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Sveum has found a nice fit with the Cubs

PHOENIX Twice in a span of 25 months, Dale Sveum was interviewed and passed over as Doug Melvin and the Milwaukee Brewers searched for a new field manager. Under Ken Macha, who took over in 2009, the Brewers stumbled. Granted, a lack of quality pitching was as much to blame as anything, but the disconnect between the players and manager was evident during Macha's two seasons...
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March 12, 2012  |  Discuss

Ron Roenicke, One Year Later

About one year ago today, Ron Roenicke was hired to manage the Brewers, replacing the much-maligned Ken Macha. At the time of his hiring, there were plenty of questions about Roenicke as a manager: How would his plan to be more aggressive on the field and in the bases work when put into practice? Would he be able to keep hold of the clubhouse through the season, as his predecessor...
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November 03, 2011  |  Discuss
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