Jhon Romero Contract, Salary and Net Worth

Jhon Romero

Before making it to the major leagues, Jhon Romero pitched for the Colombian national team.

Manny Esquivia and Hector Ortega, two Chicago Cubs scouts, signed Romero in May 2015. He had a 0-1 record with the DSL Cubs in the summer of 2015 and had eight hits, one walk, and three runs (two earned).

Jhon Romero
Jhon Romero

He recorded a 5.06 ERA and three saves in five games with the DSL Cubs 2 in 2016.

In 2017, he began to play more frequently and impressed with the South Bend Cubs (0 H, 0 R in 1 IP), Eugene Emeralds (1-0, Sv, 1.80 in 8 G), and AZL Cubs (0-1, 3 Sv, 0.35 in 13 G).

In 41 2/3 innings, he struck out 53 while giving up 15 hits and 11 walks. He gave up a meager batting average of.109.

He joined Colombia’s team for the 2017 Bolivarian Games after that breakthrough year. He replaced Kevin Escorcia in his debut game with one out in the bottom of the eighth and a 2-0 lead over the defending champion Panamanian team.

For the save, he struck out one batter while retiring all five batters he faced. He replaced Angel Vlchez against Venezuela in the ninth inning with a 2-0 lead and once again threw a hitless, scoreless, shutout inning to earn the save.

In the Gold Medal Game’s ninth inning, with a 6-4 advantage over Panama, he finally took Kendy Batista’s spot.

He managed to rescue the game once more, securing Colombia’s first gold medal in baseball at the Bolivarian Games since 1973.

His three saves were the most in the competition; in fact, only one other pitcher (Luis Sanz of Venezuela) had one

Jhon Romero Contract

Jhon Romero committed to playing with the Washington Nationals for one season and $700,400, with a $700,400 guarantee.

Jhon Romero Salary

Jhon Romero earns a $700,400 yearly salary on average. Romero’s base pay for 2022 will be $700,400.

Jhon Romero Net Worth

Jhon Romero has a net worth of $1 million to $5 million