Al Rojas Vivo: Urías and Alcántara remain firm at the top of the pitchers


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Al Rojas Vivo: Urías and Alcántara remain firm at the top of the pitchers

Mexican left-hander Julio Urías and Dominican right-hander Sandy Alcántara remain at the forefront of the Latin American pitching battalion in 2021, according to the penultimate chapter of the season of “Al Rojas Vivo,” which for 16th. consecutive year publishes ESPN Digital weekly during the regular season of Major League Baseball in the United States.

“Al Rojas Vivo”, which is published on Tuesday of each week, takes into account the statistics for the whole year up to the games on Monday. Players are not considered by their salary, level or fame, but by their performance throughout the current season.

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Pos .: Opener | Team: Dodgers| Previous Rank: 1

Statistics 2021

The Mexican left-hander will have a chance to join Fernando Valenzuela, Teodoro Higuera and Esteban Loaiza on the list of Mexican pitchers with 20-win seasons in MLB. Urías (19-3, 3.01) is 10-0 with a 1.99 ERA in his last 15 starts, a spectacular close to his first season as a star member of the Dodgers rotation. Urías leads MLB in wins and has 188 strikeouts in 179.1 innings and 31 starts.

Pos .: Opener | Team: Miami Marlins | Previous Rank: 2

Statistics 2021

The Dominican right-hander launched a quality start (6IL 3CL 0 BB 6K) in his last presentation against the Tampa Bay Rays to overcome the 200-inning barrier for the season. Alcantara (9-14, 3.09) has a 2.19 ERA and 60 strikeouts in 49.1 innings in his last seven starts. On the season, he leads in starts (32), second in innings (200.2) and eleventh in strikeouts (195) and WHIP (1.07) in the National League.

Pos .: Opener | Team: Oakland Athletics | Previous Rank: 5

Statistics 2021

The Oakland Athletics’ Dominican allowed one run in 14.0 innings in his last two assignments and is 4-0, 1.80 in his last seven to climb to third place in the 2021 rankings. Since the All-Star Game, he is 5-2. , 2.33 and 95 strikeouts at 81.0 IL. On the season, Montas is 13-9 with a 3.48 ERA and 200 strikeouts in 181.0 innings and 31 starts.

Pos .: Opener | Team: Brewers | Previous Rank: 3

Statistics 2021

Despite an injury that slowed him down in the second half, and that forced his team to be cautious with use, thinking about the postseason, the Dominican right-hander could finish the year with 200 strikeouts and a tremendous performance. Peralta is 10-5 with a 2.81 ERA, 0.97 WHIP and 195 strikeouts in 144.0 innings. He is 4-4, 3.30 in his last 15 appearances, when he was affected by shoulder discomfort.

Pos .: Opener | Team: Toronto Blue Jays | Previous Rank: 4

Statistics 2021

The Puerto Rican continues to show himself as a top pitcher late in the season as his team fiercely battles for a playoff spot. The Puerto Rican is 5-4 with a 3.50 ERA and 71 strikeouts in 64.1 innings in 11 starts since arriving in Toronto from Minnesota. On the season, Berríos (12-9, 3.48) has 197 strikeouts in 186.0 innings and leads the American League with 31 starts.

REST OF THE RANKING

6- Raisel Iglesias, Los Angeles Angels (7-5, 2.69, 32 SV, 100 K, 12 BB, 67.0 IL)

7- Jonathan Loaisiga, New York Yankees (9-4, 2.25, 18 Holds, 66 K, 15 BB, 68.0 IL)

8- Framber Valdez, Houston Astros (11-5, 2.98, 118 K, 57 BB, 129.2 IL)

9- Luis Garcia, Houston Astros (11-7, 3.23, 161 K, 48 BB, 150.1 IL)

10- Emmanuel Class, Cleveland Indians (4-5, 1.33, 24 SV, 72 K, 16 BB, 67.2 IL)

eleven- Kenley jansen, Los Angeles Dodgers (4-4, 2.30, 34 SV, 76 K, 34 BB, 62.2 IL)

12- Gregory soto, Detroit Tigers (6-3, 3.39, 18 SV, 76 K, 40 BB, 63.2 IL)

13- Diego Castillo, Seattle Mariners (4-5, 2.73, 16 SV, 70 K, 17 BB, 56.0 IL)

14- Aroldis chapman, New York Yankees (5-4, 3.48, 30 SV, 93 K, 37 BB, 54.1 IL)

fifteen- German Marquez, Colorado Rockies (12-11, 4.40 176 K, 64 BB, 180.0 IL)

16- Luis Castillo, Cincinnati Reds (8-16, 4.05, 187 K, 72 BB, 182.1 IL)

17- Richard Rodriguez, Atlanta Braves (5-4, 2.73, 14 SV, 42 K, 10 BB, 62.2 IL)

18- Alex Reyes, St. Louis Cardinals (10-8, 3.28, 29 SV, 93 K, 52 BB, 71.1 IL)

Note: Statistics until Monday’s game.


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