|Birth Day:||March 3, 1961|
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He attended Bacon Academy.
He debuted with the Pirates in 1983 and also played for them in 1984. In the majors, he batted 12-for-58 (.207) in 32 games. He played in the Kansas City Royals organization in 1987 and the San Francisco Giants organization in 1988 and 1989, without returning to the majors.
Wotus married his wife Laurie (a relator ) in 1987. They reside in Pleasant Hill, California.
After retiring as a player, Wotus remained in the Giants organization as a minor league manager from 1991 to 1997. He managed the Single-A San Jose Giants (1991–92), the Double-A Shreveport Captains (1993–95) and Triple-A Phoenix Firebirds (1996–97). Wotus was named California League Manager of Year in 1991 after leading San Jose to a 92–44 record. In 1997, Wotus was named Pacific Coast League Manager of the Year after the Firebirds finished 88–55, winning 41 of their final 51 games.
Wotus became the Giants' third base coach in 1998 under manager Dusty Baker and served as bench coach from 1999–2017 under managers Baker, Felipe Alou, and Bruce Bochy. Wotus has said he hopes to manage some day and has interviewed for several major league manager jobs, including the Pirates (2000), Dodgers (2005), Mariners (2013), Rays (2014), and Nationals (2015). Wotus has also coached the Giants' infielders and was in charge of defensive shifts. After the Giants had a disappointing 2017 season, Wotus was reassigned to third base coach, his original coaching position with the Giants, to help stabilize the team.
Ron grew up in Hartford, Connecticut.
Currently, Ron Wotus is 60 years, 7 months and 16 days old. Ron Wotus will celebrate 61st birthday on a Thursday 3rd of March 2022. Below we countdown to Ron Wotus upcoming birthday.