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Jose Quintana bounces back after brutal outing

Mar 24, 2014, 10:47 AM EDT

Jose Quintana White Sox AP

Last week White Sox left-hander Jose Quintana had one of the worst starts you’ll ever see, allowing all nine batters he faced to reach base and score while recording zero outs before being yanked.

He also struggled in earlier outings this spring and finished that game with a 30.00 ERA overall, but Quintana insisted afterward that he felt fine physically and bounced back yesterday with five shutout innings against the Rockies.

That sliced his ERA from 30.00 to 16.36 and more importantly gave the White Sox reason to stop worrying about one of their best pitchers heading into the season as a mess. Spring training performances: Still not all that important, usually.

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