Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Jose Quintana hit the first extra-base hit of his career on Friday afternoon.
Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Jose Quintana hit the first extra-base hit of his career on Friday afternoon.

WATCH: Jose Quintana drives in run with first career extra-base hit


by - Senior Writer -

CHICAGO — With his first career extra-base hit, Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Jose Quintana drove in a run against the Milwaukee Brewers on Friday. Quintana drilled a double into the gap between left field and center field and plated Cubs third baseman David Bote.

Quintana tallied his third RBI of the season on the 2-bagger, which came in the bottom of the second at Wrigley Field off Brewers starter Chase Anderson. Bote, who doubled in the previous at-bat, crossed the plate on the double and put the Cubs up 3-0.

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