RP - SF
Tyler Rogers worked a scoreless ninth inning on Sunday, whiffing two en route to picking up his third save of the season in the Giants 4-2 win over the D-backs.
There was no drama in this one as Rogers whiffed the first two batters he faced in Jake Lamb and Jon Jay, respectively, before getting Daulton Varsho to ground out to end the game. Rogers still seems to be the preferred closer option in SF but his numbers are far from special. He's 3-for-5 on save opportunities with a 1-3 record to go along with a 6.00 ERA, 1.33 WHIP, and a 21:5 K/BB ratio over 21 innings pitched. Despite those shaky numbers he still retains fantasy value if he's getting save chances down the stretch.
Tyler Rogers was credited with a blown save on Wednesday when he allowed two runs on three hits with two strikeouts over one inning in the Giants 9-6 loss to the Rockies.
Rogers entered the game attempting to protect a one run lead with runners on second and third, inherited from Sam Coonrod, with no outs in the top of seventh. He promptly allowed an RBI triple to Kevin Pillar then proceeded to give up a two-run homer to Sam Hilliard. Rogers ended up being charged with a blown save, his second of the season. The submariner now owns an ugly 6.05 ERA, 1.29 WHIP, and a 19:3 K/BB ratio over 19.1 innings.
Tyler Rogers worked a scoreless ninth inning on Saturday to pick up his second save of the year as the Giants beat the Diamondbacks 5-2.
Rogers protected the Giants three-run lead in the bottom of the ninth and only needed seven pitches to do so. He is now 2-for-3 in save opportunities this year with a 5.71 ERA, 1.27 WHIP, and a 16:3 K/BB ratio over 17.1 innings. The closer job appears to be his to lose but there aren't a ton of save opportunities in San Francisco this year.
Tyler Rogers allowed five earned runs (six total) on three hits in one inning of work on Thursday.
I feel bad for those in roto leagues that had Rogers active on Thursday, if anyone did. These types of outings are detrimental for team splits. It's tough to own Rogers at this point, as he's been very inconsistent in the early going this season.
Tyler Rogers recorded in the win in Wednesday's walk-off victory over the Padres.
Rogers allowed just one walk in his one inning pitched. After allowing four earned runs in 2/3 innings on Opening Day, he's bounced back nicely with three straight shutout appearances spanning 2.1 innings.