Carlos Quentin 18 | Left Field

San Diego Padres

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Fri. Apr 18, 2014 Subscribe 
News: Manager Bud Black expects Quentin (knee) to head to extended spring training during the Padres' upcoming 10-day road trip, which begins Monday in Milwaukee, the team's official site reports. Impact: Quentin is still limited to batting practice and running on an anti-gravity treadmill, but the outfielder is drawing closer to running on the field. If all goes well and a setback is avoided in extended spring outings, a rehab assignment will soon follow. In the meantime, though, Seth Smith should get the nod most days in left field.(RotoWire, )
Wed. Apr 16, 2014
News: Quentin (knee) has no chance of being ready to start a minor league game this weekend, and it's looking like it will be closer to 7-10 days before he sees game action in his rehab, MLB.com's Corey Brock reports. Impact: He took batting practice on the field on Monday, but a rehab assignment will have to wait. Quentin, sadly, is a designated hitter stuck in the National League, so while he can no doubt swing the bat, his legs are the big problem with investing too much in him from a fantasy perspective.(RotoWire, )
Mon. Apr 14, 2014
News: Quentin (knee) took batting practice on the field Monday, marking the latest step in his recovery progression, the Padres' official website reports. Impact: Quentin hit in a cage each of the previous five days, and the switch to on-field batting practice indicates that he's one step closer to a return. Manager Bud Black previously hinted that Quentin wouldn't hit on the field until at least Tuesday, so the outfielder is perhaps a day or two ahead of schedule. While the recent news is good, the Padres still haven't laid out a timetable for Quentin's rehab assignment or eventual return to the majors.(RotoWire, )
Sat. Apr 12, 2014
News: Quentin (knee) has been running on an anti-gravity treadmill and hitting in a cage, and Padres manager Bud Black indicated Friday that the outfielder could hit on a field as soon as Tuesday, the San Diego Union-Tribune reports. Impact: Quentin seems to be honing in on the next step of his recovery but will likely still require a rehab assignment before joining the Padres. While a late April return is still quite possible, the slugger is probably past the point of having any shot to return before the final 7-to-10 days of the month.(RotoWire, )
Carlos Quentin
2014 Season
No 2014 Stats Available
Bio
Ht: 6' 1"  Wt: 235  Age: 31
Bats: R  Throws: R
Born: 8/28/1982, Bellflower, California
College: Stanford
Debut: 2006
Salary: $9,500,000
Injury Status
3/25/2014
ON 15-DAY DL (Left knee soreness)