Your input signal is 10 volts peak, or 20 volts p-p.
Your supply for the amplifier is 10 volts.
The gain is about 2.
10 volts in 20 volts out peak with only a 10 volts supply.
Change the input signal to 1 volt pk and see what happens.
1V in pk, 2V p-p in
output = 2V pk or 4V p-p.
The DC model shows almost 0 volts across the transistor, C to E.
You need to change the bias point.
Cut R2 in half. (2200 approximately). You need voltage across C to E.