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Milwaukee Brewers bench coach Willie Randolph, left, chats (Credit: AP)

Milwaukee Brewers bench coach Willie Randolph, left, chats with Mets coach Sandy Alomar Sr. as they exchange lineup cards prior to a game at Citi Field. (Apr. 19, 2009)

Willie Randolph

Willie Randolph, a former All-Star second baseman for the Yankees, managed the Mets from 2005 until June 2008. During that time, the team went 555-302 (.544), including winning the National League East title in 2006. He was hired by the Milwaukee Brewers as a bench coach prior to the 2009 season.

Milwaukee Brewers bench coach Willie Randolph, left, chats
(Credit: AP)

Milwaukee Brewers bench coach Willie Randolph, left, chats with Mets coach Sandy Alomar Sr. as they exchange lineup cards prior to a game at Citi Field. (Apr. 19, 2009)

Brewers bench coach Willie Randolph posts his team's
(Credit: AP)

Brewers bench coach Willie Randolph posts his team's lineup in the dugout before a game against the Colorado Rockies. (Apr. 5, 2010)

Brewers bench coach Willie Randolph gestures before the
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Brewers bench coach Willie Randolph gestures before the first inning of a game against the Cincinnati Reds. (Apr. 15, 2009)

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