José Quintana
SP CWS
4 days ago

Quintana (4-8) pitched 6.2 scoreless innings with nine strikeouts during Thursday's win over Minnesota.

EDGE Analysis

The veteran lefty has now allowed just six runs through 24 innings over his past four starts with 24 strikeouts. His recent form is encouraging, and there's a decent chance that he's past his early-season struggles (5.60 ERA through his first 11 starts). Quintana is a prime candidate to be traded to a contender, which would probably boost his fantasy value down the stretch. Unfortunately, a difficult matchup against the Yankees is on deck for Quintana.

José Quintana
SP CWS
1 week ago

Quintana (3-8) allowed two runs on five hits and two walks while striking out five batters through seven innings during Friday's win over Toronto.

EDGE Analysis

The veteran lefty owned a career 3.41 ERA and 1.24 WHIP through 1,025.2 innings entering this season, and he left Friday's outing with 5.07 and 1.37 marks for 2017. To say it's been a disappointing campaign would be an understatement, and this was just the sixth start of the year that Quintana has allowed two runs or fewer. While he's currently difficult to trust, the potential is there, and a rebound stretch could be right around the corner. He projects to make his next start on the road against the Twins.

José Quintana
SP CWS
2 weeks ago

Quintana (2-8) allowed three runs on five hits and two walks across five innings in Sunday's loss to the Indians. He struck out three.

EDGE Analysis

Quintana did his best to cope with a dangerous lineup, but he was undone by rallies in the second and fourth innings which produced all of the runs on his ledger. He struggled to find the strike zone at times, throwing just 57 percent of his pitches for strikes, but he allowed just one extra-base hit to help minimize the damage. A pair of disastrous outings to finish the month of May contributed to Quintana's bloated 5.30 ERA and 1.41 WHIP, but looking at the larger sample he has now allowed three runs or fewer in seven of his last 10 turns. A contributing factor to his misfortune this season has been a string of difficult matchups -- a theme that will continue has he next takes the mound Friday in Toronto.

José Quintana
SP CWS
3 weeks ago

Quintana allowed one run on four hits and four walks across 5.1 innings in a no-decision Tuesday against the Rays. He struck out seven.

EDGE Analysis

On the heels of a pair of miserable outings, Quintana allowed a run on a pair of hits in the first inning but was able to settle down through the rest of his time on the mound. He struggled with his command at times as he reached four walks for the third time this season and was removed with an elevated pitch count with just one out in the sixth. Quintana didn't have a chance to pick up his third win as his team waited until the seventh to take the lead, but this performance was a step in the right direction after he had allowed a whopping 15 earned runs over his previous seven innings. His success could be partially due to some mechanical tweaks he has made of late, and he will look to build on this outing Sunday against the Indians.

José Quintana
SP CWS
3 weeks ago

Quintana, who's allowed 15 runs over his last seven innings, has been working on getting more extension as he finishes his delivery, Colleen Kane of the Chicago Tribune reports.

EDGE Analysis

White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper has noticed Quintana's fastball getting up in the zone and fastballs away to right-handers are leaking back over the plate. Cooper added that the left-hander's bullpen sessions have been good but it's not translating to game action. Quintana will be on bump Tuesday when the White Sox open a three-game set on the road against Tampa Bay.

José Quintana
SP CWS
4 weeks ago

Quintana (2-7) allowed seven runs on 10 hits while striking out four over 2.2 innings in Tuesday's 13-7 loss to the Red Sox.

EDGE Analysis

Quintana put the White Sox in a big hole early and while the offense tried to keep up, the Red Sox bats were relentless (16 hits, six home runs). The left-hander was expected to become the staff ace in 2017 and bring in a similar haul in the trade market that former ace Chris Sale did during the offseason. But those plans have gone sideways. Quintana's allowed at least four runs in five of his 11 starts and hauls around a 5.64 ERA heading into his next start which could be Sunday in Detroit or next Tuesday in Tampa.

José Quintana
SP CWS
1 month ago

Quintana allowed eight runs on eight hits and struck out seven over 4.1 innings in Wednesday's 8-6 loss to Arizona.

EDGE Analysis

Quintana looked like he was heading for a second consecutive gem, retiring the first nine Diamondbacks faced, but couldn't make it through the order a second time. The eight runs allowed were the most Quintana's given up in over two years. He had come in on a pretty good roll, posting a 2.70 ERA in previous six starts. He'll carry a 4.82 ERA into his next start expected either Monday or Tuesday at home against Boston.

José Quintana
SP CWS
1 month ago

Quintana allowed one run on one hit and one walk while striking out seven over eight innings in Friday's 2-1 extra-inning win over Seattle.

EDGE Analysis

Quintana has never been better this season nor perhaps in his career. This was the first time the left-hander's thrown one-hit ball over eight innings. He was the definition of a stopper, as his outing came at a time when White Sox starters had gone 0-8 with a 6.33 ERA over their last 12 starts. He's allowed three or fewer runs in four of his last five starts, posting a 2.38 ERA and 1.06 WHIP over 34 innings during that span. His next scheduled start is Wednesday in Arizona.

José Quintana
SP CWS
1 month ago

Quintana allowed three runs on five hits and four walks while striking out five over seven innings in Sunday's 9-3 win over the Padres.

EDGE Analysis

Quintana held San Diego scoreless through six innings while his mates gave him little support once again. The White Sox were leading 1-0 when he served up a seventh-inning, three-run home run to Hunter Renfroe, putting the left-hander in line for his sixth loss of the season. But the White Sox posted an eight-run eighth-inning, taking Quintana off the hook. It was the 60th no-decision of his career and tops in the majors since 2012. Chicago's ace is 2-1 with a 2.77 ERA over his last four starts after going 0-4 with a 6.17 ERA in his first four starts of the season.

José Quintana
SP CWS
2 months ago

Quintana's next start has been pushed to Sunday against the Padres, MLB.com's Scott Merkin reports.

EDGE Analysis

After Wednesday's rainout, all of the White Sox's starters got pushed back a day, so Quintana remains in line to face the Padres in Chicago, but will face Jered Weaver instead of Trevor Cahill. This slightly improves his chances of getting a win this weekend.