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Top Trevor Rogers News

  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Healthy to begin spring

    Rogers is healthy to begin spring training, but the Marlins intend to bring him along slowly during the early part of camp, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports.

    "It's probably more mental than the physical," manager Skip Schumaker said Thursday about a group of pitchers that also includes Max Meyer and Anthony Bender. "They are healthy physically and trying to get over that mental hurdle of what if they throw too hard or throw too much [or] it's just gonna happen again. It's more of a mental hurdle than anything." Rogers made only four big-league starts last year, getting shut down in April with a bicep strain and then having his recovery derailed in June by a lat tear. With Sandy Alcantara (elbow) set to miss all of 2024, Miami's counting on Rogers to stay healthy and take a regular turn in the rotation, so getting the southpaw to Opening Day in one piece will be the priority.

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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Avoids arbitration with Miami

    Rogers (lat) signed a one-year contract with Miami on Thursday to avoid arbitration.

    Rogers was shut down in late April due to a lat and biceps issue and was not able to take the mound again in 2023. At the close of the regular season, he had yet to throw off a mound. He should have the chance to begin the 2024 campaign healthy, but his current status is unclear.

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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Still limiting to playing catch

    Rogers (lat) has been playing catch out to 75 feet up to four times per week as of Friday, MLB.com reports.

    The Marlins haven't officially shut Rogers down for the season, but the 25-year-old southpaw already seems to be turning his focus to getting healthy for spring training after suffering a partial tear of his right lat in early June while he was on a rehab assignment. Rogers, who was initially placed on the injured list April 21 with a left biceps strain, is expected to continue his throwing progression through the end of the season even though the Marlins seemingly don't have plans to activate him.

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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Begins throwing

    Rogers (lat) has started playing catch at Single-A Jupiter, Daniel Alvarez-Montes of ElExtraBase.com reports.

    Rogers was initially placed on the injured list in April with a left biceps strain, but he suffered a partial tear in his right lat in late June, extending his stay on the IL. Rogers still has a long way to go in his rehab process, but the news of him throwing again leaves room for optimism regarding a return in September.

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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Still not throwing

    Rogers (right lat tear) is still not throwing as of Friday, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports.

    Rogers has a partial tear in his non-throwing shoulder, which has been the reason he hasn't been able to resume a throwing program over the past five weeks. He has been attempting to keep his left arm strong during this shutdown period, but Rogers will likely require multiple rehab starts when he is cleared, since his last rehab start was June 5.

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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Not yet ready to throw

    The Marlins announced Friday that Rogers (lat/biceps) has resumed active range of motion in his right shoulder, but he still hasn't been cleared to resume throwing, MLB.com reports.

    Rogers was initially placed on the injured list April 21 due to a strain of the biceps in his (left) throwing arm, but rehabbing the lat strain to his non-throwing arm -- which he sustained during a rehab assignment in early June -- appears to be the greater priority at the moment. Now that he's regained range of motion in his right shoulder, Rogers may not have to wait long before he's able to start playing catch again, though the Marlins haven't offered up a timeline for when that might happen. Whenever he's deemed ready to begin a throwing program, Rogers could need around a month to complete his progression, so fantasy managers probably shouldn't count on him returning from the 60-day IL until around mid-August.

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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Shut down through All-Star break

    Rogers, who has a partial tear in his right (non-throwing) lat, hopes to have better clarity on his timeline after the All-Star break, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports.

    Rogers said that his doctors told him they had never seen a non-throwing shoulder injury like his, and he has "a ways to go" even though his range of motion has improved. He is primarily doing lower-body work and whatever he can to keep his left arm strong for when he gets the all-clear to start throwing again. Given that he won't begin a throwing program until after the All-Star break at the earliest, it sounds like Rogers may not be ready to rejoin the big-league rotation until around August. As odd as it seems, his non-throwing shoulder is now the only concern, as his left biceps injury is in the rearview mirror.

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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Still not throwing

    Rogers (biceps/shoulder) is still shut down from throwing, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports.

    He logged two excellent rehab starts May 30 and June 4 on his way back from a left biceps strain before getting shut down with right shoulder discomfort. It is unclear when Rogers will be able to resume a throwing program, but it's concerning that something with his non-throwing shoulder has kept him from throwing for multiple weeks.

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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Transferred to 60-day IL

    Rogers (biceps) was returned from his rehab assignment and transferred to the 60-day injured list Tuesday, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports.

    After Rogers was scratched from his rehab start with Triple-A Jacksonville due to discomfort in his non-throwing shoulder Saturday, the left-hander was moved to the 60-day IL. It's unclear whether the transaction was made due to his preexisting biceps injury or the new right shoulder ailment, but the move opens a spot on the 40-man roster for Archie Bradley on the 40-man roster, who had his contract selected by the Marlins on Tuesday. Rogers remains eligible be activated off of the injured list next Tuesday (June 20), though more information on his status will likely come in the near future.

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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Could make rehab start next week

    Rogers (biceps) could make a rehab start early next week for Triple-A Jacksonville if he receives positive medical results Sunday, Craig Mish of the Miami Herald reports.

    Rogers was scratched from his rehab start Saturday for Jacksonville due to discomfort in his non-throwing shoulder. The left-hander has been on the shelf since the middle of April because of biceps soreness, and he appears to be on the precipice of rejoining the Miami rotation. If Rogers can return to the mound for Jacksonville early next week, his next outing after that could come with Miami.

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  • Marlins' Trevor Rogers: Scratched from rehab start

    Rogers (biceps) was scratched from his scheduled rehab start Saturday with discomfort in his non-throwing shoulder, MLB.com reports.

    Rogers has been out since mid-April with biceps soreness. He's made a pair of rehab starts, giving up just two hits in nine scoreless innings, but the Marlins wanted him to make one more before activating him. He felt discomfort in his right shoulder during warm-ups and did not wind up making his scheduled appearance, and it's not yet clear how the Marlins will proceed.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-5, 217 lbs
Birthplace: Carlsbad, NM
Age: 26
Experience: 3
Bats/Throws: L, L