Paul Quantrill is a Canadian former professional baseball right-handed relief pitcher. While playing for the Toronto Blue Jays for six seasons (1992–2005), he spent 14 years in Major League Baseball (MLB).
Quantrill pitched in at least 80 games five times, four of which he led his league in, and he never walked more than 25 batters in a season after 1996.
Los Angeles Dodgers selected Quantrill in the 26th round, 660th overall, of the 1986 MLB draft, but he did not sign. On July 20, 1992, he made his main league debut for the Boston Red Sox after three years at Wisconsin. He was picked again in the sixth round of the 1989 MLB draft, 161st overall.
It took Quantrill several years of alternating between the bullpen and the starting rotation before he finally established himself as a reliable reliever. While playing with the Toronto Blue Jays of Ontario, he had his best years.
During the 2009, 2013, and 2017 editions of the World Baseball Classics, Quantrill was a member of the coaching staff for Team Canada.
Where Does Paul Quantrill Live?
Paul Quantrill, a former professional bullpen pitcher in the major leagues of baseball, has been residing in Port Hope, in the province of Ontario, ever since he retired.