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Innings Pitched
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Wins
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Earned Run Average
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Fantasy Points
Oct 3, 2022 3.0 6 7 2.93 7
Sep 28, 2022 5.0 6 7 2.99 6.5
Sep 23, 2022 6.2 6 6 3.03 28
Sep 17, 2022 8.0 5 6 3.16 27
Sep 11, 2022 5.2 5 6 3.34 13

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Strikeouts
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Base on Balls (Walk)
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Earned Run Average
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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2023 0.00 0.00
2022 341.510.7 165.7 6 7 137 47 2.93 1.21
2021 61.52.1 63.0 3 85 35 6.43 1.73
3y Avg. 1436.5 79.7 2 3 78 28 3.95 1.34
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  • Cardinals' Jose Quintana: Tabbed to start Game 1

    Manager Oliver Marmol announced Quintana as the Cardinals' starter for Game 1 of the NL Wild Card Series against the Phillies on Friday, Jeff Jones of the Belleville News-Democrat reports. The veteran left-hander made his final start of the regular season Monday in Pittsburgh and delivered three scoreless innings, and he'll be St. Louis' opening starter for the postseason. Quintana was acquired from the Pirates at the trade deadline and posted a 2.01 ERA, 1.12 WHIP and 48:16 K:BB in 62.2 innings across 12 starts for the Cardinals.
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  • Cardinals' Jose Quintana: Tosses three innings

    Quintana allowed one hit and a walk over three scoreless frames against the Pirates on Monday. He did not factor in the decision. The 33-year-old was scheduled to split the start with Miles Mikolas and each pitcher threw three innings. Quintana ends his 2022 regular season with a strong 2.93 ERA through 32 starts with St. Louis and Pittsburgh. In 62.2 innings as a Cardinal, he posted a terrific 2.01 ERA with a 48:16 K:BB. Quintana allowed two or fewer runs in every appearance he made after the Cardinals acquired him.
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  • Cardinals' Jose Quintana: Draws start Monday

    Quintana is scheduled to start Monday's game against the Pirates in Pittsburgh, Katie Woo of The Athletic reports. Though Quintana will continue his streak of making all of his appearances this season as a starter, he won't be in line for a traditional outing Monday. Instead, manager Oliver Marmol told Rick Hummel of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch over the weekend that the lefty will likely work about three innings Monday before giving way to Miles Mikolas, who is expected to then cover three innings of his own. As a result, Mikolas may be the likelier candidate than Quintana to factor into any decision.
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  • Cardinals' Jose Quintana: Slated for tandem start

    Cardinals manager Oliver Marmol said Quintana and Miles Mikolas will both pitch in Monday's game in Pittsburgh, with both starting pitchers scheduled to work about three innings, Rick Hummel of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Marmol didn't specify which of the two pitchers will be designated as the starter Monday, but whomever works second will presumably have the better chance at factoring into any decision. With St. Louis having already punched its ticket to the postseason, Marmol isn't eager to overextend any of the team's key pitchers in advance of the Cardinals' playoff opener Friday. Since being acquired from the Pirates on Aug. 1, Quintana has posted a 2.11 ERA, 1.14 WHIP and 48:15 K:BB across 59.2 innings, giving him a strong case to be included in the Cardinals' three- or four-man playoff rotation.
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  • Cardinals' Jose Quintana: Allows one run in loss

    Quintana (6-7) took the loss Wednesday, allowing one run on four hits and two walks over five innings against Milwaukee. He struck out seven. Quintana surrendered the first run of the game on a single from Hunter Renfroe in the third inning but was otherwise blemish free. The lefty has allowed two runs or fewer in 13 straight starts, recording a 1.74 ERA and 1.08 WHIP over 72.1 innings. The 33-year-old has a 2.24 ERA and 1.08 WHIP over 92.1 innings at home as opposed to a 3.97 ERA and 1.41 WHIP over 70.1 innings on the road.
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  • Cardinals' Jose Quintana: Sleeper pitchers for Week 26 (Sept. 26-Oct. 5)

    Quintana struggles to go even five innings sometimes, which can make him frustrating to recommend in Fantasy, but he's gone a combined 14 2/3 innings in his past two, lowering his ERA to 3.03. You can't ask for better matchups than a double dip against the Pirates.
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  • Cardinals' Jose Quintana: Stellar streak continues

    Quintana (6-6) earned the win during Friday's 11-0 victory over the Dodgers, allowing five hits while recording six strikeouts and zero walks across 6.2 scoreless innings. Quintana limited the highest-scoring team in the majors to just five baserunners and didn't allow anyone past second base as Los Angeles failed to score for only the seventh time this season. The 33-year-old fired 64 of 101 pitches for strikes, with 14 of the swinging variety, en route to his second highest strikeout total since joining St. Louis at the trade deadline. Quintana hasn't permitted more than two earned runs in any of those 10 starts and has been especially dominant in September, surrendering just two runs across 25.1 innings this month. He carries a 3.03 ERA into his next start, scheduled to come midweek against Pittsburgh.
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  • Cardinals' Jose Quintana: Dominant in no-decision

    Quintana allowed just two hits and hit one batter while striking out six over eight shutout innings in a no-decision in the second game of Saturday's doubleheader versus the Reds. The lone run of the game didn't score until the 11th inning, denying Quintana a win in easily his best start of the year. He's gone 2-1 across nine starts spanning 48 innings for the Cardinals, allowing no more than two earned runs in any of those outings. The southpaw trimmed his ERA to 3.16 with a 1.25 WHIP and 125:44 K:BB through 151 innings across 29 starts between the Cardinals and the Pirates this year. He's lined up for a road start versus the Dodgers next week.
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  • Cardinals' Jose Quintana: Strong outing in no-decision

    Quintana allowed a run on four hits and a walk while striking out four in 5.2 innings in a 4-3 win Sunday in Pittsburgh. He did not factor into the decision. The lone tally against Quintana came in the third inning when two singles and a fielder's choice led to a run. He then retired 10 of 11 batters before allowing a two-out single in the sixth and being removed. He has allowed two earned runs or fewer in each of his eight starts for St. Louis and has a 2.93 ERA, 1.38 WHIP and only one homer allowed in 40 innings for the team. His next start will likely be next weekend against Cincinnati.
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  • Cardinals' Jose Quintana: Earns fifth win Tuesday

    Quintana (5-6) earned the win Tuesday against the Nationals. He allowed one run on five hits over five innings with five strikeouts and no walks. The veteran southpaw was sharp Tuesday, as the only damage came via a couple of hits in the top of the second inning. This was Quintana's first win in his last five starts and second since being traded to St. Louis. The five strikeouts Quintana recorded were also his highest in that five-start span. He will try to stay in the win column in his next start, which is tentatively lined up to be against the Pirates this weekend.
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  • Cardinals' Jose Quintana: Sleeper pitchers for Week 23 (Sept. 5-11)

    After getting off to a nice start with the Cardinals, Quintana has floundered of late, struggling to go deep into starts. He has choice matchups to get back on track this week, though, facing the Nationals and Pirates.
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  • Cardinals' Jose Quintana: Pulled in fifth inning

    Quintana pitched 4.2 innings, surrendering two runs on seven hits while walking a batter and striking out one in Wednesday's extra-inning victory over the Reds. He did not factor into the decision. Quintana pitched two scoreless innings to open Wednesday's contest before the Reds were able to scratch across two runs in the bottom of the third. He was later removed from the game after giving up a two-out single to Nick Senzel in the bottom of the fifth frame. Quintana has not been quite as sharp since he was traded to the Cardinals on Aug. 1, compiling a 3.38 ERA with an inflated 1.53 WHIP over 29.1 innings in six starts.
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  • Cardinals' Jose Quintana: Falters again Friday

    Quintana (4-6) took the loss Friday versus Atlanta, allowing four runs (two earned) on seven hits and two walks while striking out three over five innings. Quintana's decent pitching was nullified by an error that allowed Atlanta to scrape together two runs in the fourth inning. It's the second start in a row that the Cardinals' defense has made the southpaw's job harder. He's allowed no more than two earned runs in any of his five starts since joining St. Louis from Pittsburgh at the trade deadline. Overall, Quintana has a 3.45 ERA, 1.32 WHIP and 108:42 K:BB through 127.2 innings across 25 starts.
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  • Cardinals' Jose Quintana: Sleeper pitchers for Week 20 (Aug. 15-21)

    Quintana has enjoyed back-to-back six-inning starts with his new team and should continue to make up ground in the wins column now that he's no longer with the Pirates. His matchups this week vs. Colorado and at Arizona are particularly inviting.
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  • Cardinals' Jose Quintana: Possible waiver wire pickups

    Quintana's second start with the Cardinals went about like his first -- six strong innings with roughly a strikeout per -- but with the added bonus of coming at Coors Field, where pitchers aren't supposed to succeed. (Maybe he could show Miles Mikolas a thing or two.) The 33-year-old really has had a redemptive season in what's become a fairer environment for pitch-to-contact guys like him. It was easy to overlook when he was still with the Pirates -- and it shouldn't be lost on anyone that Wednesday's win was only his fourth in 22 starts this year -- but he's on a winner now and should reap all the benefits, especially if the Cardinals are willing to work him harder than the Pirates did. His 103 pitches Wednesday equaled a season high.
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  • Cardinals' Jose Quintana: Effective again Wednesday

    Quintana (4-5) earned the win over Colorado on Wednesday, pitching six innings and allowing two runs on seven hits and two walks while striking out six batters. Quintana wasn't as dominant as in his St. Louis debut last week, when he gave up only one hit over six innings against the Cubs. However, Wednesday's performance was impressive in its own right, especially considering that it came at Coors Field. Quintana notched his seventh quality start of the campaign and picked up his fourth win -- three of which have come in his past seven starts. The veteran southpaw should see more opportunities for victory now that he's with a first-place team, and he was allowed to throw 103 pitches Thursday, only the third time in 22 starts this season that he's reached 100 pitches.
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  • Cardinals' Jose Quintana: Strong showing in debut

    Quintana registered a no-decision during Thursday's 7-2 victory over the Cubs in Game 2 of a doubleheader, allowing one run on one hit and two walks with seven strikeouts in six innings. Quintana surrendered a first inning sol shot to Patrick Wisdom but countered by immediately retiring 11 straight Cubs. The 33-year-old was in line for the victory when he departed but the bullpen let in a run before St. Louis added five runs in the later innings. Over his last three turns, Quintana has surrendered only a single run across 18.2 innings, while Thursday's seven strikeouts match a season best. He carries a 3.39 ERA and 1.23 WHIP into his next start, slated for midweek in Colorado.
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  • Cardinals' Jose Quintana: First start with new team on tap

    Quintana is scheduled to start the Cardinals' series finale with the Cubs in St. Louis on Thursday. Quintana will be making his Cardinals debut Thursday after he was acquired from the Pirates on Monday along with reliever Chris Stratton in exchange for right-hander Johan Oviedo and first baseman Malcom Nunez. The Cardinals also added another starting pitcher in Jordan Montgomery prior to Tuesday's deadline, leaving Dakota Hudson most at risk of moving to the bullpen if St. Louis opts to maintain a five-man rotation. Quintana had been solid through his first 20 outings of the season with Pittsburgh, compiling a 3.50 ERA and 1.27 WHIP in 103 innings.
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  • Cardinals' Jose Quintana: Sent to St. Louis

    The Cardinals acquired Quintana and right-hander Chris Stratton from the Pirates on Tuesday in exchange for right-hander Johan Oviedo and corner infielder Malcom Nunez, Jeff Passan of ESPN.com reports. After a rough 2021 campaign, Quintana had enjoyed a bounce-back campaign in Pittsburgh, as he produced a 3.50 ERA and 1.27 WHIP while recording 89 strikeouts across 103 innings. The Cardinals will likely count on Quintana to hold down a spot at the back end of their rotation while Jack Flaherty (shoulder) and Steven Matz (knee) are on the shelf with long-term injuries.
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  • Pirates' Jose Quintana: Strong start wasted Friday

    Quintana didn't factor into the decision in Friday's 4-2 extra-inning loss to the Phillies, allowing four hits and two walks over 5.2 scoreless innings while striking out four. The veteran lefty didn't let a baserunner get past first base through five innings, but Quintana ran into trouble in the sixth and fell just short of a quality start as a result, exiting with the bases loaded and two outs. Fortunately for his line, Yerry De Los Santos got Nick Castellanos to fly out to end the threat, although the Bucs' bullpen ultimately imploded and cost Quintana the win. Even with a rough outing in Coors Field on his ledger, he's been sharp over the last month-plus, and Quintana sports a 3.23 ERA, 1.18 WHIP and 34:9 K:BB through 39 innings over his last seven starts while serving up zero homers.
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