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Sergio Romo signed to a two-year contract with the Giants on Monday, and although he's happy to be returning, he was candid when asked about a potential third year.
"To be honest, that third year would have meant a lot to me," Romo said on a conference call Monday afternoon. "But you've got to go to the place where you are happy and excited to go to work every day."
Romo did not confirm that he had a third year on the table from another team, but he was adamant about his feelings for the Bay Area.
"I wanted to stay home," Romo said. "I wanted to stay here from the beginning.
"I don't see myself wearing another uniform."
Romo, 31, was 6-4 with a 3.72 ERA in 64 games for the Giants last year. An All-Star in 2013, Romo has amassed a 31-21 record, a 2.51 ERA and 394 strikeouts to 72 walks in seven MLB seasons, all with the Giants.