Jose Quintana

SP · New York Mets

Bats R Throws L
Height 6'1" Weight 220
DOB 1989-01-24 Age 34.1
Hometown Arjona, Colombia
2023 Fantasy Rankings

NFBC ADP (15-team): 34.01, 496th

Season Projections

THE BAT-$222115.08881004111613460564.381.37

ATC projections by Ariel Cohen. Steamer projections by Steamer Projections Blog. THE BAT projections by Derek Carty. Zeile Consensus projections by FantasyPros.

Fantasy Baseball News Last 90 Days

  • Jose Quintana To Undergo Bone-Graft Surgery

    New York Mets general manager Billy Eppler said Tuesday that starting pitcher Jose Quintana (rib) has a benign lesion on his rib, per's Anthony DiComo. He was seen by a tumor specialist, and while the results of a biopsy came back benign, Quintana is going to undergo bone graft surgery. The Mets are now expecting to not have him back until at least July. The 34-year-old signed a two-year, $26 million deal with the Mets this offseason. Tylor Megill and David Peterson appear to be the top two candidates to replace the veteran in the Mets' rotation to start the season.

    Mar 15 · Source via Mets Jose Quintana
  • Mets Potentially Shutting Down José Quintana For Three Months

    3:15 pm: General manager Billy Eppler tells reporters, including Tim Britton of The Athletic, that the report of the three-month shutdown is “premature.” They are still talking to doctors about next steps. 1:30 pm: The Mets are planning to shut down starter José Quintana for the next three months, reports Mike Puma of The New…

    Mar 13 · MLB Trade Rumors Mets Jose Quintana
  • Jose Quintana To Be Shut Down For Three Months

    New York Mets left-hander Jose Quintana (rib) is expected to be shut down from throwing for at least three months after he was diagnosed last week with a stress fracture on the fifth rib on his left side, according to sources. He would begin throwing again in mid-June at the earliest to ramp up for a return to the starting rotation around the All-Star break. The 34-year-old signed a two-year, $26 million deal with the Mets this offseason. With Quintana now sidelined for an extended period of time, Tylor Megill and David Peterson are the top two candidates to replace the veteran southpaw in New York's Opening Day rotation. Mets officials appear most intrigued by the idea of giving the spot to Megill, who had a 1.93 ERA in five starts to begin the 2022 season before injuries struck.

    Mar 13 · Source via Mets Jose Quintana
  • The Mets' Options If Jose Quintana Misses Time

    The Mets entered spring training with a deep but revamped rotation. Gone were longtime ace Jacob deGrom and steady right-handers Chris Bassitt and Taijuan Walker. In their place, the Mets signed future Hall of Famer Justin Verlander, NPB star Kodai Senga and veteran lefty Jose Quintana, who had a resurgent campaign between the Pirates and…

    Mar 8 · MLB Trade Rumors Mets David Peterson Jose Quintana Tylor Megill Joey Lucchesi Jose Butto Elieser Hernandez
  • Jose Quintana Could Begin Season On Injured List

    New York Mets starting pitcher Jose Quintana (rib) is in danger of missing time after suffering an injury during Sunday's Spring Training contest. The left-hander has been diagnosed with a small stress fracture on his fifth rib on his left side. He has withdrawn from the World Baseball Classic due to this injury. The 34-year-old will head back to New York to get additional imaging done. After that, the Mets should be able to give a better timetable on Quintana. There is a decent chance that he begins the 2023 season on the injured list. Fantasy managers will have to stay tuned for more information.

    Mar 6 · Source via Mets Jose Quintana
  • Jose Quintana Pulled During Sunday's Start

    New York Mets starting pitcher Jose Quintana (side) was forced to exit early during Sunday's Spring Training matchup with the St. Louis Cardinals. The left-hander is set to undergo further testing on Monday to determine the severity of the issue. At the moment, it's uncertain if Quintana will still pitch for Team Colombia in the World Baseball Classic. Fantasy managers are going to have to stay tuned for more information on his status. The 34-year-old was surprisingly solid last season and could be a reliable No. 3 starter for the Mets in 2023.

    Mar 5 · Source via Mets Jose Quintana
  • Mets To Use Six-Man Rotation At Times In 2023

    The New York Mets added pitchers Justin Verlander, Kodai Senga and Jose Quintana this offseason to address their starting-rotation needs. It puts internal options like David Peterson and Tylor Megill on the outside looking in, but the Mets are expected to use a six-man rotation at times this year. They're likely to add a sixth starter to the mix anytime in the schedule where the Mets play on more than 10 straight days. New York's slated Opening Day rotation has an average age of 36, and Senga is used to pitching just once a week in Japan. In addition to Peterson and Megill, Joey Lucchesi and Elieser Hernandez could be in the running to join the rotation when the Mets go to six arms. Verlander and Max Scherzer haven't pitched 14 times on regular rest since the 2019 season due to injuries.

    Mar 2 · Source via Mets Elieser Hernandez Joey Lucchesi Tylor Megill David Peterson Jose Quintana Max Scherzer Kodai Senga Justin Verlander closers
    2023 ATC-$11683.05457728819238353.801.31
    2023 Steamer-$01578.05577125759236333.811.28
    2023 THE BAT-$222115.08881004111613460564.381.37
    2023 Zeile-$21897.95588934971000443.961.31

    Historic stats obtained free of charge from and are copyrighted by Retrosheet. ATC projections by Ariel Cohen. Steamer projections by Steamer Projections Blog. THE BAT projections by Derek Carty. Zeile Consensus projections by FantasyPros.

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