Staff Paul Quantrill (Terriers Baseball)

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Paul Quantrill

  • Drafted by the Dodgers out of HS in the 26th round
  • Graduated from the University of Wisconsin where he played NCAA D1 baseball on scholarship 
  • Drafted again in 1989 in the 6th round by the Red Sox and signed
  • Made his MLB debut in 1992 and went on to strike out 725 batters in his career
  • Selected to the MLB All- Star Game in 2001
  • Surpassing Fergie Jenkins, Quantrill pitched in 841  games- most ever by a Canadian in the history of MLB
  • Holds the Yankees record for most games pitched in a season(86, 2004)
  • Lead the league in appearances in 2001, 2002+2003
  • Did not walk more than 25 batters in a season through the final 10 years of his career
  • Will be inducted into the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame on June 19, 2010
  • Paul regularly speaks and reads to kids at various schools , including Camp Enterprise (Trent University) for Entrepreneurs of Tomorrow
  • He is a popular guest speaker at Baseball Ontario and Baseball Quebec clinics