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Ed Romero

+ Played in Major Leagues 1977-1990
Positions: SS-618, 2B-193, 3B-186, OF-32, DH-13, 1B-13
Proper Name: Edgardo Ralph Romero
Born: December 9, 1957 (57.049) in Santurce, Puerto Rico
Height/Weight: 5-11 / 180 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
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Drafted: 1976 -- Signed as free agent by Milwaukee Brewers
MLB Debut:July 16,1977 (19.219)
TBC Player ID:17336
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Organizations:MIL, BOS, ATL, DET, SDN
Signed by:Felix Delgado
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  • Jobs in Baseball for Ed Romero
    YearTeamLeagueLevelJobWinsLossesWpctRankPlayoffs
    1992SpokaneA-Manager3244.4214 
    1993WaterlooAManager5479.4067 
    1994SpringfieldAManager6971.4932Lost in Semi-Finals
    1995ClintonAManager5186.3726 
    1996MemphisAAManager8158.5832Lost in Semi-Finals
    1998El PasoAAManager6971.4932 
    2001HuntsvilleAAManager7563.5433Co-League Champions (Jacksonville)
    2008Houston AstrosMLBThird Base Coach8675.5343 
    2009Houston AstrosMLBBench Coach7488.4575 
    2010GreenevilleRkManager3135.4704 
    2010Boston Red SoxMLBAssistant Director/Latin American Operations8973.5493 
    2012Gulf Coast AstrosRkManager2831.4753 
    2013Tri CityA-Manager4432.5791League Champions
    2014Tri CityA-Manager4828.6321Lost in Finals

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