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Dodgers News: Sergio Romo Took Discount to Join Los Angeles



Sergio Romo was a Dodger at heart. He and his family grew up rooting for the team, and even after years in San Francisco, it appears Romo valued wearing the “LA” hat.

Romo took “significantly less” to join the organization.

That’s a coup for L.A., which didn’t want to commit a multi-year deal to any reliever. The Dodgers also had interest in Joe Blanton and Jerry Blevins, but Blevins made twice as much as Romo.

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In the end, the Dodgers get a player with the possibility of rebounding at a cheap cost. Romo will enter spring training to favorite to pitch the eighth and bridge the gap to the re-signed Kenley Jansen.

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Written by Gabe Burns

Gabe Burns is an award-winning journalist. He serves as a reporter and editor at the DodgersNation news desk. He additionally works as editor-in-chief of The Spectator, Valdosta State University's student paper. Gabe's work has been featured on a number of platforms, including Draft Breakdown and Pro Football Spot. His byline has been cited in media such as the New York Times, Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune. Aside from covering Dodgers baseball, Gabe enjoys watching the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Orlando Magic and Tampa Bay Lightning. He can be followed on Twitter at @GabeBurns_DN.

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