When you think about pro sports teams in Wisconsin, the first thing that comes to your mind might be the Green Bay Packers. While the Packers certainly have a rich history, it would be a mistake to forget about the state's baseball team, the Milwaukee Brewers. Originating in 1970, the Brewers have over forty years of memories and highlights that longtime baseball fans will always hold in their memories. Milwaukee Brewers tickets are a great way for any baseball fan to relive the nostalgia of the team's past, while at the same time witnessing the roster's current talent and catching a peek at what the future holds.
Purchasing Milwaukee Brewers tickets will grant you entrance into Miller Park, which has been the team's home since 2001. It replaced the team's old stadium, Milwaukee County Stadium, which was demolished in February 2001. The new park came with a hefty price tag of $392,000,000, but the the vastly improved facilities that it comes with have proven to make it a worthwhile expenditure. Today it still stands out as one of the greatest construction projects to ever take place in the state of Wisconsin. Some of the more notable features of the park include a retractable roof, a pair of LED scoreboards, and picnic area over in the corner of the right field, which is set at field level.
Playing in a park with state of the art facilities like this, it makes sense that Brewers tickets are being sold faster than ever. In addition to playing in a nice stadium, it doesn't hurt that the Brewers have a real chance to be competitive in their division this year. They play in the National League Central division, which appears to be up for grabs between the Reds, Pirates, and Brewers so far. With the recent snagging of pitching ace Zack Greinke from the Kansas City Royals in 2011, this team appears to be primed for success moving forward.
For many longtime Brewers fans, success can't possibly come soon enough. Throughout their storied history, the Brewers have never won a World Series. However, that may change if Greinke and his teammates have anything to say about it. For the price of a couple Milwaukee Brewers tickets, you have the chance to watch this team attempt to make history by winning its first World Series title. Don't miss out on the action!