As Marlins pitching depth thins, Rogers’ early struggles prove costly in loss to Cardinals

It took Trevor Rogers until the second inning of his season debut to look like the pitcher the Miami Marlins had so much optimism about at the end of spring training. That first-inning settling in period, however, ultimately proved costly for him individually and for the team overall on Monday night at loanDepot park. Rogers threw 38 pitches, gave up four walks and allowed three runs before getting the first three outs. He barely made it through four innings as a result of the high pitch count, and the Marlins opened a three-game series against the St. Louis Cardinals with a 4-1 loss. The Marl…

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