Jordan Romano Securing another save for the Blue Jays.
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Mr.101 : A Historic Moment for Blue Jays Closer, Jordan Romano

Published April 29, 2024 at 7:46 PM

Proud Canadian and Blue Jays Closer, Jordan Romano secured his 101st Career Save against the Dodgers. He now has passed Billy Koch and has climbed to 4th (solo) all time in saves in Blue Jays History.

The 4th-most saves in franchise history - passing Billy Koch with his 101st career save! Congratulations to Jordan Romano 🇨🇦

Legend Tom Henke leads with 217 saves, but Romano is closing in on Roberto Osuna who sits with 104. He will sure to pass this in the next coming weeks.

Romano was sidelined with elbow inflammation for the start of the 2024 regular season. Since being activated on April 16, he has made 5 appearances, securing 4 saves during that period.

Romano is a proud Canadian from Markham, Ontario. He earned All-Star honors in both 2022 and 2023, achieving 36 saves each season.

Since 2020, he maintains impressive stats with a 2.33 ERA, 1.070 WHIP, and 11.2 strikeouts per nine innings.

Remarkably, he ranks third among AL closers with 100 saves during this period.

Here is the video of Romano getting his 101th career save:

Romano 101st career save
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Mr.101 : A Historic Moment for Blue Jays Closer, Jordan Romano

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