Sandy Alcantara reportedly injured his right forearm on September 6 which subsequently restricted him from the field, now, that he is slowly feeling a lot better, the Miami Marlins ace right-hander Sandy Alcantara has expressed preparedness to throw again.
Sandy Alcantara Back On The Field
Sandy Alcantara successfully made his second bullpen session on Monday throwing twenty pitches while using his entire weapon. The session was conducted ahead of a series opener against the New York Mets. The 28-year-old Sandy Alcantara was temporarily removed from the game for fifteen days after feeling discomfort on September 3 while pitching against Washington. Sandy Alcantara, a reigning NL Cy Young Award winner said that he is hopeful and confident that he will be able to return this year for the postseason.
Sandy Alcantara’s Career Over Time
Looking into Sandy Alcantara’s achievements, he has been the most durable starting pitcher in the major league for the past few years. Sandy Alcantara recorded impressive innings and three complete games, as well as remarkable strikeouts. Meanwhile, although Marlin’s manager Skip Schumaker does not commit to any course of action, he believes in Sandy Alcantara’s return adding that he will take Sandy Alcantara’s status day by day.