Colorado’s supplemental first-round pick last year at No. 35 overall, Romo is raking in his first professional season after the 2020 minor-league schedule was wiped out due to COVID. The 20-year-old is slashing .323/.351/.458 through 72 games with Class-A Fresno, with six home runs, 42 RBIs and an .810 OPS.
Romo said his early success is a result of “not putting too much pressure on myself.”
“I just keep telling myself that I have nothing to lose,” Romo said. “And I remind myself that I’m here for a reason, and I need to keep doing what I’ve done to get myself to this point.