Baseball America's Daily Dish chatted with Brewers super-prospect Mark Rogers:
On his pitching style: I always did my own thing as far as mechanically. Growing up, I was always watching Roger Clemens in Boston, New York, and in Toronto because they were always on television. I learned a lot from him of his work ethic and how he has pitched to batters. He has faced the best hitters in the world and is getting them out, so he must be doing something right. Recently I had the chance to watch Josh Beckett when he was in Double-A with the Florida Marlins because he was close to my hometown, about 30 minutes away. He wasn't there very long, but I got to see him pitch a couple of times. The stuff he had was unbelievable at the Double-A level and made hitters look silly. He is a fastball-curveball guy. I enjoyed watching him pitch. I tried to emulate my own mechanics, not necessarily mechanics, but emulate my pitching style after him.