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Sep 27, 2022 4 8 4.88 31 4
Sep 24, 2022 4 8 4.99 31 1
Sep 20, 2022 4 8 5.07 31 -10
Sep 16, 2022 4 7 4.53 31 7.5
Sep 13, 2022 3 7 4.45 31 3.5

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2022 316.54.9 62.7 4 8 31 81 18 4.88 1.15
2021 146.53.7 40.3 2 4 9 59 8 3.35 1.14
2020 894.2 20.0 2 4 9 24 4 4.05 1.50
3y Avg. 1985 43.0 2 4 16 58 8 3.14 1.14
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  • Brewers' Taylor Rogers: Tallies win in blown save

    Rogers (4-7) gave up one earned run on two hits and no walks while striking out one over one inning to tally the win in a 7-6 victory over the Yankee on Friday. Rogers came in to protect a one-run lead in the top of the ninth and he promptly blew the save by giving up a solo home run to Josh Donaldson, which hit the left-field foul pole. He then gave up a no-outs double to Oswaldo Cabrera but settled down to retire the side. Despite blowing his ninth save of the season, Rogers picked up the win thanks to a Brewers walkoff victory in the bottom of the inning. Rogers has an ERA of 4.91 in 18.1 innings pitched since being acquired by Milwaukee at the trade deadline.
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  • Brewers' Taylor Rogers: Records 31st save

    Rogers picked up the save in Game 2 of Thursday's doubleheader against San Francisco, striking out all three batters he faced in a 4-2 win. With Devin Williams recording the save in Game 1, Rogers was called upon to close out the nightcap and needed just 13 pitches to strike out the side. It was his 31st save of the season and third since joining Milwaukee. Rogers had poor showings in each of his previous two outings -- giving up two homers and allowing five runs (four earned) in one inning -- but was able to bounce back Thursday with a dominant performance. Since joining the Brewers he's compiled a 5.65 ERA, 1.26 WHIP and 23:5 K:BB in 14.1 innings.
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  • Brewers' Taylor Rogers: Implodes Tuesday

    Rogers (3-7) allowed four runs (three earned) on two hits and a walk to blow the save and take a loss Tuesday versus the Rockies. Rogers was called upon to protect a 7-6 lead in the bottom of the 10th frame, but he failed to hold the lead. He surrendered an RBI double to Yonathan Daza to open the frame before Randal Grichuk launched a walk-off three-run homer with one out in the inning. The left-hander suffered his eighth blown save of the season and third since joining the Brewers on Aug. 1. Rogers is 30-for-38 on save opportunities this year and now owns a 4.77 ERA and 1.17 WHIP with 68 punchouts over 54.2 frames in 56 appearances.
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  • Brewers' Taylor Rogers: Notches save Saturday

    Rogers earned a save against Arizona on Saturday, striking out two batters in a perfect 10th inning. Devin Williams got the ninth inning with the score tied, and he kept Arizona off the scoreboard to send the game to an extra frame. After Milwaukee scored twice in the top of the 10th, Rogers shut down the Diamondbacks in the bottom of the inning to record his 30th save of the campaign. The lefty reliever hasn't given up an earned run in any of his past eight outings and has notched a pair of saves and a pair of wins over that span. Williams is still the primary candidate for save chances out of the Brewers' bullpen, but Rogers is clearly the preferred option when Williams is unavailable or used in other ways.
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  • Brewers' Taylor Rogers: Earns 29th save

    Rogers picked up the save in Sunday's 5-2 victory over the Cubs. He allowed one hit and zero walks while striking out one over one scoreless inning. Rogers pitched around a two-out double off the bat of Seiya Suzuki to record his 29th save of the season Sunday. This was the southpaw's fourth straight scoreless outing but his first save since joining the Brewers on Aug. 2. Devin Williams still figures to be the top dog for save opportunities with Josh Hader out of the picture despite blowing the save opportunity Saturday. Keep an eye on the closer situation in Milwaukee in case skipper Craig Counsell decides to turn to Rogers more often.
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  • Brewers' Taylor Rogers: Ready to return

    Rogers (knee) has reportedly been available since Wednesday but has yet to make an appearance, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Rogers received a cortisone shot in his left knee last weekend and was unavailable through Tuesday's game against the Rays as a result. He was available both for Wednesday's series finale and for Friday's series opener against the Cardinals but didn't make an appearance in either contest. Rogers should get into a game soon, however, as he doesn't have any structural damage per Rosiak.
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  • Brewers' Taylor Rogers: Unavailable after cortisone shot

    Rogers received a cortisone injection in his sore left knee over the weekend and was unavailable for Tuesday's game against the Rays, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Devin Williams was also unavailable due to a recent heavy workload, so it was Matt Bush that was called upon for the save opportunity Tuesday. Rogers has appeared in two games since joining the Brewers and has given up one run on two hits with three strikeouts and a walk over two innings. The left-hander is expected to be available in the near future, though the team could opt to hold him out again Wednesday since Milwaukee has a scheduled day off Thursday.
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  • Brewers' Taylor Rogers: Dealt to Milwaukee

    The Brewers acquired Rogers, left-hander Robert Gasser, right-hander Dinelson Lamet and outfielder Esteury Ruiz from the Padres on Monday in exchange for left-hander Josh Hader, Jeff Passan of ESPN.com reports. Rogers will be on the move for the second time this season after the Padres acquired him from the Twins on Opening Day with the hope that he would add stability to the ninth inning. Though he had a promising start to the campaign, Rogers was ultimately removed from the role last week after blowing two saves and allowing runs in each of his final three appearances in San Diego. The Padres quickly found an upgrade at the back end of the bullpen in Hader, but Rogers could recapture the closer's gig with his new team if the Brewers aren't eager to elevate ace setup man Devin Williams to the ninth-inning role. Until the Brewers clarify their bullpen plans in the post-Hader era, Rogers is worth holding in most leagues. Despite losing out on the job in San Diego, Rogers still converted 28 of his 35 save chances on the season and sported decent underlying ratios (2.35 FIP, 3.36 xFIP, 22.4 K-BB%).
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  • Padres' Taylor Rogers: Out as closer

    Rogers will get "a little bit of a break" from closing, per manager Bob Melvin, AJ Cassavell of MLB.com reports. "Our best team is with him closing," Melvin added. The Rays will go with a closer-by-committee approach to the ninth inning for now in hopes of allowing Rogers to right the ship in lower-leverage situations. He has given up 11 earned runs while going 6-for-10 on save opportunities over his last 11.1 innings. Luis Garcia and Adrian Morejon seem like possible fill-in options for saves in the short term.
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  • Padres' Taylor Rogers: Struggles continue

    Rogers (1-5) allowed two earned runs on three hits and one walk while striking out one to blow the save and take a loss Wednesday against the Tigers. Rogers entered the game with a one-run lead, but he allowed a pair of doubles and an infield single to lose the advantage. He has now allowed at least one earned run in eight of his last 11 appearances, during which he's maintained a 7.59 ERA and 1.78 WHIP. The Padres have kept Rogers in the closer role despite his struggles, though he could start to lose save chances -- at least in the short term -- if his performance doesn't turn around quickly.
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  • Padres' Taylor Rogers: Blows save, picks up win

    Rogers (1-4) picked up the victory after blowing a save, allowing a run on two hits and a walk while striking out two in a 6-4 extra-inning win Tuesday in Detroit. Rogers entered the game with a 3-2 lead and gave up a game-tying two-out single to Riley Greene on a 0-2 count. It was the fifth time he's blown a save in his last 16 chances and, while he has closed out 28 ball games successfully, his recent troubles and 3.98 ERA could conceivably cause the Padres to look elsewhere for help with save chances over the final two months. Since May 28, he's posted a 7.52 ERA and 1.48 WHIP in 20.1 innings.
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  • Padres' Taylor Rogers: Secures another save

    Rogers earned a save against the Mets on Saturday, allowing one run on two hits and one walk while striking out one batter over one inning. It was hardly a clean outing for Rogers -- he was the only Padres pitcher to surrender a run in the game, and he allowed New York to put the tying run on third base -- but the left-hander nonetheless emerged with his second save in as many days. He's successfully converted each of his past five save opportunities despite giving up three runs over five innings during that span. Rogers leads the majors with 28 saves on the season.
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  • Padres' Taylor Rogers: Notches 27th save

    Rogers worked a scoreless ninth inning Friday to record his 27th save of the season in a 4-1 win over the Mets. He did hit a batter with a pitch but otherwise Rogers was sharp, tossing 11 of 15 pitches for strikes. The southpaw may be over his early July struggles, as he's converted four straight save chances and turned in three straight scoreless appearances. On the season, Rogers sports a 3.72 ERA, 0.96 WHIP and 44:7 K:BB through 38.2 innings.
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  • Padres' Taylor Rogers: Clean inning for save Saturday

    Rogers struck out two in a perfect inning to earn the save in Saturday's 4-3 win over the Diamondbacks. Rogers faced the top of the Arizona order and struck out Carson Kelly and Josh Rojas before getting Ketel Marte to pop out. The clean inning took Rogers just 15 pitches (10 strikes) to complete as he converted his second drama-free save in a row. The lefty opened the month in shaky form, but it appears he's settled back down. He has a 3.82 ERA, 0.98 WHIP and 44:7 K:BB across 37.2 innings this year while converting 26 saves, one shy of Josh Hader's major-league-leading 27.
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  • Padres' Taylor Rogers: No drama in 25th save

    Rogers struck out one in a perfect inning to earn the save in Friday's 5-3 win over the Diamondbacks. Rogers finally turned in a scoreless outing after giving up seven runs in his last five appearances. He needed only 11 pitches (10 strikes) to convert the save Friday. The recent run of poor pitching has the southpaw up to a 3.93 ERA, 1.01 WHIP and 42:7 K:BB in 36.2 innings. He's gone 25-for-30 in save chances this year, and manager Bob Melvin has struck with Rogers as the Padres' primary closer despite his struggles over the last couple of weeks.
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  • Padres' Taylor Rogers: Unsteady in save Monday

    Rogers allowed two runs on three hits and struck out one in one inning to pick up the save in Monday's 6-5 win over the Rockies. Rogers entered with a three-run lead, but he allowed a leadoff single to Randal Grichuk and a pair of two-out doubles to Connor Joe and Charlie Blackmon, which trimmed the lead to one. Rogers was able to get C.J. Cron to ground out, but it was another shaky outing from the Padres' closer. He's given up at least one run in five straight outings, blowing two of four save chances in that span. Rogers has yielded seven runs in his last 5.2 innings, inflating his season ERA to 4.04 with a 1.04 WHIP and 41:7 K:BB through 35.2 innings. Manager Bob Melvin appears willing to let Rogers pitch through his struggles -- Nick Martinez has three saves since mid-June, but all of those have been of the three-inning variety, so he's not expected to be a threat for the closer role.
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  • Padres' Taylor Rogers: Blows save Thursday

    Rogers blew the save, allowing a run on a hit and a hit batsman while striking out one in the ninth inning of a 2-1 extra-inning win Thursday against San Francisco. He did not factor into the decision. Rogers entered the game with the Padres leading 1-0 and hit the first batter he faced. With two outs, Brandon Crawford tied the game with an RBI single. Rogers has allowed runs in four consecutive outings, blowing two saves in that span and raising his season ERA from 2.84 to 3.63. The lefty is now 23-for-28 in save chances.
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  • Padres' Taylor Rogers: Allows run but earns save

    Rogers allowed a run on two hits and struck out one to earn the save in Sunday's 4-2 win over the Dodgers. For much of the game, it appeared Rogers' services wouldn't be needed. The Padres then erupted for four runs in the top of the ninth, and the southpaw was able to protect a lead despite giving up a sacrifice fly to Freddie Freeman. It's been a shaky run of late for Rogers, who has surrendered three runs in his last 6.2 innings, though he's still 4-for-5 in save chances across those six outings. Overall, the Padres' closer is 23-for-27 in saves with a 3.03 ERA, 0.86 WHIP and 38:7 K:BB through 32.2 innings, and it doesn't seem like he's in any danger of losing his role despite his recent inconsistency.
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  • Padres' Taylor Rogers: Delivers shaky save

    Rogers saved Friday's 1-0 win against the Phillies, allowing two hits and a walk with one strikeout in a scoreless ninth inning. Rogers entered in the ninth with a one-run lead and loaded the bases with two out, but he was able to induce a deep Kyle Schwarber flyout to secure his league-leading 22nd save. The 31-year-old fired 22 of 29 pitches for strikes -- surpassing 20 pitches for the seventh time in 31 games -- as the two hits he surrendered both came on 0-2 counts. Rogers has slowed down notably as the season's progressed, allowing eight runs and 11 baserunners in his last 9.2 innings across 11 appearances.
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  • Padres' Taylor Rogers: Collects 21st save

    Rogers struck out two in a perfect inning to earn the save in Monday's 4-1 win over the Diamondbacks. Rogers had no trouble protecting a three-run lead Monday. He regained sole possession of the major-league lead in saves (21) after the Brewers' Josh Hader briefly tied him earlier Monday. It's been a somewhat shaky June for Rogers, as he's allowed six runs (five earned) in six innings, but three of his last four outings have been clean. Overall, he has a 2.89 ERA, 0.75 WHIP and 31:6 K:BB while converting 21 of 24 save chances across 28 innings.
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