It is also an ‘Inning Eater’ with a different level.
Last year, the National League Cy Young Award-winning pitcher Sandy Alcantara of the Miami Marlins decorated his first win of the season with a shutout.
Alcantara made a start in the home game against the Minnesota Twins held at Londipo Park in Miami, Florida on the 5th (Korean time), facing 30 batters in 9 innings, giving up 3 hits and 1 walk, and showed perfect pitching to block no runs. seemed to unfold. Miami won 1-0.온라인카지노
In the opening game on the 31st of last month, Alcantara, who was not like ‘him’ with 5⅔ innings, 3 hits, 4 walks and 3 runs against the New York Mets, regained his dignity by showing off stable control and dynamic game management in 5 days.
Alcantara, who threw just 100 pitches, recorded a fastball speed of 99.3 mph and an average of 97.8 mph, and struck out 5.
Alcantara threw 228⅔ innings in 32 games last year, going 14-9, posting an earned run average of 2.28 and striking out 207, becoming the protagonist of the video between the first time in his life. The number of innings pitched was the highest since David Price (230 innings) in 2016.
Alcantara’s trademark is ‘inning digestibility’. The first complete game in the major leagues this season came from Alcantara’s shoulder that day.
Alcantara continued his perfect pitching from the 1st inning to the 4th inning with 2 outs, and recorded his first hit with an infield hit to Trevor Ranachi at 3rd base. However, he caught Jose Miranda on a fly to right field to end the inning. Alcantara, who put the 5th inning to sleep again with a triple pullout, passed the 6th inning with 1 hit and the 7th with 1 walk, respectively, then triplet in the 8th inning, led Ranachi with 1 out and 1st base in the 9th inning to shortstop double play, and the game ended in 1 hour and 57 minutes. finished
Minnesota Japanese pitcher Kenta Maeda also started and struck out 9 in 5 innings and threw well with 3 hits and 1 run, but Alcantara’s reverse fight ended in a loss.
Miami scored the winning run in the bottom of the second inning with Avisail Garcia’s solo home run. Garcia, who entered the first at-bat after one death, pulled the slider on the inside of Maeda’s 4th pitch, 83 mph, with a ball count of 2B1S, and drew an arch that went over the left wall.