José Quintana has a new team in the MLB (Major League Baseball) and will join the Pittsburgh Pirates from the San Francisco Giants.
Free-agent pitcher Jose Quintana in agreement with the Pittsburgh Pirates, pending physical, according to sources familiar with the situation.
— Robert Murray (@ByRobertMurray) November 21, 2021
The left-handed pitcher will sign for a year with the ninth in Pennsylvania for a total of two million dollars, according to Jake Crouse, a reporter for ‘MLB.com’, after his short-lived stint in the California franchise.
Quintana was in free agent status and during the Major League Baseball break for the American winter he played in the Dominican Baseball League for the Águilas Cibaeñas.
The 2021 season was not the best for the 32-year-old athlete, who started ten times receiving three defeats and zero victories. He was present in 63 innings and caused 85 strikeouts.
In his MLB career, the Bolivarian will join his fifth team. The other teams where he made his mark were the Chicago White Sox, the Chicago Cubs, the Los Angeles Angels and the San Francisco Giants.