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White Sox - Brewers

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Chicago White Sox-Milwaukee Brewers Matchups

When the Brewers take on the White Sox, you can count on there being plenty of passionate fans from both teams, making for an atmosphere absolutely loaded with energy that you're just not going to be able to duplicate anywhere else. Though these two teams don't play in the same league, they still have built a nice rivalry over the years, and the crowd is sure to be absolutely packed to the brim with passion and energy as these two teams hit the diamond this season. Interleague play has become very popular around baseball for a reason, and it's something to watch two competing styles of pro baseball go head-to-head when two teams the caliber of the White Sox and Brewers hit the field.

If you've never seen the White Sox and Brewers in action, you simply have no idea what you've been missing, as both teams have rosters loaded with explosive playmakers that are known for turning the direction of a game on a dime. Once the game is on the line and the White Sox and Brewers are digging in, you'll understand loud and clear what all the buzz is about, as this is a game that will be loaded with excitement that you simply can't drum up from home.


Chicago White Sox-Milwaukee Brewers Team Info

The Brewers have had a lot of successful seasons over the years, and they always seem to be on the brink of pulling down a pennant or a division title. Great players like Robin Yount, Paul Molitor, Hank Aaron and Rollie Fingers are just a few of the legends who have played for the team, and you never know when the next superstar is going to burst onto the scene. This is the type of team that always has plenty of talent on the roster, providing plenty of reasons for Brewers' fans to come out and see the Brewers take to the field.

The White Sox, on the other hand, have also been a part of the sports culture of Chicago for generations thanks to a steady stream of great players and memorable seasons. We're talking great players like Joe Jackson, Frank Thomas, Jack McDowell and plenty of others, not to mention a few World Series runs. When these two clash on the diamond, you have an established powerhouse and a team on the rise in a new city, making this one of the better rivalries that you're going to find outside of the division.


MLB Experience

When your favorite player strolls to the plate with the game on the line, there is nothing close to being there so you can actually see the big game the way it was meant to be seen. Sure, you could watch from home or that dingy bar down the street, but it pales in comparison with actually being there to join in the action first-hand. Be there for all of the bench-gripping moments that you'll be talking about well after it's over, as there is nothing else like Major League Baseball when the postseason rolls around.


White Sox-Brewers History

MLB tickets to see the Brewers have been in the baseball tickets market in Milwaukee since 1970, providing some major thrills in the process as the Brewers have become one of the staples of the city. 1982 was one of the best seasons on record for the Brewers, as the Brew Crew made it all the way to the World Series thanks to all-time great Robin Yount and one of the best teams in the franchise's history. Since then, there have been plenty of other great seasons as well, and fans are always ready for them to make another swing at a title.

Sports tickets to see the Chicago White Sox, meanwhile, have been around since the A.L. charter team began selling baseball tickets in 1901, giving fans more than a century of great baseball over that time. After breaking through for a big World Series win in 2005, the White Sox are looking to get back to the Fall Classic and make another championship run, and they have a talented team ready to make the leap. When you combine the teams in the diamond, generations of tradition will be part of the equation, providing the perfect atmosphere for a big game.


White Sox-Brewers Trivia

Did you know that the Paul Molitor won back-to-back Silver Slugger Awards for the Brewers?

When playing for the Brewers, Molitor was one of the best hitters in the game – something he proved over and over again. Molitor would go on to make the All-Star Game five different times for the Brewers (seven overall) on his way to becoming a first ballot Hall of Famer.


White Sox-Brewers Fans

Whether it's U.S. Cellular Field in Chicago or Miller Park in Milwaukee, this is a game you simply don't want to miss if you're a fan of either team, as the Brewers and White Sox both have rosters popping with talented stars that can turn a game on a dime. When the game is still up in the air and fans are anticipating an epic finale, you'll see that it still doesn't get any better than Major League Baseball when you get a chance to see the drama unfold before your very eyes.

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Mon
11 May 2015
May 11, 2015 6:20 PM
Miller Park
Milwaukee, WI
6:20 p.m. CDT
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Tue
12 May 2015
May 12, 2015 7:10 PM
Miller Park
Milwaukee, WI
7:10 p.m. CDT
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Wed
13 May 2015
May 13, 2015 7:10 PM
Miller Park
Milwaukee, WI
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