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Sal Romano earned a three-inning save against the Cubs on Saturday, his second save of the year. He allowed one run on five hits, and recorded two strikeouts.
Romano pitched the last three innings in a blowout 10-1 in Saturday, with him allowing the only Cubs' run via a solo homer. Romano's season ERA is 3.00, and he has four strikeouts in six innings.
Sal Romano recorded his first career save Tuesday against the Brewers, allowing one run on three hits and a walk over three innings while striking out two.
With the Reds commanding a nine-run lead, Romano was called on to close out the game from the seventh inning in what was his first big league appearance of the year. It remains to be seen how/when the Reds will use Romano, but it likely won't be in high-leverage situations.
Sal Romano struggled through his five innings pitched on Tuesday, surrending five runs on seven hits against the Brewers. He struck out five and walked two.
It's the second straight dud Romano has thrown after getting rocked by Cleveland in his previous outing. The performance tonight raised his ERA to a brutal 5.46 on the year. Romano has let up eleven earned runs in his four August outings so far. He is well off the fantasy radar.
Sal Romano was trounced by the Indians Tuesday, allowing six runs on seven hits with two walks and a strikeout over 1 2/3 innings.
Romano has been useful in spurts this season, mostly as a deep-league streamer in good matchups, but this certainly wasn't his day. He's been hard to trust in most leagues, as he now has an ERA and WHIP of 5.31 and 1.45 on the season.
Sal Romano struggled against the Tigers on Wednesday, giving up four runs on eight hits over 5 1/3 innings while taking the loss. He struck out four and walked none.
Romano gave up a two-run double to Jose Iglesias in the second and a solo homer to Jim Adduci in the fourth. Wandy Peralta then allowed an inherited runner to score forcing in Romano's fourth earned run. The loss on the day dropped Romano to 6-9 on the year. He's scheduled to face the lowly Mets in his next start.