Trevor Rogers Stats
- Height / Weight
- 6' 5" / 217 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 11/13/1997 (26)
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MLB teams have shown interest in Miami Marlins right-hander Edward Cabrera and left-hander Trevor Rogers this offseason, according to sources briefed on the Marlins' conversations. Cabrera missed a month with a right-shoulder impingement in 2023 and spent more than a month at Triple-A. In the big leagues, he posted a 4.24 ERA in 99 2/3 frames. The 26-year-old Rogers didn't pitch after April 19 due to a left-biceps strain and then a partial tear in his right lat. Left-handers Jesus Luzardo and Braxton Garrett are likely off limits for the Fish. Texas Rangers infielder Ezequiel Duran is the kind of player Miami would want in return for Cabrera, but the Rangers may not be willing to part with Duran, who was valuable as an injury replacement at shortstop and third base for the World Series-champion Rangers.
Miami Marlins left-hander Trevor Rogers (lat) started playing catch at Single-A Jupiter on Friday. It's been a lost season for Rogers this year, as he's made just four starts for the Marlins due to injuries. He was initially placed on the injured list in April with a left-biceps strain and then suffered a partial tear of his right lat in June. The 25-year-old left-hander is making progress and is hoping to be able to return for the final month of the regular season in September, but there's no guarantee that will happen, so he's likely on the waiver wire in mixed leagues at the moment. An All-Star in 2021, Rogers had allowed nine runs (eight earned) on 16 hits (two homers) while walking six and striking out 19 in 18 innings over his first four starts before getting hurt back in April.
Miami Marlins starting pitcher Trevor Rogers (shoulder, biceps) remains shut down from throwing. The 25-year-old has experienced a very tumultuous ride this season, hitting the injured list originally with a left biceps strain on April 21 before suffering a partially torn lat while warming up for a June 10 rehab start. It's slowly shaping up as a lost season for Rogers, who represented a popular 2023 post-hype sleeper candidate after following up a 2021 All-Star nod with a 2022 letdown campaign. Fantasy managers in shallow leagues might want to consider spending their IL spot on someone who is closer to a return at this point.
After a reasonably productive debut campaign in 2020 and a breakout season in 2021, Miami Marlins starting pitcher Trevor Rogers struggled mightily on the mound last year. He made 23 starts and logged 107 innings of work for the National League East franchise while pitching to a 5.47 ERA, a 4.36 FIP, 106 strikeouts, and 45 walks. Perhaps most notably, he surrendered 15 home runs in those 107 innings after giving up just six home runs total in 133 innings during the 2021 season, a season in which he earned All-Star honors and finished second in Rookie of the Year voting in the National League. Getting better results from his four-seam fastball might be key for Rogers. Opposing batters hit just .222 with a .305 xwOBA and a pair of home runs against the offering in that 2021 campaign. However, those numbers spiked considerably in 2022. Hitters produced a .312 average, a .401 xwOBA, and 11 home runs against the left-hander's four-seamer in 2022. Elsewhere, the 25-year-old logged just four pitcher wins in 2022, though that may partly have been due to the Marlins' struggling lineup.