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Marlins pitcher Sandy Alcantara allowed just one hit over eight scoreless innings while striking out seven in Monday's win over the Nationals. The win brings him to 9-13 on the season.
Alcantara has been excellent for most of the season and now boasts an excellent 3.10 ERA, but his 13 losses are indicative of the kind of run support he typically receives from this Miami lineup.
Marlins pitcher Sandy Alcantara allowed one earned run on four hits and one walk while striking out 14 over nine innings in a no-decision against the Mets on Wednesday.
Alcantara was fantastic on Wednesday and now has a 3.24 ERA to go with 178 strikeouts over 180 2/3 innings this season. However, he is just 8-13 due to a lack of run support. He lines up to face the Nationals on the road in his next start.
Marlins starter Sandy Alcantara allowed two earned runs on four hits and two walks while striking out 11 over seven innings in Sunday's loss to the Cincinnati Reds.
Alcantara has a 3.35 ERA on the year but is 7-12 thanks to a lack of run support. Over his last two starts, Alcantara has allowed three earned runs while striking out 18 over 15 innings of work but is 0-2. He is currently lined up to face this same Reds lineup again in his next start.
Marlins starter Sandy Alcantara tossed seven scoreless innings in Wednesday's win over the Padres, allowing four hits and two walks while striking out seven.
Alcantara now has two scoreless seven-inning outings sandwiched around a disaster in which he allowed 10 earned runs. He'll take a 3.52 ERA into his next start against the Braves at home.
Sandy Alcantara allowed 10 runs on 10 hits and two walks while striking out a batter in 3 2/3 innings of work during Friday's 14-2 loss in Colorado.
A week after striking out 10, Alcantara allowed the same amount to score verse the Rockies. Coors Field continues to promote offense, as the 25-year-old fell to 6-10. Alcantara will take his 3.70 ERA to San Diego for next week's scheduled start.