22 Facts About Austin Romine


Austin Allen Romine was born on November 22,1988 and is an American professional baseball catcher for the Cincinnati Reds of Major League Baseball.

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Austin Romine has previously played in MLB for the New York Yankees, Detroit Tigers, Chicago Cubs, Los Angeles Angels, and St Louis Cardinals.

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Austin Romine is the son of Kevin Romine and the brother of Andrew Romine.

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Austin Romine was drafted by the Yankees in the second round of the 2007 Major League Baseball draft.

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In 2009, Austin Romine was named the Florida State League Player of the Year.

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Austin Romine missed most of the 2012 season with two bulging discs in his back.

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Austin Romine competed with Cervelli and John Ryan Murphy to be the backup catcher for the Yankees in 2014 spring training, Cervelli won the job, and Austin Romine was optioned to the minor leagues.

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Austin Romine was called up several times during the 2014 season due to injuries to various players, but only appeared in seven games.

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Cabrera shoved Austin Romine, triggering a bench-clearing brawl, and both combatants were ejected.

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Austin Romine had the lowest batting average against left-handers among all MLB hitters, at.

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Austin Romine became the primary catcher for the Yankees after Gary Sanchez was injured in June 2018, and again re-injured in July.

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Austin Romine was expected to serve in this role until Sanchez's return.

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Austin Romine allowed two runs in the inning by allowing a two-run home run to Brock Holt which made Holt become the first player to hit for the cycle in an MLB postseason game.

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Austin Romine gave up three runs on four hits, including a double and two homers.

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On July 24,2020, Austin Romine made his Tigers debut as an Opening Day starting catcher.

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On May 5,2021, Austin Romine was placed on the 60-day injured list with a left wrist sprain.

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The Austin Romine brothers have been on opposing major league teams, but had never appeared together with the Cubs or played in the same game at the major league level.

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On March 15,2022, Austin Romine signed a minor league contract with the Los Angeles Angels.

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On June 17,2022, Austin Romine signed a minor league contract with the St Louis Cardinals.

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Austin Romine was called up by the Cardinals on Monday, July 4,2022.

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Austin Romine's brother, Andrew, is a former major league player.

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Austin Romine and his wife Alexzandria had their first child, a son, born in 2013.

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