RP - TOR
Sergio Romo is signing an MLB deal with the Toronto Blue Jays.
The Blue Jays bullpen hasn't been super solid outside of Jordan Romano, so it makes sense for them to bring in a veteran presence. Romo wasn't good in 2021 with Seattle, he had an 8.16 ERA and 6.91 K/9 in 14.1 innings. He isn't worth a look right now but could find himself with some save opportunities if anything were to happen to Romano.
Sergio Romo and the Mariners have agreed to a one-year deal pending a physical.
The contract is worth $2 million plus $250,000 in bonus. The 14-year veteran reliever pitched for Oakland last season where he had a 4.67 ERA and 1.249 WHIP while picking up three saves. The Seattle bullpen is messy with Drew Steckenrider, Paul Sewald, and Diego Castillo all possible closers so Romo will most likely not see many, if any, save opportunities.
Sergio Romo earned the hold Monday against the Angels, allowing one hit while recording the final out of the seventh inning.
Romo entered the game for Burch Smith, who allowed four runs in the frame. He allowed one single that scored a run which was charged to Smith before recording a strikeout to escape the inning otherwise unscathed.
Sergio Romo earned the hold Sunday against the Angels, allowing three runs on two hits while recording one out (a strikeout) with two walks.
Despite Romo earning the hold, he recorded just one out while allowing three runs. Romo allowed just one run when he was in the game before he departed the game with the bases loaded, two of those runs scoring off Reymin Guduan which were charged to Romo.
Sergio Romo earned the hold Sunday against Minnesota, tossing 1.1 shutout innings with two strikeouts and one walk.
After tossing 1.1 shutout innings, Romo was relieved by Jake Diekman with one out in the eighth inning who went on to blow the Athletics 6-4 lead.