Ever heard of him? The answer to our problems at 2nd base could well be right in our own organization. Yes, I realize that a jump from AA Erie is bigger than bringing someone up from Toledo, but we've done it before. Anyway, Romero, a swtich hitter, is leading the Seawolves with a .317 avg. (about the same against righties and lefties), 4 HRs, 36 RBIs, and an OPS of .818. He has 9 steal and caught only twice.
He also had a brief stint with the Cleveland Indians in 2009. And like Guillen, Ordonez, and Cabrera before him, he's from Venezuela. I wonder if he'll get his shot here anytime soon.