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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 1285.6 107.0 4 11 106 45 5.47 1.50
2021 316.512.7 133.0 7 8 157 46 2.64 1.15
3y Avg. 161.59 89.3 4 7 101 35 4.13 1.34
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Another impressive start

    Rogers gave up three hits and a walk over five scoreless innings in Wednesday's Grapefruit League game against the Cardinals. He struck out four. Facing a St. Louis lineup that lacked its biggest bats but still featured big-league hitters like Tyler O'Neill and Willson Contreras as well as top prospect Jordan Walker, Rogers tossed 53 of 71 pitches for strikes as he held the opposition scoreless for the fourth time in six spring outings. The southpaw has a sharp 17:3 K:BB through 18 Grapefruit League innings, and he seems ready to try and recapture the form that saw him post a 2.64 ERA and 1.15 WHIP over 25 starts in 2021.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Blanks BoSox on Sunday

    Rogers gave up one hit over three scoreless innings in Sunday's Grapefruit League game against the Red Sox. He struck out two. Facing a lineup that included a number of Boston regulars, including Alex Verdugo and top prospect Triston Casas, Rogers breezed through his second outing of the spring. The left-hander has a 6:0 K:BB through five innings so far, and he appears to be on track to put a rough 2022 season behind him, looking more like the pitcher who posted a 2.64 ERA and 28.5 percent strikeout rate in a breakout 2021 campaign.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Sharp in first spring action

    Rogers gave up two hits and struck out four over two scoreless innings in Tuesday's Grapefruit League game against the Red Sox. He fired 22 of 32 pitches for strikes and got all four of his K's on his changeup in a strong spring debut. Rogers regressed to a 5.47 ERA and 1.50 WHIP last season, losing over six points off his K% from 2021 (28.5 percent down to 22.2 percent), but the Marlins are counting on the 25-year-old southpaw to rebound and serve as a mid-rotation staple for them this year.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Working on sinker

    Rogers added a sinker to his repertoire this offseason while also focusing on cleaning up his mechanics, Paige Leckie of reports. "I'm in a lot better spot mechanically and mentally than last year," Rogers said Thursday. "I really went into the offseason kind of fixing a few mechanical problems that I was honestly searching all year for last year. ... Going through what I went through last year, it really helped me as far as my mental game [goes], being at rock bottom, [which was] something I had never gone through before." After a rough 2022, the southpaw is looking to regain the form that saw him post a 2.64 ERA and 20.1 percent K%-BB% over 133 big-league innings in 2021. Rogers is expected to begin the season in the Miami rotation, but his leash could be a short one if he stumbles out of the gate.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Tosses live BP on Sunday

    Rogers, who missed the end of last season with a lat strain, faced live batters in camp Sunday, Christina De Nicola of reports. The southpaw faced Jazz Chisholm among other big-league hitters. Rogers is coming off a disastrous 2022 season that can't be written off as simply a result of injuries, and the 25-year-old will have a lot to prove this year if he wants to hang onto a rotation spot with prospects like Eury Perez coming up through the ranks. The fact that Rogers is healthy to begin spring training is a plus, but he should be viewed as a high-risk fantasy option even if he looks good during Grapefruit League play.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Officially placed on injured list

    Rogers was placed on the 15-day injured list with a left lat strain Thursday, retroactive to Sept. 19, Christina De Nicola of reports. Rogers has already been ruled out for the remainder of the season due to a Grade 1 lat strain, so his move to the injured list was expected. However, the southpaw should be able to have a relatively normal offseason program since his strain isn't considered particularly severe. Braxton Garrett was called up Thursday and could take Rogers' place in the starting rotation.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Ruled out for season

    Rogers is dealing with a Grade 1 lat strain and will be shut down for the remainder of the season, Christina De Nicola of reports. Rogers exited Saturday's start against the Nationals due to his lat issue and will be unavailable for the final few weeks of the regular season. However, his strain is considered relatively minor, so it seems likely that he'll be able to have a relatively normal offseason program. After posting a career-best 2.64 ERA and 1.15 WHIP in 133 innings last season, the southpaw struggled to replicate his results in 2022, generating a 5.47 ERA and 1.50 WHIP in 107 innings over 23 starts.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Dealing with lat issue

    Rogers' early exit Saturday against the Nationals was due to left lat discomfort, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. Rogers completed just one inning before exiting the game. While his initial diagnosis could be a lot more severe, the timing of the injury and the fact that the Marlins are nowhere near the playoff race could lead the team to decide to shut him down.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Departs with apparent injury

    Rogers exited Saturday's start against the Nationals in the bottom of the second inning due to an apparent injury, Andrew Golden of the Washington Post reports. Rogers allowed two runs on three hits and a walk while striking out one in one inning to begin Saturday's matchup, and he exited after throwing just 32 pitches. The exact nature and severity of his injury aren't yet clear, and whether he's able to make his next turn through the rotation remains to be seen.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Possible waiver wire pickups

    Monday's start was exactly the sort I was waiting to see from Rogers -- one where he wasn't just good, but so good that it leaves no doubt he's a changed pitcher from the first four months of the season. He not only struck out nine, did but so with 18 swinging strikes, playing his changeup off his fastball much like he did during his impressive rookie season. Clearly, the month he lost to back spasms did him a world of good, giving him a chance to sort out his mechanics. He's returned with his best three starts of the season, and his final minor-league rehab start was an absolute gem as well. His next two starts are against a patchwork Nationals lineup, so plan on keeping Rogers active.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Fans nine in quality start

    Rogers didn't factor into the decision in the first game of Monday's doubleheader against the Rangers, giving up two runs on four hits and two walks over 6.1 innings. He struck out nine. The southpaw took a shutout into the seventh inning, but doubles by Adolis Garcia and Josh Jung sandwiched around a walk chased Rogers from the game after 89 pitches (60 strikes). While he's 0-5 over his last seven starts, he's delivered three straight quality starts with a 22:3 K:BB over 18.1 innings, and Monday's outing was the first time all season he's worked more than six frames.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Fans eight in loss

    Rogers (4-11) took the loss against Philadelphia on Wednesday, allowing three runs on five hits and no walks while striking out eight batters over six innings. Though he suffered his 11th loss of the campaign, the outing was another positive one for Rogers, as he posted his second straight quality start since returning from a month-long stint on the injured list. The southpaw tied a season high with eight punchouts and allowed only five hits, though four of those went for extra bases. This is the first time in 2022 that Rogers has completed six innings in consecutive appearances, so he's looking more like the hurler who enjoyed a breakout campaign last season.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Quality start in return

    Rogers didn't factor into the decision in Wednesday's 2-1 extra-inning loss to the Rays, allowing one run on five hits and a walk over six innings. He struck out five. Returning from a back issue that had sidelined him for a month, Rogers not only looked fully healthy, he appeared to have rediscovered his 2021 form as he posted just his second quality start of the season, and his first since late April. The southpaw fired 58 of his 84 pitches for strikes before exiting a pitcher's duel with Drew Rasmussen, and Rogers will have a handful of outings left this year to try and improve on his 5.57 ERA and 1.56 WHIP.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Possible waiver wire pickups

    Rogers returned from the IL Wednesday with his best start of the year, allowing one run in six innings with five strikeouts, which tells you a little something about the way his year has gone. It was only his second quality start in 20 chances. But coming on the heels of an absolutely dominant rehab start in which he no-hit a Triple-A lineup over six innings, striking out 12 on 24 swinging strikes, it's possible he's righted the ship. This guy was mentioned in the same breath as Shane McClanahan and Alek Manoah on Draft Day, let's not forget. He said the rehab start was the best he's felt all year and confirmed Wednesday that he used the down time to fix his mechanics. He's a gamble, but the upside is there.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Makes return from IL

    The Marlins reinstated Rogers (back) from the 15-day injured list ahead of his scheduled start Wednesday against the Rays at LoanDepot Park, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. Rogers will be making his first start for Miami in more than a month after he was sidelined with lower-back spasms. The southpaw was roughed up in his first three minor-league rehab starts, but everything clicked for him in his most recent outing Aug. 25 with Triple-A Jacksonville. In that outing, Rogers punched out 12 over six no-hit innings while tossing 58 of his 87 pitches for strikes. The jump from the majors from Triple-A is a significant one, but Rogers will look to build on the excellent showing with Jacksonville as he attempts to salvage something from what has been a highly disappointing season for the 2021 All-Star.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Likely to return Wednesday

    Rogers (back) appears on track to return from the 15-day injured list to start Wednesday's home game against the Rays, Paige Leckie of reports. Rogers, who landed on the IL on July 29 with lower-back spasms, labored through his first three rehab starts, but he said he felt better than he had at any point this season during his fourth rehab outing this past Thursday. In his start for Triple-A Jacksonville, Rogers fanned 12 hitters over six no-hit innings, with a lone walk being the only blemish on his line. Rogers threw a bullpen session Sunday in front of the Marlins' staff, and assuming he felt fine coming out of that workout, he looks like he'll slot back into the rotation Wednesday.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Fans 12 in rehab start

    Rogers (back) struck out 12 and allowed just one walk over six hitless, scoreless innings in a rehab start with Triple-A Jacksonville on Thursday. It's been a rough season (5.85 ERA, 1.60 WHIP) for last year's NL Rookie of the Year runner-up, and his rehab assignment got off to an inauspicious start last week when Rogers allowed five runs over two innings for Jacksonville. However, this latest performance will open some eyes and perhaps spark renewed interest in the lefty among the fantasy community. Rogers could return to the big club for next week's home series against the Rays.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Flounders in latest rehab start

    Rogers (back) was charged with five earned runs on seven hits and one walk while striking out two in two innings Friday in his rehab start for Triple-A Jacksonville. After tossing 76 pitches and 4.2 innings in his prior rehab start Aug. 14 for Double-A Pensacola, Rogers took a step back Friday in terms of both workload and performance. He needed 62 pitches just to record six outs, and the poor showing could prompt the Marlins to keep him in the minors for at least one more tune-up outing. If that's the case, the Marlins may choose to use Thursday's team off day as a means of keeping a four-man rotation intact until Rogers is needed to fill the void when the team requires a fifth starter Aug. 30.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Will need third rehab start

    The Marlins are planning on having Rogers (back) make a third rehab start this weekend at Triple-A Jacksonville, reports. Rogers built up to 76 pitches in his second rehab start Sunday with Double-A Pensacola, but he wasn't as sharp as the Marlins probably hoped. While covering 4.2 innings for Pensacola, Rogers struck out six and allowed five earned runs on seven hits and zero walks. If Rogers fares better in his upcoming start with Jacksonville, he should be cleared to rejoin the Marlins later next week. He could be part of a six-man rotation, as Edward Cabrera and Braxton Garrett have both pitched well enough of late to hold on to starting roles.
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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Second rehab start Sunday

    Rogers (back) will make his second rehab start Sunday with a yet to be determined minor-league affiliate, Christina De Nicola of reports. The 24-year-old lefty made his first rehab start Tuesday with Double-A Pensacola, and he allowed two runs (one earned) on three hits with five strikeouts and zero walks over 3.1 innings. Rogers will continue building up his workload Sunday, and it's unclear if he'll require any additional rehab outings before being cleared to rejoin Miami's starting rotation. If not, he could make a start for the Marlins late next week.
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