Romo earned the save Saturday against the Yankees despite allowing two runs and two hits across one inning with no walks or strikeouts.

Romo needed 16 pitches to close things out in the ninth and he was far from effective, giving up a two-run shot to Aaron Judge that made it a one-run game with two outs to go. Fortunately for Oakland, Romo retired Giancarlo Stanton and Joey Gallo to clinch his first save of the campaign. The two runs allowed on Judge's blast were the first ones he's allowed since Aug. 13, and he has given up just three runs across 11.2 innings (11 appearances) this month.

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