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The Brewers first joined Major League Baseball in 1969 as the Seattle Pilots. After one season in Seattle, the franchise up and moved to Milwaukee and became the Brewers. The first few years of Brewer baseball were trying for fans, as the team failed to win more than 76 games in any of its first nine seasons. By the late 1970s however, the Brewers had turned things around and were on the cusp of becoming one of the American League’s top teams. In 1978 Milwaukee put together its first winning record. Three years later, the Brewers were in the playoffs for the first time. 1982 turned out to be a special year for Milwaukee. Led by Robin Yount and Paul Molitor, the Brewers won their first playoff series by besting the California Angels in a deciding Game 5. Milwaukee took the St. Louis Cardinals to seven games in the World Series, but ultimately fell short of the championship. After the World Series loss the Brewers would miss the playoffs for the next 25 years. In the late 2000s Ryan Braun and Prince Fielder teamed up to reach the playoffs twice in a four-year span, but failed to return to the World Series. Milwaukee has retired the numbers of four players through the franchise’s history. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Milwaukee Brewers baseball tickets.

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Milwaukee Brewers Baseball at Miller Park

Address: 1 Brewers Way, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 53214

The Brewers play their home games at Miller Park, located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. When filled to capacity, Miller Park holds more than 41,000 screaming fans. When visiting Miller Park be sure to take in all the history on display. Take a stroll down Autograph Alley to see the display of autographs from all of the Brewer greats, then head to the Walk of Fame, which honors all of the past Milwaukee baseball stars. The Milwaukee Brewers dugout is on the Miller Park first base line in front of sections 110-115. Miller Park parking information is covered in our Brewers event guide.

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Milwaukee Brewers Rivals

Brewers vs. Cubs

Known as the I-94 Rivalry, this is easily one of the most contentious rivalry in all of baseball. The rivalry really took off when the Brewers moved from the AL to the NL Central in 1998. They have met on the field over 250 times since then and produced bench clearing brawls, 9th inning heroics, and plenty of trash talk. The Brewers have 2 goals going into every season, win the Central, and beat the Cubs, and the games are all the better for it.

Milwaukee Brewers in the World Series, National League Championship Series and MLB Playoffs

The Milwaukee Brewers have split time between the American League and the National League since 1970. During their history, the Brewers have won a division title in both leagues. Milwaukee’s lone appearance in the World Series came in 1982 when they won the AL pennant after defeating the California Angels in the American League Championship Series.

Milwaukee Brewers Event Guide

What time do the gates open prior to a Brewers game?

Gates open to the general public 90 minutes before the first pitch at Miller Park.

Where are good places to eat before a Brewers game?

For traditional American cooking and sports bars try Sobelman’s Pub & Grill, The Ruby Tap, or J&B’s Blue Ribbon Bar and Grill. Pizzeria Piccola, and Fratelli’s both have amazing pizza and are only a few miles from Miller Park. If you are looking for a more upscale dining experience, try Jackson Grill, or Five O’clock Steakhouse. For a great vegan or vegetarian menu, check out Meritage or The National Café & Takeaway. All the foodies out there should not miss trying Blue’s Egg. Other great places in the area are Juniper 61, Speed Queen BBQ, and Kegel’s Inn.

Where is the best place to park at Miller Park?

Parking at Miller Park is condensed to a few large parking areas. From the north of the stadium all the way to Selig Drive there are 8 preferred parking lots. Parking in this area is usually around $14. To the southeast of the stadium is the Miller Parking lot, which is usually about the same price. A little farther to the southeast are the Uecker and Yount parking lots which are usually a little bit cheaper, but a slightly longer walk to the stadium.

Does my child need a ticket to attend the game?

Children 2 years old or younger do not need a ticket to enter Miller Park. It is best practice to bring proof of your child’s age with you to avoid any last minute hassles at the gate.

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Milwaukee Brewers High Road Keep going Brewers, strong all fields with great pitching! Love watching you all - looking for a great year - maybe the dog is a baseball spirit! April 14, 2014
Brewers Kicking Cubs Butts I swore that I would never go to another Brewers game after Racine was penalized for building Miller Stadium. Well a buddy of mine got some tickets from his Dad and we had free parking. It had been a long time since watching a Brewers game in person. I've seen my share on the television, so I was excited for my first at the newer stadium. We sat right behind the Brewers dugout. That was a blast in itself. The players were very friendly to us and everyone around us. My buddy caught a foul ball and was able to get it signed by Dale Sveum, the hitting coach that is also a former Brewer player. Overall, this game was even better than the games I had seen at the Milwaukee County Stadium in the 70's and 80's. It was invaluable to have the roof closed on such a nasty day outside. I may even consider going to another Brewers game in the near future. June 26, 2011
Brewers Tickets I bought my tickets at the last minute and ticket city was AWESOME to deal with! They overnighted me the tickets and I was all set for the game! I would definitely buy through Ticket City again! August 15, 2011
Wrigley North? How Bout Just Miller Park! Cubs fans like to refer to Miller Park as Wrigley North, because for long it has been the Cubs home away from home. Quite literally, the Astros actually hosted the Cubs a few years back in Milwaukee and the stadium was full of Cubs supporters. The reality however, is that Milwaukee fans love their Brewers and routinely pack this beautiful retractable roof stadium. The atmosphere is a fun one, with some gimmicks to keep the whole family interested. Bernie Brewer sliding down his Home Run slide, and the Sausage Races make Miller Park sometimes seem like a Minor League Game. But in today's corporate baseball stadium environment, the atmosphere at Miller Park is quite refreshing. August 25, 2010
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