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Ron Roenicke #10

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Full Name:
Ron Roenicke
Uniform #:
10

MANAGING CAREER: Begins his fifth season as Brewers manager (335-313).....was named the 18th manager in franchise history on Nov. 4, 2010, replacing Ken Macha...Signed a contract extension through the 2014 season with a club option for 2015 on May 8, 2012.....his 2015 club option was exercised on Mar. 22, 2014 and a 2016 club option was added...Enters the 2015 season ranked fifth on the all-time franchise list for wins as a manager (335)...Was named to the 2012 National League All-Star coaching staff by manager Tony LaRussa...In 2012 joined George Bamberger (1978-79) and Tom Trebelhorn (1987-88) as the only managers in franchise history to post winning records in consecutive full seasons...2011 marked his first season as a Major League manager...Finished second in 2011 National League Manager of the Year voting behind fellow first-year skipper Kirk Gibson (Arizona)...Led the Brewers to their first division title since 1982 as the team went 96-66 in 2011 with a franchise record for victories...also led the team to its first postseason series win as the Brewers advanced to the 2011 NLCS vs. St. Louis after defeating Arizona in the NLDS...Owns a career record of 346-283 (.550) as a Minor League manager in the Dodgers (1994-95, '97-98) and Giants (1999) organizations...Was named California League Manager of the Year in 1995 at Class-A San Bernardino and Texas League Manager of the Year in 1997 at Double-A San Antonio, guiding both teams to league championships.

COACHING CAREER: Served as a Major League coach for LA of Anaheim from 2000-10...Was Angels third base coach (2000-05) and bench coach (2006-10)...Spent two seasons (1992-93) on the Dodgers' coaching staff, positioning outfielders as the eye in the sky...Served as hitting coach at Triple-A Albuquerque in 1996.

PLAYING CAREER: The former outfielder played eight seasons in the Major Leagues with Los Angeles (1981-83), Seattle (1983), San Diego (1984), San Francisco (1985), Philadelphia (1986-87) and Cincinnati (1988)...Batted .238 with 17 HR and 113 RBI in 527 career games...Was a member of the 1984 National League champion Padres, appearing in two World Series games vs. Detroit

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS: Is married...wife's name is Karen...the couple has a son named Lance, who was an outfielder at UC-Santa Barbara and also played in the Brewers organization from 2012-14...Graduated from Edgewood (CA) High School, where he played baseball, football and basketball...Earned All-League and All-Valley honors in baseball and football and All-League in basketball while in high school...Attended Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut, CA from 1975-76 before transferring to UCLA in 1977...His brother, Gary, was also a Major League outfielder, playing 12 seasons with Montreal (1976), Baltimore (1978-85), New York-AL (1986) and Atlanta (1987-88)...Enjoys woodworking, golf, fishing and hunting.

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