|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 LHB|| 4.1||0||0|| 2.08||0||2||6|
|vs RHB|| 14.2||0||0|| 2.45||0||5||12|
|04/19/2014||Jose Quintana, SP CHW|
Aramis Ramirez, 3B MIL
Carlos Gonzalez, LF COL
|Martin Prado, 3B ARI|
Zack Greinke, SP LAD
Adam Jones, CF BAL
|04/19/2014||Ryan Zimmerman, 3B WAS|
Michael Wacha, SP STL
|Evan Longoria, 3B TB|
Jose Quintana, SP CHW
|04/18/2014||Jose Quintana, SP CHW|
Ryan Cook, RP OAK
|Jarred Cosart, SP HOU|
|Last 10 Games|
|Jose Quintana stays dominant in no-decision |
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
(4/13/14) White Sox pitcher Jose Quintana put together a dominant outing on Sunday, but was forced to settle for a no-decision in his team's 4-3 win over the Indians. The right-hander permitted one run on five hits and two walks while striking out six over six innings pitched.
Quintana lowered his ERA from 2.77 to 2.37 following Sunday's start. He's posted a 1.16 WHIP along with 18:7 K:BB ratio over 19 innings pitched. He'll make his next start Saturday on the road against Texas.
|Jose Quintana allows two runs in seven innings in win Tuesday |
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
(4/9/14) White Sox pitcher Jose Quintana gave up just two earned runs on five hits and two walks in seven innings while striking out four in his team's 15-3 win over the Rockies Tuesday.
The White Sox offense came to play in the thin air of Colorado, scoring 11 runs in the final three innings. Quintana (1-0) owns a 2.77 ERA and 12:5 K:BB ratio in 13 innings. He's slated to take on the Indians Sunday.
|Bad luck leads to no-decision for Jose Quintana |
|by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com|
(4/3/14) White Sox starter Jose Quintana was the victim of bad luck in two ways as he made his first start of the season Thursday against Minnesota.
Quintana was plagued by an error by first baseman Jose Abreu in the third inning that resulted in three unearned runs. And he was plagued by a bad bullpen, which threw away the 8-5 lead he left with after six innings.
The left-hander gave up two earned runs on five hits with three walks and eight strikeouts.
|White Sox set rotation order |
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
(3/25/14) White Sox manager Robin Ventura laid out his plans for the rotation Tuesday, with ace Chris Sale taking the hill for Monday's opener, ESPN.com reports.
Sale will be followed by Felipe Paulino, with Jose Quintana set to pitch the third game of the season. Erik Johnson will start the fourth game, and John Danks will serve as the team's No. 5 starter. "You are breaking up the lefties but also the righties in there," Ventura said Tuesday. "You feel solid with that. I think Johnny could be anywhere in there, right behind Chris. I feel good."
|Jose Quintana lands five-year contract extension |
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
(3/24/14) The White Sox announced Monday they agreed to terms on a five-year contract with starting pitcher Jose Quintana, which includes two club options.
If Quintana is eligible for arbitration following the 2014 season, the total guaranteed dollars would be $26.5 million. If Quintana is not eligible for arbitration after the 2014 season, the total guaranteed dollars would be $21 million. The White Sox would hold options for 2019 at $10.5 million and for 2020 at $11.5 million. If either option is declined, Quintana would receive a $1-million buyout.
"Jose quickly has established himself as a quality major-league starting pitcher, and along with Chris Sale, we expect him to be an important piece of our rotation for the foreseeable future," said Rick Hahn, White Sox senior vice president/general manager. "Jose brings a tremendous work ethic and professionalism to his approach, and he is well respected by his teammates, so we are excited to be able to reward him for what he has accomplished thus far in his career and possibly keep him in a White Sox uniform for the next seven seasons."
|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|
|4/19/14||@ TEX||8:05 pm||Colby Lewis|
|4/20/14||@ TEX||3:05 pm||Robbie Ross|
|4/21/14||@ DET||7:08 pm||Anibal Sanchez|
|4/22/14||@ DET||7:08 pm||Justin Verlander|
|4/23/14||@ DET||7:08 pm||Drew Smyly|
|4/24/14||@ DET||1:08 pm||Max Scherzer|
|4/25/14||TB||8:10 pm||Chris Archer|
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