Ladies, you can join the Brewers for the third-annual Brewed for Her event on Saturday, June 13, as the Crew hosts a day of fashion, merchandise and baseball designed specifically for our female fans.
The exclusive event will be hosted in the luxurious GEHL Club and will feature a variety of product offerings, fashion tips, interactive stations for nails and hair, a scavenger hunt, fashion show and more.
For just $99, your ticket package will include access to the pregame Brewed for Her event, a game ticket to watch the Brewers take on the Nationals from the GEHL Club (with full buffet and two drinks included), and a special gift bag to take home with you. (Bonus: There is also a post-game O.A.R. concert that, day, too!)
In addition, many of the Brewers wives, the FOX Sports Wisconsin Girls, and even Hank the Ballpark Pup will be in attendance for this special event. For a recap of last year’s event, click here.
For complete details and to reserve your spot, visit brewers.com/brewedforher.
At the beginning of the season, I told you about all the new concessions offerings at Miller Park this season–from nachos on a stick to doughnut + custard sandwiches, there are lots of new things to try when you come out to support the Crew.
One of the most frequent questions we get on social media is “Where can I find [insert delicious concession item] here?”
Well, if you have the free Ballpark App, locating these items is now easier than ever.
Simply click on the “Miller Park Eats” tab and you’ll find a selection of featured items for the current month, along with price and where to find them in the stadium.
These items range from the newest fare, like those nachos on a stick, to items that are unique to a particular homestand or series, such as AJ Bomber’s Featured Custard.
In addition to the Miller Park eats tab, via Ballpark you can also: view stadium maps to help you find other items within the ballpark; manage your mobile tickets; check-in to receive special offers; view videos; find out players’ at-bat music; and much more.
Be sure you download Ballpark before the next time you come out to Miller Park!
Today, over 11,000 school-age children came out to Miller Park as part of our 7th annual Weather Day event.
First, they took part in a pregame program presented in conjunction with TODAY’S TMJ4 and featured special appearances by Jerry Augustine, Ron Roenicke, Bernie Brewer, the Klements World Famous Sausages, and Hank the Ballpark Pup. The event ended with much fanfare as a cloud was manufactured at home plate:
Following the program, the kids took part in interactive science fair featuring Discovery World, The Milwaukee Public Museum, The Mitchell Park Domes and Ready Wisconsin, before settling in to watch the Brewers take on the Cincinnati Reds.
Here are some photos from this fun morning at Miller Park:
Since 1975, League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) councils have been providing scholarships to Hispanic students in the Milwaukee community. LULAC offers scholarships for high school seniors, undergraduate and graduate college students.
Last year, Brewers outfielder Carlos Gomez partnered with LULAC to create the Carlos Gomez Hispanic Scholarship Fund to provide more scholarships to Hispanic students who are interested in attending college in Wisconsin.
Today, Carlos and Dr. Arturo Martinez, LULAC State Director, Member Council 333, were on hand to present a $4,000 check to Christine McGee, Executive Director of the Milwaukee Area Technical College Foundation. The foundation will match that amount to provide scholarships for Hispanic students who will be attending MATC this fall.
Thank you, Carlos, LULAC and Milwaukee Area Technical College Foundation, for supporting the Hispanic Community through education.
Reviving Baseball in the Inner Cities, or the RBI Program, is a MLB youth baseball initiative and partnership with the Boys & Girls Clubs. The RBI program was developed by former scout and Major Leaguer John Young in Los Angeles in 1989 to provide youth ages 9 to 17 the opportunity to learn and enjoy the game of baseball. Each month, we honor RBI student athletes on the diamond that portray dedication to academics, community involvement, leadership, reliability and monthly performance.
This first honoree of 2015 is Tomas Pinet, Jr.
Tomas is a freshman at Rufus King International High School and is an outstanding student with a 4.0 GPA. Tomas started playing baseball for the Felix Mantilla and then Beckum Stapleton. He’s been playing with the RBI Traveling team for the last three years. Tomas is a very skilled pitcher with pinpoint accuracy and command of the zone. He is also a solid hitter and a good base runner. Last season, he was voted MVP.
When Tomas is not playing baseball, he is volunteering at St. Vincent DePaul Society on the Southside of Milwaukee. He is considered a role model too many, an asset to his team and a leader to his teammates.
Thanks, Tomas, for your passion for baseball and contributions to the community!
Tomas was honored in a pregame ceremony tonight and tossed out a ceremonial first pitch:
Want to help support the RBI Program? It’s as simple as sending a tweet!
When a Brewers pitcher strikes out an opposing batter, make sure to jump on Twitter and tweet: #WHIFF and include our handle, @Brewers.
That’s all you have to do! Each month, if we’re in the top 7 teams, we can win anywhere from $2,500 to $10,000 for our local RBI program. AND the team with the most #Whiff tweets for the season will receive an additional $20,000 donation!
We won $40,000 last season, so keep tweeting to help us support our local program again in 2015! View the current standings at mlb.com/whiff.
The Brewers Community Achievers Program recognizes residents throughout the state of Wisconsin each month during the season for displaying extraordinary efforts in their community.
The first honoree of 2015, Beth David, was recognized on the field prior to tonight’s Brewers vs. Reds game at Miller Park and also threw out a first pitch:
As the founder of Racine Uncovered and We Are Racine (WAR) Advocacy Center, Beth is changing lives one person at a time. The WAR Center provides assistance and resources for individuals and families in improving the quality of life in Racine. Beth helps underprivileged kids by providing lunch and activities during the summer and help with homework during the school year. This year, she coordinated PeaceFest for the residents of Racine, to help bridge the gap with Police Officers and Firefighters so everyone can work together for positive change and get our community back. Beth has worked tirelessly and unselfishly to make lives better for the residents in Racine.
Thank you, Beth, for serving families in need and making the community a better place.
Do you know someone who is a Community Achiever?
Perhaps they started a neighborhood clean-up program, volunteered to prepare meals for their elderly neighbors or even performed some feat of heroism. Nominate them today by clicking here.
All adults and school-aged children throughout the state of Wisconsin are eligible to participate in the Community Achievers Award program.
This weekend is the first Brewers Community Foundation Drive for Charity for 2015, with a pet supplies drive during the Brewers series against the Cardinals.
Fans attending the games on Friday, Saturday and Sunday are invited to bring new pet supplies with them to Miller Park. In return, they will receive a special Brewers pin featuring Hank the Brewers Ballpark Pup.
Items that will be collected for animal shelters include canned or dry puppy, dog, cat and kitten food; dog and cat toys (no stuffed toys, please); dog and cat treats; dog harnesses; cat litter; towels; stainless steel food and water bowls.
Fans should drop off their items from the time the gates open through the second inning of each of the games this weekend.
Fans wishing instead to make a donation of $5 can also receive the pin.
Yesterday, Brewers Community Foundation visited the 13th Annual Braille Games at Gaenslen School.
This is an event where blind and visually impaired children and adults can use braille in a fun and interactive way.
This year’s theme was baseball and Brewers Community Foundation brought the Klement’s Famous Racing Sausages along.
It was fun to see the participants get to know the sausages through touch. Here are a few photos from the event:
We’ve got a special offer for you for the Monday, April 20 Brewers vs. Reds game at Miller Park: Purchase a ticket in the Dew Deck–which includes a full buffet and two drinks per person–for just $39.
In case you’re not familiar with the Dew Deck, it is one of the most popular party areas in Miller Park. Recently remodeled, the signature addition to the area is a 25-foot high rock climbing wall. This area is located above the right-field bleachers and includes a pregame buffet that begins when the Miller Park gates open and ends one hour after the first pitch.
Menu Items include: Klement’s Bratwursts smothered in sauerkraut, Klement’s hot dogs, BBQ chicken breasts, grilled sirloin burgers, Wisconsin mac & cheese, corn on the cob, red wine vinaigrette coleslaw, assorted cookies, soft drinks and two beers per adult.
In the past, offers like this have sold quickly, so you’ll want to snap up these tickets quickly!
To purchase, click here.
The Milwaukee Brewers begin their second homestand of the season on Monday, April 20, when they welcome the Cincinnati Reds for a four-game set. The series is followed by a three-game weekend series against the St. Louis Cardinals. The homestand is highlighted by Weather Day at Miller Park on Thursday, April 23, and the second “20in2015” All-Fan Giveaway – a Wily Peralta Bobblehead, presented by U.S. Cellular®.
Monday, April 20 vs. Cincinnati Reds 6:20 p.m.
Miller High Life Mondays – Every Monday home game, Terrace Reserved tickets are just $9, courtesy of Miller High Life.
Tuesday, April 21 vs. Cincinnati Reds 7:10 p.m.
Brewers April Community Achiever First Pitch – The Milwaukee Brewers community involvement initiative, known as the “Community Achievers Award,” recognizes residents throughout Wisconsin each month during the season for displaying extraordinary efforts in their community. Beth David from Racine will be recognized as April’s Community Achiever and will throw out the ceremonial first pitch.
Wednesday, April 22 vs. Cincinnati Reds 7:10 p.m.
RBI Athlete of the Month First Pitch – Each month an RBI (Reviving Baseball in the Inner Cities) athlete will be recognized for their dedication to academics, community involvement, leadership, reliability and monthly performance. Tomas Pinet Jr. from Milwaukee will be recognized as April’s RBI Athlete of the Month and will throw out the ceremonial first pitch.
Thursday, April 23 vs. Cincinnati Reds 12:40 p.m.
7th Annual Weather Day – The 7th Annual Weather Day at Miller Park will take place on Thursday, April 23. On this day, the Brewers team up with Discovery World, the Mitchell Park Domes, the Milwaukee Public Museum, Ready Wisconsin and Storm Team 4 meteorologists from TMJ4 for a day of learning, baseball and fun. Students will enjoy a special lesson about the science of weather from the Storm Team 4 meteorologists, complete with a visit from Bernie Brewer™ and the Klement’s Famous Racing Sausages – all before watching the Brewers take on the Cincinnati Reds at 12:40 p.m. For details, visit Brewers.com/weatherday.
Kids & Senior Citizens Discount Days – Every weekday afternoon home game, kids 14 and under and seniors 60+ save up to 50% on tickets. The offer excludes Bernie’s Terrace, Uecker Seats and All-Inclusive Areas.
Friday, April 24 vs. St. Louis Cardinals 7:10 p.m.
Miller Lite Beerpen – Every Friday home game, fans 21+ can be a part of the Miller Lite Beerpen in the right-field Loge Bleachers. Fans can buy a Loge Bleacher ticket at the regular price and receive a free Miller Lite Brewers hat.
Student Night – Every Friday home game, high school and college students can purchase $10 Terrace Reserved tickets and $15 Loge Bleachers tickets, courtesy of Time Warner Cable. They also can enjoy a happy hour at certain concession stands from the time gates open until first pitch. Happy hour pricing includes hot dogs, nachos, 12oz sodas and 12oz beers for $3 each. For more information, visit brewers.com/students.
BCF Drive for Charity – Brewers Community Foundation invites you to drop off items for animal shelters during the Brewers Community Foundation “Drive for Charity.” Items that will be collected include canned or dry puppy, dog, cat and kitten food; dog and cat toys (no stuffed toys, please); dog and cat treats; dog harnesses; cat litter; towels; and stainless steel food and water bowls. Each fan that donates an item or $5 will receive a collectible pin featuring Hank “The Ballpark Pup.” Donation tables will be set up from gate opening through the second inning.
Saturday, April 25 vs. St. Louis Cardinals 6:10 p.m.
Sentry Foods Jonathan Lucroy Photo Card – The first 15,000 fans who attend the 6:10 p.m. game will receive a Jonathan Lucroy Photo Card, compliments of Sentry Foods. Also, fans can enter to win the “Ultimate Brewers Fan Experience” sweepstakes at participating Sentry stores.
BCF Drive for Charity – See above.
Sunday, April 26 vs. St. Louis Cardinals 1:10 p.m.
U.S. Cellular® Wily Peralta Bobblehead – All fans in attendance will receive a Bobblehead of Brewers pitcher Wily Peralta, courtesy of U.S. Cellular.
Prairie Farms Dairy Kids Base Run – Kids 16-and-under can run the bases after Sunday home games, courtesy of Prairie Farms Dairy.
BCF Drive for Charity – See above.