Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
fpts/g
Fantasy Points per Game
ip
Innings Pitched
w
Wins
l
Losses
sv
Saves
so
Strikeouts
bb
Base on Balls (Walk)
era
Earned Run Average
whip
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2024 0.00 0.00
2023 14210.9 75.7 3 6 60 24 3.57 1.31
2022 341.510.7 165.7 6 7 137 47 2.93 1.21
3y Avg. 1847.4 101.3 3 5 94 35 3.82 1.34
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#115
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Inefficient in no-decision

    Quintana came away with a no-decision in the second game of Saturday's doubleheader sweep of the Phillies, giving up four runs (three earned) on seven hits over four innings. He struck out five without walking a batter. The Mets handed the veteran lefty an 8-0 lead after three innings, but Quintana stumbled in the fourth and got the hook after 96 pitches (64 strikes), failing to qualify for his fourth win of the year. He coughed up 10 runs (eight earned) in 10 innings over his final two starts of 2023, a sour ending to the campaign given the 3.02 ERA he posted in his first 11 trips to the mound after coming off the IL following the All-Star break. With one more season left on his contract at $13 million, Quintana should be locked into a rotation spot for the Mets in 2024.
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Fans 10 in Saturday's loss

    Quintana (3-6) took the loss Saturday, coughing up six runs (five earned) on eight hits as the Mets fell 7-5 to the Phillies. He struck out 10 without walking a batter. The veteran southpaw generated 33 called or swinging strikes among his 103 pitches as he struck out double-digit batters for the first time since August 2019, but Quintana got hit hard when the Phillies did make contact and also served up multiple homers for the first time this season. In 12 starts since making his belated season debut after the All-Star break, Quintana has a 3.39 ERA, 1.28 WHIP and 55:24 K:BB through 71.2 innings, numbers right in line with his 2022 resurgence. He'll take the mound one more time in 2023, at home next weekend in a rematch with the Phillies.
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Earns third win

    Quintana (3-5) struck out two batters and earned a win over the Reds on Sunday. He allowed two runs on eight hits and a walk over 6.2 frames. Quintana coughed up a run in the first inning but held the Reds in check until Nick Senzel knocked a solo shot in the fifth. Quintana has allowed two or fewer runs in four straight starts and seven of his last eight. During that eight-start stretch, he's posted a 2.81 ERA, lowering his season mark to 3.02 through 65.2 frames. Quintana's next outing is currently projected to be in Philadelphia.
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Sharp in no-decision

    Quintana did not factor into the decision Monday, allowing two runs on five hits and two walks over five innings against Arizona. He struck out four. Quintana is still 2-5 on the season despite allowing two runs or fewer in seven of his 10 starts this season. Overall, the veteran southpaw sports a 3.05 ERA with a 1.27 WHIP and 43:23 K:BB across 59 innings. Quintana's currently lined up for a home matchup with the Reds in his next outing.
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Possible waiver wire pickups

    In a season defined by inconsistent pitching performances up and down the rankings, you'd think Quintana would have more admirers. Only one of his nine starts since returning from a rib injury has been anything in the vicinity of bad, and seven of his past eight have been the textbook definition of quality. And this is coming from a guy who had a 2.93 ERA last year. It's true he went squishy for several years before then, but he was basically must-start during his first five seasons with the White Sox. And a closer look reveals that the bad years coincided with the juiced ball era, during which he averaged 1.2 HR/9. In the five years before then, he averaged 0.8 HR/9. In the two years since, he's averaged 0.4 HR/9. Doesn't seem like a coincidence, does it? With him lined up for two starts next week, it's time to put that theory to the test.
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Sharp in second win

    Quintana (2-5) picked up the win Tuesday, allowing one run on four hits and a walk over seven innings in an 11-5 victory over the Nationals. He struck out four. The veteran southpaw gave up back-to-back hits to lead off the game, with Jacob Young crossing the plate after his double, but Quintana slammed the door on the Nats the rest of the way and didn't let another runner even get into scoring position. The 34-year-old has been impressive since making his season debut in late July after recovering from surgery this spring to repair a stress fracture in his ribcage, delivering quality starts in seven of his last eight outings. Quintana is next set to take the mound early next week in a home series against the Diamondbacks.
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Settles for quality start Tuesday

    Quintana came away with a no-decision in Tuesday's 2-1 loss to the Rangers, allowing three hits and three walks over six scoreless innings. He struck out five. In a battle of veteran southpaws, Quintana and Andrew Heaney traded goose eggs before finally turning things over to the bullpens, with all the offense coming in the seventh inning and later. It was a strong bounce-back effort for Quintana, who had reeled off five straight quality starts before stumbling in Atlanta in his last outing. Since making his season debut after the All-Star break, the 34-year-old has a 3.26 ERA, 1.34 WHIP and 35:20 K:BB through 47 innings, giving him streaming appeal heading into his next start, which is likely to come on the road next week against the Nationals.
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Struggles in loss

    Quintana (1-5) allowed five runs on nine hits and three walks while striking out five over 5.1 innings to take the loss Wednesday versus Atlanta. Quintana failed to complete six innings for the first time since his season debut July 20 versus the White Sox. Atlanta is the first team he's faced multiple times this year, but he couldn't replicate the success of allowing one run over six innings on Aug. 12. Quintana is now at a 3.73 ERA, 1.39 WHIP and 30:17 K:BB through 41 innings across seven starts this season. He's tentatively projected for a home start versus the Rangers next week.
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Strikes out five for first win

    Quintana (1-4) earned the win Thursday, allowing two runs on three hits and four walks over six innings against the Cardinals. He struck out five. Quintana was highly effective, going 1-2-3 through each of the first three innings and hurling six scoreless frames before finally surrendering a solo home run to Tyler O'Neill to open the seventh. It was the first home run allowed by the left-hander in six starts this season, while he's also allowed two earned runs or fewer in five of those six outings. On the down side, Quintana's also issued at least two walks in all but one start.
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Another strong outing wasted

    Quintana (0-4) took the loss in the second game of Saturday's doubleheader against Atlanta, allowing one run on four hits and three walks over six innings. He struck out four. The southpaw continues to pitch very well -- he's delivered four straight quality starts after being limited to only five innings in his season debut July 20 -- and continues to have little to show for it due to a lack of run support, as the Mets have been shut out in his last two outings. Quintana will take a 3.03 ERA, 1.28 WHIP and 20:10 K:BB through 29.2 innings into his next start, likely to come next week in St. Louis.
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Quality start not enough

    Quintana (0-3) took the loss Sunday, allowing two runs on six hits and two walks over six innings in a 2-0 loss to the Orioles. He struck out six. It was another tough-luck loss for Quintana, who put together his third consecutive quality start. In four starts since making his season debut following rib surgery, the 34-year-old Quintana has shown that he's still an effective pitcher with a 3.42 ERA and 1.31 WHIP. However, as long as the Mets continue to flounder, wins are going to be tough to attain for the 13-year vet.
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Nabs another quality start

    Quintana did not factor into the decision Tuesday, allowing three runs on six hits and two walks over 6.2 innings against the Royals. He struck out two. Quintana corralled a second consecutive quality start and pushed past the sixth inning for the first time in 2023. Though Quintana has yet to pick up a tally in the win column, he owns a 3.57 ERA and a 10:3 K:BB through his first three turns and lines up for a road turn against the Orioles for his next start.
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Pitches well in loss

    Quintana (0-2) took the loss against the Yankees on Wednesday, allowing three runs (two earned) on six hits and three walks while striking out five batters over six innings. Quintana made his second start of the campaign and went one more inning than in his season debut against the White Sox on July 20, when he allowed two runs over five frames. The left-hander picked up a quality start against the Yankees but got inadequate run support to drop to 0-2. Quintana worked up to 94 pitches Wednesday, so he appears to already be capable of managing a nearly full workload. Despite taking a loss in each of his first two outings, he's been fine with a 3.27 ERA and 1.36 WHIP.
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Falls in season debut

    Quintana (0-1) took the loss Thursday, allowing two runs on six hits over five innings against the White Sox. He struck out three. Quintana was able to settle in after allowing runs in both the first and second innings, holding the White Sox off the board over his final three frames. However, the Mets couldn't overcome the early deficit, sticking Quintana with a loss in his first start since undergoing rib surgery in March. The 34-year-old left-hander had an impressive bounce-back campaign last year, where he went 6-7 with a 2.93 ERA, 1.21 WHIP and 137:47 K:BB in 32 starts between Pittsburgh and St. Louis. Quintana's next start is tentatively scheduled for next week against the Yankees.
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Team debut pushed to Thursday

    Quintana is now slated to start Thursday's game against the White Sox at Citi Field, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. When he was reinstated from the 60-day injured list this past Friday, Quintana had been in line to start Tuesday's series opener with the White Sox, but he'll instead make his Mets debut two days later after the organization's brain trust decided he could benefit from some additional rest. Quintana built up to 4.1 innings and 78 pitches in his fifth and final minor-league rehab start July 8, so he's not expected to face any major limitations from a workload standpoint when he takes the hill Thursday. The veteran southpaw is coming off a resurgent 2022 campaign split between the Cardinals and Pirates in which he posted a 2.93 ERA and 1.21 WHIP in 165.2 innings.
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Set to debut versus former team

    Quintana (rib), whom the Mets activated from the 60-day injured list Friday, is listed as the team's probable starter for Tuesday's game against the White Sox. Unless Max Scherzer's lingering neck issue prevents him from starting Sunday's series finale against the Dodgers and Quintana is pressed into action this weekend, the southpaw is slated to make his team debut against one of his former teams in the White Sox. The 34-year-old enjoyed a career renaissance between stops with the Pirates and Cardinals in 2022, pitching to a 2.93 ERA and 1.21 WHIP over 32 starts. Most of Quintana's underlying ratios (4.02 SIERA, 3.86 xERA, 13.3 K-BB%) painted a less rosy picture of his performance, but even a small step back in 2023 would still make him a serviceable back-end rotation arm for the Mets. Quintana built up to 4.1 innings and 78 pitches in his most recent rehab start July 8 for Triple-A Syracuse, so he's not expected to face any major workload restrictions Tuesday.
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Brought back from injured list

    The Mets activated Quintana (rib) from the 60-day injured list Friday, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports. Quintana reached the 30-day limit on his rehab assignment, so his activation was merely a formality. While the Mets haven't yet announced when the left-hander will make his team debut, he'll likely make a start next week during the team's two-game home series with the White Sox. The veteran left-hander has been out all season following surgery in March on his rib cage. Quintana held a 4.60 ERA and 16:8 K:BB over 15.2 innings covering five minor-league rehab appearances.
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Struggles while pitching sick

    Quintana (ribs) pitched with flu-like symptoms in his rehab start Saturday for Triple-A Syracuse, SNY reports. This rehab start was supposed to come Friday, and Quintana was still under the weather with an extra day of rest, according to manager Buck Showalter. According to Michael Mayer of MetsmerizedOnline.com, Quintana's average fastball velocity was 89.6 mph as he gave up five earned runs on four hits and three walks while striking out five in 4.1 innings. He did have 15 swinging strikes in the outing, and the decreased velocity (91.2 mph average in 2022) could be explained by his illness. It's unclear when Quintana will be inserted into the big-league rotation, but he is built up enough from a workload standpoint after going four or more frames in two of his last three outings.
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Another rehab start Friday

    Quintana (ribs) is scheduled to make another rehab start Friday with Triple-A Syracuse, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. Quintana will aim to get up to around 75-80 pitches after topping out at 64 pitches (33 strikes) over just 2.2 innings last week at Syracuse. Recovered from March surgery on his rib cage, the 34-year-old left-hander seems likely to make his Mets debut shortly after the All-Star break.
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Shaky control in rehab start

    Quintana (ribs) gave up two runs on four hits and three walks over 2.2 innings while striking out two in a rehab start for Triple-A Syracuse on Friday. The left-hander got stretched out to 64 pitches, but only 33 of them were strikes and he got taken deep by career minor-league Jamie Westbrook. The shaky outing probably ends any chance Quintana had of joining the Mets' rotation before the All-Star break, but if David Peterson struggles badly in his start Sunday against the Giants, the Mets could have a tough decision to make the following weekend. More likely, Quintana gets activated from the injured list and makes his season debut after the break.
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