Jose Quintana
SP CWS
5 days ago

Quintana (13-11) tossed six innings of one run ball while walking three and striking out two, and was the winning pitcher in Saturday's 8-1 victory over Cleveland.

EDGE Analysis

The left-hander was able to settle in for his second win against the Indians in the past 11 days as he pitched out of two tough spots early -- giving up just one run -- while logging 53 pitches and loading the bases twice in the first two innings. With perhaps one more start in his fifth-year campaign, Quintana is on track to post his lowest ERA as it currently sits at 3.21 in 202 innings.

Jose Quintana
SP CWS
2 weeks ago

Quintana was rocked for six runs on 10 hits and three walks across just four innings Sunday versus the Royals. He struck out one as he fell to 12-11 with the loss.

EDGE Analysis

Quintana only allowed three extra-base hits Sunday, but the Royals were able to string together baserunners in the first, second and fourth innings, elevating his pitch count to the extent that he was removed from the game. The left-hander has struggled a bit over his last four outings, as he has a 6.84 ERA across 23.2 innings to raise his seasonal mark to 3.26. He will look to get back on track Saturday against the Indians.

Jose Quintana
SP CWS
2 weeks ago

Quintana (12-10) allowed one run on five hits and a walk and struck out six over eight innings in a win Tuesday night against Cleveland.

EDGE Analysis

Quintana went eight innings for the third time this season and the first time since June 11 against Kansas City. He continues to enjoy a career year, as his 3.05 ERA and 8.0 K/9 are both his best marks in his five seasons with the White Sox. He gets over shadowed in a rotation next to Chris Sale, but Quintana is putting together one of the best seasons by an American League starter this season.

Jose Quintana
SP CWS
3 weeks ago

Quintana went 6.2 innings allowing four runs on eight hits and two walks while striking out seven Wednesday in a start against the Tigers.

EDGE Analysis

Quintana received a no-decision as the White Sox rallied for four runs in the eighth to win the game 7-4. After being talked about in Cy Young contention just weeks ago, Quintana has now gone four straights starts while allowing four or more earned runs, raising his ERA to 3.13. He still has a solid 4:1 K:BB ratio, and has reached double-digit wins for the first time in his five-year career despite never posting an ERA above 3.80.

Jose Quintana
SP CWS
1 month ago

Quintana (11-10) gave up seven runs on seven hits -- including two homers -- despite striking out eight without a walk over five innings Thursday in Minnesota.

EDGE Analysis

The fifth-year lefty hurler may have been around the plate just a bit too much in this one, and the result was more earned runs than he'd allowed in his prior four starts put together. Thanks to this ugly stat line, his ERA's just back over the 3.00 mark for the first time since mid-July, but that doesn't take much of the shine off the season Quintana's delivered. He's already set a new career mark with those 11 wins and is only 20 short of his career-high 178 strikeouts, set two seasons ago.

Jose Quintana
SP CWS
1 month ago

Quintana (11-9) allowed two runs (one earned) on five hits, struck out eight and walked one over 7.2 innings in a victory over the Mariners on Saturday.

EDGE Analysis

The left-hander has yielded just three earned runs in his last 14.2 innings. During that stretch, he's struck out 14 batters. He is 11-9 with a 2.77 ERA, 1.10 WHIP and 150 strikeouts over 172.1 innings this season. HIs next start will be Thursday versus Minnesota.

Jose Quintana
SP CWS
1 month ago

Quintana (10-9) allowed two runs on eight hits and one walk while striking out six to earn the win Sunday against the Athletics.

EDGE Analysis

Quintana has fired quality starts in seven straight outings, and he boasts a 2.84 ERA to go along with a 1.12 WHIP. This is the first time in his five-year career that he's posted an ERA lower than 3.32, and the first time he's reached double-digits in wins after winning nine contests in each of the last three seasons. He'll make his next start Saturday against the Mariners.

Jose Quintana
SP CWS
1 month ago

Quintana (9-9) took a loss Tuesday despite throwing six innings of two-run ball against the first-place Indians. He allowed seven hits and two walks while striking out three.

EDGE Analysis

Quintana has had some rough luck this season, going just 9-9 despite an outstanding 2.85 ERA and 1.11 WHIP. That's mostly because he has received just 3.08 runs of support per game, the second worst run support behind only Julio Teheran among qualified pitchers. Quintana's luck actually extends beyond this season, as he has actually failed to reach 10 wins in any of his five major league seasons despite a 3.36 career ERA averaging nearly 30 starts per season. It hasn't been a lack of defense either: Quintana has allowed just one unearned run all year and averaged fewer than six per year over his career.

Jose Quintana
SP CWS
2 months ago

Quintana allowed a single run on four hits over 7.1 innings Wednesday against Kansas City, striking out five and walking one in a no-decision.

EDGE Analysis

He left the game with a 1-0 lead and a man on second, but reliever Nate Jones promptly gave up a game-tying double and the White Sox went on to lose in 14 innings. Despite the unsatisfactory conclusion to this one, it has to be chalked up as yet another excellent outing from Quintana, who's in the midst of his finest MLB season. However, there are warning signs underlying his 2.85 ERA, as he's benefited from strong luck on BABIP and strand rate despite allowing more hard contact than ever before. Look for some second-half regression, but Quintana's still a good fantasy starter -- just not quite this good.

Jose Quintana
SP CWS
2 months ago

Quintana gave up three runs on eight hits (including two homers) and one walk while striking out three over 7.1 innings in a win over the Tigers on Thursday.

EDGE Analysis

The White Sox jumped out to a 6-1 lead after two innings and Quintana cruised from there, retiring 15 of 17 batters at one point before running into a little trouble in his final two frames. He needed only 93 pitches to complete the 7.1 innings. Quintana has now earned wins in four straight decisions and has pushed his record back above .500 for the first time since the end of May.