Lou Romano

Inducted in 2022                                                                                                                                                    Lou Romano started his career as a Sportscaster in the 1980’s while attending college in Grand Junction Colorado
He earned his first opportunity as a student and upon graduation was offered a full time beginning to his professional life journey
His time as a sportscaster has seen him return to his birthplace New York City working for the Madison Square Garden Network, NYC Metro Sports Network and News 12 Long Island
He also worked for a CBS affiliate in Phoenix Arizona and KVIA and CBS4/KFOX 14 in El Paso Texas
Romano has earned honors as El Paso’s Best Sportscaster 11 times including 5 of the past 6 years
He was named by the Associated Press as the Best Texas Sportscaster 3 times
He earned honors as the Associated Press Best New Mexico Sportscaster 2 times
Lou has coached youth baseball 8 years covering 16 seasons including time in the Cloudview League and as an Assistant Coach for Coronado High School Summer League JV and Development teams
Romano has used his influence to elevate baseball facilities including a recent project at Cloudview Park where flood damage created unsafe conditions for Players, Parents and fans
Over the years, Lou Romano has been the most consistent media partner to El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame events and news coverage including times during the recent pandemic challenged years
Romano is a Proud Step-Father to Christian and Ryan