Jose Quintana
SP CWS
4 days ago

Quintana threw 81 pitches over six innings in a minor league game Saturday, Dan Hayes of CSN Chicago reports.

EDGE Analysis

Quintana has resumed his throwing program following a brief stint with Team Colombia in the World Baseball Classic. He'll get two more spring starts and is on schedule to start the White Sox's home opener Apr. 3 against the Tigers.

Jose Quintana
SP CWS
1 week ago

Quintana, whose Team Columbia was eliminated from the World Baseball Classic, has returned to the White Sox's training camp, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

EDGE Analysis

White Sox manager Rick Renteria told Paul Skrbina of the Chicago Tribune that he expects Quintana to be on a normal routine but the pitcher and pitching coach Don Cooper will work out a plan to get him ready for the regular season. The left-hander is expected to start the season as Chicago's No. 1 starter.

Jose Quintana
SP CWS
2 weeks ago

Quintana allowed just one run on one hit and one walk with four strikeouts over 5.2 innings but was left with a no-decision Friday against the United States in the World Baseball Classic.

EDGE Analysis

Quintana was efficient, as he needed just 63 pitches (49 strikes) to record 17 outs. He used the gigantic outfield in Marlins Park brilliantly to induce eight fly ball outs. Keeping a lineup as powerful as this American lineup with a home run is impressive no matter how big the outfield is, though, and Quintana looks like he's in great form to continue what has been consistently excellent performance for the White Sox over the past four seasons.

Jose Quintana
SP CWS
2 weeks ago

Quintana will be the starting pitcher for Colombia's World Baseball Classic opener versus Team USA, Daniel Kramer of MLB.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

The left-hander will toe the rubber opposite American right-hander Chris Archer in Miami. Quintana had a breakout year in 2016, amassing 11 wins thanks to a 3.20 ERA, and he'll look to carry that strong performance onto the global stage as he works to help Colombia advance to the second round in their first ever WBC appearance.

Jose Quintana
SP CWS
3 weeks ago

Quintana threw 50 pitches in a simulated game Friday and then threw ten more in the bullpen afterwards.

EDGE Analysis

The White Sox are taking it easy on Quintana as he prepares to represent Colombia in the World Baseball Classic next week. The southpaw is entering his sixth major league season with the White Sox after receiving his first All-Star nod last year.

Jose Quintana
SP CWS
3 weeks ago

Quintana is set to throw a simulated game Friday, Scott Merkin of MLB.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

The consistent southpaw is set to compete for Colombia in the World Baseball Classic next week, so Chicago is taking it easy with him. Barring any bad spring happenings, Quintana should settle in on mixed-league draft day as a capable second fantasy starting pitcher.

Jose Quintana
SP CWS
4 weeks ago

Quintana will make his spring debut Sunday when he starts against the Rockies in Glendale (Ariz.), Scott Merkin of the White Sox's official site reports.

EDGE Analysis

Quintana will make the first of two Cactus League starts for Chicago before he departs Arizona on Mar. 6 to compete in the World Baseball Classic for Team Columbia.

Jose Quintana
SP CWS
2 months ago

Quintana attended Friday's opening day of SoxFest, the White Sox unofficial kickoff to the season, before returning to Colombia on Saturday to prepare for the World Baseball Classic.

EDGE Analysis

Several White Sox players and prospects are attending the three-day event, including Quintana, whose name has popped up in trade rumors during the offseason. After general manager Rick Hahn traded away Adam Eaton and Chris Sale -- essentially broadcasting the organization's desire to rebuild -- there has been much speculation about Quintana heading to another city. Hahn maintains he'll continue to explore ways to improve the team, but will wait until there is an appropriate return. In the meantime, he doesn't expect the uncertainty to bother Quintana.

Jose Quintana
SP CWS
6 months 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
6 months 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.