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Quintana Keeps Rolling Along

Jose Quintana, who is currently in his first season with low-A Tampa, has had a great year on the bump while sharing multiple roles in the Yankees bullpen and starting rotation. As the left-handed pitcher continues to have success, he gives thanks to his new-look changeup and a continuing concentration of pounding the strike zone.

Jose Quintana, who stands at 6-foot-0 and 170-pounds, is in his second full-season stint in the United States after playing in the Venezuelan [with the Mets] and Dominican Summer League. When life in America became reality, Quintana found himself heading to Charleston after 15 games played with the Gulf Coast League squad in 2010. Pitching in only five games in Charleston, he put up stagnant...

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