Alcantara: “Sorry for the bad time,” Alcantara says after no-hitter

Raul Alcantara (31-Dusan Bears) went toe-to-toe with Son As-seob (36-NC Dinos) in a ‘wait-and-see’ match.

In the end, Son lost to Dae-rok, but Alcantara also got the start.

Alcantara started the home game against the NC in Seoul’s Jamsil Stadium on Tuesday and pitched seven innings, allowing just four hits with no walks. He didn’t give up a single earned run.

Doosan defeated NC 2-0 thanks to Alcantara’s strong performance.

On this day, Alcantara cooked the NC bats with a mix of fastballs, forkballs, and sliders that topped out at 153 mph and averaged 150 mph.

There was only one threat.

With two outs in the top of the sixth inning and a 2-0 lead, Alcantara threw a forkball to Son that was hit into left field.

Son recorded his 2,505th career hit, passing KBSN Sports commentator Park Yong-taek (2,504) for sole possession of first place on the list.

The next batter, Park Gun-woo, hit a double to right-center field, putting Alcantara on second and third.

With one hit away from tying the game, Alcantara struck out Matt Davidson on a 130-mile-per-hour slider to end the inning without allowing a run.

Alcantara returned to the mound in the seventh inning and finished the job with a triple play.

It’s been 71 days since Alcantara picked up a win (2-2) against the Hanwha Eagles on April 10th.

It’s been 60 days since Alcantara pitched a complete game without allowing an earned run since April 21 against the Kiwoom Heroes (7 innings, 4 hits, no runs).

Alcantara returned to the first team on May 26 after being sidelined for more than a month with elbow pain in late April, but he was unable to showcase 카지노 his “pre-injury power” for a while.

Just as Doosan’s worries were mounting, Alcantara came through with a ‘one-hitter’.

“Alcantara did his part by pitching seven strong innings,” said Doosan manager Lee Seung-yeop. “He aggressively attacked the strike zone from the first inning and showed his ace-like form by confidently throwing the ball down the body.”

“It’s a good win for me personally and for the team,” Alcantara said. “I’m happy that I was able to go seven innings and take the pressure off the bullpen, and as a team, we’re in a tight race for the lead and it’s nice to get a win.”

He also thanked his teammates, saying, “I had good chemistry with Kim Ki-yeon, the catcher, and I felt good when I caught the forkball before the game, and I used the forkball as we discussed with Kim and the power analysis team.”

Alcantara also recalled a time when he was sidelined by injury and struggled after returning.

“The younger pitchers really struggled while I was out of the first team. “I felt very sorry for my teammates,” he said, “and when I came back and didn’t have good results, I just thought that I would fix my shortcomings as quickly as possible to ease the burden.

“Even when the results weren’t going well, the Doosan fans always gave me warm support,” he said, “and that’s why I was able to get a good result today.”

The win also allowed him to congratulate the opposing batter.

“Congratulations to Son Asub for breaking the KBO record for most hits today,” Alcantara said.

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