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After a third place finish in 2014, the Milwaukee Brewers are looking to make the leap to the top of the NL Central standings in 2015. With Ryan Braun leading the way, the team has high expectations for the 2015 season. Find Milwaukee Brewers tickets for games at Miller Park and watch your Brewers battle for a spot in the playoffs!

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Sep 09, 2016
St. Louis Cardinals vs. Milwaukee BrewersSaint Louis, MO
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Sep 11, 2016
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About the Milwaukee Brewers

Home Stadium: Miller Park

Seating Capacity: 41,900
Address:One Brewers Way
Milwaukee, WI 53214

The Milwaukee Brewers, who were named after the city's long history with the brewing industry, came to the city before the 1970 season. Bud Selig purchased the Seattle Pilots in 1969 and, being a native of Milwaukee, promptly moved the team to his hometown. During the first seasons of the franchise, the Brewers struggled, not finishing with any more than 76 wins in their first nine seasons. One of the bright spots of the long stretch of losing was the debut of Robin Yount. Yount played for the Milwaukee Brewers from 1973 through 1993 and is now recognized as arguably the greatest player in team history. He helped lead the team to its two playoff appearances in 1981 and 1982. In 1982, the team defeated the California Angels and advanced to the World Series versus the St. Louis Cardinals, their first and only fall classic appearance.

From 1970 through 1997, the Milwaukee Brewers played as part of Major League Baseball's American League. But following the 1997 season, the Brewers were transferred to the National League Central Division as part of the baseball's realignment plan.

The Brewers have experienced modest success in the last decade, reaching the postseason in 2008 and 2011. They currently rely on young power hitter Ryan Braun, who won the Rookie of the Year award in 2007 and was named Major League Baseball Most Valuable Player in 2011, when he hit 33 home runs, drove in 111 runs, and batted .332. He continues to be one of the most feared hitters in baseball, and the Brewers will need him to put up similar statistics if they want to compete in the very difficult NL Central.

If you are looking for tickets to see a Brewers game at Miller Park or on the road, can help connect you to Brewers tickets this year. Find your seats and watch Bernie the Brewer take ride down the slide in left field stands!

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