Quintana (8-8) pitched 6.2 innings, allowing one run on seven hits and one walk while striking out nine in a no-decision Friday against the Twins. After a rough June (0-3 with a 5.51 ERA in five starts), Quintana finished up July with a record of 3-0 and a stellar 1.95 ERA in five starts (32.1 innings). Friday's eight K's tied his second-most of the season and upped the right-hander's strikeout total to 125 in 137 inning this year. Quintana will look to keep things rolling when he takes the hill Thursday in Detroit for his next start.
Quintana (8-8) fired 6.2 scoreless innings on three hits and one walk while striking out four, but received no decision Sunday against the Tigers. Quintana was staked to a four-run lead in the second inning, and he silenced the Tigers bats until being lifted from the contest after 117 pitches. Unfortunately, David Robertson blew a three-run lead in the ninth inning to keep the lefty from earning his ninth win of the year. He's now held opponents to one or fewer runs in three of his last four starts to lower his ERA to 2.97. He'll make his next start Friday at the Twins.
Quintana (8-8) allowed one run on six hits and three walks with seven strikeouts over six innings in a win Tuesday against Seattle. The only run Quintana allowed came on a solo home run, which marks the 10th home run he has allowed in just his past seven starts. While that's a disconcerting statistic, he has also struck out 45 batters in 51.2 innings in that span. Quintana has a 3.13 ERA in large part because of that strikeout ability -- his current 8.2 K/9 is the highest of his career.
Quintana allowed four runs on five hits and one walk while striking out five over six innings to earn the win Saturday against the Braves. Quintana (7-8) gave up three homers, but the White Sox offense provided him with five runs of support to help him earn his seventh win of the season. Despite a strong first half, he's now allowed at least four runs in three of his last four outings to raise his ERA to 3.21 on the year. He'll make his next start after the All-Star break.
Quintana (6-8) allowed one run on two hits and two walks while striking out four over seven innings to earn the win Sunday at the Astros. Quintana gave up a solo homer to George Springer to lead off the Astros half of the first inning before shutting them down completely. He finally got some run support from the White Sox offense to break a personal seven-game losing streak, and he now has a 3.06 ERA along with a 1.12 WHIP on the year. He'll make his next start Saturday against the Braves.