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Top Jake Rogers News
Tigers' Jake Rogers: Starting Sunday
Rogers is starting at catcher and batting eighth in Sunday's game against the White Sox.
Eric Haase continues to serve as the team's primary catcher, but he'll get the day game off, which opens up a start for Rogers. The latter is batting just .156, though he's managed six home runs in 36 games, giving him some all-or-nothing appeal at the plate.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Jake Rogers: Goes deep Tuesday
Rogers went 1-for-3 with a walk and a solo home run in Tuesday's 10-6 loss to the Rangers.
Rogers has been losing playing time to Eric Haase behind the plate lately, but Haase started in left field Tuesday, which opened up a spot for Rogers. He responded with his sixth home run of the season across 35 games. The occasional power is about all that Rogers can be counted on, as he's batting just .161 and striking out nearly 36 percent of the time.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Jake Rogers: Losing work to Haase
Rogers is not in the starting lineup for Sunday's tilt against the White Sox.
Rogers' average dropped to .156 after another hitless effort in Saturday's 7-3 win, and he's registered just a .431 OPS in his 43 plate appearances in May. Now on the bench for the fourth time in five games, Rogers seems to have ceded primary catching duties to Eric Haase.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Jake Rogers: Sits amid slump
Rogers is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game in Kansas City.
Rogers will receive a breather in the series finale after he served as Detroit's starting catcher in three of the previous four games. Eric Haase will check in behind the dish in place of Rogers, who has gone 0-for-13 with six strikeouts over his last four starts to bring his batting average down to .163 for the season.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Jake Rogers: Back in lineup Sunday
Rogers is starting at catcher and batting ninth in Sunday's game against the Mariners.
After sitting out Saturday, Rogers will return to the lineup Sunday, bumping Eric Haase to the bench. The two are mostly splitting time behind the plate, though Haase is also seeing time in the outfield. Rogers has five home runs and a .437 slugging percentage, though he's batting just .183, so he's been pretty boom or bust.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Jake Rogers: On bench Saturday
Rogers will hit the bench Saturday against Seattle.
Rogers still has a narrow 21-17 lead over Eric Haase in starts behind the plate, but Haase has also picked up seven starts in right field and two as a designated hitter. Rogers is hitting a lopsided .183/.275/.437 this season, showing power but not much contact at the plate.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Jake Rogers: Starting behind plate Sunday
Rogers is starting at catcher and batting ninth in Sunday's game against the Cardinals.
Rogers has seemingly inched ahead of Eric Haase as the primary starter behind the plate, though the latter will start in left field Sunday. Both players should continue to split playing time, at least until someone gets hot and earns a larger role. Rogers has some pop but is slashing only .200/.313/.418 this year.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Jake Rogers: Takes seat Monday
Rogers is out of the lineup for Monday's game against the Guardians.
After catching in three of the Tigers' last four games, Rogers will receive a breather while Eric Haase gets a turn behind the plate. Rogers was the Tigers' offensive star in Sunday's 12-6 loss to the Cardinals, with his grand slam accounting for two-thirds of his team's runs on the day.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Jake Rogers: Blasts grand slam in loss
Rogers went 1-for-4 with a grand slam in Sunday's 12-6 loss to the Tigers.
Rogers took Jojo Romero deep center field in the sixth to put the Tigers up 6-3 over the Cardinals. That lead would not last, however, after the Cardinals scored seven runs of their own in the bottom of the frame. Rogers has not gotten consistent playing time behind the plate yet leads his team with a .767 OPS and is tied at the top with four homers. He's now slashing .203/.309/.458 with seven extra base hits, 12 RBI, seven runs and an 8:24 BB:K over 68 plate appearances.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Jake Rogers: Sitting Saturday
Rogers will be on the bench Saturday against the Cardinals.
Rogers has seen a marginal uptick in playing time lately, but his off day means he leads Eric Haase in starts behind the plate by the narrowest of margins, starting 16 games to Haase's 15. Rogers has hit .200/.313/.418 with three homers this year, while Haase has homered twice while slashing .278/.337/.405.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Jake Rogers: Resting for evening game
Rogers is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Mets.
Rogers will get a breather after he caught all nine innings and went 0-for-3 at the plate in the opening game of the day. Eric Haase, who served as the Tigers' designated hitter in Game 1, will step in behind the dish for the nightcap.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Jake Rogers: Goes deep Sunday
Rogers went 1-for-3 with a walk and a two-run home run in Sunday's 5-3 loss to the Orioles.
Rogers went deep in the fifth inning, giving him three long balls on the season across 18 games. It looks like he's taken over as the primary catcher for the Tigers, supplanting Eric Haase, who appeared as a pinch hitter Sunday. Rogers has some pop and could be an option in deeper formats so long as he's seeing regular playing time.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Jake Rogers: Seeing more work
Rogers will start at catcher and bat eighth in Sunday's game against the Orioles.
Rogers will step in behind the dish for the fourth time in six games and may have supplanted Eric Haase as the Tigers' preferred option at catcher. In addition to holding a nearly 100-point advantage over Haase in OPS this season (.713 to .621), Rogers is regarded as the superior defender of the two.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Jake Rogers: Enters lineup Sunday
Rogers is starting at catcher and batting eighth in Sunday's game against the Orioles.
With Eric Haase getting the series finale off, Rogers will enter the lineup. Rogers started the season off with two home runs in his first four games but hasn't gone deep in seven contests since then, though he has managed a .294 batting average during the most recent stretch.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Jake Rogers: Back on bench Sunday
Rogers is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Red Sox.
Rogers had started behind the plate in three of the Tigers' last four games, going 2-for-11 with a home run and three RBI. Though he still appears to be the Tigers' nominal No. 2 backstop behind Eric Haase -- who will catch Sunday's game -- Rogers should have the chance to play more often than most backup catchers around the league thanks to Haase's ability to fill in at designated hitter or in the corner outfield.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Jake Rogers: Starting Saturday
Rogers is starting at catcher and batting ninth in Saturday's game against the Red Sox.
Rogers takes over as the backstop with Eric Haase getting the day off. The former already has two home runs in just 12 at-bats this season, so it makes sense that the Tigers are looking to get his bat in the lineup more frequently. Moving forward, Haase can also play in left field, so Rogers may be able to secure more regular playing time at catcher if he keeps hitting well.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Jake Rogers: Blasts home run Thursday
Rogers went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run in Thursday's loss to the Red Sox.
Rogers went deep against Chris Sale in the second inning, giving the Detroit catcher his second home run this season in just 12 at-bats. Eric Haase started in left field Thursday, and if the Tigers do that more often, Rogers could see a larger role behind the plate. For now, he's still Haase's primary backup at the catcher position, but Rogers looks like a sneaky play whenever he's in the lineup due to his power potential.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Jake Rogers: Goes deep Sunday
Rogers went 1-for-3 with a solo home run in Sunday's 5-1 loss to the Rays.
Rogers provided all the offense for a Detroit team that has been stagnant at the plate so far this season. The catcher has some pop, and if the Tigers continue to struggle to score runs, it's possible that Rogers earns more playing time moving forward. For now, he's the clear backup to Eric Haase, who figures to reenter the lineup Monday.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Jake Rogers: Making first 2023 start
Rogers is starting at catcher and batting ninth in Sunday's game against the Rays.
Eric Haase started the first two games of the season behind the plate, but he'll give way to Rogers on Sunday. The latter had a strong spring and could provide a little bit of pop from the catcher position, though he's unlikely to see enough playing time to be much of a fantasy factor at the moment.... See More ... See Less
Tigers' Jake Rogers: Will be on Opening Day roster
Rogers was told Friday that he has made the Tigers' Opening Day roster, Chris McCosky of the Detroit News reports.
He will open as the No. 2 catcher behind Eric Haase. Andrew Knapp and Michael Papierski did not make the cut. Rogers missed the entire 2022 season while recovering from Tommy John surgery, but he's recaptured his power stroke this spring, and his defense could encourage Detroit to push Haase to DH or a corner outfield spot more frequently this year.... See More ... See Less
|HT/WT: 6-1, 192 lbs|
|Birthplace: Canyon, TX|
|Bats/Throws: R, R|