Rays' Sergio Romo: Effective in early spring appearances
Romo has allowed one hit over two scoreless innings across two spring training appearances.
The veteran right-hander has been utilized sparingly thus far, but he's looked sharp when on the mound. Romo was a rather pleasant surprise after arriving via trade with the Dodgers in mid-July last season, generating a 2-0 record, 1.47 ERA, .178 BAA and 28:7 K:BB across 30.2 innings over 25 appearances. Projected for a similar setup role in the coming season, he doesn't figure to see many save opportunities. However, Romo could be poised for a nice holds haul if he can replicate the caliber of stuff he displayed in the second half of 2017.
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