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Miguel Romero

Miguel Romero

Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 0"/202 lbs
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born: Manuel Tames, Cuba
College: None
Draft: Undrafted
  • East Bay Times

    The Oakland A's bullpen is defying expectations, which has its pros and cons

    The A’s would never publicly admit that hanging onto a pitcher with experience closing games was a bad move, but entering Friday’s game against the Rangers, Trivino had posted a 7.94 ERA in 16 games this year. The ninth-inning of Thursday’s game against Texas was another low point for Trivino, who entered a 1-1 game and struck out the first batter he faced before surrendering a single to former A’s catcher Jonah Heim and a double to Adolis García.

  • Salt Lake City Sun

    Rangers look to pick up steam vs. Athletics

    Gray took the loss after being blitzed for five runs in 2 1/3 innings in his lone appearance vs. Oakland last June, while Irvin is 3-2 with a 3.44 ERA in six career starts against Texas. The Rangers rode a ninth-inning uprising to a 4-1 win Thursday in the first game of the series. Adolis Garcia drove home pinch-runner Eli White with the lead run, and Nathaniel Lowe followed with a two-run homer to help the Rangers to their second straight win after three consecutive losses.

  • Athletics Nation

    Elephant Rumblings: Are 'hitters counts' a thing of the past?

    Happy Friday, Athletics Nation! Eno Sarris gets deep into baseball nerd-lore like few others. Yesterday, in a terrific piece in The Athletic, he detailed the demise of the hitters’ count and its root cause: the rise of the slider.