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Brewers 40 Years, 40 Moments

The following moments are the Top Moments in 40 Years of Brewers history — as decided by Milwaukee Brewers fans!

Three moments will be posted each day, leading up to Fan Appreciation Weekend and the Top Moment of the last 40 years!
Moments 4-6
10/10/82 1

Brewers Win the Pennant (10/10/82): In the decisive Game 5 of the ALCS, Cecil Cooper comes up big as the Brewers rally to win the American League Pennant. Watch »

9/28/08) 2

Braun Aids Wild Card Clinch (9/28/08): Ryan Braun's two-run blast in the eighth inning helps the Brew Crew clinch the National League Wild Card. Watch »

4/7/70 3

The Brewers' First Game (4/7/70): American League baseball returns to Milwaukee after 69 years, as the Brewers play their first game as a member of the AL West. Watch »

Moments 4-6

Yount Gets 3,000th Hit (9/9/92): Robin Yount becomes the 17th player in MLB history to reach the 3,000th hit plateau when he singles of Cleveland pitcher Jose Mesa. Watch »


Sabathia's Complete Game Clinch (9/28/08): After CC Sabathia pitches a complete game victory, the team watches as another game seals their postseason fate. Watch »


A Brewers Dozen (4/19/87): Dale Sveum delivers a two-run walk-off home run to extend the Brewers winning streak to 12 consecutive games to start the season. Watch »

Moments 7-9

Henry Aaron's 755th Home Run (7/20/76): Baseball's reigning home run king hits his final career home run in the 7th vs. the California Angels' Dick Drago. Watch »


Juan Nieves Tosses No-Hitter (4/15/87): Juan Nieves achieves the first no-hitter in Brewers history when he blanks the Orioles, 7-0, at Memorial Stadium. Watch »


Robin Yount Enters Hall of Fame (7/25/99): Robin Yount becomes the first player wearing a Brewers cap to be inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Watch »

Moments 10-12

Goodbye to County Stadium (9/28/00): Brewers legends join a crowd of 56,354 to say goodbye to County Stadium in a 100-minute postgame ceremony. Watch »


"The Kid" makes his debut (4/5/74): 18-year-old Robin Yount makes his debut as Opening Day shortstop vs. Boston, becoming the youngest player to play for the Brewers. Watch »

April 28, 1992

Brewers score record 22 runs (8/28/92): The Brewers score a franchise record 22 runs, while setting an American League record with 31 hits in their victory over Toronto. Watch »

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