A surprising participant in the 2017 playoff race, the Milwaukee Brewers accelerated their rebuild last season and only amplified expectations for 2018 when they signed Lorenzo Cain and traded for Christian Yelich this offseason.
They will face an early challenge against their two biggest obstacles in the National League Central division, as they will host the St. Louis Cardinals for their home-opening series (April 2-4), followed by the Chicago Cubs (April 5-8). Brewers vs Cardinals tickets are a great value at just $8 while Brewers vs Cubs tickets are going for $23. Immediately following the All-Star break Milwaukee will face another stiff test, as they face the NL West champion Los Angeles Dodgers (July 20-22) and NL East champion Washington Nationals (July 23-25).
The Brewers will open interleague action at home against the Cleveland Indians from May 8-9, followed by the Kansas City Royals (June 26-27), Minnesota Twins (July 2-4), and Detroit Tigers (September 28-30) to close out the regular season.
TicketCity's Miller Park Seating Recommendation
Loge Infield seats in Miller Park are arguably the best value for a Brewers game. While seats in right field can make you feel like you’re playing in the game, those tickets can sometimes go for more than the loge seats between home plate and first or third base.
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Milwaukee Brewers Baseball at Miller Park Address: One Brewers Way Milwaukee, WI 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. TicketCity is the place to find all of you Milwaukee Brewers tickets.
Milwaukee Brewers vs. Chicago 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.