Milwaukee Brewers owner Mark Attanasio said Wednesday that manager Ron Roenicke is not in danger of losing his job despite the team's disappointing season.
Speaking at the Major League Baseball Diversity Business Summit, Attanasio told FOX Sports that Roenicke will remain in his position through the end of the season.
"We've had a lot of success under Ron," Attanasio said. "Ron's best attribute is that he's the same person when we won 96 games (in 2011) as, unfortunately, (during) a season where we're in last place."
Roenicke, now in his third year as the Milwaukee manager, is 207-187 with the team. Attanasio said Roenicke's steady demeanor was a key reason the Brewers made a late-season playoff push last year.
Attanasio said he hasn't had any discussions with general manager Doug Melvin about the possibility 2011 NL MVP Ryan Braun could be suspended by Major League Baseball because of the Biogenesis performance-enhancing drugs investigation.
"We're more focused right now on ge...