Quentin Devreese

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  • Bats Left, Throws Left

Biographical Information[edit]

Quentin Devreese has played in the First Division and for the Belgian national team.

He debuted for the Louvain-La Neuve Phoenix in 2018, going 0 for 1 the year he turned 15. [1] In '19, he hit .185/.290/.222 in 12 games and had a 27.00 ERA for the Mont-Saint-Guibert Phoenix. [2] He was 0 for 11 for the team in 2021. [3] On Belgium's team for the 2021 U-23 European Championship, he was 3 for 11 with 3 doubles, two walks, a run and a RBI. [4]

Devreese played for Belgium in the 2021 European Championship. He started at DH in their opener, hitting ninth against Austria. He went 0 for 3 against Tobias Kiefer before being lifted for pinch-hitter Zion De Brauwer. His next game, he pinch-ran for Drew Janssen. Versus Great Britain, he pinch-hit for José Luis Larrinaga in the bottom of the eighth with a 11-4 deficit and the bases loaded. He drew a walk from Liam Sabiston to make it 11-5. His last game was against Croatia in the 7th/8th place game. He drew a first-inning walk from Marin Tadić then got plunked in the third and wound up scoring. He grounded out against Slobodan Gales in the 4th then left when Robin Roevens moved to left. [5]