Rogers didn't factor into the decision Tuesday against the Nationals after tossing five innings of two-run ball, allowing five hits and three walks while fanning three.
Rogers has arguably been the Marlins' most consistent arm this season, but he didn't have his best stuff in this one. The left-hander, who's now thrown a career-high 106.1 innings in 2021, has gone winless in his last six starts, even as he owns a 3.52 ERA, a 1.21 WHIP and a strong 10.6 K/9 in that span. His next start is slated to come in the latter portion of a four-game series at home against the Padres that begins Thursday.
Rogers is listed as the Marlins' probable pitcher for Tuesday's game against the Nationals in Washington.
Rogers has been the Marlins' top pitcher this season, but because he tossed 18 pitches in Tuesday's All-Star Game and since the organization has a desire to monitor his innings count, he won't take the hill until Miami's sixth game of the second half. With the 23-year-old having already racked up 101.1 innings in 2021 -- up from 28 innings during the pandemic-delayed 2020 campaign -- Rogers could be a candidate to get shut down in September or have starts skipped periodically over the final two months of the season.
Rogers recorded eight strikeouts and allowed two runs on six hits and zero walks across five innings during Monday's 5-4 win over the Dodgers. He did not factor in the decision.
The left-hander needed 96 pitches to record 15 outs, as the Dodgers fouled off 20 pitches to help drive up his pitch count. Rogers issued four walks and hit a batter in his previous start, but he showed better control Monday. He has a 2.22 ERA, 1.05 WHIP and 118:32 K:BB across 97.1 innings and will face Atlanta this weekend in his final start before the All-Star break.
Rogers (7-5) was charged with the loss against the Phillies on Tuesday after allowing two runs on two hits and four walks while striking out nine across 5.2 innings.
After giving up an RBI single to Andrew McCutchen in the first inning, Rogers blanked the Phillies steadily until the sixth. Although the southpaw opened the frame with a pair of strikeouts against Bryce Harper and McCutchen, the next batter proved to be his final one of the night, as Rhys Hoskins swatted a solo home run on Rogers' 99th pitch. The 23-year-old left the game in line for the loss and never received enough run support from his teammates. Rogers has uncharacteristically failed to pitch at least six innings for two straight starts. He'll look to shake it off during his next projected outing Sunday at Atlanta.
Rogers (7-4) took the loss Wednesday as the Marlins were downed 3-1 by the Blue Jays, giving up three runs on five hits and two walks over five innings. He struck out six.
Remarkably, this was one of Rogers' worst starts of the year, as the southpaw failed to pitch at least six innings for the first time since May 24 and got tagged for a season-high three runs for only the second time. Even so, he kept the Marlins in the game despite their lack of offense. He'll take a 2.08 ERA, 1.04 WHIP and 101:28 K:BB through 86.2 innings into his next outing.
Rogers tossed six innings of one-run ball Tuesday against the Cardinals, allowing three hits and a walk while fanning six. He didn't factor into the decision.
Rogers might have departed the game with a no-decision, but there's no question he was impressive on the mound once again and continues to deliver excellent results every time he takes the ball. The left-hander, who recently returned from the COVID-19 IL, has allowed two or fewer earned runs in eight straight outings and owns an excellent 1.98 ERA as a result. Rogers' next start is scheduled for this weekend on the road against the Cubs.
The Marlins reinstated Rogers from the COVID-19 injured list Sunday, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports.
As anticipated, Rogers was deactivated for just one day, implying that he was likely placed on the COVID-19 IL as a precaution while recovering from a vaccine shot. Preston Guilmet was designated for assignment in a corresponding move, clearing the way for Rogers to rejoin the 40-man roster and 26-man active roster. Rogers is on track to make his next start during the Marlins' three-game series in St. Louis that begins Monday.
Rogers was placed on the COVID-19 injured list Saturday, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. The stint should be minimal, according to McPherson.
Fortunately, Rogers already made his start this week, turning in a strong performance against the Rockies on Thursday. The COVID-19 IL includes reactions to vaccines, and with McPherson reporting that the stint should be minimal, it's quite possible Rogers is able to make a start next week.
Rogers (7-3) allowed two runs on four hits and a walk with eight strikeouts in seven innings to earn the win Thursday versus Colorado.
Rogers was dominant for six innings before running out of steam a bit in the seventh. This was his fifth quality start in his last six outings, and he still hasn't given up more than three runs in any start this season. The 23-year-old sports an excellent 2.02 ERA, 1.06 WHIP and 89:25 K:BB across 75.2 innings this year. He lines up to face the struggling Cardinals next week.
Rogers didn't factor into the decision Saturday against the Pirates after allowing two runs on four hits and two walks while fanning five across six innings.
Rogers wasn't rewarded with a win, but he posted his second straight quality start, and he has accomplished the feat in four of his last five outings. The left-hander has been one of the most surprising pitchers in the National League this season and owns dazzling stats so far, including a 1.97 ERA, 1.09 WHIP and 10.6 K/9 through 68.2 innings across 12 appearances. He's scheduled to take the mound next week at home against the Rockies.
Rogers (6-3) took the loss Saturday as the Marlins fell 3-1 to the Red Sox, allowing two runs on nine hits over six innings. He struck out six without walking a batter.
The quality start was the sixth of the season for the young southpaw, but Miami didn't give him enough run support to turn it into a win. Rogers will carry a dazzling 1.87 ERA and 76:22 K:BB through 62.2 innings into his next outing.
Rogers didn't factor into the decision Monday against the Phillies after allowing two runs (one earned) on three hits and three walks while striking out five across five innings.
Rogers gave up only three hits on the night, but he also issued three free passes, resulting in one run in the second inning and another in the third on a ground rule double. Monday's no-decision snapped a streak of three consecutive wins for the southpaw, who owns a 6-2 record on the season. Rogers has a sparkling 1.75 ERA and 1.06 WHIP with a 70:22 K:BB across 56.2 frames in 2021.
Rogers (6-2) earned the win Wednesday against the Phillies after tossing 7.2 innings of one-run ball, giving up five hits and two walks while fanning eight.
Rogers has been one of the most dominant pitchers in the National League this season, and he lowered his ERA to 1.74 after another impressive outing. The young left-hander has now allowed one or fewer runs in five of his last six appearances and he's yet to give up more than three runs in any of his nine starts. He will try to keep this excellent stretch of pitching when he faces the Phillies on Monday.
Rogers (5-2) picked up the win in Miami's 5-1 victory over Arizona on Thursday, going six innings and allowing one run on four hits and two walks with seven strikeouts.
Rogers needed only 87 pitches to get through six and earn his fifth win in what has been an encouraging sophomore season. He's been one of the best values in fantasy this season and can step up his game by working deeper into starts, as he's only lasted more than six innings once in eight games.
Rogers' start was pushed back a day and he will now pitch Thursday at Arizona, Christina De Nicola of MLB.com reports.
Miami has opted for a bullpen game Wednesday, delaying Rogers' outing by a day. The rookie left-hander bounced back nicely from his first rough outing of the season, pitching five innings of one-run ball May 7 against the Brewers.
Rogers (4-2) picked up the win Friday, allowing one run on four hits and two walks over five innings in a 6-1 victory over the Brewers. He struck out six.
The young southpaw continues to shine. Rogers tossed 53 of 90 pitches for strikes, and he's fanned at least six batters in every one of his seven starts to begin the season. The 23-year-old will carry a dazzling 1.89 ERA and 50:15 K:BB through 38 innings into his next outing.
Rogers (3-2) allowed three runs on four hits and three walks while striking out six in five innings to take the loss against the Nationals on Sunday.
Rogers had put together scoreless outings in each of his last two starts and began Sunday's appearance by tossing two scoreless innings. However, he gave up a three-run homer to Ryan Zimmerman in the bottom of the third inning, which put Rogers in line for his first loss since April 5. The southpaw has now posted a 1.91 ERA and 1.06 WHIP in 33 innings across his first six starts of the year. Rogers tentatively lines up to make his next start at home against the Brewers on Friday.
Rogers (3-1) allowed six hits over six shutout innings Monday, striking out seven batters and earning a win over Milwaukee.
The Brewers had a few chances to score on Rogers early in the game but he induced a double play in each of the first three innings. The 6-foot-5 southpaw has now tossed 13 shutout innings with a 15:1 K:BB over his last two starts. He'll carry a strong 1.29 season ERA into Saturday's start in Washington.
Rogers (2-1) earned the win Wednesday against the Orioles after allowing four hits and one walk while recording eight strikeouts over seven scoreless innings.
The 23-year-old generated 17 swinging strikes as he limited Baltimore to one double and three singles Wednesday afternoon. Rogers has a 1.64 ERA, 1.00 WHIP and 31:10 K:BB across 22 innings through four starts this season, and he lines up to pitch Monday at Milwaukee.
Rogers allowed two earned runs on three hits and three walks while striking out seven across five innings Thursday against Atlanta. He did not factor into the decision.
Rogers continues to rack up strikeouts at an impressive rate, and he generated 14 swinging strikes to back his efforts Thursday. He was effectively wild, throwing 61 strikes on 95 total pitches. It's worth noting that he's walked multiple batters in each of his outings thus far, leading to a poor 5.4 BB/9. That said, Rogers has yet to be burned by his control issues because he's kept the ball in the yard -- though it's unclear how long that will last if he continues to generate groundballs at only a 21.4 percent clip. Despite some concerns, Rogers maintains an impressive 2.40 ERA across 15 innings through his first three starts and will look to maintain the strong results in his next outing Wednesday against Baltimore.
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|07/10||vs ATL||L 4-5||1||4.0||4||2||2||4|
|07/05||vs LAD||W 5-4||5.0||6||2||0||8|
|06/29||@ PHI||L 3-4||1||5.2||2||2||4||9|
|06/23||vs TOR||L 1-3||1||5.0||5||3||2||6|
|06/15||@ STL||L 1-2||6.0||3||1||1||6|
|06/10||vs COL||W 11-4||1||7.0||3||1||1||8|
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|2019||AAX-Jacksonville Jumbo S||26.0||5||5||0||1||2||0||28||9||25||4.50||1.308|