Andika Arlistianto

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Andika Arlistianto

  • Bats Right, Throws Right
  • Height 5' 8", Weight 163 lb.

Biographical Information[edit]

Andika Arlistianto has pitched for the Indonesian national team.

He won Silver with Indonesia in the 2011 Southeast Asian Games, teaming with Donny Trisnadi in a no-hitter against Malaysia. [1] He was 1-0 with 3 shutout innings in the 2018 East Asian Baseball Cup, beating Singapore. [2] He pitched three games in the 2018 Asian Games; after sitting out their first two games, he worked the last three. Against Bronze Medal winner Taiwan, he relieved Chindy Patria Yudharana with one out in the 1st, a 4-0 deficit and the bases loaded. He gave up a 2-run double to Chen-Fei Lin but escaped the inning without further harm and wound up going 5 innings, allowing 4 runs on 4 hits and 4 walks before Rawafi Yaputra Yanto Rozali relieved. He was clearly the ace for Indonesia in a 15-0, 7-inning mercy rule loss; the rest of the staff gave up 11 runs in 2 innings. Against Pakistan, he relieved Gunawan Pandu Khallista with one out in the 6th, a 6-2 deficit and two on. He gave up a two-run single to Umair Imdad Bhatti but retired two of the next three to end the inning. In the 7th, he allowed a Jawad Ali single then retired Muhammad Rafi, Arsalan Jamashaid and Muhammad Sumair Zawar in order. He walked Faqir Hussain to open the 8th and Hussain stole; Arlistianto retired Bhatti but Muhammad Zakir singled in a run. Hadi Nur Muhammad then relieved. In their last game, against Thailand, he relieved Muhammad in the 5th with two outs and a 11-5 lead. He got Sanyalak Pipatpinyo on a fly. In the 6th, he allowed singles to Joseph Daru and John Daru, struck out Chayaphat Suanthong and gave up a sacrifice fly to Naruephol Muangkasem. A throwing error on a steal attempt made it 11-7 then Arlistianto retired Sarawut Jandang to end the frame. Indonesia got one run back in the bottom of the 6th then Rozali relieved. Indonesia wound up winning, 12-11, and Arlistianto got credit for their first win in an Asian Games. For the event, his 6.48 ERA was second on the team, .80 behind Muhammad. [3]

Arlistianto won Bronze in the 2019 Southeast Asian Games. [4]


  1. Baseball Federation of Japan
  2. 2018 East Asian Baseball Cup site
  3., 2018 Asian Games Final Report, Asian Baseball Federation
  4. 2019 Southeast Asian Games