The deal also includes a mutual option for 2016 for the San Diego outfielder.
The Padres' move to sign Quentin is something of a surprise, as he was seen as a prime trade candidate this month. The signing is a big step for the Padres, a low-revenue team that's long been unable to sign stars to multiyear deals due to finances.
So, the updates are done and Quentin is staying in his hometown.
Analysis: This is a great move for the Padres as they have someone who will provide veteran leadership in the clubhouse.
Known as one of the better power-hitting outfielders in the National League, Quentin is currently in a funk at Petco Park, which isn't exactly hitter-friendly.
But history has shown that Quentin does have power, as he's hit 107 home runs over the last four seasons.
So, where does he go?
That's where Bleacher Report and I come in.
No longer will you need to search out multiple sites to find the latest and greatest rumor. It will all be here.
So, here's a look at the latest rumors on Quentin.
Note: This will no longer be updated as Quentin is staying.