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About the Brewers

About the Milwaukee Brewers
Since coming under new ownership in 2005, the Brewers have stormed onto the national scene, energizing fans with an exciting team featuring homegrown talent such as Prince Fielder, Ryan Braun and Yovani Gallardo.

Milwaukee Brewers

Since 2007 the Brewers have averaged 2.8 million fans each season and consistently rank among the top attendance in all of Major League Baseball.

For over 35 years, the Milwaukee Brewers have been a summer pastime in the Midwest. Milwaukee has housed baseball greats such as Hank Aaron, Robin Yount, Cecil Cooper, Rollie Fingers, and many more. Over the years, the city of Milwaukee has hosted two Major League All-Star games, the 1982 World Series, the 2008 National League Division Series, and the 2011 National League Championship Series.

The home of the Milwaukee Brewers is Miller Park, which is truly state-of-the-art. With a signature fan-shaped convertible roof, a color replay board on top of a matrix scoreboard and choices of front-row seats on four different levels make Miller Park one of baseball's crown jewels.

With great facilities and a rich, historic past, the Milwaukee Brewers attract a large and captive audience. Since 2008, 14.5 million Brewers fans have flocked to Miller Park.

Tap into Milwaukee Brewers Baseball at Miller Park and you are sure to hit a grand slam!

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