Romano turns just 23 in October and is in his second season getting work at Double-A already. His command is solid and he does not walk and abundant amount of batters, but the stuff also plays pretty hittable. Romano has seen a spike in strikeouts in 2016 with Pensacola, which shows that he is missing more bats than in the past. The WHIP is also down slightly from his career average, which is encouraging. Romano was originally a 23rd round pick by the Reds in 2011 out of high school and has risen up the ranks quickly since. Romano has a strong low- to mid-90s fastball, but mixing in the change and throwing the curve for strikes is where he has been working.