White Sox sign Quintana to five year extension
By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)
3/25/2014 (4 years ago)
Catholic Online (https://www.catholic.org)
The Chicago White Sox has announced that they've signed left-handed pitcher Jose Quintana to a five year extension.
Quintana has made a five year extension on his contract, with options to renew in 2019 and 2020.
LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) - The deal has a couple of options for the club. If Quintana is eligible for arbitration following the 2014 season, then he would be guaranteed $26.5 million over the five years. The White Sox would be able to extend in 2019 at $10.5 million and 2020 at $11.5 million. If these options are declined, Quintana would then be eligible for a $1.0 million buyout.
However, if Quintana is not eligible for arbitration after 2014 then the price drops a few million down to $21.0 million. Extensions would remain the same for 2019-'20, and the buyout would remain the same.
Quintana, a Colombian ball player was brought into the Major Leagues by the White Sox in 2012, and had his first full season in 2013, but has played in the minors since 2006.
In MLB he is 9-7 with an earned run average of 3.51. He has 165 strikeouts and leads the MLB with 17 no decisions over 33 starts in 2013. He is tied for first among American League left-handers in starts, third in runners per 9.0 innings played, fifth in earned run averages, sixth for strikeouts, and seventh in innings played. He also holds an American League record of 17 no decisions, three of which resulted from 7.0-plus scoreless innings played.
The White Sox locked down another left handed pitcher in 2013, Chris Sale, for $32.5 million for a five year extension with options in 2018-'19. Sale has played with the White Sox since 2010, and is one of five MLB players to play the same year as they were drafted. Sale will also start as pitcher for the White Sox Opening Day on March 31 against Minnesota. He has a 2.97 earned run average
Copyright 2018 - Distributed by THE CALIFORNIA NETWORK
Pope Francis Prayer Intentions for APRIL 2018
For those who have Responsibility in Economic Matters. That economists may have the courage to reject any economy of exclusion and know how to open new paths.
The 2018 Olympic Games have opened in Pyeongchang, South Korea. The opening ceremonies saw the North and South Korean teams enter the ... continue reading
Super Bowl Sunday. It's as American as apple pie, but in recent years, controversy has erupted over the beloved American pastime and - ... continue reading
The Chicago Cubs have won the 2016 World Series in a 10-inning game, beating the Cleveland Indians 4-3. The win breaks a 108-year losing ... continue reading
The world lost a great human being and legendary sportsman in Arnold Palmer. The golfer passed away on September 25, a day before he was to ... continue reading
On Sept. 2, Dodger Stadium served as the center of a massive Venn diagram of local Catholics and lifelong fans of the Los Angeles Dodgers, ... continue reading
by Catholic Online
- California bill that could BAN THE BIBLE advances
- Death threats for opposing gay marriage? Florist appeals to Supreme Court
- Daily Readings for Saturday, April 21, 2018
- Has California just voted to ban the BIBLE? HD Video
- St. Anselm: Saint of the Day for Saturday, April 21, 2018
- Five things Catholics can do to promote international religious freedom
- Daily Reading for Monday, April 23rd, 2018 HD Video
- Daily Reading for Sunday, April 22nd, 2018 HD
- Global Warming threatening Europe with colder weather HD
- The Memorare HD
- God Alone Suffices HD
Learn about Catholic world
Inform - Inspire - Ignite
Catholic Online Saints
Your saints explained
Catholic Online Prayers
Prayers for every need
Catholic Online Bible
Complete bible online
Catholic Online News
Your news Catholic eye
Today's bible reading
Products and services we offer
Catholic Online Shopping
Catholic medals, gifts & books
The California Network
Inspiring streaming service
Learn the Catholic way
Teacher lesson plans & resources
Support Free Education
Tax deductible support Free education