuba. Five of those appearances came during World Cup Qualification, and four came during the Caribbean Cup – a tournament that Cuba won. 2011: Debuted for Cuba with a 90-minute shift at Costa Rica on 12/11.