Former manager from the Milwaukee Brewers and Chicago Cubs who also played 12 seasons in the main leagues with many teams. He went to Pinole Valley SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL in California, where he performed football and was an All-State quarterback. His greatest offensive time of year as a new player arrived in 1987, striking 25 home operates and traveling in 95 operates. He elevated two kids, Rustin and Britanne. He performed for all-time great supervisor Tony La Russa around the Oakland Athletics in 1993.
|1||Chicago, IL: Fired as manager of the Chicago Cubs after the team finished last in the National League Central. Sveum's record with the Cubs in two years was 127-197. [September 2013]|
|2||(September 15) Replaces Ned Yost as manager of the Milwaukee Brewers.|
|3||Selected by the Milwaukee Brewers 25th overall in the 1982 amateur draft out of Pinole Valley High School (Pinole, CA).|
|4||Cousin of John Olerud.|
|5||Infielder with the Milwaukee Brewers (1986-1991), Philadelphia Phillies (1992), Chicago White Sox (1992), Oakland A's (1993), Seattle Mariners (1994), Pittsburgh Pirates (1996-1997, 1999), and New York Yankees (1998).|
|6||Coach with the Boston Red Sox (2004-2005, 3rd base coach) and Milwaukee Brewers (2006-2007, bench coach).|
|7||Made major league debut on May 12, 1986.|
|Sunday Night Baseball||1991-2013||TV Series||Himself - Chicago Cubs Manager / Himself - Milwaukee Brewers Hitting Coach / Himself - New York Yankees Third Baseman / ...|
|Prime 9||2011||TV Series||Himself|
|History Rings True: Red Sox Opening Day Ring Ceremony||2005||Video documentary||Himself|
|Monday Night Baseball||1988||TV Series||Himself - Milwaukee Brewers Shortstop|
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