Quantrill will not pitch again this season, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
The 24-year-old righty is likely dealing with soreness of some kind, as he logged 148 innings in the minors last year and has only thrown 138.2 innings this year between the majors and the minors. For what it's worth, the team says Quantrill is healthy, according to AJ Cassavell of MLB.com, and that he will be firmly in the rotation mix next spring after logging a 5.69 ERA in 91.2 innings as a big-league starter in 2019. The Padres were working with a six-man rotation, so this may not result in anyone getting a spot start this weekend against the Diamondbacks.
Quantrill did not factor into the decision against Arizona on Saturday, working five innings and giving up one run on two hits and no walks while striking out six.
The 24-year-old surrendered a leadoff triple that was cashed in for a run on a sacrifice fly, but he clamped down to retire 15 of the final 16 batters he faced before departing after the fifth inning. Quantrill entered the game having allowed 28 runs in 16.2 innings over his last four appearances, so Saturday's effective outing was a much-needed return to the form that saw him post a 1.69 ERA across four starts in July. Quantrill will look to end the season on a positive note when he heads to Arizona for a rematch against the Diamondbacks on Saturday.
Quantrill (6-8) allowed four runs on six hits and three walks over three innings Sunday, striking out three batters and taking the loss against Colorado.
Quantrill allowed a two-run single to Rockies starter Chi Chi Gonzalez in the second inning before serving up a two-run homer to Ryan McMahon in the third. After his Aug.14 win over the Rays, he was 6-3 with a 3.23 ERA. The 24-year-old has since dissolved, taking five straight losses while his ERA ballooned to 5.33. Quantrill will look to turn things around Friday at home against the Diamondbacks.
Quantrill (6-7) took the loss against the Cubs on Monday, giving up eight earned runs on 10 hits over 4.1 innings, striking out five and walking two in a 10-2 defeat for the Padres.
It was the third straight start in which the struggling right-hander has given up eight earned, a stretch that has seen Quantrill's ERA jump 3.32 to 5.12. The main culprit for Quantrill's struggles has been his inability to keep the ball in the yard, with 14 long balls to his name across 95 innings. He'll look to get on track in his next start, but he'll have to do it in a tough venue, with the Padres taking on the Rockies at Coors Field on Sunday.
Quantrill (6-6) gave up eight runs on 10 hits and one walk while striking out four through five innings to take the loss against the Diamondbacks on Monday.
Quantrill allowed six runs in a disastrous second inning and allowed two more runs in his last frame of work. After posting a 1.79 ERA in his first seven games after the All-Star break, Quantrill has followed those performances with two eight-run outings. The 24-year-old has a 4.57 ERA with 75 strikeouts through 15 starts this season. Quantrill is scheduled to make his next start Monday against the Cubs at Petco Park.
Quantrill (6-5) was hit with the loss against the Dodgers on Tuesday, giving up eight earned runs on eight hits over 4.1 innings, striking out one and walking three as the Padres lost 9-0.
Quantrill had been on a very nice run coming into the contest, but he saw it coming to a crashing halt against the hot-hitting Dodgers, who blasted him for eight of their nine runs for the game. The right-hander sees his ERA shoot up from 3.32 to 3.99 with the effort. He also has a 1.17 WHIP and 71:22 K:BB across 85.2 innings on the season.
Quantrill (6-4) allowed three earned runs on five hits and no walks while striking out nine across six innings to take the loss Tuesday against the Reds.
Quantrill turned in a baseline quality start, and his only major stumble came in the sixth inning when he surrendered a two-run homer to Freddy Galvis. He was otherwise dominant, at one point retiring 11 consecutive Reds' hitters -- six of which came via strikeout. Quantrill has quietly turned in strong results since the All-Star break, allowing only eight earned runs across 34.1 innings while racking up 34 punchouts. For the season, he now has a 3.32 ERA and 1.09 WHIP across 81.1 innings. He'll look to keep things going in his next start, currently scheduled for Tuesday against the Dodgers.
Quantrill (6-3) earned the win Wednesday against the Rays after allowing two runs on three hits over 5.2 innings. He had four strikeouts and one walk.
Quantrill got off to a rough start, as Eric Sogard opened the game with an 11-pitch walk and Tommy Pham subsequently plated him with a two-run home run. However, Quantrill then quickly settled down to deliver a solid performance. The 24-year-old has a 1.31 ERA, 0.82 WHIP and 25:6 K:BB over 34.1 innings (six outings) since rejoining the Padres' rotation out of the All-Star break, and he'll look to continue generating a similar caliber of performance in his next start against the Reds.
Quantrill (5-3) allowed just five hits over seven scoreless innings while striking out five in Friday's 7-1 win over the Rockies.
It's the longest outing of the year for Quantrill, and also the third time in his last five starts that he hasn't allowed a run. The right-hander has allowed just five runs (three earned) over his last 29 innings, lowering his ERA from 4.83 to 3.21 in that span. Quantrill takes a 57:18 K:BB over 70 innings into his next start, which is expected to be an interleague contest versus the Rays on Wednesday.
Quantrill (4-3) suffered the loss against the Dodgers on Saturday, allowing four runs on six hits while striking out three over five innings.
Quantrill was doing fine until a fourth-inning solo shot by Justin Turner, but the right-hander fell apart with a three-run fifth inning that ultimately ended his night. Through 63 innings, Quantrill owns a 3.86 ERA, 1.19 WHIP and 52:18 K:BB. The 24-year-old is expected to face the Rockies at home Friday in his next start.
Quantrill (4-2) picked up the win Saturday, giving up one run on three hits and four walks over 5.1 innings while striking out four in a 5-1 victory over the Giants.
The right-hander wasn't sharp, throwing 50 of 86 pitches for strikes and firing first-pitch strikes to only 12 of the 23 batters he faced, but Quantrill didn't give up much hard contact and his lack of control didn't come back to hurt him. He'll carry a 3.57 ERA and 49:18 K:BB through 58 innings into his next outing Saturday, on the road against the Dodgers.
Quantrill will work as the starting pitcher Saturday against the Giants, AJ Cassavell of MLB.com reports.
Quantrill served as the bulk reliever during his last outing Sunday, shutting the Cubs down over 5.2 innings of work. He'll be given an opportunity to start this time through the rotation, however.
Quantrill (3-2) allowed two hits over 5.2 shutout innings Sunday, striking out six batters and earning the win over the Cubs.
Quantrill came into the contest in the third inning and kept the Cubs off the board until Kirby Yates finished things off in the ninth. He's now thrown 11.2 scoreless innings with a 9:1 K:BB over his last two starts, lowering his ERA to a solid 3.76 on the season. It's unclear if he'll make a standard start his next time out or follow an opener, but his next appearance could come at home against the Giants next weekend.
Quantrill will follow opener Adrian Morejon on Sunday against the Cubs, Kevin Acee of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Following an opener will be a minor boost to Quantrill's fantasy value, as he'll avoid the top of the Cubs' lineup the first time through the order and won't have to pitch five innings to be credited with a win. The 24-year-old has been decent in his first taste of big-league action this season, recording a 4.21 ERA in 47 innings of work.
Quantrill did not factor into the decision against Atlanta on Sunday, throwing six scoreless innings and giving up three hits and one walk while striking out three.
In his eighth start of the season, Quantrill kept Atlanta's offense at bay, allowing only a trio of singles along with one walk and one hit-batsman. He wasn't particularly overpowering, whiffing only three batters, but nonetheless matched fellow rookie Mike Soroka by keeping runs off the board until he was lifted after his 90th pitch. With the scoreless outing, Quantrill lowered his ERA to 4.21 -- the lowest it has been since his third appearance this season. He'll try to build upon the strong start when he heads to Chicago to face the Cubs on Friday in his next scheduled start.
Quantrill is listed as the scheduled starter for Sunday's game against the Braves.
With Matt Strahm moving to the bullpen shortly before the All-Star break and with Eric Lauer (personal) landing on the bereavement list Friday, the Padres will at least temporarily have room in the rotation for Quantrill. Once Lauer is back with the club, Quantrill could be at some risk of shifting to a long-relief role, though the Padres' ongoing efforts to manage Chris Paddack's workload could prompt manager Andy Green to keep Quantrill in the fold as part of a six-man rotation.
Quantrill gave up three runs on five hits and one walk while striking out four through 4.1 innings in a no-decision against the Giants on Wednesday.
Quantrill pitched effectively except for a three-run inning in the third frame. The right-hander was pulled after 72 pitches, but he was not stretched out after making his last four appearances out of the bullpen. Quantrill has a 2-2 record and a 4.83 ERA going into the All-Star break.
Quantrill is listed as the Padres' probable starter for Wednesday's game against the Giants.
Per Kevin Acee of The San Diego Union-Tribune, the Padres look set to close out the first half with a different starting pitcher for all seven games this week. After making his last four appearances in relief, Quantrill will slot back into the rotation for a spot start, while Dinelson Lamet (elbow) appears on track to return from the 60-day injured list Friday to start against the Dodgers. In Quantrill's case, he seems less likely to stick around in the rotation than Lamet after the All-Star break, though the Padres could have spots for both if one or both of rookies Logan Allen and Chris Paddack are optioned to Triple-A El Paso. Quantrill will at least make for a decent streaming option this week while matching up with one of the majors' worst offenses in the favorable pitching environment of Petco Park.
Quantrill (2-2) picked up the win Friday against the Cardinals after tossing two scoreless innings, allowing a hit and a walk with two strikeouts.
Quantrill earned his first win since he started against the Blue Jays on May 25. The 23-year-old had struggled in the Padres' rotation, which recently landed him in the bullpen, at least for now. Overall, he's compiled a 4.79 ERA, 1.40 WHIP and 32:12 K:BB over nine appearances (six starts).
Quantrill will pitch out of the bullpen for now, Kevin Acee of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Quantrill hasn't pitched in a game since his last start back on June 14, though he's warmed up in the bullpen. Logan Allen has claimed his rotation spot for now, though the Padres haven't ruled out Quantrill returning to a starting role at some point down the line.
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