‘Innings↓-ERA↑’ Alcantara, Cy Young’s 2nd consecutive victory is already a bubble?

Sandy Alcantara (28, Miami Marlins), who won the Cy Young Award for the first time in her personal career last year based on her overwhelming innings digestibility, is hardly recovering her performance.

Miami had a home game against the Atlanta Braves on the 3rd (hereinafter Korean time) at Londippo Park in Miami, Florida, USA.

Alcantara, who started as a Miami starting pitcher that day, threw 103 pitches (69 strikes) in 5 innings, allowing 6 hits and 3 runs.

Also, Alcantara gave up three walks that day. In response, he threw 103 pitches but only managed 5 innings. The biggest advantage of Alcantara is gone.

In addition, the average ERA was still in the 5-point range. He has not been able to recover to the 4-point range after being greatly demolished with 9 runs in 4 innings in the 3rd game of the season.

This is because he pitched fewer innings compared to last year and continues to concede runs. He had 3 earned runs in 6 innings, 2 earned runs in 5 2/3 innings, and 3 earned runs in 5 2/3 innings after allowing 9 runs.

restraints were not reduced. However, despite throwing 99 mph sinkers to Ronald Acuña Jr. (26) and Aji Albis (26), Alcantara hit a double and hit a home run.

Miami lost heavily 0-6 as Alcantara’s sluggish performance and the other line failed to target Atlanta starting pitcher Bryce Elder.

As a result, Alcantara threw 35 1/3 innings in six games of the season until this day, recording only 1 win, 3 losses and an average ERA of 5.09. 카지노

There are still many games left. However, it is not easy to overcome such a gap. Alcantara’s second straight Cy Young title may have already been thwarted in the spring.

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