Paul John Quantrill
- Bats Left, Throws Right
- Height 6' 1", Weight 185 lb.
- School University of Wisconsin-Madison
- High School Okemos High School
- Debut July 20, 1992
- Final Game September 27, 2005
- Born November 3, 1968 in London, ON CAN
Paul Quantrill played in the Majors from 1992 until 2005 as a pitcher with Boston Red Sox, the Philadelphia Phillies, the Toronto Blue Jays, the Los Angeles Dodgers, the New York Yankees, the San Diego Padres and the Florida Marlins. With a career total of 841 games pitched, he holds the career record for Canadian pitchers.
Quantrill was first drafted in 1986 in the 26th round by the Los Angeles Dodgers, and went again in the sixth round in 1989 by the Boston Red Sox. His first appearance with the Red Sox was on July 20, 1992.
Paul Quantrill announced his retirement on March 4, 2006 effective after the 2006 World Baseball Classic. He was inducted into the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum on June 19, 2010. He coached for Canada in the 2010 World Junior Championship, 2013 World Baseball Classic, 2015 Pan American Games (when Canada won the Gold, becoming the second nation - after Cuba - to win two baseball Golds in the Pan American Games) and 2015 Premier 12.
In 2013 Quantrill was a consultant for the Blue Jays.
Quantrill's son Cal Quantrill was drafted by the New York Yankees in the 26th round of 2013 amateur draft and again in the 1st round (8th overall) of the 2016 amateur draft, by the San Diego Padres, reaching the major leagues in 2019.
- AL All-Star (2001)
- 4-time League Games Pitched Leader (2001/AL, 2002/NL, 2003/NL & 2004/AL)