Sandy Alcantara close to signing extension with Miami Marlins


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Sandy Alcantara close to signing extension with Miami Marlins

Reports indicate that the Dominican pitcher would sign an extension for 5 years and $ 55 million dollars

The Dominican pitcher Sandy Alcantara He would be close to signing a contract extension with the Miami Marlins that would tie him to the Florida team for the next five years.

According to insider Craig Mish’s report, the deal would be close to the $ 55 million guaranteed for the 26-year-old right.

The Azua native would be scheduled to win $ 4.5 million in 2022, his first year of arbitration, after having earned $ 630,000 in 2021.

Alcántara could have been a free agent in 2025 at 29 years of age following the current collective agreement between Major Leagues and players, which is about to expire.

If the extension between the Dominican and the Marlins is finalized, the Miami team would be buying the two years of arbitration and one of free agency, which would allow Sandy to be a free agent shortly after the age of 31 with the possibility of signing another great agreement conditioned by their performances.

Alcantara finished 2021 with a 3.19 ERA in 33 starts with 9 wins and 15 losses, with 201 strikeouts in 205 innings and 2-thirds of work.

The Dominican was selected to the All-Star Game in 2019 and came to the Marlins franchise in a change in 2017 that involved his compatriots Marcell Ozuna, Magneuris Sierra, among other players.

The Miami Marlins finished 2021 with a record of 67 wins and 95 losses, fourth in the East Division of the National League.


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