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A lot of the Giants' offseason talk has centered around star third baseman Pablo Sandoval, but reliever Sergio Romo is another impending free agent that could walk unless the front office addresses the situation.
"We obviously have Sergio Romo out there as a free agent," Giants vice president and assistant GM Bobby Evans said in a radio interview on KNBR 680 Thursday morning. "His name doesn't get mentioned much publicly, but he's clearly an interest of ours."
Romo, 31, finished the 2014 season with 23 saves and a 3.72 ERA.
He recorded four postseason saves during the Giants' three World Series runs, boasting a 2.11 ERA in 25 appearances.
Since entering the league in 2008, Romo has spent all seven of his MLB seasons in a Giants uniform, and blossomed into an All-Star in 2013.