|2014 Season (CBSSports.com)||210.00||13.00||11.00||0.00||3.69||1.22||177.00||61.00|
|Games Played By Position|
|vs Minnesota|| 13.0||0||0|| 2.77||0||4||14|
|vs LHB|| 36.2||0||0|| 4.42||0||12||36|
|vs RHB|| 94.2||0||0|| 2.66||0||26||82|
|07/25/2014||Mark Melancon, RP PIT|
Charlie Morton, SP PIT
Rick Porcello, SP DET
Jose Quintana, SP CHW
Ian Kennedy, SP SD
|Aaron Harang, SP ATL|
Joe Smith, RP LAA
Roenis Elias, SP SEA
Kris Bryant, 3B CHC
|07/25/2014||Jake Peavy, SP BOS|
Tim Hudson, SP SF
Jose Quintana, SP CHW
Miguel Cabrera, 1B DET
|Shelby Miller, SP STL|
Mike Montgomery, SP TB
Noah Syndergaard, SP NYM
Starling Marte, LF PIT
Joey Votto, 1B CIN
Trevor Bauer, SP CLE
Patrick Corbin, SP ARI
|07/25/2014||Jose Quintana, SP CHW||James Shields, SP KC|
|Last 10 Games|
|Jose Quintana good, but not good enough for Wednesday win |
|by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com|
(7/23/14) White Sox left-hander Jose Quintana pitched well enough to win Wednesday against Kansas City - but he didn't, thanks to a meager offense.
Quintana yielded only one run on seven hits in seven innings with two walks and three strikeouts. His outing was marred only by an Eric Hosmer sacrifice fly in the first inning that came after a Lorenzo Cain double.
His next start is scheduled for Tuesday night at Detroit.
|Jose Quintana receives another no decision |
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
(7/18/14) White Sox pitcher Jose Quintana picked up another no decision Friday against the Astros.
Quintana was solid during his start, allowing two runs on three hits over five innings. He struck out eight and walked two. Both runs against Quintana came in the second inning. After a Matt Dominguez single, Quintana allowed another hit to Jon Singleton. Dominguez came around to score after outfielder Dayan Viciedo misplayed the ball. Robbie Grossman then drove in the second run on a groundout.
The White Sox were able to mount a comeback once Quintana exited, giving him the no decision. His next start will come against the Royals.
|White Sox announce post-break rotation |
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
(7/16/14) The White Sox have announced their post-break rotation for the series against the Astros, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.
The club will open with Jose Quintana on Friday. That move had already been announced, and shouldn't come as a surprise. Hector Noesi will pick up Saturday's start, while John Danks is slotted for Sunday.
The team waited to plan out the rotation behind Quintana in order to see whether Chris Sale pitched in the All-Star Game. In order to give him some extra rest, the club will push his first start to next week.
|Jose Quintana to start second half for White Sox |
|by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com|
(7/13/14) Jose Quintana will get the start Friday as the White Sox open the second half against the Astros, reports CSNChicago.com. After that, it's unclear what the rotation will be.
Manager Robin Ventura said he'll wait to see what Chris Sale does in the All-Star Game before lining up the rest of the rotation, which includes John Danks, Hector Noesi and Scott Carroll. Ventura said he might break up Noesi and Carroll because they have pitched in consecutive starts three straight times.
|Jose Quintana stays sharp in no-decision vs. Boston |
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
(7/10/14) White Sox pitcher Jose Quintana turned in a quality start but was forced to settle for a no-decision in his final start before the All-Star break Thursday afternoon against the Red Sox in Boston.
Quintana tossed seven innings and allowed only three earned runs on two hits, with two walks and seven strikeouts. Of his 111 pitches, 71 were strikes. Over his last three starts covering 21 2/3 innings, Quintana has allowed only three earned runs.
Quintana owns a 3.24 ERA, a 1.20 WHIP and 107:34 K:BB ratio over 19 starts (119 1/3 innings). It remains to be seen when the left-hander will make his next start after the break.
|After establishing himself in the White Sox rotation during his 2012 rookie season, Jose Quintana turned in a solid sophomore effort, settling in as the team's No. 2 starter behind Chris Sale. As in his prior major and minor league seasons, Quintana displayed solid control, and even though he wasn't the most efficient of pitchers, he logged 200 innings. While the 24-year-old is not exactly a flamethrower, he did increase his fastball velocity, and he also got more swings-and-misses (10 percent whiff rate) and a higher strikeout rate (7.4 K/9). That helped Quintana to lower his ERA to 3.51 and his WHIP to 1.22 -- numbers that made Quintana more relevant in standard mixed leagues, especially in his two-start weeks. Because he is still just average as a strikeout pitcher and isn't extreme in his ability to limit walks or extra-base hits, Quintana can be bypassed in standard mixed league drafts, though he will still be worth streaming in those formats. In deeper mixed leagues and AL-only formats, Quintana should be a reliable part of Fantasy rotations.
(Updated 1/9/14) |
|Upcoming 7 Games|
|7/26/14||@ MIN||7:10 pm||Logan Darnell|
|7/27/14||@ MIN||2:10 pm||Yohan Pino|
|7/29/14||@ DET||7:08 pm||Anibal Sanchez|
|7/30/14||@ DET||7:08 pm||Max Scherzer|
|7/31/14||@ DET||1:08 pm||Drew Smyly|
|8/1/14||MIN||8:10 pm||Yohan Pino|
|8/2/14||MIN||7:10 pm||Yohan Pino|
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