Brewers Roster & Staff

Carlos Subero #31

COACHING/MANAGING CAREER

Begins his third season on the staff after being named to his position on 12/7/15.....is his first Major League coaching position... Spent the 2014 and 2015 seasons as manager at the Double-A level in the Brewers organization, qualifying for the postseason at Huntsville and Biloxi, respectively... Led Biloxi to a Southern League Championship Series appearance in 2015.....the Shuckers, in their first year as a Brewers affiliate, began the season on a 54-game road trip as their new stadium was finished, and earned 2015 Minor League Team of the Year honors... from Baseball America... Following the 2015 season managed the Surprise Saguaros in theArizona Fall League.....the team went a league-best 19-11 (.633) and made it to the championship game... Owns a record of 949-973 (.494) as a minor-league manager, including a career-best 78-59 (.569) at Biloxi in 2015... Qualified for the postseason in 2003-05, 2008, 2011 and 2014-15... Managed five seasons in the Dodgers organization prior to joining the Brewers, leading Class-A Inland Empire (2009), Double-A Chattanooga (2010-12) and Class-A Rancho Cucamonga (2013)... Managed at Double-A Birmingham (White Sox) in 2008... Began his coaching career in the Rangers organization, serving two seasons as hitting coach with the Rookie Gulf Coast League Rangers (1999-2000) and seven as manager with the GCL Rangers (2001-02), Class-A Clinton (2003-05) and Class-A Bakersfield (2006-07)... Participated in the Venezuelan Winter League each season from 2001-10 and in 2014.....served as a manager in all of those seasons except 2002-04 (bench coach/third base coach)... Won the 2006 Caribbean World Series with Leones as the team went undefeated (6-0).....at 33 years old, he became the youngest manager ever to win the CWS... Managed Mazatlan in the Mexican Pacific League in 2012.

PLAYING CAREER

The former middle inielder played five seasons in the minors for Kansas City (1991-94), Pittsburgh (1995) and Texas (1995)... Finished his playing career with the Meridian Brakemen of the independent Big South League in 1997

PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS

Is married.....wife's name is Vivied.....the couple has two daughters, Carla and Andrea, and a son named Carlos... Graduated from Gran Columbia High School in Caracas, Venezuela... Founded the Venezuelan Foundation of Christian Athletes in 2003.....the non-profit organization's mission is to give the message of Jesus through various sports activities... Enjoys reading and spending time with his family, including his 4-year-old grandson, Carlos Migue.