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2021 Pitching

Innings Pitched
Earned Run Average
Base on Balls (Walk)
Regular Season 133 7 8 2.64 157 46

Top Trevor Rogers News

  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Stymies Mets in no-decision

    Rogers gave up a run on three hits and no walks while striking out six over five innings Tuesday in the Marlins' 2-1 loss to the Mets in the second game of a doubleheader. He didn't factor into the decision.

    The All-Star rookie has gone winless over his 12 starts dating back to June 10, but it's largely been a byproduct of poor run support rather than his own undoing. Rogers has delivered a 3.61 ERA and 1.29 WHIP over that 12-start stretch, and those strong ratios are actually a stark downturn from his season-long marks (2.64 and 1.15, respectively). The Marlins haven't indicated that Tuesday's outing was Rogers' last of 2021, so he'll presumably be on track to start the team's season finale Sunday versus the Phillies in Miami.

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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Strikes out 10 in loss

    Rogers dropped to 7-8 after giving up four runs (one earned) on four hits and two walks across 5.1 innings in Tuesday's 7-1 loss to the Nationals. He tied his career high with 10 strikeouts in the outing.

    Rogers has yet to record a win since June 10, and while the All-Star rookie has seen his effectiveness wane since that time, he's pitched well enough to deserve a better outcome. Over that 0-5 stretch which has spanned 11 starts, Rogers has turned in 3.78 ERA, 1.36 WHIP and 62:21 K:BB while allowing only two home runs in 52.1 innings. Rogers will tentatively line up for two starts in the final week of the season, with the first of those outings set to come in the Marlins' Sept. 28 doubleheader in New York versus the Mets.

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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Solid in four innings

    Rogers allowed one run on seven hits and a walk while striking out three in four innings in a no-decision versus Washington on Wednesday.

    Rogers threw 59 of 84 pitches for strikes, and he bent but didn't break in his third start back from a family emergency. The southpaw has allowed seven runs in 12.2 innings since his return, inflating his ERA from 2.45 to 2.71. He's added a 1.17 WHIP, 141:44 K:BB and 7-7 record in a promising rookie campaign. Rogers is likely having his workload managed in his first full big-league season, which makes it tough to believe he'll work deep enough to earn a win in his next start, tentatively set for a home rematch with Washington next week.

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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Yanked in fifth inning

    Rogers (7-7) allowed four runs on three hits and a walk over 4.1 innings Friday, striking out six and taking the loss against Atlanta.

    Rogers looked great through four shutout inning before Atlanta got hot in the fifth. He gave up just one run before leaving the game but was charged with three more runs after all three runners he left on base came in to score. He's last 4.1 innings in each of his last two outings, giving up six runs and recording nine strikeouts in the process. Rogers will carry a 2.73 ERA into his projected start in Washington next week.

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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Throws 83 pitches in return

    Rogers tossed 4.1 innings against Philadelphia on Saturday, allowing two runs on six hits and two walks while striking out three. He did not factor in the decison.

    Rogers missed all of September due to a family emergency, and he was consequently limited to 83 pitches in his return to big-league action. The left-hander gave up a pair of fourth-inning runs but kept Miami in the contest, and he was taken off the hook for a loss when the Marlins scored a trio of eighth-inning runs to pull out the victory. Rogers has enjoyed a strong rookie campaign, posting a 2.52 ERA, 1.15 WHIP and 132:42 K:BB across 114.1 innings. His next start is likely to come at Atlanta late next week.

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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Activated by Marlins

    Rogers (personal) was activated from the restricted list Thursday.

    Rogers missed just over a month due to a family medical situation, but he recently completed two rehab starts and allowed four hits and three walks while striking out 12 in 8.1 scoreless innings at Low-A Jupiter. The southpaw lines up to return to the major-league mound during the Marlins' weekend series against the Phillies, and he's unlikely to face a significant pitch count since he tossed 71 pitches in Sunday's rehab start.

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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Completes second rehab start

    Rogers (personal) completed his second rehab start with Low-A Jupiter on Sunday and threw 71 pitches over five innings, Christina De Nicola of reports.

    Rogers has been sidelined since late July due to a family medical situation, but he may be able to rejoin Miami's starting rotation this week. The left-hander was only expected to require two rehab starts in the minors, and if he remains on a five-day pitching schedule, he could pitch Friday against the Phillies. The fact he reached 71 pitches in Sunday's outing will likely mean he won't face significant workload limitations in his first start back.

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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Begins rehab assignment Tuesday

    Rogers (personal) is scheduled to begin a rehab assignment at Low-A Jupiter on Tuesday.

    According to the report, Rogers will be making the first of two rehab starts at Jupiter on Tuesday before returning from the restricted list and rejoining the Miami rotation. Rogers, who hasn't pitched for Miami since July 31 after leaving the team to tend to multiple family matters, will use the two starts in Jupiter to build up his pitch count and get fully ramped up following the three-plus-week layoff. Assuming he sticks on a normal schedule or four or five days off between starts at Jupiter, Rogers could be activated from the restricted list during the Marlins' series versus the Phillies in the first weekend of September.

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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Gearing up for late-season return

    Rogers (personal) rejoined the Marlins for workouts just over a week ago and intends to rejoin the Miami rotation before the end of the season, though he remains without an official timeline to return from the restricted list, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. "When he comes back, we'll get him in safely but there's not going to be any reins," pitching coach Mel Stottlemyre Jr. said of Rogers. "He's set for when he does come back to where there's no limitations other than bringing him back safely."

    After Rogers made his 20th start of the season July 31, the Marlins placed him on the family medical emergency list three days later before transferring him to the restricted list last week. Rogers provided a detailed explanation for his extended absence in his interview with McPherson, noting that he chose to step away from the Marlins temporarily after both of his grandfathers passed away within one week of each other, on top of both of his parents having recently experienced serious symptoms of COVID-19. With both his mother and father now feeling healthier, Rogers is ready to turn his focus back to baseball, but he'll need time to build back up again after he was away from the team for more than two weeks. McPherson suggests that Rogers will likely throw a couple bullpen sessions this week before potentially heading out on a minor-league assignment that will consist of one or two rehab starts. Because the Marlins headed into the season with the goal of capping Rogers at 175 innings in 2021, the 23-year-old lefty shouldn't face any restrictions in his starts when he eventually returns, likely in early September. He currently sits at 110 innings for the campaign.

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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Shifts to restricted list

    Rogers (personal) was transferred from the bereavement list to the restricted list Tuesday, Christina De Nicola of reports.

    Rogers has been away from the team for two weeks while dealing with an undisclosed private matter. While he's expected to resume throwing soon, he's been out for long enough that he may require a rehab outing before returning to the active roster.

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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Return date uncertain

    Marlins acting manager James Rowson suggested Monday that Rogers (personal) is without a clear timeline to rejoin the team, reports. "We're kind of just letting Trevor take the time that he needs," Rowson said. "There's no sense of urgency or anything for that. So I think once he gets back, then he'll be able to get back into the fold and we'll go from there. Whatever he has to handle at home is what he needs to do first, and then from there we'll go from there."

    Miami placed Rogers on the Family Medical Emergency List on Aug. 3, and he's remained away from the team ever since. Because Rogers is taking leave from the team due to a private matter, news has been scarce regarding his plans for eventually rejoining the Marlins. As exceptional as Rogers has been this season, fantasy managers in shallower leagues with limited reserve spots may find it difficult to justify holding onto him, given the uncertainty of his return date.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-5, 217 lbs
Birthplace: Carlsbad, NM
Age: 24
Experience: 1
Bats/Throws: L, L