Sandy Alcantara made 6 starts for the Marlins in all, finishing 2-3 with a 3.44 ERA.
He spent most of the year in the minor leagues with the New Orleans Baby Cakes of Triple-A, where he was 6-3 with a 3.89 ERA in 19 starts and 115 2/3 innings.
He was part of the Marlins’ starting lineup when the 2019 season began. He pitched a brilliant two-hitter on May 19 to defeat the New York Mets, 3-0.
He needed just 89 pitches to complete the game, which was also the first shutout of his career. On September 8th, he defeated the Kansas City Royals 9-0 and recorded another shutout.
Since Dontrelle Willis in 2003, he was the only Marlins rookie pitcher with two shutouts. It was also his first victory since the All-Star break when he had played as the only representative of the Marlins in the contest.
Before the break, Sandy had a record of 4-8, 3.82 in 17 starts, but she was 0-4 in her last 11 attempts. He had a respectable 3.88 ERA, went 6-14 overall, and led the league in complete games, shutouts, and losses.
He was one of many team members caught up in the pandemic epidemic that threatened to end the Marlins’ whole season in 2020, which led to the season being cut short to only 7 starts.
How Much Does Sandy Alcantara Make?
Sandy Alcantara receives an annual salary of $11,200,000 on average. Alcantara’s base pay in 2022 will be $3,500,000.