Carlos Quentin 18 | Left Field

San Diego Padres

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Apr 20, 2014 Subscribe 
News: Quentin (knee) will head to the team's extended spring training facility Thursday or Friday, rather than at the start of the week. Impact: It's a tiny nuance in Quentin's rehab schedule. "I think he's going to go on Thursday or Friday," manager Bud Black said. "He's going to start doing baseball activities over there. He'll go out and practice with that group and do on-the-field drills, batting practice. We have our trainers and therapists over there." Quentin is still a few weeks away from returning from the DL.(RotoWire, )
Fri. Apr 18, 2014
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,'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
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
ON 15-DAY DL (Left knee soreness)