Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Innings Pitched
Base on Balls (Walk)
Earned Run Average
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2023 0.00 0.00
2022 121.51.8 75.7 3 4 49 23 3.57 1.27
2021 293.53.7 81.0 7 1 13 55 13 2.22 1.07
3y Avg. 1562.6 61.7 4 3 5 44 14 3.07 1.18
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  • Giants' Tyler Rogers: Mixed results in spring games

    Rogers has allowed two earned runs on four hits and four walks with two strikeouts over 3.2 innings across four Cactus League games. Rogers doesn't strike out many batters with his sidearm delivery, so that's not a concern, but the increase in walks is a bit troublesome. He posted a 5.8 K/9 and 2.7 BB/9 across 75.2 innings in a setup role last season, which also saw him earn 15 holds but no saves. The right-hander will compete with his twin brother, Taylor Rogers, for high-leverage spots, though Camilo Doval is locked in as the Giants' closer to begin the season.
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  • Giants' Tyler Rogers: Settles at $1.675 million

    Rogers signed a one-year, $1.675 million contract with the Giants on Friday to avoid arbitration, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. While not nearly as effective as he was in 2021, Rogers still had a 3.57 ERA over 68 appearances in 2022. In 2023 he'll be a teammate of his twin brother, Taylor Rogers, who signed with the Giants last month.
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  • Giants' Tyler Rogers: Follows opener for win

    Rogers (3-4) earned the win during Tuesday's 6-3 victory against the Rockies, allowing one hit and striking out in two scoreless innings. Rogers followed opener John Brebbia with two easy frames and fell in line for the win after San Francisco took the lead in the bottom of the third. The 31-year-old has been relegated to bullpen games and low-leverage usage since struggling through most of July and August and has responded by submitting 10.1 scoreless innings across six September appearances. At 4.01, Rogers' ERA is the lowest it's been since he sat with a 3.78 mark on May 20.
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  • Giants' Tyler Rogers: Fires scoreless inning

    Rogers struck out one in a perfect inning during a 2-1 loss to the Brewers in the first game of Thursday's doubleheader. Since the start of August, Rogers has allowed nine runs (six earned) over 15 innings spanning 14 appearances. He's added an 11:5 K:BB with a loss and two holds in that span. Rogers' relative inconsistency has prevented him from regaining a high-leverage role on a regular basis. For the year, he owns a 4.33 ERA, 1.32 WHIP and 40:21 K:BB through 62.1 innings through 59 appearances.
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  • Giants' Tyler Rogers: Takes walkoff loss

    Rogers (2-4) allowed three runs (two earned) on two hits in one-third of an inning, taking the loss Tuesday versus the Padres. Rogers got the ball after the Giants tied the game in the top of the ninth inning, but he didn't handle the high-leverage spot well. He allowed a one-out single to Jurickson Profar and Juan Soto got aboard on catcher's interference before Manny Machado walked it off with a three-run home run. Rogers has been hit or miss since the start of July -- he's pitched 15 times in that span, allowing multiple runs five times. The right-hander has a 4.85 ERA, 1.37 WHIP and 33:16 K:BB through 52 innings while adding 12 holds and a blown save in 50 appearances.
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  • Giants' Tyler Rogers: Sharp in second win

    Rogers (2-3) struck out three in two perfect innings to earn the win Saturday over the Cubs. Starter Jakob Junis didn't qualify for the win by going only four innings, with Rogers providing solid multi-inning relief. For much of July, Rogers' role has evolved into that of a middle reliever. He's allowed six runs on 10 hits and seven walks with seven strikeouts over 12.1 innings. He's posted a 4.56 ERA, 1.35 WHIP and 29:16 K:BB in 47.1 innings overall while collecting 11 holds and a blown save through 45 outings.
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  • Giants' Tyler Rogers: Seeing more versatile usage

    Rogers' last two appearances have been longer than one inning. Entering the season, Rogers was expected to be part of the high-leverage mix. It appears his role has evolved a bit, as he's more often entered games in the middle innings (or even earlier in bullpen games). The change has worked out well -- he's allowed runs just once in his last eight appearances, posting a 1.80 ERA and 1.00 WHIP over his last 10 innings. For the season, the submariner has a 4.25 ERA, 1.30 WHIP and 25:13 K:BB across 42.1 innings while picking up 11 holds and a 1-3 record in 40 appearances. With less late-inning work and poor strikeout numbers, Rogers is unlikely to carry much fantasy appeal.
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  • Giants' Tyler Rogers: Collects first win Tuesday

    Rogers (1-3) earned the win Tuesday versus Atlanta. He pitched two perfect innings and struck out one. With Anthony DeSclafani (ankle) going just three innings in his return, the Giants' bullpen was asked to soak up the remaining six innings. Rogers did his part well, keeping runs off the board for the third time in his last four outings. The right-hander has had some mixed results this year with a 5.01 ERA, 1.39 WHIP and 19:9 K:BB through 32.1 innings across 32 appearances. He's added 10 holds and a blown save while continuing to function in a mostly high-leverage role despite some inconsistent pitching.
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  • Giants' Tyler Rogers: Dealt loss Sunday

    Rogers (0-3) took the loss Sunday versus the Pirates. He allowed a run on one hit without recording an out. Rogers allowed Jack Suwinski's third home run of the game, a walkoff blast in the bottom of the ninth inning. Consistency has been an issue for Rogers, who has yet to go more than four appearances in a row without allowing a run this season. He has a 5.34 ERA, 1.48 WHIP and 18:9 K:BB in 30.1 innings, though he's also logged 10 holds in a setup role.
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  • Giants' Tyler Rogers: Earns 10th hold

    Rogers walked one and struck out two in a scoreless inning to earn a hold in Saturday's 7-5 win over the Pirates. Rogers has had some shaky outings this year, but he's managed to log a 2.02 ERA over his last 13.1 innings while earning two holds in that span. The right-hander is up to 10 holds, a blown save and an 0-2 record through 30 appearances. He's posted a 5.04 ERA, 1.45 WHIP and 18:9 K:BB across 30.1 innings, but he remains in a high-leverage role on a 37-27 team, so he should continue to get looks for holds even if Camilo Doval and Jake McGee command most of the save chances.
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  • Giants' Tyler Rogers: Takes loss Saturday

    Rogers (0-2) allowed a run on one hit and a hit batter while striking out one in 1.1 innings to take the loss Saturday versus the Marlins. Manager Gabe Kapler tried to get a second inning out of Rogers after he pitched a scoreless eighth, but he made a mess of the ninth. A single, a hit batter and a balk put two runners in scoring position, and Jesus Sanchez walked it off with a sacrifice fly. This ended Rogers' four-inning scoreless streak over his last three appearances, though it was his first loss since April 11. He owns a 6.04 ERA, 1.43 WHIP and 13:6 K:BB while logging eight holds and a blown save across 22.1 innings as a high-leverage option this year.
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  • Giants' Tyler Rogers: Melts down Tuesday

    Rogers allowed seven runs on seven hits in one-third of an inning during Tuesday's 13-12 win over the Mets. Rogers was tasked with the eighth inning, but he labored through the appearance before Camilo Doval was brought in for damage control. In his last four outings, Rogers has given up multiple runs three times, surrendering 11 runs overall in that 3.1-inning sample. This brutal stretch has inflated his ERA to 7.41 with a 1.53 WHIP and 10:4 K:BB across 17 innings this year. He's picked up eight holds and a blown save, but his poor pitching lately could mean fewer high-leverage assignments for a while.
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  • Giants' Tyler Rogers: Picks up hold Saturday

    Rogers allowed a hit in a scoreless inning to record a hold in Saturday's 13-7 win over the Cardinals. The Giants' bullpen has struggled lately, but Rogers has mostly avoided any issues individually, allowing just one run in five innings across his last six outings. The setup man protected a three-run lead in the eighth inning Saturday before the Giants tacked on some more runs. Rogers has a 2.31 ERA, 1.11 WHIP, 9:2 K:BB and seven holds in 11.2 innings this season.
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  • Giants' Tyler Rogers: Logs fourth hold

    Rogers allowed a hit in a scoreless inning in Saturday's 4-2 win over the Guardians. Rogers continues to do his best work in a setup role. He's already earned four holds in five appearances, though he also took a loss in the lone outing he's given up a run. The right-hander has historically been more of a groundball pitcher, so it's not surprising to see him post a 3:0 K:BB across 4.2 innings. As long as his performance is steady, he'll see high-leverage work, but he shouldn't be expected to pitch very often in the ninth inning.
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  • Giants' Tyler Rogers: Reinstated from paternity list

    Rogers (personal) was reinstated from the paternity list Friday, Amy Gutierrez of the Giants' official site reports. Rogers was expected to rejoin the Giants on Friday, and he'll officially be available out of the bullpen for the team's matchup against the Guardians. He's picked up two holds and a loss in his first three appearances of the season while allowing a run in 2.2 innings.
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  • Giants' Tyler Rogers: Lands on paternity list

    Rogers was placed on the paternity leave as expected Tuesday, Maria I. Guardado of reports. Rogers took the loss against his twin brother Taylor's Padres on Monday and will now be unavailable for a few days. He'll likely return during the weekend series in Cleveland. Yunior Marte was recalled to take Rogers' place on the roster.
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  • Giants' Tyler Rogers: Dealt first loss

    Rogers (0-1) took the loss during Monday's 4-2 defeat at the hands of the Padres, allowing one run on two hits with one strikeout in one inning. Rogers entered a 2-2 tie in the seventh inning and immediately surrendered two infield singles, one of which would come around to score the deciding run. The 31-year-old found the zone with all 11 of his pitches and it was far from a poor outing, though all three of San Francisco's top relievers now have losses on the young season.
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  • Giants' Tyler Rogers: Should be available Monday

    Rogers is expected to be available for Monday's game against the Padres before going on the paternity list Tuesday, Kevin Acee of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports. Rogers is a part of San Francisco's high-leverage mix this year with a hold in each of his first two appearances, and he should be available to pitch Monday before stepping away from the team for a few days. Jake McGee and Camilo Doval already have a loss and blown save, respectively, this year, so Rogers could receive some save chances if he continues to be the most effective of the bunch.
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  • Giants' Tyler Rogers: Earns second hold

    Rogers allowed a hit in a scoreless inning, picking up a hold in Sunday's 3-2 win over the Marlins. Rogers has holds in both of his appearances this season, adding two strikeouts in 1.2 innings. The submariner hasn't worked as late in games as fellow closer committee members Jake McGee and Camilo Doval, but Rogers has had the most success so far. Last season, he was effective in a setup role, logging a 2.22 ERA, 1.07 WHIP, 13 saves and 30 holds in 81 innings. He'll likely continue to pitch often in high-leverage roles, but the 31-year-old probably isn't the answer yet if you're chasing saves in the Giants' bullpen. Dominic Leone also entered the conversation with a perfect ninth inning to close out Sunday's win.
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  • Giants' Tyler Rogers: Returns Wednesday

    Rogers (lower leg) allowed two runs on three hits in one-third of an inning in Wednesday's 9-5 win over the Royals. Rogers got the last out of the fifth inning after starter Anthony DeSclafani ran into trouble. It's encouraging to see Rogers back in action after he took a comebacker off the leg Saturday versus the Reds. The submarine-throwing righty posted a 2.22 ERA, 1.07 WHIP and 55:13 K:BB across 81 innings as one of the Giants most reliable relievers last year. He added 30 holds, 13 saves, six blown saves and a 7-1 record. Rogers is expected to be part of the late-inning mix this season, though Jake McGee is considered the early favorite to close games.
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