Trevor Rogers Healthy To Begin Spring Training

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    Miami Marlins starting pitcher Trevor Rogers (lat, biceps) is healthy as spring training gets underway. The 26-year-old lefty was limited to just four starts and 18 innings last season due to lat and biceps injuries. He compiled a 4.00 ERA during those four starts, but he was coming off a disastrous 2022 season in which he put up a 5.47 ERA, 1.505 WHIP, and 106:45 K/BB over 107 innings (23 starts). Rogers was the runner-up for the National League Rookie of the Year back in 2021. His fastball sits in the mid-90s, and he can induce a lot of whiffs with both his slider and changeup. Miami manager Skip Schumaker told reporters that he expects Rogers to be a big part of the team's rotation that will be without ace Sandy Alcantara (elbow), who underwent elbow surgery back in October. Rogers is an interesting post-hype sleeper name in fantasy due to his past success. He could be a steal late in drafts if he can stay healthy and regain his rookie form.

    Feb 17 · Source via Miami Marlins Trevor Rogers
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