Brewers Roster & Staff

Carlos Subero #31

COACHING/MANAGING CAREER

• Begins his second 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 the Arizona 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 in?elder 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 3-year-old grandson, Carlos Migue