Jose Quintana
SP CWS
1 day ago

Quintana (8-8) fired 6.2 scoreless innings on three hits and one walk while striking out four, but received no decision Sunday against the Tigers.

EDGE Analysis

Quintana was staked to a four-run lead in the second inning, and he silenced the Tigers bats until being lifted from the contest after 117 pitches. Unfortunately, David Robertson blew a three-run lead in the ninth inning to keep the lefty from earning his ninth win of the year. He's now held opponents to one or fewer runs in three of his last four starts to lower his ERA to 2.97. He'll make his next start Friday at the Twins.

Jose Quintana
SP CWS
6 days ago

Quintana (8-8) allowed one run on six hits and three walks with seven strikeouts over six innings in a win Tuesday against Seattle.

EDGE Analysis

The only run Quintana allowed came on a solo home run, which marks the 10th home run he has allowed in just his past seven starts. While that's a disconcerting statistic, he has also struck out 45 batters in 51.2 innings in that span. Quintana has a 3.13 ERA in large part because of that strikeout ability -- his current 8.2 K/9 is the highest of his career.

Jose Quintana
SP CWS
2 weeks ago

Quintana allowed four runs on five hits and one walk while striking out five over six innings to earn the win Saturday against the Braves.

EDGE Analysis

Quintana (7-8) gave up three homers, but the White Sox offense provided him with five runs of support to help him earn his seventh win of the season. Despite a strong first half, he's now allowed at least four runs in three of his last four outings to raise his ERA to 3.21 on the year. He'll make his next start after the All-Star break.

Jose Quintana
SP CWS
3 weeks ago

Quintana (6-8) allowed one run on two hits and two walks while striking out four over seven innings to earn the win Sunday at the Astros.

EDGE Analysis

Quintana gave up a solo homer to George Springer to lead off the Astros half of the first inning before shutting them down completely. He finally got some run support from the White Sox offense to break a personal seven-game losing streak, and he now has a 3.06 ERA along with a 1.12 WHIP on the year. He'll make his next start Saturday against the Braves.

Jose Quintana
SP CWS
4 weeks ago

Quintana (5-8) lost his seventh straight decision Tuesday against the Twins. He pitched seven innings, allowing four runs, six hits and one walk while striking out eight.

EDGE Analysis

On paper, Tuesday appeared like the night Quintana would turn it around. However, Twins second baseman Brian Dozier had a different plan and crushed two homers off the 27-year-old, a solo shot off a fastball in the second and a three-run drive off a curveball in the sixth. After allowing just two home runs in his first 12 starts, the left-hander has now dealt six of them over his last four outings. The damage inflated Quintana's ERA to a season-high 3.18.

Jose Quintana
SP CWS
1 month ago

Quintana put a slew of men on base Wednesday in Boston, as he allowed eight hits and six walks in 5.1 innings, resulting in six runs on his ledger. He struck out just one and didn't factor into the decision.

EDGE Analysis

Fortunately for the lefty, his offense pulled this one out against the Red Sox bullpen. following what was certainly his worst start of the season. This was wholly unlike the Quintana we've been seeing, as Wednesday represents only the third time in 15 starts that he's allowed more than three runs. It's also the first time all year that he's had more walks than strikeouts -- you certainly don't expect a one-strikeout, six-walk performance from a guy who comes into the game with an 87:18 K:BB. Give the guy a mulligan on this one and look forward to a rebound when he draws the much lighter-hitting Twins on Tuesday.

Jose Quintana
SP CWS
1 month ago

Quintana didn't factor the decision against the Indians on Friday, surrendering seven hits, two earned runs and a walk over 7.2 innings. He struck out six.

EDGE Analysis

The southpaw turned in yet another strong effort, and once again was undermined by a lack of run support. Quintana didn't surrender any homers after uncharacteristically yielding three round-trippers in his previous start, notching his fourth quality start over his last five trips to the mound in the process. He did surrender a go-ahead double to Jason Kipnis in the eighth, but was bailed out of a potential seventh straight loss when Avisail Garcia hit a game-tying double in the top of the ninth. He'll look to finally get back into the win column next Wednesday versus the Red Sox.

Jose Quintana
SP CWS
1 month ago

Quintana (5-7) managed to strike out 10 Royals over eight innings, but surrendered six hits--three of them solo homers--in Saturday's 4-1 loss.

EDGE Analysis

Despite putting on a solid showing almost any time he takes the mound, the 27-year-old has now dropped six straight decisions. He uncharacteristically was done in by the long ball on a day when the bats seemed to have some extra pop in the Windy City, as the three homers he surrendered were the most he'd given up in any start this season. Quintana was otherwise typically sharp, throwing 77 of 109 pitches for strikes, and inducing 13 swings-and-misses. The 10 whiffs also equaled a season best, and despite the defeat, his ERA remains a very strong 2.66. Tellingly, the southpaw has only received a combined eight runs of support over his aforementioned six-start losing streak, a trend he hopes will finally be reversed when faces off against the Indians next Friday.

Jose Quintana
SP CWS
2 months ago

Quintana (5-6) took the loss against the Tigers on Sunday, allowing five runs on nine hits and three walks over 4.2 innings while striking out four.

EDGE Analysis

It as his shortest outing of the season, and Quintana's ERA spiked by nearly half a run as he had trouble finding the zone all day, throwing just 57 of his 103 pitches for strikes. Despite his generally strong performance this year, he's now lost five straight starts due to the lack of run support he's been getting from the White Sox, a familiar refrain throughout his career. He'll try to get back in the win column at home against the Royals on Saturday.

Jose Quintana
SP CWS
2 months ago

Quintana took the loss Monday against the Mets despite striking out seven while holding the Mets to one run on six hits over seven innings.

EDGE Analysis

Matt Harvey was slightly better, with seven scoreless frames of his own. Quintana continues to impress in 2016, and he now boasts a 67:14 K:BB in 72 innings. Entering Monday's start, Quintana ranked fifth among qualified starters in WAR (6.2) over the past calendar year, while his 2.69 ERA during that span is backed by a 2.81 FIP. He'll face a righty-heavy Tigers lineup in Detroit on Sunday in his next scheduled start.