Sandy Alcantara (28), who received the National League Cy Young Award last year, received an unforgettable gift.
On the 7th (Korean time), the MLB.com, the official homepage of Major League Baseball, wrote about Alcantara. Last year, he recorded 14 wins, 9 losses, 228⅔ innings, an ERA of 2.28, 207 strikeouts, and a WHIP (on-base percentage per inning) of 1.59, a career high. After the season, he received a lot of attention as he was named the best pitcher in the National League as well as the Cy Young Award.
Alcantara’s Cy Young Award was meaningful to both the individual and the team. As an individual, it was honored to obtain the Cy Young Award by ‘unanimous decision’, and as a team, it was the moment when the first winner in the club’s history was born.
Miami Beach has prepared a special gift for the dazzling performance of Alcantara. Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber last week designated an area between Rumors Park and Sixth Street in Miami as “Sandy’s Beach,” named after Alcantara. The period is until December this year, but Alcantara has a beach with its name on it.
In an interview with ‘MLB.com’, Alcantara expressed his joy, saying, “I want to take his exercise equipment to the beach and exercise with people there.”
The city of Miami also designated January 11 as ‘Sandy Alcantara Day’, and the Miami club decorated a beach-themed spectator area so that fans could see Alcantara pitching.
Meanwhile,토토사이트 Alcantara is continuing its strong pitching at the beginning of this season. He recorded a shutout in the second game of the season (against the Minnesota Twins on the 5th), showing clean pitching with 1 win in 2 games and an average ERA of 1.84 in 14⅔ innings.