Sergio Romo Oakland Athletics

Age: 38 (March 04, 1983) | 5' 11" | 185lbs. | Throws: Right P-73 3B-1
Tm Lg YEAR W L SV Hld G GS IP H HR BB SO ERA WHIP Rating BB/9 SO/9 BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
LAD A+ 2017 0 0 0 0 2 2 3.0 3 0 0 2 3.00 1.00 1.00 0.0 0.0 .317 n/a
LAD NL 2017 1 1 0 7 30 0 25.0 23 7 12 31 6.12 1.40 1.58 4.3 11.2 .288 35/25/40 -2 -0
TAM AL 2017 2 0 0 4 25 0 30.1 19 2 7 28 1.48 0.86 0.84 2.1 8.3 .228 39/16/45 8 7
TAM AL 2018 3 4 25 9 73 5 67.0 65 11 20 75 4.16 1.27 1.37 2.7 10.1 .322 36/20/44 18 11
MIN AL 2019 0 1 3 16 27 0 22.1 17 3 4 27 3.22 0.94 1.05 1.6 10.9 .280 36/20/44 5 4
MIA NL 2019 2 0 17 1 38 0 37.2 33 4 13 33 3.58 1.22 1.21 3.1 7.9 .284 36/18/45 14 8
MIN AL 2020 1 2 5 10 24 0 20.0 16 3 7 23 4.05 1.15 1.20 3.2 10.4 .280 31/20/48 13 9
OAK AL 2021 0 0 0 1 6 0 5.2 8 1 3 4 9.53 1.94 1.94 4.8 6.4 .369 29/33/38 -2 -1
Career 14yrs 41 34 134 48 738 5 647.1 512 70 155 719 3.02 1.03 1.07 2.2 10.0 .285 n/a
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Might be a little too low, even for 5x5.

Alex Patton Alex
Nov 17 '18
I'm working on Big Prices for the Guide. Today I have Sergio Romo with a price of $3. What do you think?
Peter Kreutzer Rotoman
Nov 17 '18

He certainly did pitch effectively ... that's how/why he got a Save ...

Howard Lynch LynchMob
Sep 28 '18

I had thought, and perhaps I am wrong, that there was something in the save rule that required that you pitch effectively, or something like that.

Mike Dean TMU2009
Sep 28 '18

A little late with this one from the Monkey but it belongs in the ongoing saga of Sergio Romo.

Tampa Bay Rays — Every save is beautiful in its own way, but last night Sergio Romo earned one that only a Monkey could love. Romo got out of a light inherited jam in the eighth with the Rays up one, and then the team scored four runs to put things out of reach. Or so we thought. With a walk and five straight singles, the Yankees put the go-ahead run on first, and Romo — the eighth Rays pitcher of the game — still had two outs to get. He managed, somehow, and the coveted four-run, four-out save was all his.

Hierarchy remains: *Romo | Alvarado | Roe. 
* = closer-by-committee

Alex Patton Alex
Sep 28 '18

Some food for thought......has a pitcher ever made at least 5 starts and still average less than 1 inning per outing in a season. 

van wilhoite LVW
Sep 6 '18

This is the guy the Phils could have acquired without giving up anything of significance.

jeff merk jeffamerk
Sep 5 '18

Tampa Bay Rays – Well, Sergio Romo was finally spotted on a Major League mound Tuesday night. With the tying run on deck in the ninth inning, Romo replaced Adam Kolarek and retired the next two batters to preserve a 4-0 win and record his 19th save of the season. After the game, Kevin Cash said the reason for Romo’s absence was that the matchups weren’t right. Jose Alvarado, who had recorded two of the Rays’ last three saves, was used in the sixth inning to protect a 1-0 lead in a move also dictated by matchups. We’ll keep Alvarado atop the Tampa hierarchy for now, but that could change if Romo becomes a late-innings regular again.

Hierarchy remains: *Alvarado | Romo | Roe.
* = closer-by-committee

Alex Patton Alex
Sep 5 '18

Tampa Bay Rays – Sergio Romo’s disappearing act continued on Sunday, as Jose Alvarado recorded another save in the would-be closer’s absence. The Rays beat has been entirely silent about Romo, as nobody has appeared to even ask about his whereabouts despite the fact that he hasn’t pitched since August 25. We’re nudging Alvarado to the top of this committee until Romo shows his face again.

Updated hierarchy: *Alvarado | Romo | Roe.
* = closer-by-committee

Alex Patton Alex
Sep 3 '18

Just a wonderful box score for the Rays - Yanks game today.  Not so much because the Yankees lost (though that always helps) but because Romo not only played 3b but also got the save even though he's not the last pitcher listed in the box score.  Venters is the last pitcher and is credited with the hold.

The explanation is simple enough: Romo comes in - then Venters pitches to the lefty while Romo hides at third - then Romo comes back and finishes it off.

I'm sure its happened before but I can't ever remember the saver not listed at the end of a box score.

Kevin Cash for manager of the year.

Gary Cruciani Megary
Jul 25 '18