Trevor Rogers Stats
- Height / Weight
- 6' 5" / 217 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 11/13/1997 (24)
Trevor Rogers Season Stats
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Trevor Rogers News
Miami Marlins left-hander Trevor Rogers (lat) said he has a Grade 1 lat strain that will end his 2022 season. Rogers injured his lat last Saturday in his start against the Washington Nationals, and it will end up being his last action of the season. The 24-year-old southpaw had a really disappointing season after posting a career-low 2.64 ERA and 1.15 WHIP in his All-Star campaign in 2021. In 23 starts in 2022, Rogers went 4-11 with a 5.47 ERA (4.35 WHIP), a 1.50 WHIP, 106 strikeouts and 45 walks in 107 innings pitched. He should have a relatively normal offseason to make some adjustments as he looks to bounce back in 2023.
Miami Marlins starting pitcher Trevor Rogers (lat) was unable to get through Saturday's game against the Washington Nationals. The 24-year-old was lifted in the second inning due to left lat discomfort. The left-hander gave up three hits and two runs before exiting with the team trainers. It's uncertain if Rogers is going to be placed on the injured list, but he has been struggling anyway. Fantasy managers can go ahead and avoid Rogers in most fantasy formats.
Miami Marlins starting pitcher Trevor Rogers turned in a solid outing on Monday against the Texas Rangers. The left-hander threw 6.1 innings and limited the Rangers to four hits, two runs, and a pair of walks. He also struck out nine batters in the outing while generating 18 swinging strikes on 89 pitches. What's more, Rogers finished the day with a strong 37% CSW rate. The 24-year-old has pitched to a 5.35 ERA this season, with a 4.24 FIP, 105 strikeouts, and 44 walks in 106 innings for the Marlins.
Marlins starting pitcher Trevor Rogers was tasked to prove that he deserved to join a talented young rotation in Miami as 2021 began. By year's end, he may have emerged as the best of the bunch. Rogers was dominant from the jump, posting a 1.29 ERA and 1.00 WHIP in five April starts while striking out 38 batters in 28 innings. He never slowed down and ended up with a 2.64 ERA, 1.15 WHIP, and 28.5% K%. The downside is that he only won seven of his 25 starts due to poor run support.Rogers is a 6'5" lefty who relies mainly on his four-seamer at 57.7% usage and mixes in a slider and changeup. He gets up to 95 MPH on his fastball but it's the horizontal movement more so than velocity that dominates hitters. He has the ability to limit big flies, allowing only six homers all year, and has a pither-friendly home park that make him a good bet to repeat last year's breakout season. Despite outperforming teammate Sandy Alcantara in ratios and strikeouts, Rogers is being selected several rounds later. Plucking him just inside the top 100 picks could net a discount ace on draft day.