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BUFFALO (BLUE JAYS) ( BOX ) – Xander Bogaerts went 0-for-4 with a pair of strikeouts — both against left-hander Ricky Romero . That’s noteworthy given that Bogaerts had been dominant against left-handed pitching, at a time when the Red
10th of the year), ending a 20-game home run draught. One of the homers came against left-hander Ricky Romero (yes, that Ricky Romero ), marking the left-handed Hazelbaker’s second home run of the year against a southpaw. Hazelbaker
you hope [R.A.] Dickey and [ Josh] Johnson are good but you've got questions on [ Brandon] Morrow and [ Ricky ] Romero . The Yankees have question marks in the rotation. Tampa has a really good rotation, but I might put Boston second
All of them saw an ERA increase in one year and a decrease in another under Farrell. Most notably, putative Jays ace Ricky Romero had a breakthrough season in 2011, with his ERA tumbling to 2.92. Yet in 2012, he endured a derailment even
must hope for a return to health (Jose Bautista, Brandon Morrow , Kyle Drabek, Drew Hutchison) and effectiveness ( Ricky Romero ) while hoping that Edwin Encarnacion’s emergence as one of the preeminent sluggers in the AL at age 29 was not a
the eighth with two outs and none on and the Red Sox trailing just 2-1. Shoppach was 0-for-8 going in against Ricky Romero . He ended the inning with a strikeout swinging. I've got to think that is a situation where Valentine could use
allowed the Jays just two runs, while Price's total is seven earned runs over 30 1/3 innings. On the flip-side, Ricky Romero has had some success in his four starts against the Rays, compiling a 2.25 ERA while going 3-1. The Blue Jays
a former first round draft pick, who was once a top-of-the-rotation starter in the Toronto Blue Jays staff: Ricky Romero . This is not the kind of pitcher one would encounter too often in Double-A. And although Bogaerts didn’t get a hit
ground. The Jays also were faced with the reality that Ricky Romero was not ready to return from the minor leagues. The former ..... with some bumps and bruises, and the recently recalled Romero only recorded one out before being lifted in his last
will be expected to play every day, and that early stretch will include games lefties CC Sabathia, Andy Pettitte , and Ricky Romero (with the possibility of also facing Ma rk Buehrle, Wei-Yin Chen, Zach Britton and Brian Matusz ). 3. Service
letting on ... quite yet. “I would guess every manager has his own style,” said the Red Sox manager, who named Ricky Romero his Opening Day starter on March 11 last spring training. “Having only been in position for two years to do it, I like
Josh Johnson ‘s healthy. More importantly, he’s the fourth starter on this team,” Kurkjian said. “ Ricky Romero was their Opening Day starter — he’s the fifth starter on this team, and that gives them some real depth
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