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Year fpts
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Innings Pitched
Base on Balls (Walk)
Earned Run Average
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2023 0.00 0.00
2022 623.519.5 228.7 14 9 207 50 2.28 0.98
2021 470.514.3 205.7 9 15 201 50 3.20 1.07
3y Avg. 402.516.8 158.7 9 9 149 38 2.72 1.04
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  • Marlins' Sandy Alcantara: Eight Ks over three scoreless

    Alcantara struck out eight over three perfect innings in Friday's Grapefruit League start against the Astros. The right-hander was sensational once again, and the 2022 NL Cy Young winner has a miniscule 0.68 ERA over his work in the exhibition season with a 15:4 K:BB through 13.1 innings. Everything Alcantara has shown so far this spring suggests he will once again be among the best pitchers in baseball during the 2023 season.
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  • Marlins' Sandy Alcantara: Given Opening Day nod

    Alcantara has been named the Marlins' Opening Day starter, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. The reigning National League Cy Young winner will take the ball March 30 versus the Mets, squaring off against Max Scherzer. Alcantara has permitted just one run so far this spring across three Grapefruit League starts sandwiched around his WBC stint with the Dominican Republic.
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  • Marlins' Sandy Alcantara: Fans five in scoreless effort

    Alcantara allowed just two hits in 5.2 scoreless innings Saturday in a Grapefruit League outing against the Nationals. Alcantara walked two and struck out five in an impressive outing for the 2022 Cy Young winner, as he made his return from the WBC. The right-hander now has a 0.87 ERA during his time in the Grapefruit League, and he has shown no signs that he won't be a strong fantasy option again in 2023. He'll likely make one more spring start before an Opening Day outing March 30 against the Mets.
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  • Marlins' Sandy Alcantara: Wins NL Cy Young Award

    Alcantara was named the unanimous winner of the National League Cy Young Award on Wednesday. The 27-year-old finished 2022 with a 2.28 ERA, 0.98 WHIP and 207:50 K:BB across 228.2 innings and secured all 30 first-place votes. Alcantara led MLB in pitching bWAR (8.0) and innings pitched, and he was also second in the NL in ERA, sixth in WHIP and fourth in strikeouts. The right-hander inked a five-year, $56 million extension with the Marlins in November 2021, so he's not likely to be going elsewhere anytime soon.
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  • Marlins' Sandy Alcantara: Shut down for season

    Alcantara won't start Wednesday's regular-season finale against Atlanta, Christina De Nicola of reports. Alcantara capped off his dominant season Friday in Milwaukee, allowing a run on five hits and no walks while striking out eight in eight innings to take an unlucky loss. While he would have lined up to start Wednesday on normal rest, manager Don Mattingly said Saturday that the right-hander won't pitch again in 2022 in order to give him extra rest ahead of the offseason. Alcantara had a career-best season during the 2022 campaign, posting a 2.28 ERA, 207:50 K:BB and 0.98 WHIP in 228.2 innings over 32 starts.
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  • Marlins' Sandy Alcantara: Strikes out eight in loss

    Alcantara (14-9) took the loss against Milwaukee on Friday, allowing one run on five hits while striking out eight and walking none over eight innings. Alcantara pitched well enough to get the win, but received no support from his offense and left the game with the loss after tossing eight innings of one-run ball. He threw 75 of 100 pitches for strikes in what was his fifth quality start in a row. It was Alcantara's third game in a row where he lasted eight innings or more. The outing lowered the righty's ERA to 2.28, solidifying him as one of the best pitchers in the game. He has thrown a major-league leading six complete games this year, four of which have come since the start of August.
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  • Marlins' Sandy Alcantara: Posts 11 strikeouts

    Alcantara (14-8) earned the win Saturday, allowing one run on three hits and one walk over eight innings against the Nationals. He struck out 11. Alcantara's only blemish came from a solo homer from first baseman Joey Meneses to open the scoring with two outs in the first inning. In his last 11 games, the righty has posted a seemingly uneventful 3.30 ERA over 76.1 innings but allowed four runs or more four times and one run or fewer five times during that stretch. The 27-year-old has been particularly stifling at home, with a 9-4 record and 1.64 ERA over 121 innings compared to a 5-4 record and 3.16 ERA over 99.2 innings on the road.
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  • Marlins' Sandy Alcantara: Fires fifth complete game

    Alcantara (13-8) allowed one run on seven hits and a walk in a complete-game win over Washington on Sunday. He struck out seven batters. Alcantara continued his push for the NL Cy Young with yet another terrific performance Sunday. The lone run against him came during the fourth inning on Luis Garcia's double-play groundout. The 27-year-old righty lowered his ERA to 2.37 across a league-leading 212.2 innings. Alcantara has thrown three complete games since the start of August, posting a 3.27 ERA with a 50:10 K:BB through nine starts during that stretch. He's lined up for a rematch with the Nationals at home next week.
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  • Marlins' Sandy Alcantara: Seven innings in loss

    Alcantara (12-8) took the loss Tuesday against Philadelphia, allowing two runs on eight hits and a walk while striking out four in seven innings. Alcantara held the Phillies scoreless through the first six innings, scattering six singles and a walk. With one out in the seventh, he gave up a single and Nick Maton took him deep for a two-run homer. He's been a victim of the long ball of late and has given up seven home runs in his last five appearances, posting a 5.28 ERA and 1.43 WHIP in that span. Tuesday's outing brought him over 200 innings pitched for the second straight season.
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  • Marlins' Sandy Alcantara: Quality start on road

    Alcantara did not factor into the decision Thursday, allowing five runs on eight hits over six innings against the Phillies. He struck out seven. Alcantara allowed a solo home run from outfielder Nick Maton in addition to two doubles and a triple. The righty has been wildly inconsistent in his last eight games, giving up four runs or more four times and one run or less three times; the big numbers have come against quality opponents such as the Mets, Phillies, Dodgers and Braves. The 27-year-old has allowed six home runs in his last four starts.
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  • Marlins' Sandy Alcantara: Stifles Dodgers with complete game

    Alcantara (12-6) earned the win over the Dodgers on Saturday, allowing one run on six hits and two walks while striking out 10 batters over nine innings. Los Angeles got the better of Alcantara six days ago, hanging six runs on the ace over 3.2 innings. Alcantara got some redemption Saturday, however, inducing 19 swinging strikes and fanning 10 batters en route to his league-best fourth complete game. The right-hander's only meaningful mistake came in the third inning, when he hung a slider that Mookie Betts crushed for a solo home run. Alcantara's triumph over the league's winningest and highest-scoring team is a feather in the cap of a Cy Young-worthy season during which he has thus far posted a 2.13 ERA, 0.98 WHIP and 167:46 K:BB over 185.2 innings.
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  • Marlins' Sandy Alcantara: Lit up in LA

    Alcantara (11-6) allowed six runs on 10 hits and a walk while striking out five in 3.2 innings, taking the loss Sunday versus the Dodgers. By all measures, Alcantara's first tangle with the Dodgers in 2022 was his worst start of the year. The six runs and 10 hits were season highs for the right-hander, who also failed to complete five innings for the first time all season. He's now allowed at least four runs in three of his last five outings, though he kept runs off the board in the other two in that stretch. The Marlins' ace has a 2.19 ERA, 0.98 WHIP and 157:44 K:BB through 176.2 innings through 25 starts this season. He'll look to shake off this dud next weekend in a home rematch against the Dodgers.
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  • Marlins' Sandy Alcantara: Fires seven shutout innings

    Alcantara (11-5) yielded four hits and two walks over seven scoreless frames Monday, striking out seven and earning a win over the Padres. Alcantara was back to his usual self Monday after coughing up four runs against the Phillies in his last outing. Just one Padre reached scoring position against him as he turned in his seventh scoreless start of the year. He lowered his season ERA to 1.92 with a 152:43 K:BB across 173 frames. Alcantara is lined up to start in Oakland next week.
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  • Marlins' Sandy Alcantara: Falls apart in eighth inning

    Alcantara (10-5) took the loss Wednesday, allowing four runs on eight hits and one walk over 7.2 innings against Philadelphia. He struck out four. Alcantara cruised through seven innings, allowing two hits and one run on only 71 pitches. However, the Phillies figured something out in the eighth, erupting for six hits and three runs off the NL Cy Young candidate to turn a two-run deficit into a 4-3 advantage. Philadelphia went 6-for-7 off Alcantara in the frame with RBI knocks from Brandon Marsh, Kyle Schwarber and J.T. Realmuto. Alcantara's eight hits allowed tied his season high, and it was just the fourth time this year he's allowed four or more runs. Regardless, Miami's ace still sports a 2.01 ERA across a league-leading 166.0 innings pitched.
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  • Marlins' Sandy Alcantara: Tosses complete-game shutout

    Alcantara (10-4) gave up six hits and one walk while striking out three over nine scoreless innings to earn the win in a 3-0 victory over the Reds on Wednesday. Alcantara found himself in a bases-loaded jam in the first inning, due in part to his sloppy fielding on a softly hit grounder up the first base side of the diamond by Joey Votto. Despite throwing 22 pitches in the opening frame, the 26-year-old right-hander settled into a groove and needed only 83 to get through the next eight innings. Alcantara's performance moved him ahead of Framber Valdez for first in MLB with three complete games this season and lowers his ERA to a National League-leading 1.88. The Miami ace is expected to take his next turn in the rotation at Philadelphia next week.
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  • Marlins' Sandy Alcantara: Coughs up four runs

    Alcantara allowed four runs on eight hits and three walks over five innings during Friday's loss to the Mets. He struck out five and did not factor in the decision. The 26-year-old yielded three runs in the second inning, including a two-run triple by Starling Marte, followed by Marte's solo shot in the fourth. It was the first time since June 24 that Alcantara has given up more than three runs, and only his third time doing so this season. His ERA still stands at a terrific 1.99 alongside a 138:39 K:BB through 149.1 frames. Alcantara is projected to face the Reds at home next week.
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  • Marlins' Sandy Alcantara: Strikes out 10 batters

    Alcantara did not factor into the decision against Pittsburgh on Sunday, allowing two runs on two hits while striking out 10 and walking three over six innings. Alcantara left the game with the Marlins up 3-2, but he did not factor into the decision as the Pirates ended up tying the game, taking it into the 10th inning. Alcantara threw 70 of 105 pitches for strikes and had double-digit strikeouts in a game for the third time this month. The righty has allowed just four earned runs in 29 innings this month, good for a 1.24 July ERA. He will take a 1.81 season ERA into his next appearance.
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  • Marlins' Sandy Alcantara: Fans 12 in tough loss

    Alcantara (9-4) took the loss Friday as the Marlins were downed 2-1 by the Phillies, giving up two runs on four hits and two walks over eight innings. He struck out 12. The right-hander delivered his usual throwback performance, lasting at least seven innings for an incredible 13th straight start on an efficient 106 pitches (75 strikes), and Alcantara took a shutout into the seventh inning before finally stumbling. Unfortunately, the Miami offense gave him almost no support. Alcantara boasts a 1.31 ERA, 0.76 WHIP and 92:17 K:BB through 102.2 innings over that 13-outing stretch as he heads into his second All-Star Game appearance, and potentially the start for the NL squad.
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  • Marlins' Sandy Alcantara: Continues to dominate

    Alcantara allowed six hits and a walk over seven shutout frames in Sunday's extra-inning win over the Mets. He struck out four and did not factor in the decision. Alcantara sprinkled six singles and a walk across his scoreless outing and never faced much of a threat from the Mets. The 26-year-old has fired 15 shutout innings over his last two starts, lowering his season ERA to 1.73 across a league-leading 130.1 frames. Over his last 12 outings, he's sporting an outstanding 1.24 ERA with an 80:15 K:BB. Alcantara is projected to face the Phillies at home next week.
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  • Marlins' Sandy Alcantara: Fans 10 in ninth win

    Alcantara (9-3) picked up the win Tuesday, scattering two hits over eight scoreless innings in a 2-1 victory over the Angels. He struck out 10 without walking a batter. The right-hander nearly became the first hurler since Corey Kluber in 2017 to toss back-to-back nine inning complete games, but Marlins manager Don Mattingly elected to hand the ball to closer Tanner Scott in the ninth this time around. Alcantara still continued the dominance that got him named NL Pitcher of the Month for June, and he's compiled a stunning 1.62 ERA, 0.79 ERA and 44:8 K:BB through 55.2 innings -- averaging nearly eight innings an outing -- since the beginning of last month.
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