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Brent Rooker

Brent Rooker

AVG
.281
HR
11
RBI
32
R
23
Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 4"/225 lbs
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born: Germantown, Tennessee
College: Mississippi State
Draft: 2017 1st round by the
  • New York Post

    Fantasy baseball: How owners should view Brent Rooker

    Commercial Content 21+. Brent Rooker was an All-Star in 2023 (even if it felt like an “everyone gets a trophy” moment just so the A's had a representative), a season in which he hit .246 with 30 homers, 69 RBIs, 61 runs and a .817 OPS. (He also struck out 172 times, but more on that later.) Rooker started this year slowly, hitting .206 with five homers, 13 RBIs, 31 strikeouts and a .769 OPS in March-April. This month has been a totally different ballgame with the 29-year-old hitting .377 with five homers, 15 RBIs, 13 runs and 1.186 OPS in 14 games. (Those numbers looked even better before going 1-for-12 in three games before Friday.) This hot stretch made Rooker the most added player in ESPN

  • KPVI

    Mariners leap ahead early, beat Athletics

    Julio Rodriguez hit his first home run at T-Mobile Park this season as the Seattle Mariners defeated the visiting Oakland Athletics 8-4 Sunday afternoon. Mitch Garver and Seby Zavala also homered and Luis Castillo pitched six quality innings for the Mariners, who moved past Texas and into first place in the American League West.

  • Associated Press

    Bleday homers, Estes earns first win as A's beat Mariners 8-1

    Rookie starter Joey Estes struck out five in five solid innings after being called up earlier in the day for his first major league win, and the Oakland Athletics beat the Seattle Mariners 8-1 on Saturday night. Abraham Toro and Brent Rooker hit run-scoring singles in the two-run third inning to put Oakland up 2-1. Max Schuemann added a three-run double in the eighth and JJ Bleday had a two-run homer in the ninth as Oakland snapped a two-game losing streak.