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Milwaukee Brewers Parking Passes

Milwaukee Brewers Parking Passes

The Venue

The Milwaukee Brewers play their home games at Miller Park in Milwaukee, WI, a venue that is known for being home to some of the most exciting Major League Baseball action each and every season. The Brewers see some of the best teams in the National League frequent Miller Park, especially the team's division rivals. The Brewers play in the National League Central, so fans at Miller Park are likely to see clubs like the Chicago Cubs, St. Louis Cardinals, Cincinnati Reds and Pittsburgh Pirates. Divisional games are always filled with highlight-reel plays that really get the fans in the stands out of their seats. The Brewers also host other teams from around the National League on a regular basis, so fans get to see ball clubs like the Los Angeles Dodgers and Atlanta Braves, among others. The Brew Crew even takes on teams from the American League in interleague play, and those contests always see the stands packed to the brim with Milwaukee Brewers faithful. Miller Park is capable of accommodating up to 42,000 fans for the most important games, and you can enjoy a great Major League Baseball contest there this season.

The History

Miller Park opened back in 2001 after five years of construction. The stadium was built to be the new home of the Milwaukee Brewers, and it has served that purpose ever since first opening. The Brew Crew has played in a lot of great games at this ballpark over the years, and fans have historically packed the stands with regularity to see their favorite squad hit the baseball diamond. This stadium was constructed with the only fan-shaped convertible roof in the history of Major League Baseball, and the roof can open or close in a period of just 10 minutes.

Historic Events

Miller Park has been the site of many a memorable moment since it first opened, and fans continue to flock to this venue to be a part of the exhilarating hardball action that takes place there on a regular basis. Miller Park hosted the All-Star Game in 2002, which ended in a controversial tie. It was one of the more memorable All-Star moments in the history of the mid-summer classic. Some of the biggest games to be played here have been Brewers playoff games, when the stadium is packed with rabid baseball fans.

Calls to Action

There has never been a better time to put down the remote and head out to see it all for yourself as the Brewers hope to give their fans another memorable spring training loaded with moments you won't soon forget. Spring training is where it all begins, where the best players in the game come to either Florida or Arizona to round into form, shake off the rust of winter and get ready for another season sure to be loaded with unbelievable moments. From there, it's on to 162 games of regular season opportunities, with another schedule brimming over with great match-ups against other talented teams. Parking passes for Miller Park will bring you right to the forefront of the action and you'll soon be kicking yourself for not heading out to see the Brewers the way they were meant to be seen a whole lot sooner.

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