The New York Yankees selected Cal Quantrill, the son of major leaguer Paul Quantrill, in the 26th round (794th overall) of the 2013 amateur draft.
In 2013, he participated in the World Junior Championships without signing a contract and pitched for Canada; his 3.12 ERA matched the team average exactly.
The San Diego Padres selected him in the first round of the 2016 amateur draft with the eighth overall pick after he continued his education at Stanford University.
He was the first freshman to start on the first day at Stanford since Mike Mussina, but as a sophomore, he needed Tommy John surgery.
After being drafted the next year, he returned and managed to finish his engineering degree in just three years.
With the AZL Padres, he began his professional career. In that inaugural season, he also made starts for the Fort Wayne Wizards and Tri-City Dust Devils.
He was chosen for the 2017 Futures Game World team. He made 22 starts that season with the Class A Lake Elsinore Storm and the AA San Antonio Missions, going 7-10 with a 3.80 ERA.
He pitched 148 innings in 28 starts for San Antonio and the AAA El Paso Chihuahuas in 2018, finishing 9-6 with a 4.80 ERA.
He subsequently began the 2019 campaign by going 3-1 with a 5.40 ERA in his first five starts for El Paso, and on May 1st, he was called up to play in the main leagues for the first time.
He lost his opening game 5-1 after allowing 2 runs over 5 2/3 innings against the Atlanta Braves.
Cal Quantrill Contract
With the Cleveland Guardians, Cal Quantrill agreed to a one-year, $2,510,000 deal that included a $2,510,000 guarantee.
Cal Quantrill Salary
Cal Quantrill’s average annual pay is $2,510,000. Quantrill’s base salary in 2022 will be $2,510,000.
Cal Quantrill Net Worth
Cal Quantrill has a net worth estimation of $1 million to $5 million