Sergio Romo

Sergio Romo #54

  • P
  • B/T: R/R
  • 5' 11"/185
  • Age: 32


- - - - - - - -
Pitches: Strikes, Balls


Last 5 years - - - - - -

Sergio Romo Stats

0-5 2.98 57.1 71 1.06

Sergio Romo MLB Career Stats

31-26 2.57 409.0 465 0.95

Sergio Romo Bio

  • Full Name: Sergio Francisco Romo
  • Pronunciation: SER-jee-oh ROH-moh
  • Born: 3/4/1983 in Brawley, CA
  • Draft: 2005, San Francisco Giants, 28th rd. (852nd overall)
  • College: Mesa State
  • Debut: June 26, 2008
  • Relationship(s): brother of Andrew Romo
View More Bio Info +
2015 Stats 0 5 2.98 70 0 2 57.1 71 1.06
MLB Career Stats 31 26 2.57 475 0 80 409.0 465 0.95
  • Status: Active

Sergio Romo Slider Statcast Averages

Year Team LG NP Pitch Type Avg Pitch Speed (mph) Avg Perceived Speed (mph) Avg Spin Rate (rpm) Avg Extension (feet) Avg Exit Velocity (mph)
2015 Giants NL 431 Slider 77.97 77.00 2336.53 5.98 79.00
MLB Avg - - - Slider 84.58 84.00 1849.47 5.80 86.00


Note: Opponent can be found on current team or on team when both players met.

Sergio Romo Stats

Sergio Romo Advanced Stats

Sergio Romo Statcast Events


Sergio Romo News

Sergio Romo Fantasy News

May 5, 2015 at 10:13 PM ET

Romo getting crafty in pursuit of punchouts

Giants reliever Sergio Romo isn't throwing any harder. But, entering his seventh full Major League season, he's throwing better in certain ways.

April 4, 2015 at 6:38 PM ET

Romo to get save opportunities after solid spring

The Giants don't have a closer controversy, but it sounds like Santiago Casilla won't handle ninth-inning duties by himself to start the season.


Sergio Romo Awards

World Series Championship

Year Team League
2010 San Francisco NL
2012 San Francisco NL
2014 San Francisco NL

NL All-Star

Year Team League
2012 San Francisco NL

Setup Man of the Year (GIBBYs)

Year Team League
2012 San Francisco NL Class A Adv. Relief Pitcher of the Year

Year Team League
2007 San Jose CAL

SAL Mid-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2006 Augusta SAL

Sergio Romo Leaderboards


Season SV Rank
2012 14 18th in NL
2013 38 3rd in NL
2014 23 14th in NL


Season G Rank
2010 68 24th in NL
2015 70 20th in NL


Season HLD Rank
2010 22 8th in NL
2011 23 6th in NL
2012 23 11th in NL
2015 34 2nd in NL

Sergio Romo Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
December 22, 2014 San Francisco Giants signed free agent RHP Sergio Romo.
October 30, 2014 RHP Sergio Romo elected free agency.
August 28, 2011 San Francisco Giants activated RHP Sergio Romo from the 15-day disabled list.
August 26, 2011 sent RHP Sergio Romo on a rehab assignment to AZL Giants.
August 16, 2011 San Francisco Giants placed RHP Sergio Romo on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to August 10, 2011. Right elbow inflammation.
May 30, 2009 San Francisco Giants activated RHP Sergio Romo from the 15-day disabled list.
May 27, 2009 RHP Sergio Romo roster status changed by Fresno Grizzlies.
May 21, 2009 San Jose Giants sent RHP Sergio Romo on a rehab assignment to Fresno Grizzlies.
May 19, 2009 Fresno Grizzlies sent RHP Sergio Romo on a rehab assignment to San Jose Giants.
May 18, 2009 San Francisco Giants sent RHP Sergio Romo on a rehab assignment to Fresno Grizzlies.
May 14, 2009 San Francisco Giants sent RHP Sergio Romo on a rehab assignment to San Jose Giants.
March 27, 2009 San Francisco Giants placed RHP Sergio Romo on the 15-day disabled list.

Sergio Francisco Romo Bio Info

Has two sons (Rilen Serge, Jan. 4, 2006 and Rex Ryder, Sept. 4, 2011)...Is extremely active in Bay Area community, attending and participating in several community events, including challenger clinics and Make A Wish Nights.


Went 6-4 with a 3.72 ERA (24er, 58.0ip) while going 23-for-28 in save chances in 64 relief outings in his seventh season with SF...Allowed career highs in runs and home runs and lost his closer's role at the end of June after several blown saves...His 23 saves were tied for the 14th-most in the National League...Surrendered nine home runs, the most he's allowed in a full season in his career and tied for the fifth-most among NL relievers...Was relieved of the Giants' closer duties on June 29 as he endured a stretch in which he blew three of five save chances while allowing nine runs on 10 hits in 4.1 innings (June 13-28)...Despite his struggles, finished the season on a strong note, allowing just two runs over his final 19.1 innings (0.93 ERA, 23 games).


2013 All-Star completed his sixth season in the big leagues, going 5-8 with a 2.54 ERA (17er, 60.1ip) and 38 saves in 43 chances. His 38 saves were a career-high and tied for the thirdmost in the NL. Became just the sixth pitcher in Giants history to record 30 saves in a season...joined Robb Nen (five), Rod Beck (four), Brian Wilson (four), Tim Worrell (one) and Greg Minton (one) in the exclusive club. His five wins matched his career-high (also five wins in 2009 and 2010)...also suffered a career-high eight losses. Held right-handed hitters to a .183 (24-for-131) average. Played for team Mexico in the 2013 WBC, going 0-1 with a 9.00 ERA (2er, 2.0ip) and one save. Recorded 10 saves in April, the second-most by a Giants pitcher in the season's opening month in SF-era history, behind Rod Beck's 11 rescues in 1997. Recorded his first career four strikeout outing on July 23 vs. Cincinnati. Was selected by manager Bruce Bochy to his first career All-Star team as an injury replacement for Pittsburgh's Jeff Locke. ad a career month in August, going 1-0 with a 0.87 ERA (1er, 10.1ip) and going 9-for-9 in save opportunities. Held opponents scoreless in 17 of his last 19 games and was 11-for-his-last-12 in save opportunities.

2012 Continued his dominance on the mound, going 4-2 with a career-best 14 saves while fashioning a 1.79 ERA (11er, 55.1ip), the fourth-lowest figure among all NL relievers. Only Craig Kimbrel (1.01), Aroldis Chapman (1.51) and Eric O'Flaherty (1.73) had lower ERA's than Romo. Blanked opponents in 63 of 69 games, including 27 of hislast 29. His 69 games marked a career-high. Went 14-for-15 in save chances...earned a save in nine of his last 20 outings, becoming the Giants' full-time closer in late August and throughout the playoffs. Allowed only nine hits in 51 at-bats with runners in scoring position (.176). Held opponents to a .185 avg. against (37-for-200), the fourth-lowest mark among NL relievers. Gave up just two extra base hits to left-handed batters all year (one double, one homer in 54 at-bats). Allowed nine of 43 inherited runners to score (20.9%), the 12th-lowest figure in the NL. Matched his career-high for runs allowed on July 30 vs. New York-NL after giving up four runs and four hits in just 0.2 innings...allowed a game-tying two-run home run to Scott Hairston in the eighth and then a pair of go-ahead runs...had allowed a total of just four runs all season prior to this outing. 2011 Produced one of best seasons of any Giants reliever, fashioning 3rd-lowest ERA among NL relievers (1.50 ERA), who tossed at least 45.0 innings, and fashioning 14-to-1 strikeout-walk ratio (70 Ks, 5 BBs), best in Majors. His season WHIP of 0.71 in 48.0 innings was best in Majors with at least 30 innings pitched ... His 71% strike percentage was 2nd-best in NL for any pitcher with more than 20.0 innings pitched (Atlanta's Kris Medlen, 78%) ... His 81.8% (27-of-33) inherited runners stranded rate was 5th-best in NL ... Registered at least 1 strikeout in 48 of 65 games...his strikeout to walk ratio of 14-to-1 was highest in SF-era history (min. 45.0ip) and highest in Majors since Dennis Eckersley posted 18.25-to-1 mark in 1990 ... Ranked 3rd in NL with .150 avg. against (18-for-120) vs. right-handed batters (min. 75 BF) ... Overall, his opponents avg. against of .173 (29-for-168) was 6th-lowest among NL relievers with min. of 45.0 innings ... Fashioned 0.78 ERA (2er, 23.0ip) in 30 games against NL West opponents ... Became 5th reliever in Major League history since 1919 to throw what amounted to perfect game, retiring 31 consecutive batters faced over 15 game stretch from July 4-Aug. 6...his streak ended on Aug. 9 as he allowed leadoff 2B to PIT's Andrew McCutchen in 8th inning...was 10 shy of matching NL record, set by former Giant Jim Barr in 1972 ... Was on 15-day disabled list from Aug. 16-28 with inflammation in his right elbow...missed total of 16 games with injury ... Had longest scoreless streak of his career and 9thlongest in National League from June 30-Sept. 23, logging 21.2-scoreless innings...his streak was snapped in his 2nd-to-last appearance of season vs. Colorado ... His 0.48 ERA following All-Star break was 2nd-lowest figure in NL (min. of 15.0ip) ... Ended season by allowing just 1 run in his final 30 games (23.1ip) while allowing only 11 hits in 78 at-bats (.141). 2010 Was one of Bruce Bochy's most often used relievers, working career-high 68 games (2nd-most on Giants), 62.0 innings and logging impressive 5.00 strikeout-walk ratio, which ranked 6th-best among NL relievers ... Inherited 46 runners (T12th-most in NL) and allowed just 14 to score ... Led team and was tied for 11th in NL with 21 holds ... Posted 10th-lowest ERA among NL relievers who threw at least 60.0 innings ... 3 of his 6 HRs allowed were game changing HRs: April 18 at LAD - 2-run game-winning HR to Manny Ramirez in 8th; May 4 at Florida - 3-run go-ahead HR to Dan Uggla in 8th; May 7 at NYM - allowed 2-run walk-off HR to Rod Barajas ... Following that HR to Barajas on May 7th, settled down and solidified himself as one of top relievers in NL, blanking opponents in 48 of his final 54 games, while posting 5-0 record and fashioning 1.50 ERA (8er, 48.0ip) with .202 opponents avg. against (35-for-173)...that 1.50 ERA beginning May 9th was 4th-lowest among NL relievers ... Held right-handed hitters to .185 avg. against (27-for-146), 12th-lowest figure in NL (min. 100 ABs) ... Appeared in 8th inning or later in 47 of his 68 appearances.

POSTSEASON HIGHLIGHTS:In 6 postseason appearances, surrendered 3 runs on 6 hits while going 0-for-2 in save opportunities ... Made his postseason debut in Game 2 of LDS vs. Atlanta on Oct. 8 and threw just 8 pitches while being tagged for 2 runs on 2 hits.
2009 Has established himself as one of Giants' top relief options in just 2 seasons at big league level...went 5-2 with 3.97 ERA (15er, 34.0ip) in 45 relief appearances for San Francisco... his 5 wins were tied with Brandon Medders and Brian Wilson for most among Giants relievers, while his 11 holds were 2nd-most on club behind Jeremy Affeldt (33)...stranded 26-of-28 inherited runners (92.9%), for 2nd-highest pct. among all relievers (min. 20 inherited runners), behind Colorado's Juan Rincon (19-of-20, 95.0%)...allowed just 1 home run (to Oakland's Kurt Suzuki) in 34.0 innings, fewest round trippers allowed on SF's staff (min. 30ip) fact, was 1 of just 8 NL relievers to allow one homer-or-less...held left-handed batters to just 9 hits in 48 at-bats (.188)... gave up total of just 8 extra base hits (4 2B's, 3 3B's, 1 HR)...missed 1st 2 months of season with right elbow sprain, suffered in spring training...appeared in just 1 spring training contest before being placed on DL March 26...began rehabilitation assignment at single-A San Jose on May 14 and logged 4.2-scoreless innings with 6 strikeouts in 3 games (1 start)...was transferred to triple-A Fresno May 22 and appeared in 3 games for Grizzlies, allowing 1 unearned run in 3.0 frames... returned from his rehab assignment and was reinstated from disabled list May 29...gave up 2 runs on 3 hits in just 0.2-innings in his 1st appearance of season May 30 vs. St. Louis...after striking out his 1st two hitters (Yadier Molina and Rick Ankiel), allowed single to Brian Barden, triple to Joe Thurston and RBI-single to Skip Schumaker, before departing in Cardinals' 6-2 win...allowed just 2 hits in 24 at-bats (.083) over 7-game span June 5-20, tossing 7.2-scoreless innings with 9 strikeouts against 1 BB...recorded holds in 4-straight (June 5-13) and in 8 of his 1st 15 games... earned wins in back-to-back contests June 19-20 vs. Texas...gave up only home run of year June 24 at Oakland, allowing solo shot to Kurt Suzuki...held opponents scoreless in 12 of his 1st 14 games, fashioning 2.31 ERA (3er, 11.2ip)...had his roughest stretch of year in 4-game span July 11-20, surrendering 7 earned runs in just 2.0 innings, raising season ERA from 2.31 to 6.59...allowed season-high 4 runs July 20 at Atlanta in SF's 11-3 loss...gave up 4-consecutive hits (3 singles, triple) in Braves' 6-run 7th inning...following that 4-run outing, allowed just 5 earned runs in 20.1 innings (2.21 ERA), and held opposition to .171 avg. against (12-for-70) in his final 27 games, lowering season figure from 6.59 to 3.97...was unscored upon in 23 of those 27 games, recording 24 strikeouts against only 6 walks... 2008 Young hurler found success at big league level, becoming one of Giants' best relievers in late innings...posted 3-1 record with 2.12 ERA (8er, 34.0ip) in 29 relief appearances for San Francisco...struck out 33 batters in just 34.0 innings and held opposing hitters to .138 avg. against (16-for-116) with left-handers at .083 (4-for-48) and right-handers at .176 (12-for-68)...was especially tough on road, earning all 3 victories away from AT&T Park and fashioning 0.98 ERA (2er, 18.1ip) in 14 games...allowed just 1 hit and 1 walk in 4.2 innings in his 5 save situations, holding opponents at .067 (1-for-15) mark...retired 26 of 29 (89.6%) 1st batters faced, allowing just 1 hit and 2 hit by pitches...dominated hitters in 15 8th inning appearances, allowing just 1 hit in 41 at-bats (.024 avg.) with 13 K's and just 2 walks...inherited 22 runners (tied for 7th-most on club) and allowed just 3 to score (86.3%)...was unscored upon in 24 of 29 games, including 17.2-inning scoreless streak Aug. 18-end of season...that scoreless stretch was longest by SF hurler in 2008 and tied for 12th-longest streak by an NL pitcher...pitched extremely well against NL West rival Dodgers, appearing in 6 games and tossing 9.0-shutout innings with 8 strikeouts, while holding LA to 1 hit in 28 at-bats (.036) Alex Hinshaw, was not even in Major League camp during Spring Training...had contract purchased June 24...made ML debut June 26 at Cleveland, finishing game with 1.0-scoreless inning of relief... struck out 2 batters and ended inning on called strikeout to David Dellucci... factored into his 1st decision after 6 outings and received 1st ML career loss July 10 at NYM...tossed 1.2 innings, however surrendered 1st ML HR to Fernando Tatis...earned 1st ML win Aug. 1 in San Diego, tossing scoreless 9th inning in tie game...allowed season- high 5 runs (4er) on 4 hits Aug. 5 vs. Atlanta...without that effort, would have owned 1.09 ERA (4er, 33.0ip) in 2008...was designated for assignment Aug. 6, but cleared waivers and was optioned to Fresno following day...was recalled Aug. 16 and did not allow run over his final 13 games, tossing 17.2-scoreless innings and allowing .073 avg. against (4-for-55)...notched 2nd big league victory Sept. 14 at San Diego, pitching scoreless 9th in Giants' 8-6 win...matched career-high with 3.0-inning effort (3so) Sept. 21 at Los Angeles while posting 3rd victory in SF's 1-0, 11-inning triumph...retired 20 of his final 22 batters faced... went 1-3 with 11 saves and 3.27 ERA (12er, 33.0ip) with 37 K's and 9 BBs in 27 games between Connecticut and Fresno in 2008. 2007 Capped superb season with being named Class A Advanced Relief Pitcher of Year by, finishing campaign with 6-2 record and 1.36 ERA (10er, 66.1ip), 9 saves and 106 strikeouts in 41 relief appearances ... His 14.38 strikeouts per 9.0 innings ratio was 3rd-best mark among all minor league pitchers while his .155 (35- for-226) avg. against was 4th-best in minors ... Registered at least 1 strikeout in 37 of his 41 outings. 2006 Was named to South Atlantic League mid-season All-Star team in just his 2nd professional season ... Bounced in and out of starting rotation, going 7-0 with 1.91 ERA (12er, 56.2ip) in 10 starts and 3-2 with 4 saves and 3.28 ERA (17er, 46.2ip) in 21 relief appearances. 2005 Made professional debut with Giants' short-season affiliate, Salem-Keizer...led Northwest League with 7 victories and ranked 8th with 2.75 ERA.