A lot has changed for the LA Angels’ starting rotation since Jose Quintana hit the injured list on May 31. After months of underperforming, the group is finally starting to figure things out and the results have mostly been exceptional. However, with Quintana set to begin his rehab assignment soon...
Quintana (shoulder) threw another bullpen session Monday and will toss a simulated game at Angel Stadium this weekend, MLB.com reports. The southpaw has been on the shelf since May 31 due to left shoulder inflammation, but his bullpen session reportedly went well, and he is now ready to take the next step in his recovery. If his sim game over the weekend goes well, Quintana is likely to then head out on a minor-league rehab assignment before rejoining the Angels.
Quintana (shoulder) tossed a bullpen session Monday and could be activated by the end of the week, the Associated Press reports. The left-hander's bullpen went well, so there is optimism that he could return to the big club soon. Prior to going on the injured list May 31, Quintana had compiled a 3.78 ERA and 11.9 K/9 over his previous 16.2 innings, thus he will likely have a spot in the rotation waiting for him. That said, the veteran also registered a less-promising 1.62 ERA and 6.5 BB/9in the four-start stretch, so he remains a risky play in fantasy.
Quintana (shoulder) has been throwing from 90 feet recently, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports. Quintana was diagnosed with left shoulder inflammation after he underwent an MRI recently, but he's resumed a throwing program. A timetable for the left-hander's return hasn't yet been established, but Patrick Sandoval will take his place in the starting rotation.
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The injuries just keep coming, this time to the Angels’ starting rotation. On Monday, the Angels placed starter Jose Quintana on the 10-day IL with left shoulder inflammation. In the move, they recalled José Quijada from Triple-A Salt Lake. Quintana only threw three innings yesterday before he was pulled. This...
The Los Angeles Angels placed Jose Quintana on the injured list Monday with left shoulder inflammation and recalled fellow left-hander
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The Angels announced that left-hander Jose Quintana has been placed on the 10-day injured list due to shoulder inflammation. Southpaw Jose Quijada will take Quintana’s spot on the active roster. Quintana threw three innings in a start yesterday before being removed from the game due to inflammation in his throwing...
The Los Angeles Angels provided an update on Jose Quintana after he left his start early on Sunday. Quintana made it through just three innings of his start against the Oakland Athletics before he was removed with left shoulder discomfort, as reported by Rhett Bollinger. https://twitter.com/RhettBollinger/status/1399149728923746304. It’s been a down...
The Angels placed Quintana (shoulder) on the 10-day injured list Monday. While Quintana's inflamed left shoulder relegates him to the shelf, manager Joe Maddon said Patrick Sandoval is the most likely candidate to fill the lefty's spot in the six-man rotation, according to Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register. Though Quintana has posted a career-best 13.4 K/9 over his nine starts, his command and control has disappeared in his age-32 campaign. Quintana sits on a 7.22 ERA, 1.93 WHIP and 7.0 BB/9 through 33.2 innings.
LA Angels starting pitcher Jose Quintana is back on the mound this afternoon. This is Jose Quintana‘s first start for the LA Angels since May 21st. That start was against the Oakland A’s, who he’ll take the mound against today. That start didn’t go very well for Quintana. He gave...
The Los Angeles Angels placed Jose Quintana on the injured list Monday with left shoulder inflammation and recalled fellow left-hander Jose Quijada from Triple-A Salt Lake. Quintana, 32, was 0-3 with a 7.22 ERA in his first nine starts as a member of the Angels. He worked three innings Sunday against the Oakland Athletics, allowing two runs while recording five strikeouts before leaving the game with shoulder soreness.
Quintana was removed from Sunday's start against the Athletics due to shoulder discomfort, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. Quintana only lasted three innings Sunday, and he allowed two unearned runs on two hits and four walks while striking out five. Manager Joe Maddon said after the game that Quintana will be examined to determine the extent of the issue. Quintana tentatively lines up to make his next start at home against the Mariners on Sunday, but it's not yet clear whether he'll be able to pitch.
Quintana allowed three earned runs on six hits and three walks while striking out four over 5.1 innings in Friday's loss to the Athletics. He did not factor into the decision. Quintana surrendered a third inning home run to Mark Canha. In addition, he allowed three doubles. The 32-year-old has struggled this season, posting a career-worst 7.92 ERA and a 1.92 WHIP in 30.2 innings. He has failed to post a scoreless outing or go deeper than five innings. Quintana has a 13.2 K/9, but his .410 BABIP reflects both bad luck and the hard contact he's giving up.
José Quintana is pitching in his tenth season in the Majors this season, each one not much different than the last. From his rookie season till the end of 2019, the southpaw was as reliable as they come, starting 30 games with a mid-3’s ERA, striking out roughly 20% of batters and walking 6% of them. While the subsequent seasons with the Cubs were not quite the same as those with the White Sox, it was still dependable enough where Quintana would seemingly be someone the North Siders would like to have back once he became a free agent at the end of last season. That was not the case, as Quintana found himself signing a one-year deal with the Los Angeles Angels.
Quintana allowed one run on two hits and five walks while striking out six across four innings in the Angels' win over the Dodgers on Sunday. He did not factor into the decision. Quintana's only run allowed came on a Chris Taylor RBI-single in the second inning. The 32-year-old is...
The starting rotation for the Angels (13-14) has struggled for the most part this season. It’s not the first time in recent years and the trend has continued into 2021. Among the biggest culprits of the issues has been Jose Quintana, but manager Joe Maddon is not giving up on the lefty.