José Quintana

José Quintana

Height/Weight: 6' 1"/220 lbs
Bat: R
Throw: L
Born: Arjona, Colombia
Draft: Undrafted
  • Amazin' Avenue

    Mets Player Meter: Pitchers, September 18-24

    José Quintana, however, did have arguably his worst start in a Mets uniform and the bullpen had some poor performances in close games in the Phillies series. It was an odd outing for Quintana on Saturday; he struck out ten batters and didn't walk any, which is an incredible ratio, but he gave up six runs (five of them earned). Reed Garrett pitched the final two innings of the game on Saturday in relief of Quintana and gave up an insurance run to the Phillies, but the Mets lost by two runs, so it did not turn out to be all that consequential to the result. Garrett also had a multiple-inning outing on Tuesday, pitching 2 1⁄3 scoreless innings in relief of Joey Lucchesi with three strikeouts to earn positive marks for the week.

  • The Morning Call

    Harper's 20th homer sparks Phillies to 7-5 come-from-behind win over Mets

    Bryce Harper sparked Philadelphia's comeback from a two-run deficit by reaching 20 homers for the ninth time, leading the Phillies over the New York Mets 7-5 on Saturday for their fourth straight win. Harper had three RBIs for the defending NL champions (86-69), who are closing in on an NL wild card berth. Alec Bohm also homered as the Phillies, who opened a four-game lead over Arizona for the top wild card. Philadelphia would clinch a playoff berth Sunday with a win and a loss by either the Chicago Cubs or Miami Marlins.

  • New York Post

    Ex-Met Zack Wheeler haunts his old team with solid outing for Phillies

    More On: new york mets New York's baseball-less October is worse than playoff heartbreak Regular season 2023 MLB awards: Why the Dodgers are the Team of the Year Tropical Storm puts Yankees, Mets, Jets games in flux Mets utilityman finishing 2023 on strong note after brutal start PHILADELPHIA — Zack Wheeler wasn't showing much Brotherly Love for his former team Saturday. That was into the seventh inning, at which point the Mets had managed two unearned runs against the fireballing Phillies right-hander on a soggy afternoon during which the rain subsided long enough to play a baseball game. Wheeler's generosity grew in the seventh, when the Mets rallied for three runs — with help by a misjudged