Brewers NLCS Tickets

Today marks game one of the seven game National League Championship Series (“NLCS”) between the Milwaukee Brewers and the St. Louis Cardinals.  Needless to say NLCS tickets are like gold and finding them is going to be a big challenge. Unfortunately Milwaukee Brewers officials said National League Championship Series tickets are sold out at its box office.  However, that does not necessarily mean that Brewers fans are completely out of luck!  Even though fans can’t buy the tickets at the box office anymore, workers said they can still check with reputable ticket brokers, or someone may be selling tickets in the parking lot? Some Brewers fans said they could hardly wait to pick up their NLCS tickets at […]

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Brewers Face the Diamondbacks at Miller Park for Game One of the National League Division Series

The National League Central Division champion Milwaukee Brewers opens their best-of-five National League Division Series against the Arizona Diamondbacks today at 1:07 p.m. (CST). The Brewers (96-66) capped their turnaround year with their first-ever NL Central title. The Brewers, led by sluggers Prince Fielder (38 homers, 120 RBI) and Ryan Braun (.332, 33 homers, 111 RBI), return to the postseason for the first time since 2008, when they were the wild card. The Brewers didn’t clinch the NL’s No. 2 seed and the chance to open at home until the final game of the season September 28th. The Diamondbacks wrote their own improbable playoff story, going from worst to first in the NL West. Arizona went 65-97 last […]

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Milwaukee Brewers’ Mascot Hawk?

It appears that the Milwaukee Brewers may have a mascot? In what can be best described as an eloquent warrior of nature, a young red tail hawk chaperoned the Milwaukee Brewers to their 4-1 victory over the Houston Astros today at Miller Park.   Proudly stationing itself in right field for what one fan estimated to be about 20 minutes, the hawk skillfully supervised the majority of the 3rd inning as the Brewers scored 3 runs against the Astros, not so much as twitching a feather.         “Even when the Brewers hit a home run, and 30,000 + fans were on their feet cheering as the fireworks were exploding, the hawk maintained its ground near […]

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