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?