Alcántara compiled a record of 3–2 with a 3.0 ERA in 42 innings during the abbreviated 2020 season.
Marlins franchise records include the most innings pitched by a rookie and the number of Dominican-born players who have thrown a complete game.
With a contract extension for $56 million on November 28, 2021, the Marlins broke Carlos Martinez’s record for a pitcher with less than four years of service time by signing Alcantara.
Alcántara’s fastball travels between 93 and 98 mph on average, with a top speed of around 100 mph. An excellent sinker and a four-seam fastball are among the pitches he employs.
The changeup (89 mph average velocity), slider (86 mph) and curveball are his supplementary pitches (82 mph).
In 2019, Alcántara organized a series of events to raise money for the Dominican Republic’s impoverished youngsters by collecting baseball equipment.
On his 24th birthday, he organized the first-ever “Softball with the Sandman” charity baseball tournament.
Alcántara flew to the Dominican Republic after the 2019 season to hand present the equipment to the kids.
Sandy Alcantara Contract
With the Miami Marlins, Sandy Alcantara committed to a five-year, $56 million deal that features a $1,500,000 signing bonus and $56 million in guaranteed revenue.
Sandy Alcantara Salary
Sandy Alcantara receives an annual salary of $11,200,000 on average. Alcantara’s base pay in 2022 will be $3,500,000.
Sandy Alcantara Net Worth
Sandy Alcantara has a net worth estimation of $1 million to $5 million