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45 Enny Romero SP
Height/Weight: 6-3/165 | Birthdate: 1/24/1991 | Birthplace: Santo Domingo, DR | Bats/Throws: L/L | Team: Tampa Bay | College: None | MLB Experience: 1 | Owned/Started%: 2/0 | Average Draft Position: 366.80
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Enny Romero will not be activated by Rays


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(5/13/2014) Rays pitcher Enny Romero, who traveled to Seattle Tuesday to join his team, will not be activated from the minors, the Tampa Bay Times reports.

The Rays checked out a few players, including Thursday starter Erik Bedard, but everyone has been cleared, meaning Romero isn't needed. He may stick around for a day or two before heading back to Triple-A Durham.


Enny Romero joining Rays in Seattle


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(5/13/2014) Rays Triple-A pitcher Enny Romero is headed to Seattle to join the team, the Tampa Bay Times reports.

Romero may be primed to start Wednesday in place of Jake Odorizzi for an unreported issue, or he may be serving as insurance for the team over the next few days. He has made seven starts with Triple-A Durham, going 2-4 with a 5.02 ERA and 36:19 K:BB ratio in 37 2/3 innings.


Enny Romero scratched from Triple-A start Monday


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(4/14/2014) Rays pitcher Enny Romero was scratched from Monday's start with Triple-A Durham so that he could be a fallback option if Jake Odorizzi cannot start Tuesday, the Tampa Bay Times reports.

Odorizzi is dealing with an illness and may need a start off while he recovers. Romero has made two starts with Durham, going 1-1 with a 3.72 ERA and 12:5 K:BB ratio in 9 2/3 innings.


Rays ship three to Triple-A Durham


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(3/8/2014) The Rays optioned pitchers Alex Colome, Mike Montgomery and Enny Romero down to Triple-A Durham on Saturday.

Rays have in-house options to replace injured starting pitcher


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(2/3/2014) Rays starting pitcher Jeremy Hellickson is expected to be out until at least mid-May after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his right elbow last week, according to the Tampa Bay Times. The paper suggests the Rays could sign a free agent or trade for a starting pitcher, but they do have in-house options to replace Hellickson.

Marc Topkin of the Times suggests Jake Odorizzi would likely be the top option to pitch in Hellickson absence, but also mentions Alex Colome and Enny Romero as replacement starters.


Enny Romero may be used in relief


by Al Melchior | Data Analyst
(9/23/2013) The Tampa Bay Times reports that the Rays may use pitching prospect Enny Romero out of the bullpen at some point during the final week of the regular season.

Romero made his major league debut Sunday, making a 4 2/3-inning start as a fill-in for Jeremy Hellickson, who pitched in relief during the Rays' 18-inning win over the Orioles on Friday.


Enny Romero allows one hit in debut


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(9/22/2013) Rays pitcher Enny Romero allowed one hit while walking four and striking out none in 4 2/3 scoreless innings in his major-league debut Sunday. He did not factor into the decision in his team's 3-1 win over the Orioles.

Romero made 27 starts for Double-A Montgomery this season, going 11-7 with a 2.76 ERA, 1.30 WHIP and 110:73 K:BB ratio in 140 1/3 innings. It'll likely be his only start for the Rays after Jeremy Hellickson was pressed into duty in Friday's 18-inning game.


Enny Romero set to start Sunday against O's


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(9/21/2013) The Rays recalled  Enny Romero from Triple-A Durham Saturday. He will make the start Sunday against the Orioles. The left-hande posted a 2.61 ERA in 28 starts between Double-A and Triple-A this season.

Montgomery among Rays' cuts


by Bill Passonno | CBSSports.com
(3/11/2013) The Tampa Bay Rays continued shaping their roster and made the following moves Monday: pitchers Alex Colome, Frank De Los Santos and Mike Montgomery were optioned to Triple-A Durham; pitcher Enny Romero was sent to Double-A Montgomery; pitcher Felipe Rivero was optioned to Class A Charlotte and pitchers Matt Buschmann, Marquis Fleming and Adam Liberatore were reassigned to the minor-league camp.

Romero a 'legitimate' prospect


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(2/21/2013) You might not know a lot about Rays pitching prospect Enny Romero, but apparently it's time to take notice, according to MLB.com. "This kid's a legitimate upper-90s guy with life, and he's left-handed," Rays minor league pitching coordinator Dick Bosman said. He's not the only person in the Rays' organization who raves about Romero. "The first time I saw him throw in a game was last year in spring training," Double-A Montgomery catcher Mark Thomas said. "He got every guy out and struck out 11 of 12 -- four innings, he struck out 11. I'm like, 'Whew.'" Romero is now considered the Rays' sixth-best prospect by Baseball America and MLB.com. "It's nice to watch him grow up," Bosman said. "He comes over here and has all the basic requirements. He's long and tall and his arm works well. The ball comes out of his hand real well. Now, can we harness all this stuff?"