9/28/2013 9:28 A.M. ET
Brewers coaching staff to return for 2014 season
Mike Guerrero Added To Coaching Staff
By / MLB.com
The Milwaukee Brewers announced that all members of the 2013 Major League coaching staff will return for the 2014 season under fourth-year manager Ron Roenicke. The announcement was made by President of Baseball Operations and General Manager Doug Melvin.
"While this season has not been what we had hoped, I believe the continuity with Ron Roenicke's coaching staff is important," said Melvin. "With the Club having 12 rookies and the arrival of a new group of Brewer farmhands, our coaches have worked hard to blend our young players' development with our experienced players as we work toward getting back to the postseason."
Ed Sedar, the longest-tenured coach on the staff, will return for his eighth season overall and fourth as third base coach. Returning for their fourth seasons on the staff are Garth Iorg (first base coach), Rick Kranitz (pitching coach) and Jerry Narron (bench coach). Johnny Narron (hitting coach) returns for his third season and Lee Tunnell (bullpen coach) returns for his second.
Outfield coach John Shelby returns to the staff but will no longer be in the dugout during games. Shelby will continue to assist hitting coach Johnny Narron. Triple-A Nashville Sounds manager Mike Guerrero has been added to the Major League staff as a coach. He will assist Garth Iorg with infield instruction and be assigned other responsibilities by manager Ron Roenicke.
"Mike Guerrero is being rewarded for the loyalty and hard work that he has provided the Brewers' minor-league organization for many years," said Melvin. "With the majority of his baseball career spent with the Brewers, Mike has touched and assisted in the development of a large number of past and present players."
Guerrero joined the organization in 1996 as manager of the Rookie Dominican League Brewers (1996-2002). He has also served as manager at Rookie Arizona Brewers (2004-05), Class-A West Virginia (2006-07), Class-A Brevard County (2008-09), Double-A Huntsville (2010-11) and Triple-A Nashville (2012-13). He spent one season (2003) as the hitting coach at Class-A Beloit.
As a player, the former minor-league infielder spent nine seasons with the Milwaukee (1987-92, '94-95) and Kansas City (1993) organizations.
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