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Jun 21, 2024 6.1 1 8 4.90 17.5
Jun 15, 2024 7.0 1 8 5.09 11.5
Jun 9, 2024 5.0 1 7 5.37 9.5
Jun 2, 2024 6.0 1 7 5.68 2.5
May 27, 2024 5.1 1 6 5.65 8.5

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Player Outlook
Trevor Rogers carried a strong spring into the season, but his hopes of rebounding from a poor 2022 campaign were dashed after four starts. First, Rogers was shelved with a biceps strain, and when he appeared ready to return, the southpaw was diagnosed with a partial tear in his right lat, shutting him down for the season. In his four starts, Rogers was showing signs of improvement, including the introduction of a sinker. It was only 18 innings, but his peripherals were much closer to 2021 than 2022. Because the second injury was to his non-throwing arm, Rogers was able to play catch down the stretch, with plans on continuing to throw into the offseason. He'll enter 2024 as a wild card. Even if Rogers demonstrates 2022 is the outlier, durability is an issue after making only four starts last season and 23 the prior campaign. Rogers is best drafted as a fungible starter, with streaming upside and replaceable if he struggles.

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Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2024 684.5 75.3 1 8 60 32 4.90 1.55
2023 30.57.6 18.0 1 2 19 6 4.00 1.22
2022 1285.6 107.0 4 11 106 45 5.47 1.50
3y Avg. 1609.4 86.0 4 7 94 32 3.87 1.30
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Tosses quality start Friday

    Rogers came away with a no-decision in Friday's 3-2 extra-inning win over the Mariners, giving up two runs on four hits and a walk over 6.1 innings. He struck out five. The southpaw produced his second straight quality start on 90 pitches (58 strikes), but Rogers remains without a win since May 15. He's at least giving himself a better chance of collecting one -- he's lasted at least six innings in three of four starts in June with a 3.33 ERA and 1.03 WHIP, after failing to complete six frames in any of his first 11 outings of the season. Rogers will try to get back in the win column in his next trip to the mound, which is scheduled to come on the road next week in Kansas City.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Completes seven innings in loss

    Rogers (1-8) took the loss to the Nationals on Saturday, allowing two runs on six hits and no walks with three strikeouts over seven innings. Rogers allowed runs on a sacrifice fly by Joey Meneses in the first inning and a solo homer run by Lane Thomas in the third. Rogers logged his longest outing of the season but was outdueled by rookie DJ Herz, who posted six scoreless innings with 13 strikeouts. Rogers had walked four batters in back-to-back contests, so his command Saturday was certainly a positive. He now owns a 5.09 ERA, 1.62 WHIP and 55:31 K:BB on the season and tentatively lines up to face the Mariners next week.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Walk issues persist

    Rogers didn't factor into the decision Sunday against Cleveland, allowing one run on two hits and four walks with five strikeouts across five innings. The lone run charged against Rogers came on a solo homer by Gabriel Arias in the second inning. Although Rogers yielded his fewest hits in a start this season, he had to navigate through plenty of traffic after walking four batters. The southpaw has issued multiple walks in eight straight starts and owns a 5.37 ERA and a 52:31 K:BB over 62.0 innings on the year. He's tentatively schedule to take the mound during a three-game series in Washington next weekend.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Solid after slow start

    Rogers (1-7) took the loss Sunday against Texas, allowing four runs on six hits and two walks over six innings. He struck out three. After a three-start hiatus from the loss column, Rogers fell to his seventh defeat of the season -- tied for the third most in baseball -- Sunday. The southpaw yielded four hits and three runs in the first inning before settling in and keeping the Rangers off the scoreboard until a sixth-inning homer by Adolis Garcia. Rogers owns a 5.68 ERA with a 47:27 K:BB across 57.0 innings this season. He's tentatively scheduled for a Saturday start against the Guardians.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Effective in no-decision

    Rogers allowed one run on six hits and two walks while striking out three batters over 5.1 innings in a no-decision against San Diego on Monday. Rogers allowed a second-inning solo homer to Donovan Solano but otherwise kept the Padres off the scoreboard. He notched just four swings-and-misses and three punchouts but managed to get to within two outs of a quality start. Rogers has struggled mightily this season with a 5.65 ERA through 11 outings, and his mediocre 7.8 K/9 -- which is on pace for a career-worst mark -- has further kept him from being a fantasy asset.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Early exit in no-decision

    Rogers came away with a no-decision in Tuesday's 7-5 loss to the Brewers, giving up four runs on six hits and four walks over 3.2 innings. He struck out four. The lefty threw only 53 of 90 pitches for strikes before leaving the mound, and his final line could have been a lot worse -- Owen Miller and Christian Yelich were thrown out at home in consecutive innings, and Milwaukee stranded runners in scoring position in every frame Rogers pitched. It's the third time in four May starts he's failed to complete four innings, and he's saddled with a 10.05 ERA, 2.58 WHIP and 14:11 K:BB through 14.1 innings on the month. Rogers will look to turn things around in his next outing, which is scheduled to come early next week in San Diego.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Earns first win

    Rogers (1-6) earned the win Wednesday against Detroit, allowing three hits and two walks over five scoreless innings. He struck out six. Rogers was sharp Wednesday, snapping a four-start losing streak while picking up his first win in over a calendar year. The 26-year-old left-hander had given up 12 earned runs over just 5.2 innings in his previous two outings. Rogers now sports a 5.79 ERA with a 1.76 WHIP and 37:19 K:BB across nine starts (42 innings) this season. He's currently slated for a home matchup with Milwaukee in his next start.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Chased early again

    Rogers (0-6) yielded five runs (four earned) on nine hits and two walks over 3.1 innings Friday, striking out three and taking a loss against the Phillies. Rogers gave up two runs in the first three frames before the Phillies piled on three more in the fourth inning. He's been blasted for 12 earned runs in just 5.2 innings over his last two outings, inflating his ERA from 4.31 to 6.57 in the process. Rogers has yet to complete six innings in any start this year and owns a lackluster 31:17 K:BB through 37 frames. His next outing is currently projected to come in Detroit next week.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Rocked for eight runs Saturday

    Rogers (0-5) took the loss Saturday in Oakland, allowing eight runs on eight hits and three walks over just 2.1 innings. Rogers gave up a couple runs in the second inning and then the wheels really came off in the third, as he was tagged for six runs during what turned out to be a 10-run inning for the Athletics. It was a disastrous performance in what should have been a favorable matchup for the left-hander. Rogers will carry a 6.15 ERA into his next start, which is expected to be against the Phillies at home.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Hit with third loss

    Rogers (0-3) took the loss Tuesday against Atlanta, surrendering five runs (three earned) on seven hits and a walk while striking out four batters. Facing an Atlanta lineup that sports a staggering .824 OPS, Rogers only gave up two unearned runs through the first five innings but was promptly pulled after allowing a sac fly and a two-run homer during the sixth. The 26-year-old southpaw holds a 4.10 ERA and 1.52 WHIP through his first five starts and will still be in search of his first win of the year during his next scheduled outing versus the Nationals on Monday.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Moving up to Wednesday

    Rogers will move up a day to start Wednesday versus the Giants, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. Rogers last started Friday, so he will be pitching on regular rest. He's filling in for A.J. Puk, who is battling an illness.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Comes up short Friday

    Rogers (0-2) took the loss Friday as the Marlins were routed 8-1 by Atlanta, giving up two runs on eight hits and a walk over five-plus innings. He struck out five. The 26-year-old got out-dueled by fellow southpaw Max Fried, and Rogers' line could have been a lot worse -- he exited the game with runners on first and second and nobody out in the sixth inning, but George Soriano worked out of the jam. Rogers tossed 56 of 80 pitches for strikes, and he'll take a 4.80 ERA and 14:8 K:BB through 15 innings into his next start, which is scheduled for next week at home against the Giants.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Gets little help in loss

    Rogers (0-1) took the loss Saturday as the Marlins fell 3-1 to the Cardinals, giving up three runs on five hits and three walks over five innings. He struck out three. The 26-year-old southpaw once again had a little trouble finding the plate, tossing 55 of 90 pitches for strikes before exiting, but Miami also didn't score its only run until the eighth inning. Rogers' 5.40 ERA through 10.0 innings is supported by a 9:7 K:BB, but encouragingly he has kept the ball in the park in both his outings so far in 2024. He lines up to make his next start at home against Atlanta next weekend.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Struggles in no-decision

    Rogers did not factor into the decision Sunday, allowing four runs on seven hits and four walks over five innings against the Pirates. He struck out six. Rogers was staked to a five-run lead before he even threw a pitch but surrendered three runs in the second inning and one in the fourth to allow the Pirates to hang around. He was still in line for the win upon exiting the game, but the bullpen allowed five runs as the Marlins were swept in the four-game series. Rogers struck out six, in line with a career strikeout rate of over one per inning, but allowing 11 baserunners through five innings won't get it done moving forward. His second start is tentatively scheduled to take place next weekend in St. Louis against the Cardinals.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Bumpy outing Saturday

    Rogers gave up three runs on four hits and two walks over 3.2 innings in Saturday's Grapefruit League game against the Phillies. He struck out four. It wasn't the crispest performance from the 26-year-old lefty, but he built up to 70 pitches (44 strikes) and appears just about ready for the regular season. Rogers has posted a strong 10:2 K:BB through 8.2 spring innings and hasn't allowed a homer, and after making only four starts in 2023 due to multiple injuries, he heads into the current campaign as one of the Marlins' healthiest rotation options.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Fans five Mets on Monday

    Rogers gave up two hits over three scoreless innings in Monday's Grapefruit League game against the Mets. He struck out five without walking a batter. Making his second start of the spring, the 26-year-old lefty fired 33 of 45 pitches for strikes against what could well have been New York's Opening Day lineup. Rogers is on track to be part of Miami's rotation to begin the season despite being brought along slowly early in camp, but it's not clear what kind of workload he'll be entrusted with after making only six starts across all levels in 2023 and throwing only 27 innings.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Looks good in spring debut

    Rogers gave up one hit over two scoreless innings in Tuesday's Grapefruit League game against the Astros. He struck out one without walking a batter. The 26-year-old southpaw was brought along slowly in camp after making only four big-league starts in 2023 due to injuries, but Rogers was sharp in his first game action of the spring. The Marlins are counting on him to stay healthy this season and regain the form that saw him post a 2.64 ERA, 1.15 WHIP and 28.5 percent strikeout rate over 133 innings in 2021.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Could make spring debut Tuesday

    Rogers looked good in a live batting practice session Thursday and could see his first Grapefruit League action of the spring Tuesday, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. The 26-year-old lefty made only four starts last season due to a variety of injuries, so the Marlins have been cautious with him to begin the spring. Rogers appears to be on track to reclaim a rotation spot, however. "The velo was good. The secondary was great," Miami manager Skip Schumaker said after Thursday's live BP. "We really didn't know what that was going to look like because it has been a while. He was throwing 93-94 mph in a setting with not much adrenaline. To see that and to see the changeup thrown for strikes and the slider was good. A lot of positives." Schumacher indicated Rogers' next outing would come on normal rest, lining him up to get the start Tuesday and giving him enough time to get stretched out prior to Opening Day.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Healthy to begin spring

    Rogers is healthy to begin spring training, but the Marlins intend to bring him along slowly during the early part of camp, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. "It's probably more mental than the physical," manager Skip Schumaker said Thursday about a group of pitchers that also includes Max Meyer and Anthony Bender. "They are healthy physically and trying to get over that mental hurdle of what if they throw too hard or throw too much [or] it's just gonna happen again. It's more of a mental hurdle than anything." Rogers made only four big-league starts last year, getting shut down in April with a bicep strain and then having his recovery derailed in June by a lat tear. With Sandy Alcantara (elbow) set to miss all of 2024, Miami's counting on Rogers to stay healthy and take a regular turn in the rotation, so getting the southpaw to Opening Day in one piece will be the priority.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Still limiting to playing catch

    Rogers (lat) has been playing catch out to 75 feet up to four times per week as of Friday, MLB.com reports. The Marlins haven't officially shut Rogers down for the season, but the 25-year-old southpaw already seems to be turning his focus to getting healthy for spring training after suffering a partial tear of his right lat in early June while he was on a rehab assignment. Rogers, who was initially placed on the injured list April 21 with a left biceps strain, is expected to continue his throwing progression through the end of the season even though the Marlins seemingly don't have plans to activate him.
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