Hardball Talk "Padres manager Bud Black says outfielder Carlos Quentin could begin the season on the disabled list, Dennis Lin of U-T San Diego reports. Quentin had surgery to remove loose bodies from his right knee last September, but it is his other knee that is bothering him now. The outfielder recently said..." March 29
#Padres OF Carlos Quentin was a late scratch with a sore left knee. Surgery was on right knee. Team felt no need to push him in a ST game.
Bud Black said Carlos Quentin's spring debut is "right around the corner, in a couple days."
#Padres Carlos Quentin got knee surgery today. Not microfracture. Doctors went in to clear debris and floating particles.
CBSSports.com "A few weeks ago my colleague Scott Miller reported that Padres outfielder Carlos Quentin might be done for the season due to his balky right knee. And now that has come to fruition as Miller reports that Quentin is done for the season and needs surgery on his knee. Both of Quentin's knee are..." August 29
CBSSports.com "Aging and aching Padres slugger Carlos Quentin may already be finished for the season. Quentin who last played on July 30 received the third of three lubricant injections in his right knee in Los Angeles on Thursday. The club will see how Quentin responds over the next week to 10 days Padres..." August 17
Hardball Talk "Carlos Quentin hasn’t played since July 30 because of a knee injury and Corey Brock of MLB.com reports that the Padres have “growing concern as to when Quentin will play again this season.” Quentin who had offseason surgery on the same knee tested the knee recently with some physical activity..." August 16
Padres updated lineup v Reds. Quentin scratched with "tweak of left knee". http://t.co/vIzqMQOJKS
One of the players BAL has talked about internally is Carlos Quentin of the Padres who is signed through 2015 for about $24m guaranteed.
#Padres Carlos Quentin (sore right wrist) is back in the starting lineup tonight. He has the fifth-best road BA (.333) in the NL.
#Padres Carlos Quentin isn't in the starting lineup tonight. Has a sore right wrist. Does not sound serious.
Quentin says he is hoping to play this series and "get it behind me". Banged up after colliding with wall Sunday
@followthepadres Carlos Quentin back in the lineup tonight, batting fourth.
San Diego Union-Tribune "Previously struggling right-hander Edinson Volquez blanked Milwaukee on five hits over seven innings Wednesday night and Carlos Quentin launched a home run onto the third balcony of the Western Metal Supply Co. building to lead the Padres to a 2-1 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers before 17,205..." April 25
San Diego Union-Tribune "Carlos Quentin said he was happy to be back, and we had to take his word for it because it appeared that his smile was still suspended. The Padres left fielder finds fielding questions about charging Zack Greinke to be almost as pleasant as passing a kidney stone, so before the game, I tried to..." April 24
Sporting News "San Diego Padres left fielder Carlos Quentin will be back in the lineup tonight, having served his eight-game suspension for his role in the recent brawl with the Los Angeles Dodgers. “I’m ready to resume baseball,” Quentin told The San Diego Union-Tribune. “I hope it’s behind us. I know it’s..." April 23
Quentin announces that he has dropped his appeal of his 8 game suspension and will begin serving it today. #Padres
San Diego Union-Tribune "Don’t expect to see Carlos Quentin playing in Los Angeles next week. Major League Baseball is expediting Quentin’s appeal of his eight-game suspension for charging Dodgers pitcher Zack Greinke at Petco Park Thursday night. A ruling on the appeal – and a possible reduction of the eight-game..." April 14
True Blue L.A. "Matt Kemp was one of the most vocal Dodgers on the field during the brawl with the Padres on Thursday night, and it spilled over into the tunnel leading to both the players parking lot and where the Dodgers team bus was parked in an altercation with Carlos Quentin. "I'm always going to be..." April 13
Los Angeles Times "The pitch by Zack Greinke that struck Carlos Quentin on the biceps appeared innocent enough. The Dodgers were ahead of the San Diego Padres by only a run. There were no outs in the sixth inning. The count was full. But Quentin charged the mound and sparked a Thursday night melee that could..." April 12
San Diego Union-Tribune "Carlos Quentin and Zack Greinke have a history. To fully understand what happened Thursday night at Petco Park, you have to know the history. “This was more about a personal relationship,” Padres manager Bud Black said Friday as he reflected on the two brawls that erupted in the bottom of..." April 12
Padres manager Bud Black on Carlos Quentin: X-ray came back looking good. Ball got him just above right wrist.
Padres Quentin hit on right wrist by a pitch. Trainer and Bud Black out to take a look. He's coming out of the game.
San Diego Union-Tribune "Andrew Cashner and Carlos Quentin took positive steps Tuesday toward manning spots on the Opening Day roster. But Logan Forsythe appears to be headed for the disabled list rather than subbing for Chase Headley at the start of the season. The plantar fasciitis in Forsythe’s right foot flared..." March 27
Quentin . . . mild discomfort in his right knee. Scratched Monday
CSN Bay Area "Brandon Belt had an angry, red bruise just above his right hip. Ryan Vogelsong was even angrier. The Giants' intense right-hander was incensed that Belt was hit in what the Giants viewed as a clear retaliatory act in the fourth inning of a 7-1 loss to the San Diego Padres on..." August 20
San Diego Union-Tribune "The Padres and outfielder Carlos Quentin have reached agreement on a three-year contract extension. The deal was scheduled to be announced at a Petco Park news conference before Sunday's game against the Colorado Rockies. Quentin, who starred at University of San Diego High School, is in his..." July 22
CBSSports.com "Power-hitting outfielder Carlos Quentin and the Padres are on the verge of completing a extension which will keep him in San Diego and take him off the trade block, people familiar with the talks told CBSSports.com. The deal is believed to be worth about $27 million over three years and..." July 22
CBSSports.com "The Padres are now planning to try to extend veteran stars Carlos Quentin and Huston Street with new long-term deals and are likely to make a push to do sometime this month, before the July 31 trade deadline. Both players have been mentioned prominently as trade candidates, but both are said to..." July 20
CBSSports.com "Padres outfielder Carlos Quentin, who just may be the best hitter dealt this month, has drawn trade interest from the Reds, Indians and Pirates, among others, according to sources. It's no secret why Quentin would be popular as a trade target, as many contending teams could use a corner..." July 09
Fox Sports "The Pittsburgh Pirates are in first place. Clearly, they intend to stay there. Major-league sources told FOXSports.com the Pirates have had preliminary trade discussions regarding two power-hitting outfielders, San Diego's Carlos Quentin and Arizona's Justin Upton. Talent evaluators from those..." July 08
Detroit News "It's easy to say the biggest issue the Tigers have to solve as the trade market heats up this month is second base. The position, manned primarily by Ramon Santiago, Ryan Raburn and Danny Worth, ranks among the worst in the American League offensively by any number of stats: .204 average, .278..." July 03
San Diego Union-Tribune "Standing on first base in the top of the 10th inning, Chase Headley had given himself the green light. To be sure, he looked for the green light from manager Bud Black, who gave him a little wink and a nod. Interestingly, too, one other guy had given Headley the green light. Carlos..." June 26
San Diego Union-Tribune "Some of the wildest speculation in baseball right now concerns Carlos Quentin and where the left fielder might be playing after the trading deadline. Quentin wouldn't mind remaining a Padre – this season and beyond. "I don't really have a say in that right now, but a lot of things I'm seeing..." June 20
Fox Sports "Many in the industry expect that the Padres will trade left fielder Carlos Quentin, but the team is in such a fluid position, no assumption is safe. I've mentioned a few times recently that the Padres might be forced to move Quentin if they are not under new ownership before the July 31..." June 19
San Diego Union-Tribune "Carlos Quentin is clearly the Padres biggest threat. Quentin's two-run homer in Oakland Saturday afternoon gave him six in 48 at-bats as a Padre. He also has 13 RBI and 11 extra-base hits in 14 starts. Since joining the Padres in Chicago on May 28, Quentin has hit .417 with a .541 on-base..." June 17
CBSSports.com "The Toronto Blue Jays are expected to be among the teams targeting Padres hot-hitting outfielder Carlos Quentin if, as expected, he's made available. The Blue Jays are said to have long liked Quentin. They had talks this winter about several then-White Sox players, including pitcher Gavin..." June 08
San Diego Union-Tribune "Look, it ticks me off that the only place in San Diego I get to see Adrian Gonzalez is on Taco Bell cups. So it is with much reluctance that I submit Carlos Quentin as trade bait. I surely enjoyed the seventh episode of the Carlos Quentin Show, even if his presence was not enough to avoid..." June 07
San Diego Union-Tribune "For the first 50 games of the season, the Padres wondered what their fortunes might have been had they had Carlos Quentin and Logan Forsythe in the lineup. Tuesday night they got an indication. Forsythe gave the Padres a 6-5, walk-off victory with the first home run of his major league..." June 06
San Diego Union-Tribune "Reason No. (Who's Counting?) as to why there are no sports like San Diego sports. Homegrown Padre Carlos Quentin misses the season's first 49 games with a bum knee, finally gets to play in Chicago and whips the Cubs into gummy bears. He hits three home runs, scores five times, drives in six..." June 04
San Diego Union-Tribune "With one of his first swings of the bat, Carlos Quentin showed why the Padres traded for him, why they've envisioned since New Year's Eve that he'd be their cleanup hitter. And why ... and just how much ... he's been missed. Ultimately, though, the game also would prove why the long-awaited..." May 29
San Diego Union-Tribune "This almost qualified as cruel and unusual punishment -- what with all the extraodinary difficulty the Padres already had endured since before Opening Day -- to have to chase a fluttering knuckleball around all afternoon. So consider it even more impactful -- merciful, really -- that the Padres..." May 28
Chicago Tribune "Outfielder Carlos Quentin may make his debut with the San Diego Padres on Monday when the Padres open a series against at the Chicago Cubs, manager Bud Black said Sunday. "There's a chance you might see him in Chicago," Padres manager Bud Black said Sunday. "There's a chance you could see him..." May 28
San Diego Union-Tribune "Help is on the way, although it is still more than a week away. Carlos Quentin is scheduled to start an extended rehab assignment with Triple-A Tucson Tuesday. The left fielder, who had arthroscopic surgery on his right knee March 19 to repair the meniscus and remove floating particles, will..." May 01
San Diego Union-Tribune "The Padres acquired Carlos Quentin last December to bolster an offense that ranked last in the major leagues in home runs and third-to-last in runs scored. Now they will go at least the first two weeks of the regular season without their projected cleanup hitter. The club announced Saturday..." March 18
Chicago Tribune "Call it rebuilding, retooling or maybe even reinvesting, but this is your White Sox offseason so far: They have lost No. 1 starter Mark Buehrle and starting left fielder Juan Pierre to free agency, and closer Sergio Santos and starting right fielder Carlos Quentin in trade. Of course, they also..." January 01
Chicago Sun-Times "Sergio Santos, gone. Mark Buehrle, gone. Carlos Quentin —he gone, too. By trading Quentin to the San Diego Padres for two minor-league pitchers Saturday, the White Sox have said goodbye to their closer, their Opening Day starting pitcher and their cleanup man. Are they making room for Cuban..." January 01
Chicago Tribune "The Chicago White Sox traded outfielder Carlos Quentin and his potential $8 million salary to the San Diego Padres for a pair of pitching prospects. The Sox received right-hander Simon Castro and lefty Pedro Hernandez, neither of whom has appeared in the big leagues. Castro, 23, went 7-8..." December 31