The Milwaukee Brewers have hired Ron Roenicke as their new manager, according to multiple media reports on Tuesday.
Roenicke has been the Los Angeles Angels bench coach under manager Mike Scioscia since 2006 and was the team's third base coach from 2000-06.
Earlier Tuesday, sources told ESPNChicago.com that White Sox bench coach Joey Cora was informed by the Brewers that he finished second in the Milwaukee hiring process.
Other candidates for the job were reportedly former Mets manager and current ESPN analyst Bobby Valentine and former Diamondbacks and Mariners manager Bob Melvin.
The Brewers finished 77-85 last season, good for third place in the NL Central. Ken Macha was fired after his second season in Milwaukee.