Brooke Knight (born 1972) is the former manager of the Perth Heat of the Australian Baseball League. He is best known for leading the Heat to back-to-back ABL Championships in 2011 & 2012 (defeating the Adelaide Bite and the Melbourne Aces respectively). He is currently manager and director of baseball operations for the Corvallis Knights, a collegiate summer wood bat baseball team in the West Coast League.
A two-sport athlete at Crescent Valley High School, Knight attended Linfield College where he played both baseball and football. After one year at Linfield he transferred to Oregon State University to play both baseball and football for the Beavers. Knight signed with Major League Baseball's Milwaukee Brewers organization in 1994 playing for their rookie affiliate.
Knight began his coaching career in earnest in 2008, and as a rookie Manager, led the Corvallis Knights to their first ever West Coast League Championship. He and the Knights won the championship again in 2011 & 2013. His tenure with the Knights includes directing the team to six consecutive West Division titles, five championship appearances (winning three), and four-time West Coast League Coach of the Year honors. In late 2010 the Perth Heat, of the MLB-funded Australian Baseball League, hired Knight as Manager, where he led them to back-to-back titles for the 2010-11 and 2011-12 seasons.
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