Now that he's left Tampa to join the Trenton Thunder, left-handed pitcher Josh Romanski, is more…
"I feel like it was a successful season," Romanski said. "There were a few things that I would have liked to do differently up at the Double-A level. That's something that I'm going to work on getting better at next season. "I would have liked to get left-handers out a little more consistently than I did. Other than that I thought I performed pretty well up there." Romanski, who posted a 3.16 ERA in 17 starts for the Tampa Yankees, had a 2.04 ERA in thirteen appearances [only one start] for the Trenton Thunder. Not only did he have to learn to pitch more frequently each week, he had to adjust his repertoire. "You do a little bit because you're not setting guys up for later in the game," he said. "You gotta get them out now...
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