Sandy Alcantara (Miami Marlins) was the best pitcher in the National League last season. He pitched in 32 games, where he went 14-9 with a 2.28 earned run average (58 earned) in 228⅔ innings pitched 6 complete games (1 shutout). He won the Cy Young Award by unanimous decision, beating Julio Urias (LA Dodgers) and Max Fried (Atlanta Braves).
Alcantara won his first win of the season with 메이저사이트a shutout victory against the Minnesota Twins on the 5th (Korean time), his second appearance of the season, with 3 hits, 1 walk and 5 strikeouts in 9 innings. He then tried to continue the momentum in his third appearance, but with shocking results.
Alcantara started against the Philadelphia Phillies in the 2023 major league held at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA on the 11th, and was sluggish with 9 runs (9 earned), 10 hits (1 home run), 1 walk and 4 strikeouts in 4 innings. He suffered 1 loss (1 win) of the season.
Alcantara got off to a good start by treating the first and second episodes as a tripartite offense. However, he collapsed in the third inning. He allowed a go-ahead one-run home run to Jake Cave. Following this, Trey Turner scored 1 RBI, a timely hit by Nick Castellanos, 1 RBI and a double, and Alec Bom allowed 5 runs with 2 RBIs and a timely hit.
Alcantara seemed to find a sense of stability by handling the fourth inning as a tripartite offense, but allowed consecutive hits to Turner and Kyle Schwaber in the fifth. Then, Castellanos and Bom’s consecutive RBIs broke out in a timely manner. In the end, he got off the mound without even getting a single out count in the fifth inning. Devin Smeltzer, who pitched in relief, allowed Brandon Marsh to score two RBIs and a double, and Alcantara finished the game with nine runs.
According to the US’MLB.com’, it is the fifth game in which Alcantara has had 6 or more hits, and it is said that he gave up the second most runs while playing an active part in the major leagues. This is the most runs since 10 runs in the 2021 Colorado Rockies expedition.
Miami coach Skip Schumacher covered the collapsed Alcantara. “I don’t think you’ll see Alcantara sluggish often. Again, he’s a man. Things like this happen from time to time,” he said. .