Al Rojas Alive: Julio Urías does not lose the north

The Mexican southpaw Julio Urías and Dominican law Sandy Alcantara command the platoon of Latin American pitchers, according to the latest report from “Al Rojas Vivo”, which for the 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 is wrapping up the season in full swing and has ample opportunities to join Fernando Valenzuela, Teodoro Higuera and Esteban Loaiza on the short list of Mexicans with 20-win seasons in MLB. Urías (18-3, 2.99) has not lost a game since June 21 and is 5-0, 1.46 in his last seven starts. In his first season as a regular starter for the Dodgers, Urías leads MLB in wins and has 180 strikeouts in 168.1 innings.

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

Statistics 2021

The Dominican right-hander should become his next outing in just the second MLB pitcher to reach 200 innings in 2021. Alcántara (9-13, 3.05) has a 1.75 ERA and 61 strikeouts and 6 walks in 51.1 innings in his last seven outings. . On the season, he is the leader in starts (31), third in innings (194.2) and eleventh in strikeouts (189) in the National League.

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

Statistics 2021

The Dominican had consecutive starts of at least six innings to return to the route of dominance that he has had for most of the season. Peralta is 9-5 with a 2.65 ERA, 0.96 WHIP and 190 strikeouts in 139.0 innings. Due to shoulder discomfort, he was placed on the disabled list and then handled carefully by Milwaukee, limiting his workload to 31.0 innings since Aug. 10.

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

Statistics 2021

The Puerto Rican right-hander is making a difference in the AL wild-card race, just as the Blue Jays thought when they acquired him from Minnesota at the trade deadline. Berríos (12-8, 3.45 and 187 strikeouts in 180 innings in 30 starts in 2021) is 5-3 and has thrown six or more innings in seven of 10 starts with his new team, which now has control of the second Wild. Card of the young circuit.

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

Statistics 2021

The Dominican pitched seven one-hit episodes against Anaheim in his last outing, following his only poor performance (4 runs at 3.1 IL against Kansas City) in months. The right-hander is 3-1 with a 2.30 ERA in his last seven outings. On the season, Montas is 12-9 with a 3.57 ERA and 192 strikeouts in 174.0 innings and 30 starts.

REST OF THE RANKING

6- Raisel Iglesias, Los Angeles Angels (7-5, 2.63, 32 SV, 96 K, 12 BB, 65.0 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, 3.07, 115 K, 53 BB, 123.0 IL)

9- Luis Garcia, Houston Astros (11-7, 3.37, 160 K, 45 BB, 144.10 IL)

10- Emmanuel Class, Cleveland Indians (3-5, 1.39, 23 SV, 68 K, 16 BB, 64.2 IL)

eleven- Kenley jansen, Los Angeles Dodgers (2-4, 2.44, 34 SV, 76 K, 34 BB, 62.2 IL)

12- Gregory soto, Detroit Tigers (6-3, 3.06, 18 SV, 73 K, 38 BB, 61.2 IL)

13- Diego Castillo, Seattle Mariners (4-5, 2.89, 16 SV, 67 K, 16 BB, 53.0 IL)

14- Aroldis chapman, New York Yankees (5-4, 3.51, 28 SV, 89 K, 36 BB, 51.1 IL)

fifteen- German Marquez, Colorado Rockies (12-10, 4.16, 168 K, 58 BB, 171.0 IL)

16- Yusmeiro Petit, Oakland Athletics (8-2, 3.73, 36 K, 12 BB, 72.0 IL)

Note: Statistics until Monday’s game.

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