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May 22, 2024 6.0 1 4 5.13 15
May 16, 2024 5.1 1 4 5.21 11
May 10, 2024 5.0 1 4 5.44 -0.5
May 3, 2024 2.2 1 3 5.20 -15
Apr 28, 2024 8.0 1 2 3.48 23.5

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Coming off an excellent showing in 2022 between Pittsburgh and St. Louis, Jose Quintana signed on with the Mets last winter and was supposed to be part of their big push into championship contention under new owner Steve Cohen. Nothing can ever be simple for the Mets, though, and the veteran southpaw was diagnosed with a stress fracture of the fifth rib on his left side just after arriving at spring training. He wound up missing the entire first half of the 2023 season as New York finished in fourth place in the NL East with a record of 73-86. Quintana pitched well when healthy, delivering a 3.57 ERA with 60 strikeouts across 75.2 innings, and it stands to reason that he'd have better luck on the health front in 2024. It'll be his age-35 campaign, however, and the overall excitement of what he can bring to Queens has certainly waned.

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2024 656.5 52.7 1 4 36 18 5.13 1.37
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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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Solid in no-decision

    Quintana did not factor into the decision Wednesday against the Guardians, allowing three runs on four hits over six innings. He struck out four. Quintana was excellent for most of the day Wednesday, allowing just one hit through his first five scoreless innings. However, after allowing a pair of hits in the sixth, Quintana surrendered a two-out, three-run homer to Andres Gimenez that tied the game 3-3, leaving the southpaw with a no-decision. It's just the second quality start for Quintana in 10 outings this season though he's looked better of late, allowing five runs on eight hits and no walks in his last two starts (11.1 innings). He'll carry a 5.13 ERA, 1.37 WHIP and 36:18 K:BB into his next start, currently scheduled for early next week against the Dodgers.
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Rebounds in no-decision

    Quintana didn't factor into the decision in Thursday's extra-innings win over the Phillies, allowing two runs on four hits and no walks over 5.1 innings. He struck out four. After surrendering 12 earned runs across his previous two starts, Quintana delivered a solid outing against Philadelphia. He didn't allow an extra-base hit during the start, and both the runs against him came after Quintana was pulled. He allowed J.T. Realmuto and Bryce Harper to reach on consecutive singles before being replaced by Reed Garrett, who surrendered an RBI single and a sac fly immediately after. Through nine starts, Quintana owns a 5.21 ERA with a 32:18 K:BB across 46.2 innings.
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Cursed by long ball

    Quintana (1-4) yielded four runs on six hits and two walks over five innings Friday, striking out three and taking a loss against Atlanta. All four runs against Quintana came in the third inning when he coughed up three homers. Prior to Friday's outing, he'd allowed just three home runs through 36.1 innings this season. Quintana's ERA has jumped from 3.48 to 5.44 after giving up 12 runs in his last two appearances. His next start is lined up to come in Philadelphia next week.
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Mets-Cardinals postponed Wednesday

    Quintana and the Mets won't face the Cardinals on Wednesday after the game was postponed due to inclement weather in St. Louis, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. The two teams will make up the game Aug. 5. Assuming Quintana wasn't too overtaxed from his warmup prior to Wednesday's game being postponed, he could have his next start pushed back to Friday's series opener versus Atlanta following Thursday's team off day.
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Routed by Rays

    Quintana (1-3) took the loss Friday as the Mets were downed 10-8 by Tampa Bay, surrendering eight runs on 10 hits and a walk over 2.2 innings. He struck out two. The veteran lefty managed to keep the ball in the park, but after a scoreless first inning, Quintana got pecked to death by a barrage of singles and doubles in his shortest outing of the season. The rough performance tacked more than a run onto his ERA, and Quintana will carry a 5.20 ERA, 1.54 WHIP and 25:16 K:BB through 36.1 innings into his next start, which is scheduled to come on the road next week in St. Louis.
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Spins gem against STL

    Quintana didn't factor into the decision, allowing one run on three hits and a walk across eight innings Sunday against St. Louis. He struck out three. Quintana completed six innings for the first time all season, going eight frames for the first time since September of 2022. However, he didn't get the win, as the contest went into the extras tied 1-1. The veteran southpaw has yielded fewer than three earned runs in four of his six starts and has yet to exceed four strikeouts in 2024. He's tentatively lined up for a start Friday against Tampa Bay.
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Allows five runs in loss

    Quintana (1-2) took the loss against San Francisco on Monday, allowing five runs on seven hits and three walks while striking out four batters over five innings. Quintana wasn't sharp in the outing, inducing just four swinging strikes and giving up a season-high five runs. The veteran hurler also yielded a season high in hits and walked multiple batters for the fifth straight start. Quintana had managed a solid 3.05 ERA despite a poor 16:11 K:BB and 1.50 WHIP coming into Monday, but the outing against the Giants paints a more reasonable picture of what to expect from the left-hander if he continues to allow batters to reach base at a high rate.
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Goes five innings in no-decision

    Quintana allowed one run on four hits and three walks while striking out four batters across five innings in a no-decision en route to a 3-1 victory over the Pirates on Tuesday. The Pirates were able to put runners on base relatively consistently against Quintana, but a fifth-inning RBI single off the bat of Bryan Reynolds ended up producing the only run Pittsburgh would score all day. The 35-year-old southpaw now owns a 3.05 ERA across 20.2 innings through four starts, though his 1.50 WHIP is a cause for concern.
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Earns first win

    Quintana (1-1) earned the win Thursday over Atlanta, allowing three runs on five hits and two walks across 5.1 innings. He struck out four. Quintana held Atlanta scoreless while allowing just one hit through his first four innings. The left-hander would surrender three runs in the fifth, but the Mets provided more than enough run support in an eventual 16-4 victory. Quintana's gotten off to a nice start this year, holding opponents to three runs or fewer in each of his first three outings despite consistent traffic. He sports a 3.45 ERA, 1.53 WHIP and 12:8 K:BB through his first 15.2 innings. Quintana is currently in line for a home matchup with the Pirates early next week.
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: New York-Atlanta postponed Wednesday

    Quintana and the Mets won't play Atlanta on Wednesday after the game was postponed due to a forecast of inclement weather in the Atlanta area. The two teams will make up the postponed game Sept. 26. As a result of the postponement, the Mets are likely to push each member of their five-man rotation back a day in the pitching schedule, so Quintana will presumably be in line to take the hill in Thursday's series finale.
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Fans four in no-decision

    Quintana gave up one earned run on five hits and four walks while striking out four batters through 5.2 innings during Friday's 3-2 win over the Reds. He did not factor into the decision. The Reds were able to put runners on base consistently against Quintana, but aside from a first-inning solo home run by Spencer Steer, the left-hander was able to keep them from crossing home plate. However, New York wasn't able to take the lead until after Quintana left the game, so Friday's win was awarded to Drew Smith. The 35-year-old Quintana owns a 2.61 ERA and 1.65 WHIP through his first two starts and is tentatively scheduled to make his next appearance in Atlanta next week.
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Hit with first loss

    Quintana dropped to 0-1 in Friday's 3-1 loss to the Brewers, giving up two earned runs on six hits and two walks while striking out four batters across 4.2 innings. Quintana's day started strong, as he was able to get through three innings without giving up a run. However, things began to fall apart when he gave up a leadoff home run to Christian Yelich in the top of the fourth inning, and a sacrifice fly from William Contreras followed by a Yelich single in the fifth led to the southpaw's removal. A lack of run support didn't make things easier on the 35-year-old either, as the Mets' offense managed just one hit -- a Starling Marte solo home run. Quintana is in line to make his next start Wednesday at home versus the Tigers.
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Mets-Brewers opener postponed

    Quintana and the Mets won't face the Brewers on Thursday after the game was postponed due to rain being in the forecast at Citi Field. With heavy rain expected to hit the East Coast, the decision was made to go ahead and delay the season opener one day. Quintana will oppose the Brewers' Freddy Peralta on Friday, which had previously been a scheduled off day in the season-opening three-game series.
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Garners Opening Day nod

    The Mets announced Wednesday that Quintana will start the team's season opener March 28 versus the Brewers at Citi Field. Quintana became the logical choice for the Opening Day nod after Kodai Senga (shoulder) went down with an injury earlier in spring training that will likely cost him at least the first month of the season. Though he'll be functioning as the de facto staff ace to begin the campaign, the 35-year-old Quintana profiles as more of a mid-rotation or back-end arm at this stage of his career. The southpaw missed all of the first half of the 2023 season with a fractured rib, but he was a dependable innings eater upon returning after the All-Star break, pitching to a 3.57 ERA, 1.31 WHIP and 60:24 K:BB across 75.2 frames.
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Sharp again Tuesday

    Quintana allowed two hits and a walk over four scoreless innings in Tuesday's Grapefruit League game against the Nationals. He struck out two. Facing a Washington lineup that included CJ Abrams, Lane Thomas and Joey Gallo, Quintana cruised through another sharp spring outing. The veteran southpaw has a 9:4 K:BB through 8.2 Grapefruit League innings as he prepares for an Opening Day assignment in the absence of Kodai Senga (shoulder). Quintana didn't make his 2023 debut until July 20 due to rib surgery but pitched well in the second half, posting a 3.57 ERA and 1.31 WHIP over 75.2 innings.
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  • Mets' Jose Quintana: Likely Opening Day starter

    Quintana is the likeliest candidate to get the Opening Day start for the Mets, Tim Britton of The Athletic reports. With Kodai Senga (shoulder) set to miss the first month of the season or more, Quintana should be the next man up for New York to kick off the season. "It would be an honor. It's a dream for any starting pitcher," the veteran southpaw said last week. "Big crowd, a lot of energy. It's a gift." Quintana has thrown 100 or more innings only once in the last four seasons, but he's healthy headed into the spring and the Mets believe he can handle a much larger workload than the 75.2 innings he tossed in 2023 during a campaign that didn't begin until after the All-Star break due to rib surgery.
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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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