Baseball professional Jhon Romero, whose real name is Jhon Jairo Romero, plays for the Minnesota Twins. Colombian-born pitcher Jhon plays for the Twins. He was born in Colombia’s Cartagena on January 17, 1995. He began his career as a catcher but as he grew older, he began to succeed more as a pitcher.
He was an international free agent who was signed by the Chicago Cubs in 2015. He made his professional debut that year with a Dominican Summer League affiliate. He started playing with them again in 2016. During the 2017 minor league season, he played for the Cubs’ domestic affiliates as well as the Arizona League’s Eugene Emeralds of the Northwest League.
He played for the South Bend Cubs of the Midwest League before the campaign was completed. He got promoted to the Myrtle Beach Pelicans of the Advanced-A Carolina League in 2018. b He was traded to the Washington Nationals in July 2018. Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, the 2020 season was postponed, and he was unable to play. In 2021, he was promoted from the Double-A Harrisburg Senators to the Triple-A Rochester Red Wings.
In September 2021, the Nationals promoted him to the majors, and on September 24, 2021, he made his MLB debut. In March 2022, the Minnesota Twins claimed him off waivers.
Who Are Jhon Romero Parents?
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