Outfielder Carlos Quentin may make his debut with the San Diego Padres on Monday when the Padres open a series against at the Chicago Cubs, manager Bud Black said Sunday. "There's a chance you might see him in Chicago," Padres manager Bud Black said Sunday. "There's a chance you could see him in the field." The Padres acquired Quentin from the White Sox on Dec. 31 for two minor-leaguers. He has been sidelined since March 19 when he had arthroscopic surgery on his right knee. He has been on a minor-league rehabilitation assignment with Class A Lake Elsinore and Class AAA Tucson. He has a combined .438 batting average in nine games with two homers and nine RBIs. Quentin was not scheduled to play for Lake Elsinore on Sunday, Black said, and the team was looking into flights for him to Chicago. The Padres were in the final game of a three-game series at the New York Mets. He already had one minor-league rehab, which ended prematurely when he felt knee soreness.