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07/12/2007 11:07 AM ET
Brewers open second half action with 10-game homestand
Collectible-size Ted Simmons and Gorman Thomas bobbleheads, chorizo all-fan bobblehead, Cerveceros Day and Brewers Charities 5K Run/Walk among activities during upcoming homestand
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MILWAUKEE -- Following a four-day All-Star Break that featured four different Brewers players participating in the 2007 Midsummer Classic, the Brewers turn their attention to the second half of the season, beginning with a 10-game homestand this Friday, July 13. During this stretch, the Brewers will host three teams from the National League West division including the Colorado Rockies, Arizona Diamondbacks, and a return trip to Miller Park by the San Francisco Giants.

The Brewers return from their longest stretch of the season away from Miller Park this Friday, a span of 15 days away from home. Friday night's game is slated for a 7:05 p.m. start.

Friday's series opener is the seventh Retro Friday of the season and all fans in attendance will receive a collectible 5-inch bobblehead featuring former Brewers catcher Ted Simmons, compliments of American Family Insurance, Sentry Foods, and the Wisconsin Lottery. Fans will also want to arrive to the ballpark early to meet their favorite Brewers as part of U.S. Bank Autograph Fridays. Six to eight Brewers players and coaches will autograph photo cards prior to the game.

Every Friday night, fans can enjoy a traditional Icelandic Brand Fish Fry at select concession stands throughout the Miller Park concourse. Plus with each purchase, fans receive a coupon for 50% savings on a Terrace Reserved ticket, good for any other Friday night game. Friday is also College Night where college students can receive Terrace Reserved and Bleacher tickets (excluding the Miller Lite Beerpen) for half price with proof of their current college ID. In addition, fans 21 and older can be part of the Miller Lite Beerpen in the Right Field Loge Bleachers. With the purchase of a $16 ticket in this area, adult fans will receive a complimentary Brewers t-shirt.

The Crew will play host to the Rockies with a 6:05 p.m. scheduled contest on Saturday evening. The first 15,000 fans 21 and older in attendance will receive a round 9" cooler bag, courtesy of Miller High Life Light and the Miller Brewing Company.

On Sunday, the Brewers will celebrate the second annual Cerveceros Day as the team will pay tribute to the strong traditions of baseball and Hispanic culture in Milwaukee by wearing jerseys that will read "Cerveceros" ("Brewers" in Spanish). Following the contest, the game-worn uniforms will be auctioned off at brewers.com with proceeds going to the Wisconsin Hispanic Scholarship Fund (Mexican Fiesta), the Phillip Arreola Scholarship Fund (Hispanic Chamber) and the Hispanic Professionals of Greater Milwaukee Scholarship Fund. Cerveceros Day is presented by CITGO.

All fans arriving at Sunday's game will also receive a Brewers collectible bobblehead doll, featuring the Chorizo Racing Sausage, compliments of Klement's and Pick 'n Save. Former Brewers outfielder Sixto Lezcano will be present for the day's events and will take part in pregame ceremonies. Lezcano will also host an autograph signing at Miller Park from the first through third innings.

On Monday, July 16, the Arizona Diamondbacks visit Miller Park for the start of a four-game series. Monday is Time Warner Cable Customer Appreciation Day and all TWC customers can take advantage of great savings with a "Buy 1, Get 1 Free" Terrace Level ticket voucher received through the mail. Vouchers may be redeemed at the Miller Park ticket window or mailed to the Brewers ticket office (offer valid while supplies last). Monday is also Nestle Drumstick Day. Redeem a box top from a Nestle Drumstick box at the Brewers ticket office for two free Terrace Level tickets with the purchase of two tickets of equal or greater value. Also, every time a Brewers player hits a home run, each fan sitting in a randomly selected row wins a free box of Nestle Drumsticks.

At Tuesday's game, fans will have an opportunity to redeem a FREE Terrace Level ticket upon completing a bp C'mon Back Card with six purchases of eight gallons of gas or more at participating bp stations.

The giveaways continue on Wednesday evening when the first 12,000 fans will get a Carmex Lip Moisturizer stick available in a variety of flavors, courtesy of Carma-Laboratories. Additionally, the first 20,000 fans 18 and older will receive a special Valvoline Instant Oil Change coupon. During Thursday's matinee game at 1:05 p.m., kids 14 and under and senior citizens 60 and over receive savings of 50% on most seats, excluding the Field Bleachers, Loge Bleachers, Bernie's Terrace and the Uecker Seats (subject to availability). Thursday is also Potawatomi Baseball Bingo, courtesy of Potawatomi Bingo Casino.

Next Friday, the Brewers welcome the San Francisco Giants to Miller Park for the start of a three-game series. Throughout the weekend series, fans are encouraged to donate school supplies during the Northwestern Mutual Brewers Drive For Charity. Each person to donate an item will receive a Rickie Weeks Collectors Brewers Pin. Donations will be accepted near the Home Plate gate from gate opening through the second inning.

All fans in attendance at the Friday night game against the Giants will receive a 1982 Brewers 25th Anniversary Gorman Thomas five Inch Collectible Bobble Head. The collectibles will showcase Thomas in the pinstripe uniform while 5,000 random bobbleheads feature the powder blue uniform.

On Saturday, the Brewers Charities 5K Sausage Run/Walk, sponsored by AT&T, will begin at 9 a.m. at the Klement's Sausage Haus at Miller Park. All proceeds raised from the event will support the youth recreation and education programs of Brewers Charities. Entry fee includes a t-shirt, Klement's hot dog/brat, Pepsi products and a ticket voucher redeemable for a 2007 regular season game. For an entry form, please email meredith.malone@brewers.com or call 414-902-4501.

The Brewers vs. Giants game on Saturday, July 21 will be nationally televised on FOX-TV beginning at 2:55 p.m. The first 15,000 adults 17 and over arriving at Saturday's game will receive a Chevrolet - Brewers Key Chain, compliments of Chevrolet and the Local Chevy Dealers.

On Sunday, July 22, the Brewers wrap up their 10-game homestand with a 1:05 p.m. start time. The first 10,000 kids 14 and under will receive a Backyard Baseball Video Game and baseball card set, compliments of Backyard Sports. Meanwhile, Sunday's game is Badger Mutual Insurance Family Day. Fans may purchase (at least one day in advance) at the Box Office four Terrace Reserved Tickets, four hot dogs and four small sodas for just $38. Each additional person is $9.50.

In addition, kids ages 6-13 can register for Culver's Major League Moment at participating Culver's Restaurants. Winners appear alongside a Brewers player during the playing of the National Anthem. Following the afternoon game, kids 16 and under can run the bases at Miller Park, compliments of Great Clips.

For ticket information, visit the Miller Park Box Office, call the Brewers ticket office at 414-902-4000 or go to brewers.com

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