Miller Park comes alive when the Milwaukee Brewers are in town, which makes Milwaukee Brewers tickets so popular during the baseball season. Fans fill Miller Park to see the Brewers in action as they take on their rivals in the National League Central, Brewers tickets are in especially high demand when they face neighbours the Chicago Cubs in what is sometimes called the I-94 rivalry.
Milwaukee Brewers History
The Brewers were founded in 1969 way over on the West Coast as the Seattle Pilots, just a year later they moved to Milwaukee. The team has only made one World Series appearance in 1982 when they went down 4-3 to the St Louis Cardinals. The Brewers have had playoff runs in 2008 and 2011 but are still waiting for that elusive World Series Title. There have been many legends of the game who have worn the Milwaukee Brewers top, including Hank Aaron who hit his 775th home run while playing for the Brewers.
Brewers games at Miller Park
Fans buy tickets to Brewers games for more than just the baseball. They also know that the family friendly activities at 41,900 capacity Miller Park make it an experience regardless of which teams are playing. Buying hot dogs or watching the famous Sausage Races are just part of what makes going to Brewers games such a fun and popular activity for generations of Milwaukee residents.