Los Angeles Dodgers on the verge of signing Giants relief pitcher Sergio Romo

Lake Charles, Louisiana
February 6, 2017 5:57pm CST
Former San Francisco Giants right handed relief pitcher Sergio Romo, 33, who is currently a free agent is on the verge of signing a one year, $3 million dollar contract with the rival of the Giants the Los Angeles Dodgers. The deal will become official when Romo passes his physical exam this week. Romo who has been a closer for the Giants as well as a set up relief pitcher during his career in the Major Leagues will likely be working as a set up relief pitcher behind Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen during the 2017 Major League Baseball season. Let the rivalry between the two National League West Division rivals begin to heat up in 2017.
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@JohnRoberts (41166)
• Los Angeles, California
7 Feb
It sounds like a prudent deal. Only 3 mil for one year. If Romo is sound, he can really help.
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• Lake Charles, Louisiana
8 Feb
The report from Fan Rag is that Romo was willing to take a pay cut to pitch for the Dodgers.
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@dfollin (12115)
• United States
7 Feb
I am so excited about baseball season to start.
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• Lake Charles, Louisiana
8 Feb
Me too.
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