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Trevor Rogers took the loss on Monday against Atlanta, giving up five runs on eight hits over four innings pitched.
Rogers continued to flash his strikeout upside by striking out six, but he has now given up a combined 14 earned runs over his last three starts. The 22-year-old can't be trusted for his final start of the year against the Yankees this weekend.
Trevor Rogers needed 76 pitches to get through three innings of work against the Red Sox, giving up one run on three hits while striking out three.
Rogers did well in terms of run prevention. He just didn't pitch deep into the contest. Still, it's certainly an improvement from his last start against the Phillies when he gave up eight earned runs over three frames. The 22-year-old certainly has strikeout upside with 29 punchouts in 21 big league innings thus far. He just needs to work on his consistency moving forward.
Trevor Rogers had a night to forget on Friday against the Phillies, surrendering nine runs (eight earned) over just three innings pitched.
The former first-round pick had pitched well entering this start, but the Phillies have been crushing southpaws all season. Rogers' ERA jumped from 3.00 to 6.50 after Friday night, which isn't what you want. He's still a name to stash in dynasty leagues ahead of next week's appearance versus the White Sox.
Trevor Rogers had the best start of his young career on Sunday against Tampa Bay, striking out 10 while allowing three runs on four hits over six innings pitched.
Rogers received a no-decision while logging a quality start in this one. All three runs that were score came via solo homers. The talented 22-year-old now owns a 3.00 ERA with 21 strikeouts through his first 15 big league innings. A former first-round pick, Rogers is worthy of streaming consideration for his next outing against the Phillies.
Trevor Rogers remained impressive on Monday against the Mets, tossing five innings of two-run ball to earn his first big league victory.
Rogers has made two starts this year and has given up just two earned runs through nine innings. He has an 11/7 K/BB ratio during these appearances but his control was much better in this most recent outing. Rogers is a former first-round pick who could become a streaming option with another productive start or two. He gets the Rays this weekend.