Doosan Bears manager Lee Seung-yeop highly praised Raul Alcantara, who has spent two years in Japan, saying, “The day Alcantara throws, he throws a pitch that confirms that he will win unconditionally.”
Coach Lee said of Alcantara, which played 8 innings, 1 hit, and no runs in the previous day ahead of the professional baseball kt wiz match to be held at KT Wiz Park in Suwon on the 21st, “It played a role beyond the first starter. When our team was having a hard time, I thought of Alcantara. I think I will be the first to fly,” he said.
Alcantara, who rose to the ’20-win pitcher’ with an average ERA of 2.54 with 20 wins and 2 losses at Doosan in 2020, joined the Hanshin Tigers of the Japanese professional baseball the following year.
However, in Japan, he returned to the KBO League this season with a mediocre record of 4 wins and 6 losses with a 3.96 ERA over two seasons.
After his return, Alcantara is active as a firm Doosan 1 starter.
He succeeded in 7 quality starts (within 3 earned runs in 6 or more innings) in 9 starts and is active with 5 wins and 2 losses with an earned run average of 1.29.
He ranks first in the league in earned run average and third in wins and strikeouts (61).
Before kt on the 20th, they went on a no-hit march until one company in the 8th inning, completely neutralizing kt’s other lines.카지노사이트
Regarding Alcantara, which struggled in Japan but regained its form in Korea, coach Lee said, “In Japan, I encountered a culture different from Korea, so I must have had a bit of a complicated mind.” There would have been,” he said.
He added, “I don’t think his skills would have deteriorated even if he spent two years in Japan. I think he would have improved by making up for his weaknesses in Japanese baseball.”