Latest Update Athletics C Stephen Vogt said "Surgery went well. Six to eight weeks I should be able to start activities." Tue Oct, 14, 10:08 PM
Is versatile in the field, since he can catch and play in the outfield. Can also hit for average and power, and displays both plate discipline and patience.
Flaws: : Needs to find his big-league niche. Must become a better game-caller and defensive receiver when behind the plate. Lacks defensive polish anywhere.
That timetable would prohibit Vogt from taking part in baseball activity until the early part of December, so he should be ready to go next spring. The Oakland jack of all trades batted .279 with nine home runs this past season.Analyst: David Kerr
Vogt is expected to have surgery on October 14 to repair a plantar plate tear in his foot. He was hoping to avoid the procedure but a second opinion pointed him towards it as well. The A's seem optimistic of a full recovery and Vogt should be ready to go by late-February of 2015.Analyst: Howard Bender
With the 2014 season officially over for Oakland, Vogt will finally undergo surgery to repair a plantar plate tear in his foot. He finished the season with a slash of .279/.321/.431 with nine home runs and 35 RBIs. Vogt will be ready to go next spring.Analyst: David Kerr
Even if the tear would require surgery, he would still be ready for spring training, so his fantasy value would be unscathed. If he elects to not have surgery, he would go by means of rest and rehab to fix it. Regardless, he should be ready for spring training no matter which route he elects.Analyst: Colby Conway