Daniel Jay Rohn
- Bats Left, Throws Right
- Height 5' 7", Weight 165 lb.
- School Central Michigan University
- High School Alpena High School
- Debut September 2, 1983
- Final Game May 21, 1986
- Born January 10, 1956 in Alpena, MI USA
Dan Rohn is a long-time minor-league manager who played three seasons in the major leagues. After a cup of coffee with the Chicago Cubs in 1983, he was part of the 1984 Cubs team that made the first postseason appearance since 1945. In 1983, he was the last player until Paulo Orlando in 2015 to hit at least one triple in his first two big league games. He also appeared briefly with the Cleveland Indians in 1986.
He was a three-sport athlete in high school in Michigan, and his time at Central Michigan University overlapped with that of Chris Knapp. In addition to his time with the Cubs and Indians, he also played in the minor league organizations of the Oakland Athletics and the Texas Rangers.
Rohn was a coach for the Portland Beavers in 1990. He first became a manager in 1991. He managed for 12 years in the Seattle Mariners and Minnesota Twins organizations. He was the Minnesota Twins' minor league infield instructor in 1993 and hitting coach of the Salt Lake Buzz in 1994. He was later a coach for the Memphis Chicks in 1997.
From 2001-2005 he managed the AAA Tacoma Rainiers, and had three division titles, being named Pacific Coast League Manager of the Year three times, in 2001, 2004 and 2005. He was named manager of the Fresno Grizzlies after the 2006 season.
Rohn was bench coach of the Traverse City Beach Bums in 2012-2013, then became the team'a manager.