Trevor Rogers

Trevor Rogers

SP - MIA
Height: 6-5
Weight: 217 lbs
Age: 26
College:
Miami Marlins

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The ScoreMarlins' Schumaker backs Rogers' dugout outburst: People are sick of losing

Miami Marlins manager Skip Schumaker supports and understands why left-hander Trevor Rogers lost his cool in the dugout during Friday's loss to the Philadelphia Phillies.Rogers threw his glove and cap and knocked over a container of sunflower seeds and cups after allowing five runs (four earned) on nine hits with three strikeouts and one walk over 3 1/3 innings in the 8-2 defeat to drop his record to 0-6 this season. A frustrating outing for Trevor Rogers. pic.twitter.com/7846gyf0sR Bally Sports Florida: Marlins (@BallyMarlins) May 11, 2024 "I think there should be a lot of (upset) people," manager Skip Schumaker said postgame, according to Christina De Nicola of MLB.com. "No one wants to get their butt kicked every night. I think people are probably sick of that. I think there's probably frustration, but I think anger is good at times because it builds adrenaline, it means you care. So, I think if you're just going through the motions and checking boxes, and it's just another game, so to speak, then you're not made for this."I don't mind a broken helmet, a bat slam, or whatever you're doing. There's got to be some sort of emotion, because I think sadness is not the emotion you want. You want to be angry, frustrated, the whole deal, to get some energy going, some emotion going, because that's where real adrenaline starts coming from. I don't mind it. It just means you care."Miami (10-30) owns the worst record in the majors heading into Saturday's action. The club also traded reigning two-time batting champion Luis Arraez to the San Diego Padres last week.Meanwhile, a small protest by Marlins fans, who were upset over the club's direction, took place outside of loanDepot Park before Friday's contest.Copyright © 2024 Score Media Ventures Inc. All rights reserved. Certain content reproduced under license.

Source: The Score
Saturday, May 11, 2024


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