List of Major League Baseball players (Q)

The following is a list of Major League Baseball players, retired or active. As of the end of the 2011 season, there have been 45 players with a last name that begins with Q who have been on a major league roster at some point.

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Name Debut Final game Position Teams Ref
Chad Qualls July 22, 2004 Pitcher Houston Astros, Arizona Diamondbacks, Tampa Bay Rays, San Diego Padres [1]
Jim Qualls May 10, 1969 May 28, 1972 Outfielder Chicago Cubs, Montreal Expos, Chicago White Sox [2]
Tom Qualters September 13, 1953 September 25, 1958 Pitcher Philadelphia Phillies, Chicago White Sox [3]
Paul Quantrill July 20, 1992 September 27, 2005 Pitcher Boston Red Sox, Philadelphia Phillies, Toronto Blue Jays, Los Angeles Dodgers, New York Yankees, San Diego Padres, Florida Marlins [4]
Bill Quarles May 21, 1891 September 9, 1893 Pitcher Washington Statesmen, Boston Beaneaters [5]
Billy Queen April 13, 1954 April 25, 1954 Outfielder Milwaukee Braves [6]
Mel Queen (P) April 18, 1942 May 1, 1952 Pitcher New York Yankees, Pittsburgh Pirates [7]
Mel Queen (P/OF) April 13, 1964 July 21, 1972 Pitcher Cincinnati Reds, California Angels [8]
George Quellich August 1, 1931 August 16, 1931 Outfielder Detroit Tigers [9]
Carlos Quentin July 20, 2006 Outfielder Arizona Diamondbacks, Chicago White Sox [10]
Joe Quest August 30, 1871 July 12, 1886 Second baseman Cleveland Forest Citys, Indianapolis Blues, Chicago White Stockings, Detroit Wolverines, St. Louis Browns, Pittsburgh Alleghenys, Philadelphia Athletics (AA) [11]
Rubén Quevedo April 14, 2000 September 28, 2003 Pitcher Chicago Cubs, Milwaukee Brewers [12]
Eddie Quick September 28, 1903 September 28, 1903 Pitcher New York Highlanders [13]
Hal Quick September 7, 1939 September 28, 1939 Shortstop Washington Senators [14]
Frank Quillici July 18, 1965 September 29, 1970 Utility infielder Minnesota Twins [15]
Lee Quillen September 30, 1906 August 14, 1907 Third baseman Chicago White Sox [16]
Quinlan, first name unknown September 7, 1874 September 7, 1874 Shortstop Philadelphia White Stockings [17]
Finners Quinlan September 6, 1913 July 15, 1915 Outfielder St. Louis Cardinals, Chicago White Sox [18]
Frank Quinlan October 5, 1891 October 5, 1891 Utility player Boston Reds (AA) [19]
Robb Quinlan July 28, 2003 June 25, 2010 Utility infielder Anaheim Angels/Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim [20]
Tom Quinlan September 4, 1990 April 6, 1996 Third baseman Toronto Blue Jays, Philadelphia Phillies, Minnesota Twins [21]
Quinn, first name unknown September 9, 1875 September 17, 1875 Outfielder Brooklyn Atlantics [22]
Frank Quinn (OF) August 9, 1899 October 2, 1899 Outfielder Chicago Orphans [23]
Frank Quinn (P) May 29, 1949 April 26, 1950 Pitcher Boston Red Sox [24]
Jack Quinn April 15, 1909 July 7, 1933 Pitcher New York Highlanders, Boston Braves, Baltimore Terrapins, Chicago White Sox, New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox, Philadelphia Athletics, Brooklyn Robins/Dodgers, Cincinnati Reds [25]
Joe Quinn (C) September 7, 1881 September 27, 1881 Catcher Boston Red Caps, Worcester Ruby Legs [26]
Joe Quinn (2B) April 26, 1884 July 23, 1901 Second baseman St. Louis Maroons, Boston Beaneaters, Boston Reds (PL), St. Louis Browns (NL), Baltimore Orioles (19th century), Cleveland Spiders, Cincinnati Reds, St. Louis Cardinals, Washington Senators [27]
John Quinn October 9, 1911 October 9, 1911 Catcher Philadelphia Phillies [28]
Mark Quinn September 14, 1999 June 7, 2002 Outfielder Kansas City Royals [29]
Paddy Quinn July 26, 1871 June 21, 1877 Catcher Fort Wayne Kekiongas, Keokuk Westerns, Hartford Dark Blues, Chicago White Stockings [30]
Tad Quinn September 27, 1902 May 14, 1903 Pitcher Philadelphia Athletics [31]
Tom Quinn September 2, 1886 October 4, 1890 Catcher Pittsburgh Alleghenys, Baltimore Orioles (19th century), Pittsburgh Burghers [32]
Wimpy Quinn June 8, 1941 September 25, 1941 Pitcher Chicago Cubs [33]
Luis Quiñones May 27, 1983 April 11, 1992 Utility infielder Oakland Athletics, San Francisco Giants, Chicago Cubs, Cincinnati Reds, Minnesota Twins [34]
Rey Quiñones May 17, 1986 July 21, 1989 Shortstop Boston Red Sox, Seattle Mariners, Pittsburgh Pirates [35]
Carlos Quintana September 16, 1988 October 3, 1993 First baseman Boston Red Sox [36]
Luis Quintana July 9, 1974 June 28, 1975 Pitcher California Angels [37]
Omar Quintanilla July 31, 2005 Utility infielder Colorado Rockies, Texas Rangers, New York Mets, Baltimore Orioles [38]
Humberto Quintero September 3, 2003 Catcher San Diego Padres, Houston Astros [39]
Marshall Quinton August 7, 1884 June 25, 1885 Catcher Richmond Virginians, Philadelphia Athletics (AA) [40]
Rafael Quirico June 25, 1996 June 25, 1996 Pitcher Philadelphia Phillies [41]
Art Quirk April 17, 1962 May 22, 1963 Pitcher Baltimore Orioles, Washington Senators (1961–1971) [42]
Jamie Quirk September 4, 1975 October 4, 1992 Catcher Kansas City Royals, Milwaukee Brewers, St. Louis Cardinals, Chicago White Sox, Cleveland Indians, New York Yankees, Oakland Athletics, Baltimore Orioles [43]
Guillermo Quiróz September 4, 2004 Catcher Toronto Blue Jays, Seattle Mariners, Texas Rangers, Baltimore Orioles [44]
Dan Quisenberry July 8, 1979 April 23, 1990 Pitcher Kansas City Royals, St. Louis Cardinals, San Francisco Giants [45]

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