Quintana (8-7) allowed five runs on eight hits -- including three homers -- over five innings in a win over the Padres on Saturday. He struck out seven and walked one.
The lefty was a bit lucky to escape with this line -- two of the three home runs were solo shots. He had been doing a great job of limiting the long ball, with just five homers allowed in his last 10 starts (55.2 innings) prior to Saturday, and hopefully this outing will prove to be an aberration rather than the start of a trend. Quintana will look to pick up his fifth win in as many starts when he takes on the Brewers in Milwaukee next week.
Quintana (7-7) picked up the win Sunday against the Pirates, yielding three runs on six hits and two walks across six innings. He struck out four.
Quintana has now picked up wins in his last three starts, and in that stretch, he's allowed just six earned runs over 19 innings of work. The lefty struggled for much of June (5.17 ERA in the month), but he looks to be turning a corner and could be primed for a good second half. Quintana will take a 4.21 ERA into his next outing, which is scheduled for Saturday against the Padres.
Quintana (6-7) allowed three earned runs on six hits and one walk while striking out six across seven innings to earn the win Thursday against the Pirates.
Quintana yielded all three of his earned runs between the second and third innings but bounced back to retire the final 11 batters he faced. The appearance marked the second time he's completed seven innings of work in his past 13 starts. After a poor stretch for much of June, Quintana has turned in consecutive solid efforts, allowing three earned runs across 13 innings while striking out 10. He'll head into the All-Star break with a 4.19 ERA and 1.35 WHIP with 84 strikeouts across 101 innings.
Quintana (5-7) allowed no runs on six hits without issuing a walk over six innings to pick up the win over the Reds on Saturday. He struck out four.
Quintana was coming off a rough outing but was in control throughout this contest, scattering six singles. He has a 4.21 ERA, 1.37 WHIP, and a 78:29 K:BB this season. He lines up to face the Pirates on the road in his next start Thursday.
Quintana (4-7) was handed the loss Saturday against the Mets after surrendering nine runs (eight earned) on nine hits over 4.1 innings. He struck out two and walked two.
Quintana never got comfortable Saturday and gave up at least one run in all five innings pitched, with Wilson Ramos' two-run homer in the fifth inning representing the final straw. The 30-year-old is now winless in his last nine starts and has allowed 32 runs (29 earned) with a 34:18 K:BB over 48.1 innings in that stretch. Quintana will attempt to break into the win column Friday at Cincinnati.
Quintana did not factor into the decision against the Dodgers on Sunday, pitching five innings and giving up two runs on six hits and three walks while striking out three.
Though he gave up only a pair of runs, Quintana was far from sharp in the start, issuing three walks and throwing 99 pitches -- only 58 of which were strikes -- in five innings. He was nonetheless in line for the win when he took the mound in the sixth inning, but a leadoff home run by Cody Bellinger and a pair of hits that followed sent Quintana to the showers. The 30-year-old will look to get back in the win column for the first time since May 5 when he faces the Mets at home Saturday in his next scheduled start.
Quintana dropped to 4-6 after giving up four runs (three earned) on five hits and four walks over 4.2 innings Tuesday in the Cubs' 10-3 loss to the Rockies. He struck out three.
Coors Field is never a great place for a struggling pitcher to get back on track, and Quintana proved as much with his rough showing Tuesday. Quintana has failed to pick up a win in any of his last seven outings, going 0-5 with a 4.38 ERA and 1.33 WHIP during that stretch.
Quintana (4-5) took the loss against the Rockies on Thursday, giving up three earned runs on six hits over 7.1 innings, striking out four and walking none in a 3-1 defeat for the Cubs.
Quintana pitched well, working into the eighth inning before exiting after 97 pitches, but he was ultimately outdueled by Colorado rookie Peter Lambert and dealt his fifth defeat of the season. For the season, the 30-year-old has a 3.77 ERA, a 1.27 WHIP and a 66:20 K:BB over 74 innings. He's scheduled to take on the Rockies again in his next start, this time in the daunting confines of Coors Field on Tuesday.
Quintana didn't factor into the decision in Saturday's 7-4 loss to the Cardinals, allowing two runs on four hits and a walk over four innings while striking out six.
The score was tied 2-2 when the game was suspended for more than three hours due to rain, squelching any chance Quintana might have had at picking up his fifth win of the year. The southpaw will carry a 3.78 ERA and 62:20 K:BB through 66.2 innings into his next start Thursday, at home against the Rockies.
Quintana (4-4) gave up six runs (five earned) on 12 hits and one walk while striking out two through 5.1 innings to take the loss against the Reds on Sunday.
Quintana was knocked around, breaking an impressive streak of eight outings in which he had allowed three or fewer runs. The left-hander has a 3.73 ERA through 10 starts this season and will make his next start Saturday against the Cardinals.
Quintana tossed six scoreless innings but did not factor into the decision in Tuesday's 3-2 win over the Phillies. He allowed two hits and three walks while striking out four.
Quintana has failed to record a win over his last three starts, though he's allowed three earned runs or fewer in eight straight outings dating back to an eight-run disaster April 5. The lefty now has a solid 3.30 ERA for the season and will look to get back into the win column in his next start, which is scheduled for Sunday against the Reds.
Quintana (4-3) allowed three runs on six hits across five innings to take the loss Thursday against the Reds. He walked one and struck out four.
Quintana lost his second straight decision, though the lefty pitched decently in both outings. It didn't help that the Cubs scored a total of two runs in those games. Quintana still has a solid 3.68 ERA and 50:15 K:BB across 51.1 innings this season. He'll look to get back into the win column in his next start, which is scheduled for Tuesday against the Phillies.
Quintana (4-2) allowed three runs on four hits with six strikeouts and three walks while taking a loss against the Brewers on Friday.
Quintana yielded eight runs the last time he faced the Brewers, but since then the lefty has turned in five quality starts in six outings. Unfortunately Friday, he just didn't get the run support to win. Quintana has recovered very well since that previously terrible start versus the Brewers and is 4-2 with a 3.50 ERA, 1.25 WHIP and 46 strikeouts in 46.1 innings this season. His next outing is scheduled against the Reds on Thursday.
Quintana (4-1) yielded two runs on eight hits and two walks in six innings Sunday, earning the victory over the Cardinals. He struck out two batters.
It wasn't the most attractive stat line, but Quintana played the role of game manager and got the job done. He kept the Cardinals scoreless through five before getting tagged with a two-run double from Yadier Molina in the sixth. Quintana lowered his ERA to 3.40 in 39.2 innings. However, he's struck out just four batters over his last two outings after fanning 36 in his first five starts. He'll take the mound at home against Milwaukee on Friday.
Quintana yielded three runs on five hits across 5.2 innings Sunday, taking the no-decision in the Cubs' extra-innings win over Arizona. He struck out two batters and allowed two home runs.
Entering Sunday, Quintana had posted three straight starts of at least seven innings and two or fewer runs allowed, earning the win in all three. The lefty kept Arizona off the board until the fourth inning, when Eduardo Escobar took him deep for a solo shot, his first of two homers off Quintana on the night. He'll carry a 3.48 ERA into next Sunday's outing against the Cardinals.
Quintana (3-1) allowed just two runs over seven innings to pick up the win Tuesday against the Dodgers. He gave up four hits and two walks while striking out seven.
Quintana kept Los Angeles off the board in the top of the first, then watched his offensive mates score four times in the bottom of the inning. The early breathing room seemed to allow the lefty to settle into a nice groove, and he rolled to his third straight win. Over those three starts, Quintana has allowed just two earned runs across 21 innings while striking out 25. The 30-year-old will look to stay hot in his next start, which is currently scheduled to come Sunday against the Diamondbacks.
Quintana's next start will come Tuesday against the Dodgers instead of Sunday against the Diamondbacks as originally scheduled, Jesse Rogers of ESPN.com reports.
Tyler Chatwood will make a spot start Sunday, giving the Cubs an extra righty against the righty-heavy Diamondbacks and an extra lefty against the lefty-heavy Dodgers. The change of plans costs Quintana a two-start week and gives him a tougher opponent for his next start, though it likely means he'll gain a two-start week next period.
Quintana (2-1) tossed seven scoreless innings to earn the win Tuesday against the Marlins. He gave up six hits and struck out seven.
For the second straight outing, Quintana tossed seven scoreless innings, and he's lowered his ERA from 10.29 to 3.43 in the process. The lefty also has a stellar 18:1 K:BB during the hot stretch, as it appears he's put his early-season struggles behind him. Quintana will look to keep rolling in his next start Sunday against the Diamondbacks at Wrigley Field.
Quintana (1-1) allowed no runs on four hits with 11 strikeouts and only one walk in a victory against the Pirates on Thursday.
The lefty threw 99 pitches, so he may not have pitched the eighth anyway, but the lightning and thunder at Wrigley Field -- and not the Pirates -- officially knocked him out of the game after the seventh. This is exactly what the doctor ordered for Quintana, but even after seven shutout frames, his numbers sit at unhealthy levels. Quintana is 1-1 with a 5.14 ERA, 1.71 WHIP and 22 strikeouts in 14 innings this season. His next start should come against the Marlins.
Quintana (0-1) took the loss Friday, coughing up eight runs on eight hits -- including three home runs -- and three walks over three innings while striking out three as the Cubs fell 13-10 to the Brewers.
Oof. After a solid relief outing to begin the season, Quintana's first start was a disaster, as he dug a hole the Cubs' offense couldn't climb out of. The southpaw's HR/9 rate has been creeping up steadily over the last few years, and with MLB's official baseballs appearing to be livelier once again in 2019, keeping them in the yard could be a challenge for Quintana. He's next set to take the mound Thursday at home against the Pirates.
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