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Height/Weight: 6-1/190 | Birthdate: 8/29/1978 | Birthplace: San Pedro de Macoris, DR | Bats/Throws: R/R | Team: Arizona | College: No College | MLB Experience: 3
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Arizona reassigns 3 players


(3/22/2010) Arizona reassigned outfielder Evan Frey, catcher Carlos Corporan and infielder Ed Rogers to minor-league camp Monday.

D-Backs sign SS Rogers to minor deal


(2/21/2010) The Diamondbacks signed shortstop Ed Rogers to a minor league deal.

D-Backs give Rogers minor deal


(6/4/2009) The Arizona Diamondbacks signed infielder Ed Rogers to a minor league contract Thursday.

Nats make slew of spring cuts


(3/10/2008) The Nationals reassigned RHP Collin Balester, RHP Rob Bell, LHP Eude Brito, RHP Bobby Brownlie, RHP Adam Carr, SS Ian Desmond, OF Jason Dubois, C Javier Herrera, 1B Luis Jimenez, SS Ed Rogers, RHP Brian Sanches, LHP Jason Stanford and RHP Dennis Tankersley to minor league camp. Also, they optioned OF Rogeravin Bernadina to Double-A Harrisburg, RHP Tyler Clippard to Triple-A Columbus, LHP Ross Detwiler to Class A Potomac, OF Justin Maxwell to Double-A Harrisburg, RHP Garrett Mock and 1B Josh Whitesell to Triple-A Columbus. Finally, they released C Chad Moeller unconditionally.

Rogers among Nats spring invitees


(11/28/2007) Left-hander Mike Bacsik, who gave up Barry Bonds' record-breaking 756th homer, agreed to terms on a minor league deal with the Nationals. Bacsik was among 19 minor league free agents the Nationals announced Tuesday agreed to contracts and were invited to spring training. The other minor league free agents, several of whom have major league experience, are right-handers Steven Shell, Dennis Tankersley, Bobby Brownlie, Tristan Crawford and Jim Ed Warden; left-handers Mike Hinckley, Arnie Munoz and Jason Stanford; catchers Humberto Cota and Chad Moeller; infielders William Bergolla, Yurendell DeCaster, Antonio Perez, Luis Jimenez and Ed Rogers; and outfielders Jason Dubois, Tommy Murphy and Jorge Padilla.

Red Sox make some minor cuts


(3/18/2007) Red Sox LHP Craig Breslow, C George Kottaras and OF Brandon Moss were optioned to Triple-A Pawtucket, while RHP Runelvys Hernandez, RHP Travis Hughes and SS Ed Rogers were assigned to minor-league camp. Also, the Red Sox optioned RHP Kyle Jackson to Double-A Portland.

Red Sox hand out 18 spring invites


(2/7/2007) The Red Sox invited 18 non-roster players to spring training: pitchers Abe Alvarez, Adam Bernero, Mike Burns, Bryan Corey, Runelvys Hernandez, and Travis Hughes; catchers Dusty Brown, Kevin Cash, and Alberto Castillo; infielders Jeff Bailey, Luis Jimenez, Joe McEwing, Ed Rogers, Bobby Scales, and Chad Spann; and outfielders Jacoby Ellsbury, Alex Ochoa, and Kerry Robinson.

BoSox hand out some minor deals


(12/20/2006) Catcher Alberto Castillo, an 11-year major league veteran, was among eight players who agreed Wednesday to minor league contracts by the Boston Red Sox. Pitcher Travis Hughes, infielders Jeff Bailey, Luis Jimenez, Joe McEwing, Ed Rogers and Bobby Scales and outfielder Kerry Robinson also agreed to contracts. McEwing spent the season in the Houston organization, batting .315 at Triple-A Round Rock and going hitless in six at bats with the Astros. Rogers spent the last nine seasons in the Baltimore organization, Scales was in the Philadelphia system last year and Robinson was in the Kansas City organization in 2006.

O's Rogers sent to Triple-A


(7/9/2006) The Orioles sent infielder Ed Rogers to Triple-A Ottawa on Sunday and planned to activate infielder Chris Gomez from the 60-day DL. Gomez, who broke his hand when he was hit by a pitch May 10, will complete a rehab assignment Monday at Double-A Bowie and rejoin the Orioles after the All-Star break. He hit .222 with one home run and four RBI in 24 games before the injury.

Rogers has ball up his sleeve


(6/19/2006) When LF Ed Rogers fielded a seventh-inning single, the ball kicked off the heel of his glove, rolled up his sleeve and got caught inside his jersey, behind his neck. Rogers bent over and was able to remove the ball before the runners advanced any further.

Rogers recalled again by O's


(6/14/2006) The Baltimore Orioles placed right fielder Jay Gibbons on the 15-day disabled list Wednesday, only two days after he came off it. He left Tuesday night's game in the third inning after re-injuring his right knee during an at-bat. The injury stems from a spill he took while trying to catch a fly ball in a May 26 game against the Anaheim Angels. "He's a gamer," manager Sam Perlozzo said. "It's natural for him to do everything possible to get back in the lineup." The Orioles recalled outfielder Ed Rogers from Triple-A Ottawa - just two days after optioning him to Ottawa.

Ed Rogers optioned on Monday


(6/12/2006) Rogers was optioned to Triple-A Ottawa on Monday to make room for Jay Gibbons (hip, knee) on the active roster.

Rogers recalled from Triple-A


(6/3/2006) The Baltimore Orioles recalled outfielder Ed Rogers from Triple-A Ottawa on Saturday. Rogers started in left field against the New York Yankees on Saturday. In an earlier stint this season with the Orioles, from May 12-20, he went 3-for-10. Rogers has been used primarily as an infielder, but the Orioles hope to use him in the outfield to fill the void left by Jay Gibbons' absence. Rogers made an impression during spring training, and now will get another chance to prove he can play well in the big leagues. "He had a good spring for us. He played all the infield positions and he played them well, made some great plays," Baltimore manager Sam Perlozzo said. "I think in winter ball he plays left field. He's played a little in Ottawa. Quite honestly, I haven't seen a whole lot of him out there. We'll wing it and see what happens."

Ed Rogers optioned to Triple-A


(5/24/2006) Rogers was optioned to Triple-A Ottawa on Wednesday following the return of Brian Roberts (groin) from the 15-day disabled list.

Rogers doubles hits total


(5/20/2006) Ed Rogers started at second base on Friday and had two hits, which doubled his major league hit total in his previous stints in the big leagues. He also got his first big league RBI.Ed Rogers started on Friday and had two hits, which doubled his major league hit total in his previous stints in the big leagues. He also got his first big league RBI.

Rogers brought up by O's


(5/13/2006) The Orioles purchased the contract of INF Ed Rogers from Triple-A Ottawa on Friday. He replaces INF Chris Gomez, who was put on the 60-day disabled list Thursday with a broken bone in his hand. Rogers was batting .313 (35-for-112) in 30 games with the Lynx.

Ed Rogers headed to O's Friday


(5/11/2006) Rogers will have his contract purchased from Triple-A Ottawa on Friday. "I just found out last night. It feels so good to be here," the rookie said. "That's why we work over here. That's the goal."

O's assign SS Rogers to minors


(4/2/2006) The Orioles reassigned LHP John Halama, C Brandon Marsters, RHP Cory Morris, RHP Eddy Rodriguez, SS Eddie Rogers and RHP Tyler Yates to their minor league camp.

Ed Rogers on the outside


(3/17/2006) MLB.com reports David Newhan leads Ed Rogers, Desi Relaford and Eddy Garabito for a reserve spot on the Orioles roster. He continues to impress team management with his hitting and hustle.

Rogers gets a start in outfield


(3/16/2006) According to the Baltimore Sun, Oriole's manager Sam Perlozzo gave Ed Rogers, a natural infielder, the start in left field Wednesday.

O's sign Rogers to minor deal


(11/2/2005) The Orioles signed RHP Sendy Rleal, RHP Marino Salas, LHP Scott Rice, LHP Carlos Jan, LHP Jason Pearson, 1B Leo Daigle, OF Noah Hall and SS Ed Rogers to minor-league contracts.

O's send SS Rogers to Triple-A


(10/11/2005) The Orioles announced 2B Bernie Castro, 1B Alejandro Freire, OF Ramon Nivar, OF Keith Reed and SS Eddie Rogers cleared waivers and were sent outright to Triple-A Ottawa of the IL.

O's purchase Rogers' contract


(9/8/2005) The Orioles purchased the contract of INF Ed Rogers from Triple-A Ottawa.

Rogers sent to camp


(3/29/2005) The Baltimore Sun reports the Orioles have reassigned Ed Rogers to the team's minor-league camp in Sarasota, Fla.

Eddie Rogers clears waivers


(7/29/2003) Rogers cleared waivers on Tuesday and was outrighted to Double-A Bowie. He was designated for assignment on July 21.