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Ronald Jon Roenicke
- Bats Both, Throws Left
- Height 6' 0", Weight 180 lb.
- School Mt. San Antonio College, University of California, Los Angeles
- High School Edgewood High School (West Covina)
- Debut September 2, 1981
- Final Game May 21, 1988
- Born August 19, 1956 in Covina, CA USA
 Biographical Information
In 1990, Roenicke along with his brother Gary, played for the San Bernardino Pride of the Senior Professional Baseball Association. He played in 25 games batting .274 with 21 RBI and was tied for the league home run title with Butch Benton and Rick Lancellotti with 5 long balls when the SPBA folded.
After his playing career ended, he was a minor league manager for the Los Angeles Dodgers (1994-1995 and 1997-1998) and San Francisco Giants (1999). Roenicke was also a coach for the Albuquerque Dukes in 1996. From 2000 to 2010, he was a Los Angeles Angels coach. He was named to succeed Ken Macha as manager of the Milwaukee Brewers for the 2011 on November 2, 2010. In his first season, he led the Brewers to the NL Central division title, the team's first finish in first place since moving to the National League in 1998. He also led them to their first victory in a postseason series since their World Series run in 1982 when they defeated the Arizona Diamondbacks in 5 games in the NLDS. However, the team's excellent run ended when they faced the underdog St. Louis Cardinals in the NLCS; they lost to the eventual World Champions, 4 games to 2.
 Notable Achievements
- Division Titles: 1 (2011)
|Milwaukee Brewers Manager
 Year-By-Year Managerial Record
|1994||Great Falls Dodgers||Pioneer League||34-38||5th||Los Angeles Dodgers|
|1995||San Bernardino Spirit||California League||85-54||1st||Los Angeles Dodgers||League Champs|
|1997||San Antonio Missions||Texas League||84-55||1st||Los Angeles Dodgers||League Champs|
|1998||San Antonio Missions||Texas League||44-37||--||Los Angeles Dodgers||replaced by Lance Parrish on June 27|
|Albuquerque Dukes||Pacific Coast League||33-37||13th||Los Angeles Dodgers||replaced Jon Debus (1-4) on June 27|
|1999||Fresno Grizzlies||Pacific Coast League||73-69||7th||San Francisco Giants|
|2011||Milwaukee Brewers||National League||96-66||1st||Milwaukee Brewers||Lost NLCS|
|2012||Milwaukee Brewers||National League||83-79||3rd||Milwaukee Brewers|
|2013||Milwaukee Brewers||National League||Milwaukee Brewers|