‘Cyyoung Winner’ Alcantara, who collapsed miserably, lost 9 goals

Sandy Alcantara (28, Miami Marlins), who won the National League Cy Young Award last year, is awarded. Last year, he lowered his head, surpassing the record for the most goals conceded in a game.

Miami had an away game against the Philadelphia Phillies on the 11th (Korean time) at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.

The Miami starting pitcher that day was Alcantara. But the results were disastrous. Alcantara threw 77 pitches (50 strikes) in 4 innings and collapsed with 10 hits and 7 runs.

Alcantara was relatively sluggish with 3 runs in 5 2/3 innings in the opening match against the New York Mets on March 31, but on the 5th against the Minnesota Twins, he won 1-0 shutout.

As a result, it was expected that Alcantara would show the same appearance as last year with the Minnesota game as an opportunity, but it collapsed miserably that day. It has already exceeded last year’s record of 6 runs, the most in a single game.

Alcantara handled the 1st and 2nd episodes as a tripartite offense, but collapsed greatly in the 3rd episode. He hit the go-ahead one-run home run off leadoff hitter Jake Cave.

After that, Alcantara gave up 4 more points with 4 hits in a row after 2 outs. 5 runs in an instant. Alcantara and Jacob Starlings batteries had to keep their heads down.

There was a stolen base allowed for large runs. Alcantara gave up a stolen base after being hit by Bryce Stadt with no runners on second out. Immediately, Trey Turner’s timely hit came out.

In addition, Alcantara gave up a stolen base to Turner in a safe first base situation and then walked Schwaber on base. In the end, Alcantara collapsed after being hit consecutively by Nick Castellanos and Alec Bom.

But this wasn’t the end. Alcantara blocked the 4th inning with a tripartite offense, but went down the mound after giving up 2 more runs with 4 consecutive hits in the 5th inning.

After consecutive hits by Turner and Schwaber, he allowed consecutive hits to Castellanos and Bom. It was a completely different look from last year’s Alcantara.

In addition, in a crisis situation on 1st and 2nd base, which Alcantara had left behind as it went down, Brandon Marsh hit a sweeping double.스포츠토토 As a result, Alcantara’s earned points increased to 9 points.

As a result, Alcantara’s season ERA soared from 1.84 to 5.79. Although it is early in the season, it is a shocking number considering that he was a Cy Young Award winner last year.

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