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Nationals Select University of Miami’s Maxwell Romero Jr. in the MLB Draft

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Life Wallet Sports congratulates Maxwell Romero Jr., of Miami Hurricanes Baseball, on signing with the Washington Nationals organization. Romero Jr. made his family proud when he was drafted in the ninth-round, number 261. Baseball runs deep in the Romero family. Maxwell Romero Sr. played collegiate baseball at Florida Memorial University and raised Maxwell Romero Jr. to follow in his footsteps. A South-Florida native, Romero Jr. wasted no time getting the attention of both college and major league scouts from around the country. At Pembroke Pines Charter, Romero Jr. started to shine and he was voted the 7A Region Player of the Year.

 In 2019, Romero Jr. was drafted out of high school by the Cincinnati Reds. Romero Jr. chose to opt out of the majors to pursue a collegiate career at perennial powerhouse Vanderbilt. With Vanderbilt, Romero travelled to the college World Series and in Omaha hit a solo home run against Mississippi State. After two years, Romero Jr. decided to return home and transferred to the University of Miami to join the Canes as their starting catcher. In his final season as a Cane, Romero Jr. finished with a .378 on-base percentage and a .507 slugging percentage. Everyone at Life Wallet Sports wishes Romero Jr. well as he begins his MLB career.

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