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Ron Roenicke

Ron Roenicke

Ron Roenicke is a professional baseball player. Ron Roenicke played baseball for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Seattle Mariners, San Diego Padres, San Francisco Giants, Philadelphia Phillies, and Cincinnati Brewers.

On May 21, 1988, Ron announced his retirement from professional baseball.

He was a member of the Cincinnati Reds at the time of his retirement.

Family, Education, and Childhood

Ron Roenicke was born on August 19, 1956, and was given the name Ronald John Roenicke by his parents.

He was also born in the city of Covina, California.

When it comes to his early years, Ron had a modest upbringing.

Floyd Roenicke (father) and Corliss Roenicke (mother) are his parents. Both of his parents were also educators.

Ron’s father was a high school math teacher, while his mother was a grade school teacher.

Ron’s grandparents, surprisingly, were also educators. The former outfielder has spent his entire life surrounded by educators.

Ron’s mother used to take care of his studies and would assist him and his brother with their English, algebra, and science homework.

Similarly, their father teaches them about batting stances, outfield positions, and bat handling.

Roenicke attended Edgewood High School and Mt. San Antonio College for his high school education.

Ron, on the other hand, began playing baseball at an early age and went on to play collegiate baseball.

Ron’s father had a big influence on his life. Rom, on the other hand, has always believed that his father taught him a lot about baseball.

His childhood was similarly strict and direct, as everyone in his family was a teacher.

Height, Age, and Physical Appearance

Ron Roenicke is currently 65 years old.

Rom’s zodiac sign is Leo, as he was born on August 19th. People born under this sign are typically honest, ambitious, and active.

Ron is undeniably a driven individual. But, whatever he is today, it is due to his passion to make a difference in the world.

Ron is 6 feet tall, which is a good height. His imposing stature aids him in gathering great strength in order to pound the baseball with intensity.

Ron also has a perfect weight of 84 kilograms. He must maintain an outstanding physique as an athlete.

Even at this age, he has maintained a healthy figure.

Ron used to have lovely black hair, but as he got older, his hair became white. His hair is currently a mix of black and white.

Similarly, Ron has stunning blue eyes that everyone appreciates.

Facts of Ron Roenicke

Name Ronald Jon Roenicke
Birthplace Covina, California
Birthdate August 19, 1856
Age 65 years old
Nationality American
Ethnicity White
Religion Christian
Nickname Ron
Height 6 feet/183 cm
Weight 81 kg/180 lb
Hair Color Black 
Eye Color Blue
Profession Baseball player
Affiliation MLB
Winning % 499
Home runs 17
MLB debut September 2, 1981
Last MLB appearance  May 21, 1988
Sibling Gary Roenicke
Father Name Floyd Roenicke
Mother Name Corliss Roenicke
Education Edgewood High School
Mt. San Antonio College
University of California 
Runs batted in 113
Star Sign Leo
Position  Outfielder/ Manager
Team Coached Boston Red Sox
Los Angeles Dodgers
Los Angeles Angels
Managerial Record 366-367
Net Worth $17 Million 
Yearly Salary  $750,000
Sexual Orientation Straight 
Marital Status Married
Wife Karen Roenicke
Children Lance Roenicke
Achievements Two times World Series Champion 
Social Media Twitter
Merch Used Dodgers Jersey, Autographed Baseball Card, Signed Official 2018 World Series Ball
Last Update May 2022

Net Worth & Salary

Ron Roenicke’s estimated net worth is $17 million. Likewise, his Red Sox salary amount to $750,000 a year.

Similarly, Ron has a house in Anaheim; in that house, Ron loves growing different kinds of fruits and vegetables.

Apart from that, he also owns a home in California, San Clemente. However, Ron paid $1,112,000 for the house.

Similarly, the house consists of a two-bed, three-bath, four-car garage with a space of 2,200 square feet. Likewise, this house boasts panoramic views of the ocean, mountains, and the city.

His house in Anaheim consists of 14.5 feet dining room table made of a slab of black walnut. Interestingly, Ron made the table himself; undoubtedly, Ron is also a talented woodworker.

Baseball Career

The baseball career of Roenicke is fascinating. Ron had an early interest in baseball, and his father used to teach him various baseball methods.

When he was in college, though, he decided to pursue baseball as a career.

In 1974, he was picked by four different teams, but he declined to join any of them. He did, however, play for UCLA on his collegiate squad in 1977.

Ron has only played six seasons in Major League Baseball. On September 2, 1981, Ron made his Major League Baseball debut.

He was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers at the time.

Ron Roenicke
Ron Roenicke is wearing the jersey of the Boston Brewers. Source: theathletic

He has, however, played for a variety of clubs. He did not, however, stay in any clubs for an extended amount of time.

Ron was a member of the Los Angeles Dodgers from 1981 to 1983. Ron spent a year with the Seattle Mariners (1983).

After that, he spends a year with the San Diego Padres (1984). After a year with the Padres, Ron was released and signed with the San Francisco Giants (1985).

Ron played with the Philadelphia Phillies from 1986 to 1987. Finally, Ron’s final MLB squad was the Cincinnati Reds (1988), with whom he retired on May 21, 1988.

Careers in coaching and management

He decides to become a coach after retiring from MLB. He couldn’t stay away from baseball because he loved it, so he became a coach instead.

Because he will always be associated with baseball in this manner. Ron coached the Los Angeles Dodgers in Major League Baseball from 1992 to 1993.

On the contrary, he began his managerial career with the Great Falls Dodgers in 1994.

He was also named manager of the year in the California League by the Dodgers.

Rookie left the Dodgers organization after seven seasons as manager of the San Francisco Giants’ triple-A affiliate. He finished with a record of 73-69.

Ron joins the Milwaukee Brewers after leaving the Dodgers. Ron’s first year with the Brewers was unquestionably successful; the team performed admirably under his leadership.

In the franchise’s history, the Brewers have won the majority of their games.

Similarly, Ron is the 4th Brewers manager to make payoffs, and he was also the first to do so while managing the entire season.

However, after some seasons, his team couldn’t perform well; this is why the Brewers decided to fire Ron from their team. After showing poor performance of 7-18, the Brewers fired Ron.

Return to Coaching

After some years of managing Brewers, Rom decided to return as a coach. In 2015, Ron joined Los Angeles Dodgers as a third-base coach.

He was with the team for two years. Later, Boston Red Sox appointed him as the bench coach, serving under rookie manager Alex Cora.

In some interviews, Ron describes the job as a bench manager as something he always wanted to do. Ron said he thought he was suitable for the job.

Red Sox Manager

Ron became the manager of the Red Sox when Cora and Red Sox decided to part ways.

After that, during a press conference, the Red Sox declared Ron, the interim manager.

However, later, MLB removed the tag “interim” following the investigation of MLB about sign stealing by the 2018 Red Sox.

But under Ron’s guidance, the team couldn’t perform as expected.

Sox had the lowest score for the franchise since 1965.

Later, Sox announced that Ron would not return for the 2021 season as the manager.

Award Wins and Notable Achievements

Ron was a talented and impressive player throughout his career.

During his MLB season, Ron compiled an astounding 17 home runs in just seven seasons.

Also, he accumulated 113 (Runs Batted In) in those seven seasons.

Furthermore, one of his most notable seasons comes with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and Boston Red Sox.

Roenicke won the 2002 and 2018 World Series Championship as a coach.

Jersey Number

During the spell with various teams, Ron has worn shirts with different shirt numbers. The most famous ones are as follows.

Los Angeles Dodgers: #48

Red Sox: #10

Angels Los Angeles: #12

Brewers: #10

Wife and Children

Ron Roenicke is married to his beautiful wife and partner, Karen Roenicke.

Together, the couple has a son named Lance Roenicke.

Furthermore, the pair share an honest and happy relationship with a lot of stability.

However, there is not much information about his son. Unlike Ron, his wife is a teacher who teaches at the high school level, middle level, and primary level.

However, everyone in his family was a teacher, and later, he also got married to a teacher.

Karen has always been there for Ron; she stood like a pillar and supported him as much as possible.

Likewise, Ron feels blessed to have Karen in his life; he believes she is the one who balances him and understands him.

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Social Media Presence

Yes, Ron uses Twitter, but not that much. His account is not verified, and he is less active on social media.

This news is sad news for those of you who want to know more about him.

However, if you are interested in learning more about him or knowing him better, you can always check out Google and YouTube.