J.C. Romero

#48RP,
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 215
Bat: S
Throw: L
Born:
College: Mobile
Birth Place: Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico
Draft: 1997 21st round by the
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    MLB's return to Puerto Rico creates dream scenario for Francisco Lindor

    Francisco Lindor (C) represented Puerto Rico during the 2017 World Baseball Classic. Now he’ll lead the Cleveland Indians to his home country in 2018. The Cleveland Indians and Minnesota Twins will play a two-game series at Hiram Bithorn Stadium in San Juan, Puerto Rico, next season.

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    Avisail Garcia having All-Star season despite unrest from his native homeland Venezuela

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  • Kris Bryant, Cubs receive multiple ESPY nominations
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    The Cubs have been nominated for several ESPY awards, including Kris Bryant's nod in the best male athlete and best MLB player categories. The Cuds are up for best team and their World Series Game 7 classic against the Cleveland Indians is a candidate for best game. The Cubs championship as well as the 2016 National League MVP award boosted Bryant's international profile. It's Bryant first nomination in the best male category. Voting for the 25th ESPYs is underway, and fans can votes up to the live broadcast at 7 p.m. July 12 on ABC. Peyton Manning hosts ESPN's awards show at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. The Cubs aren't the only ones who will be representing the Chicago area and Illinois.