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J.C. Romero on the Waiver Wire


The Phillies have designated J.C. Romero for assignment

Romero was released by the Boston Red Sox in June of 2007 and promptly signed with the Phillies, posting a 1.24 ERA in 36 innings of relief. He later re-signed with the Phillies in Niovemer for a 3 year, $12 million deal, and signed with them once more this January.

In 24 games, 16.1 IP, this year, Romero had posted a 3.86 ERA with ten strikeouts and twelve walks.

 

Ray Searage can obviously take care of a pitching staff.  Romeros walks are a little rediculous, but his ERA isnt bad.  Im curious what everything may think about giving him a shot?

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