A reserve catcher, Bill Schroeder spent eight seasons in the big leagues, playing for the Milwaukee Brewers and California Angels from 1983-1990. In 376 games hit hit .240 with 61 home runs. Despite limited playing time, Schroeder twice crossed the double-digit home run threshold. He hit 14 for Milwaukee in 1984 then repeated the feat again in 1987. The latter year was the best of his career as he posted a .332 batting average while driving in 45 runs and scoring another 35. All of these numbers were his career highs. Schroeder has worked as an announcer for the Brewers on television broadcasts since 1995.
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