Returns to Mike Scioscia's staff following five seasons as manager of the Milwaukee Brewers... 2016 represents 12th season in Angels organization and first since 2010... Began 2015 campaign as manager of the Brewers before being relieved May 3... Named third base for Dodgers Aug. 17... Posted a 342- 331 record (.508) in five seasons (2011-2015) as manager of the Brewers... The 342 wins ranked fifth all-time in Milwaukee's franchise history... Named to the 2012 National League All-Star coaching staff by manager Tony LaRussa... In 2011, during first season at the helm of the Brewers, led the Club to a 96-66 record and captured the franchise's first division title since 1982... The 96 wins were a franchise best... Club defeated the Arizona Diamondbacks in the NLDS before falling to St. Louis in the Championship Series... Finished second in the Manager of the Year voting (Kirk Gibson)... Served as bench coach for the Angels during the 2006-10 seasons (replaced Joe Maddon)... Was Club's third base coach from 2000-05 following his initial appointment to Mike Scioscia's staff Nov. 23, 1999… Served as manager of Fresno Grizzlies (San Francisco's Triple-A affiliate) in 1999… Led Grizzlies to 73-69 record and second place finish in Southern Division, one-half game behind eventual-league champion Salt Lake… Spent seven previous seasons in Los Angeles Dodgers' organization… Managed Double-A San Antonio (1997-98) and Albuquerque (1998), getting promoted to Triple-A, June 26, 1998, after Glenn Hoff man was named Dodgers' manager… Named Manager of Year in 1997 after Missions won Texas League title (84-55)… Served as hitting instructor for Triple-A Albuquerque in 1996… Also managed Single-A San Bernardino (1995) and Rookie-level Great Falls (1994)… Guided San Bernardino to league title (84-54) and named California League Manager of Year… Led Great Falls to 34-38 record and third place finish… Spent two seasons (1992-93) as part of Dodgers' major league coaching staff, positioning outfielders as club's "Eye in the Sky".
PLAYING CAREER & MISC
Played for six clubs in 12-year professional career, appearing as outfielder/first baseman… Played eight seasons in major leagues with Dodgers (1981-83), Mariners (1983), Padres (1984), Giants (1985), Phillies (1986-87) and Reds (1988)… Was member of San Diego's 1984 National League Championship team…Appeared in two games as outfielder and pinch-runner in World Series vs. Detroit… Batted .238 (256-for-1076) with 17 home runs and 113 RBI in 527 major league games… Originally selected by Dodgers in first round of secondary phase of June, 1977 free agent draft … Attended Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut, CA (1975-76) and UCLA (1977)… Brother Gary was outfielder with Expos, Orioles, Yankees and Braves (1976-88) and currently scouts for Orioles… Assists Angels Community Relations with youth baseball clinics… Full name is Ronald Jon Roenicke (Pronounced Ren-a-key).