MILWAUKEE -- Ron Roenicke has an unflappable personality. He never gets too high after a winning streak, doesn't show negative emotions when things aren't going well. It's a very desirable trait in a manager.
But just because the skipper of the Milwaukee Brewers has an even keel personality doesn't mean this season hasn't weighed on him.
Sitting at 36-52, the Brewers are in last place in their division with only the stripped down and rebuilding Miami Marlins worse than them in the National League. Hit hard by injuries at key positions and by inconsistent play, Roenicke's job as manager has been a difficult one this season.
With Ryan Braun and Aramis Ramirez -- Milwaukee's No. 3 and 4 hitters in the lineup -- spending significant time on the disabled list and No. 5 hitter Corey Hart out for the season, Roenicke and the Brewers have missed out on a significant amount of production.
It's easy to fill out a lineup every day when a team has everyone healthy and playing well, but Roen...