4 Marlins' starters available - 2. Trevor Rogers
Trevor Rogers is an interesting one here. For one, he had a down season in 2022 after being elite the year prior. He finished 2021 with a 2.64 ERA in 133 innings but spun out of control with a 5.47 in 2022. This will be a case of Jed Hoyer and Carter Hawkins coming together to see if they can unlock something in Rogers to get him back to 2021 form. Like everybody on this list, he has flashed elite stuff, but it is now about staying consistent.
Rogers still has four years of team control. Although, after a down showing in 2020, followed by more of the same in 2022, he may be able to be had for cheaper than the rest on this list. Again, it will be up to the front office to study his mechanics and see if they can work their magic with someone like him. Rogers seems like the perfect candidate that is one fine tune away from unlocking his true potential, which we already saw in 2021.