Sandy Alcantara

Sandy Alcantara Fantasy

Healthy
1.318 301st
2019
3.69 408th
BB9
2019
8.16 266th
H9
2019
1.05 226th
HR9
2019
6.89 602nd
SO9
2019
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Height / Weight
6' 4" / 170 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
9/7/1995 (24)
Experience
3
College
None

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Sandy Alcantara News

Sandy Alcantara Has Another Bad Start on Saturday

Miami Marlins starting pitcher Sandy Alcantara didn't have it on Saturday, struggling through just 1 2/3 innings in a Grapefruit League start against the Baltimore Orioles. Alcantara got just five outs, but allowed five runs on five hits and four walks in the process. Alcantara was the only All-Star for the Marlins last season, and was slightly overrated likely in part due to the All-Star nod. Alcantara is more of a back-end starter than an ace, but he'll still provide fantasy value in deeper mixed leagues.

4 months ago
Sandy Alcantara Struggles in His Grapefruit League Debut

Miami Marlins starting pitcher Sandy Alcantara tossed two innings on Monday, allowing two runs (one earned) on two hits and three walks, striking out one. Alcantara, who is expected to be the Opening Day starter for the Marlins, threw 38 pitches, just 19 for strikes. Control wasn't a huge issue for Alcantara last season, so this is likely just an early blip on the radar and nothing more. Still, he does need to throw strikes to be effective, as he's a pitch-to-contact guy and not a huge strikeout arm. He's not a strong fantasy candidate because of his game, but he's a solid "real life" pitcher on a rebuilding team.

4 months ago
Teams Interested In Sandy Alcantara, Caleb Smith

The Miami Marlins are getting calls from teams around the league about the availability of starting pitchers Sandy Alcantara, Caleb Smith and Pablo Lopez. However, it would take a lot in return for the Marlins to get rid of their young, controllable and cheap pitching options. Alcantara and Smith will likely be the team's Nos. 1 and 2 starters when 2020 begins. Alcantara was the team's lone All-Star last year. He made every one of his starts and had a 3.88 ERA in 197 1/3 innings (32 starts). That includes a 2.73 ERA in his final 10 starts of the year. The lefty Smith was excellent in the first couple months of the season, posting a 3.10 ERA, .189 average against and 80 strikeouts in 61 innings to begin the year. A hip injury in June caused his production to suffer the rest of the way.

over 6 months ago