Bill Schroeder Enshrined on “Brewers Wall of Honor”

Former player and current TV analyst Bill Schroeder was enshrined on the “Brewers Wall of Honor” at Miller Park in a pregame ceremony tonight.

Bill poses next to his plaque outside Miller Park on the Brewers Wall of Honor. Photo: Scott Paulus/Milwaukee Brewers

Bill poses next to his plaque outside Miller Park on the Brewers Wall of Honor. Photo: Scott Paulus/Milwaukee Brewers

The “Wall of Honor,” which was unveiled in 2014, commemorates Milwaukee Brewers players and broadcasters that meet a set criteria based on service to the Club.

Before the Brewers vs. Pirates game, the long-time broadcaster was surrounded by friends and family on the field as he received a replica of his plaque and threw out the ceremonial first pitch.

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Schroeder returned for his 21st season in the Brewers broadcast booth this year. He began his career behind the mic as the Brewers’ color man after a distinguished playing career. Schroeder spent eight seasons in the big leagues with the Brewers and California Angels, posting a career-best .332 batting average in 1987. He caught Juan Nieves’ no-hitter on April 15, 1987 at Baltimore in the midst of the team’s Major League record-tying 13-0 start. In addition, he clubbed a career-high 14 home runs and had 42 RBI that season.

The “Wall of Honor” is a permanent display outside of Miller Park on the North side of the stadium adjacent to the Hot Corner entrance. Honorees on the wall each have a plaque with their photo and a brief synopsis of their career. The plaques are designed by Matthews International, designers of the plaques for the National Baseball Hall of Fame as well as the plaques on the Milwaukee Braves Wall of Honor at Miller Park.

Members who meet any of the following criteria while wearing a Brewers uniform will be inducted into the Wall of Honor:

  • 2,000 or more plate appearances
  • 1,000 or more innings pitched
  • 250 appearances as a pitcher
  • Winner of a major award (MVP, Cy Young, Rookie of the Year, or Fireman of the Year)
  • Manager of a pennant-winner
  • Individuals memorialized as a statue on the Miller Park plaza
  • Members of the National Baseball Hall of Fame who have played for the Brewers

In addition, the above criteria has been updated to allow the team to honor longtime broadcasters who played for the team. Any alum who donned a Brewers uniform for any length of time and served as a primary broadcaster for at least 20 seasons with the team will be eligible for the “Wall of Honor.”

Last year’s inaugural class included 58 members enshrined on the Brewers Wall of Honor. John Axford, Ryan Braun, Prince Fielder, Yovani Gallardo, Carlos Gomez, J.J. Hardy, Corey Hart, Jonathan Lucroy and Rickie Weeks are the nine active players that, as of today, qualify for induction into the Wall of Honor following their retirement.

Brewers Walk-Up & Entrance Music: Updated 7/17/15

For players, the song they choose for their walk-up or entrance music is often an important decision. What brief part of a song is going to send a message to the fans—and what do I want that message to be? Do I keep the same song that I had last year? What’s the hit that is going to produce the most hits? Is it a superstitious thing, do I want fans to sing along, or do I just use my favorite song right now?

If you’re like me and you’re attuned to the tunes, you probably enjoy seeing this list each year—and updating your iPod playlists accordingly.

DID YOU KNOW? Make sure you download the free Ballpark App! In addition to check-in offers, ballpark maps, game updates and more, one of the really cool features is “Ballpark Music.” Like a song you hear? Check it out on Ballpark–and you can even download it right there! No Shazam necessary!

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2015 AT-BAT WALK-UP MUSIC

Braun – “All Day” by Kanye West

Davis – “Xplosive” by Dr. Dre

Fiers – “Og Bobby Johnson” by Que

Garza – “Toss it Up” by Tupac

Gennett – “Don’t Worry, Be Happy” by Bobby McFerrin

Gomez, Carlos –“U Mad” by Vic Mensa and Kanye West

“X Gon’ Give It To Ya” by DMX

Gomez,  Hector –  “Ratata Ta Ta” by Omega El Fuerte

Lind – “I Could Be The One” by Avicii vs. Nicky Romero

“Miami 2 Ibiza” by Swedish House Mafia & Tinie Tempah

Lohse ­– “Next Episode” by Dr. Dre

Lucroy – “Darkest Part” by Red

Maldonado – “Warriors” by Cosculluela

“Callejero” by Don Omar

Nelson – “10 Bands” by Drake

Parra – “Bravo de Verdad” by Oscar D’Leon

Perez- “Que Suenen los Tambores” by Victor Manuelle

Peralta – “Ponteme Melia” by Chimbala

Peterson – “A New Day” from the WWE group, A New Day

Ramirez – None (at his request)

Rogers – “Simon Says” (Instrumental) by Pharonche Monch

Segura – “Que se Mueran de Envidia” by Daddy Yankee ft Paramba

 

2015 PITCHING ENTRANCE MUSIC

Cotts – “Perfect Insanity” by Disturbed

Fiers – The Saw Theme Song

Garza – “All Eyez on Me” by Tupac

Jeffress – “Flex” by Rich Homie

Knebel – “Money for Nothing” by Dire Straits

Lohse – “R.I.C.O” by Meek Mill

Nelson – “Sound of Madness” by Shinedown

Peralta – “Ponteme Melia” by Chimbala

Rodriguez – “Sandunqueoso” by Tego Cableron

Smith –“Hell Yeah” by Rev Theory

The song played after wins this season is “The Days” by Avicii.

And, in case you weren’t aware, in addition to Ballpark, we do keep a list of these songs on brewers.com and try our best to update it accordingly, so you might want to bookmark this page for future reference.

So now, what about you? What’s your favorite, or most memorable Brewers at-bat song? And, if you were a player, what song might you choose as yours?

-CAIT

@CMoyer

Bob Uecker to be Honored on Major League Night

The Milwaukee Brewers will celebrate Bob Uecker’s 60th year in professional baseball on Major League Night, Tuesday, July 21 at Miller Park. On that day, the Brewers’ Hall-of-Fame broadcaster will throw out a ceremonial first pitch and a donation of $10,000 will be made in his name to the Make-a-Wish Foundation.

Also on Tuesday, some lucky fans will take home the one and only Harry Doyle (aka Bob Uecker) immortalized in Bobblehead form as part of Major League Night. Fans who purchased the special Major League Night ticket package will receive a limited-edition talking Harry Doyle Bobblehead with famous quotes including: “This guy threw at his own kid in a father-son game,” “Personally, I think we got hosed on that call,” and “Juuust a bit outside.”

Harry Doyle Bobble

The 4,000 ticket packages that include the Bobblehead are sold out, but tickets in most seating categories remain for the game.

In addition, fans attending the game can still enjoy clips from the film on the scoreboard, plus, we’ll be giving away copies of the book, The Making of Major League, on Twitter leading up to the event.

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The Making of Major League: A Juuuust a Bit Inside Look at the Classic Baseball Comedy, is a new book by Jonathan Knight. It gives a behind-the-scenes look at one of the greatest baseball movies ever with a foreward by Charlie Sheen.

-Cait

@CMoyer

 

 

 

 

“Hitting 4 the Cycle” Biking Event Just Three Weeks Away

Brewers Community Foundation (BCF)’s “Hitting 4 the Cycle” bike to the ballpark event is just three weeks from Saturday!

On Saturday, August 8, BCF will host this inaugural event that will allow allow bike-lovers and Brewers fans to combine their two favorite activities.  Fans will be able to select one of four bike routes of various lengths that will all culminate with a fun-filled tailgate party and that night’s Brewers game vs. the St. Louis Cardinals.

Participants will have the option to select 100, 88, 44 or 22 mile routes. The 100 and 88 mile routes will start at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison and end at Miller Park, while the 44 and 22 mile routes will start and end at Miller Park.

The cost to register is $50, with a $150 mandatory fundraising minimum. The money that is raised through the event will go to four organizations – the Urban Ecology Center, Dream Bikes, Penfield Children’s Center and the Miracle League of Milwaukee. Each registered rider will receive a commemorative T-shirt, a game ticket for the Brewers vs. Cardinals game that night and a invitation to a celebratory tailgate party prior to the game.

We’ve already told you about some of the great fundraising incentives, so this week, let’s focus on the organizations for which we’re riding.

Urban Ecology Center:  Urban Ecology Center fosters ecological understandings as inspiration for change, neighborhood by neighborhood.  These Environmental Community Centers provide outdoor science education for urban youth, protect and use public national areas, making them safe, accessible and vibrant, preserve and enhance these natural areas and their surrounding waters, promote community by offering resources that support learning, volunteerism, stewardship, recreation and camaraderie, need practice and model environmentally responsible behaviors.  For more information, visit their website at www.urbanecologycenter.org.

Dream Bikes: DreamBikes strategically places used bicycle stores in low-to-moderate income neighborhoods to provide hands-on, paid job training to teens. Working in conjunction with local youth organizations, DreamBikes employs teens from the area to work in the store; teaching them how to refurbish bicycles, use the POS software, and to deliver great customer service. DreamBikes provides lifelong skills to our teen employees, helping them to shift gears and find a bright future.  For more information, visit their website at www.dream-bikes.org.

Penfield Children’s Center: Penfield Children’s Center creates a positive start in life for infants and children, many of whom have developmental delays or disabilities, by providing early education, health services and family programing.  For more information, visit their website at www.penfieldchildren.org.

Miracle League of Milwaukee: The Miracle League believes everyone deserves the chance to play baseball. The league allows all children to play organized baseball, regardless of ability. Kids with special-needs dress in uniforms, make plays in the field and round the bases, just like their peers in standard little leagues.  For more information, visit their website atwww.miracleleaguemilwaukee.org.

 

Learn more and sign up now at brewers.com/bcf.

 

-Cait

@CMoyer

Go To Bat for Guest House on August 18; Packages on Sale Now

Join Baker Tilly as it teams up with Mike Fiers, Jeremy Jeffress and Brewers Community Foundation to support the Guest House on Tuesday, August 18 as the Brewers take on the Marlins at Miller Park.

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The Guest House of Milwaukee provides shelter, housing, education, and services to Milwaukee’s homeless who seek to transform their lives with dignity and purpose.

Corporate ticket packages for this unique event are on sale now. You’ll get 10 Gehl Club tickets, which include a full buffet, and two glasses of beer or wine per adult. Each guest will also get to take home an authentic autographed baseball signed by Mike Fiers or Jeremy Jeffress.

Grab some coworkers and enjoy the game from the Gehl Club while supporting a great cause! Call (414)902-HOPE (4673) to reserve your package today.

 

-Cait

JohnandCait@brewers.com

 

Wear Your Player Gear to Miller Park This Homestand and Save!

You probably were already planning on it, but you’ll want to be sure to wear your Brewers player apparel to Miller Park this homestand (July 17-22).

When you wear your player gear (past or present) at the Brewers Team Store, you will receive a coupon for an immediate $5 discount off of your purchase of player product, including player name and number t-shirts, player fashion tees, player-designed caps, bobbles, pennants, jerseys, photos, etc. (Sorry– game-used memorabilia is not included.)

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Your savings will be valid that day only at the following Miller Park locations: any of the four Brewers Team Store locations, Hank’s Hangout and Bernie’s Chalet.

In case you haven’t already seen some of the awesome new player-designed caps and fashion tees, I’ve got a look at some of them here for you.

First, player-designed caps.

Back in January at Brewers On Deck, some of the guys were excited about the opportunity to design their own New Era caps.

Davis Caps
Khri wanted to change things up a bit. Davis choose to mix in some different designs and fashions for his two caps and loved the experience, as well as the finished product. “I could design caps all day!” he exclaimed.

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Gennett Caps 
Scooter really wanted to base his caps on designs that are different and not typically seen in stores. Scooter actually designed his own “SG2” logo, which is featured on all three of his caps. Upon seeing the finished product, Scooter thought that each cap turned out looking “sick.

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Gomez Caps
Carlos loves gold and so it’s no surprise that the Gold Glove centerfielder made sure to incorporate gold in each of his cap designs.

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Lucroy Caps
Essentially, Luc wanted something that he could wear while duck hunting… so camo it is!

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Peralta Caps
Wily also had a lot of fun designing his caps and stuck with the trendy camo look for one of his designs. He also made sure that one of his caps would have his nickname, “Big Wily,” on the back.  After picking up 17 wins last year, he can put whatever he wants on his cap design!

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Next, the players weighed in on their unique t-shirt designs.

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Scooter was also very hands on with his t-shirt design and sent in multiple sketches and drafts of what he was looking for. He loves outer space and astronomy, so he wanted his shirt to depict himself hitting a baseball, while on the moon, out into space.

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Gomez T-Shirt
Carlos liked his New Era caps so much that he decided he wanted to have his shirt design match, bringing in highlights of the same unique camo and coloring.

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Lucroy T-Shirt
Luc couldn’t help but copy Gomez, as he also choose to have one of his cap designs be used for his t-shirt design.

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Happy Shopping!

Cait

@CMoyer

Autograph Signing at the Brewers Team Store by Majestic Tuesday

Brewers catcher Martin Maldonado will sign autographs at the Brewers Team Store by Majestic on Tuesday from 12:30-1:30 p.m.  CT.

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Signing courtesy of Majestic Athletic. One autograph per person. Fans may begin lining up outside of the store at 6am on July 21. First come, first served. Sorry, no photographs.

-Cait

JohnandCait@brewers.com

Bill Schroeder to be Placed on “Brewers Wall of Honor”

Former player and current TV analyst Bill Schroeder will be enshrined on the “Brewers Wall of Honor” at Miller Park in a pregame ceremony this Friday, July 17. The “Wall of Honor,” which was unveiled in 2014, commemorates Milwaukee Brewers players and broadcasters that meet a set criteria based on service to the Club.

The “Wall of Honor” is a permanent display outside of Miller Park on the North side of the stadium adjacent to the Hot Corner entrance. Honorees on the wall each have a plaque with their photo and a brief synopsis of their career. The plaques are designed by Matthews International, designers of the plaques for the National Baseball Hall of Fame as well as the plaques on the Milwaukee Braves Wall of Honor at Miller Park.

A pre-game ceremony to honor Schroeder will be held on Friday, July 17 when the Brewers face the Pirates at Miller Park.  The long-time broadcaster will be surrounded by friends and family on the field and will throw out the ceremonial first pitch.

Schroeder returned for his 21st season in the Brewers broadcast booth this year. He began his career behind the mic as the Brewers’ color man after a distinguished playing career. Schroeder spent eight seasons in the big leagues with the Brewers and California Angels, posting a career-best .332 batting average in 1987. He caught Juan Nieves’ no-hitter on April 15, 1987 at Baltimore in the midst of the team’s Major League record-tying 13-0 start. In addition, he clubbed a career-high 14 home runs and had 42 RBI that season.

 

 

Members who meet any of the following criteria while wearing a Brewers uniform will be inducted into the Wall of Honor:

  • 2,000 or more plate appearances
  • 1,000 or more innings pitched
  • 250 appearances as a pitcher
  • Winner of a major award (MVP, Cy Young, Rookie of the Year, or Fireman of the Year)
  • Manager of a pennant-winner
  • Individuals memorialized as a statue on the Miller Park plaza
  • Members of the National Baseball Hall of Fame who have played for the Brewers

In addition, the above criteria has been updated to allow the team to honor longtime broadcasters who played for the team. Any alum who donned a Brewers uniform for any length of time and served as a primary broadcaster for at least 20 seasons with the team will be eligible for the “Wall of Honor.”

Last year’s inaugural class included 58 members enshrined on the Brewers Wall of Honor. John Axford, Ryan Braun, Prince Fielder, Yovani Gallardo, Carlos Gomez, J.J. Hardy, Corey Hart, Jonathan Lucroy and Rickie Weeks are the nine active players that, as of today, qualify for induction into the Wall of Honor following their retirement.

Getting Set for Tomorrow’s Miller Park Soccer Match

 

 

On the heels of the U.S. Women’s National Team’s World Cup victory, we’re pretty pumped up for tomorrow’s soccer match at Miller Park.

Last night, both Atlas F.C. and Newcastle United F.C. arrived in Milwaukee:

and both teams took part in practices today at Marquette’s Valley Fields.

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In addition, to preview this event, we held a press conference at Miller Park today.  Newcastle Coach Steve McClaren, Jack Colback, a central midfielder from Newcastle United, Atlas Coach Gustavo Matosas and Aldo Leao Ramirez, a central midfielder from Club Atlas were on hand for the event. 

The scene from today's press conference at Miller Park. (Photo via Sara Stathas/Milwaukee Brewers)

The scene from today’s press conference at Miller Park. (Photo via Sara Stathas/Milwaukee Brewers)

 

Each of the participants expressed how excited they are to be playing the match at Miller Park–and that they’ve already been impressed by the fan support in Wisconsin as many showed up for this morning’s practices.

“I think the atmosphere will be good. I think there is going to be at least 25,000 here, which is a great turnout. We all know how enthusiastic American fans are,” said Colback.

Newcastle Coach McClaren said,  “It’s great! It was strange because they are in the Newcastle shirts and they have American accents, so that’s a little unusual. Also as Jack was saying, tomorrow’s game with 25-30,000 people will be a great atmosphere against a very good team. Again I reiterate that Milwaukee, we’ve only been here a day but it’s very nice. The weather is good; far better than back home so we will enjoy the preparation and then the game.”

Atlas Coach Matosas echoed Coach McClaren’s sentiment saying, “Milwaukee is beautiful. I don’t know Milwaukee, but Milwaukee is really beautiful. Beautiful city.”

Following the press conference, the media also had the chance to take the field for a match.

The media had a chance to test out the soccer pitch at Miller park this afternoon.

The media had a chance to test out the soccer pitch at Miller park this afternoon.

 

Tickets are still available for tomorrow’s match. Prices range from $25 – $70. Parking is $20 in advance and $25 on the day of the match. Fans can purchase tickets online at Brewers.com/soccer, in person at the Miller Park Box Office, or by phone at 414-902-4000.

In addition, all fans who attend the match will receive a voucher at the gate that will allow them to receive $15 off a future Brewers home game in the month of August. The voucher is valid for 14 games in the month, excluding August 1, 2, 8 and 15And the first 10,000 adults 18 and over will receive a reversible soccer scarf featuring the logos and colors of the Newcastle and Atlas Clubs, courtesy of Potawatomi Hotel and Casino.

The gates to Miller Park will open at 6:30 p.m.  Parking lots will open at 5 p.m.

For more information on the match, check out our A-to-Z Guide, here.

Special thanks to New Media Intern Aaron Oberley for the photos and assist today!

-Cait

@CMoyer

Cait’s A to Z Guide to Next Week’s Club Atlas vs. Newcastle United F.C. Soccer Match at Miller Park

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We’re looking forward to an exciting evening of soccer in Milwaukee next Tuesday night as Club Atlas and Newcastle United F.C. take part in our second soccer match at Miller Park. 

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As I’ve done with our special events in the past, I’ve compiled an A to Z Guide with everything you need to know about next week’s match.

CAIT’S A to Z GUIDE TO THE SOCCER MATCH AT MILLER PARK

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You may bring your compact, still photography camera. Want to share your photos with us? Use #MillerParkSoccer on Twitter and Instagram and I may feature my favorites on the blog!

CARRY-IN POLICY

Guests MAY carry-in the following items:

  • Still-photography cameras (Compact)
  • Jackets or blankets after being patted down or searched
  • Banners, signs and flags without an attached pole (items cannot be affixed in any way to impeded the view of other fans).
  • Soda, water or juice must be contained in factory-sealed plastic bottles
  • Bags, purses, fanny packs or soft-sided coolers must be 16? x 16? x 8? or smaller
  • Food items in appropriate containers

All permitted items will be inspected at the gates prior to entry.

Guests MAY NOT carry-in the following items:

  • Drum Sticks
  • Alcohol
  • Noisemakers, whistles, air horns, musical instruments (plastic horns vary per event)
  • Glass bottles, metal cans, etc.
  • Professional camera equipment, video cameras, tripods, etc.
  • Animals (except service animals)
  • Weapons, explosives, pepper spray, tear gas, etc.
  • Fireworks, slingshots, smoke bombs, laser pointers, etc.
  • Large bags, large backpacks, suitcases, briefcases, beach bags, etc.
  • Water guns, toy/replica weapons, squirt bottles, soap bubbles, etc.
  • Beach balls, Frisbees, balloons, brooms, skateboards, roller blades, skates, etc.
  • Flags/Signs larger than 3″ x 4″
  • Sticks, poles, rods, drum sticks
  • Confetti or streamers
  • Umbrellas

For additional information on Miller Park policies, please check out the Miller Park A to Z guide here.

CONCESSIONS

Just like at Brewers games, there will be many concession stands open for fans to purchase food and beverage.

FAN SCREENING

New for 2015, in accordance with MLB-wide policy, all fans will be required to go through metal detector screening via walkthrough and/or handheld detectors, prior to being granted access to Miller Park. To help expedite the process and minimize delays, the Milwaukee Brewers will implement Express lanes for guests that are entering the ballpark without a bag. Fans will be asked to remove cell phones, cameras, and other large metal objects prior to entering, but they will not be required to remove shoes, wallets, coins, or belts. Guests are also encouraged to take prohibited items back to their car. Items left at the gate are not the responsibility of the Milwaukee Brewers. Please see “Prohibited Items” for an updated list of prohibited items at Miller Park. If you have any questions regarding the screening process please call Guest Relations at (414) 902-4900.

GATES

Gates to the ballpark will open at 6:30 PM. The match is scheduled to start at 8 PM.

PARKING

Parking lots will open at 5:00 PM.

Parking is available to purchase in advance at the Miller Park Ticket Office. Advanced Parking rate is $20, $25 on day of the event. Parking is not available for purchase online or via phone within 7 days of the event.

Tailgating is permitted in all parking lots. However, if guests occupy parking spaces in addition to the spot purchased for their vehicle, they will be charged for the extra stalls taken. For more details about tailgating, please reference the Miller Park A to Z guide.

PRACTICE

Newcastle United F.C. will hold a practice session at Marquette University’s Valley Fields on Monday, July 13.  The practice will be open to the public and the media. 

Location – Marquette University’s Valley Fields – 1818 W. Canal Street, Milwaukee, WI 53233
Date – Monday, July 13

Newcastle United F.C. – 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

PROMOTION

The first 10,000 fans 18+ will receive this double-sided soccer scarf, courtesy of Potawatomi Hotel & Casino.

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RE-ENTRY

Guests may not exit and re-enter Miller Park using the same ticket. However, in case of emergency, exceptions many apply. Please ask staff for assistance.

ROOF STATUS

This event is RAIN OR SHINE, thanks to the Miller Park roof! The roof status is always a big question folks have when we host games or events here. Right now, however, that’s still TBD. For information about the status of the roof, check out the Roof Hotline.

ROSTERS

ATLAS ROSTER

GOALKEEPERS: Miguel Pinto, Alan Lopez, Miguel Fraga

DEFENDERS: Walter Kannemann, Juan Carlos Valenzuela, Rodrigo Godinez, Ivan Pineda, Felipe Baloy, Carolo Arreola

MIDFIELDERS: Luis Telles, Juan Carlos Medina, Aldo Leao, Rodolfo Vilchis, Jorge Zarate, Juan Hernandez, Rodolfo Salinas, Pablo Mascarenas, Eisner Loboa, Juan Pablo Vigon

FORWARDS: Franco Arizala, Christian Tabo, Gonzalo Bergessio, Martin Barragan, Luis Caballero,

HEAD COACH: Gustavo Matosas Piadon

 

NEWCASTLE ROSTER

GOALKEEPERS: Karl Darlow, Tim Krul, Fred Woodman

DEFENDERS: Fabricio Coloccini, Daryl Janmaat, Massadio Haidara, Jamaal Lascelles, Jamie Sterry, Steven Taylor, Mike Williamson

MIDFIELDERS: Rolando Aarons, Mehdi Abeid, Vuron Anita, Gael Bigirimana, Remy Cabella, Jack Colback, Siem De Jong, Shane Ferguson, Moussa Sissoko, Cheick Tiote

FORWARDS: Papiss Cisse, Yoan Gouffran, Ayoze Perez, Emmanuel Riviere

HEAD COACH: Stephen McClaren

SHUTTLES

I’ve received many questions re: shuttle service from local establishments. Since this is not a normal Brewers game, you should check with each place individually to see what service, if any, they are offering for Tuesday’s event.

TAILGATING

The parking lots at Miller Park will open at 5:00 pm and, just like at Brewers games, tailgating is permitted. However, if guests occupy parking spaces in addition to the spot purchased for their vehicle, they will be charged for the extra stalls taken. For more details about tailgating, please reference the Miller Park A to Z guide. Keep in mind that gates to the ballpark will open at 6:30 pm and the match is scheduled to start at 8 PM.

TICKETS

Tickets can be purchased online at brewers.com/soccer, by calling the Miller Park Ticket Office at (414) 902-4000 or in person at the Miller Park Ticket Office windows. If you need accessible seating, please contact the ticket office in advance.

Tickets ordered in advance and left at Will Call may be picked up at the Miller Park Ticket Office during regular business hours and on the event day. Please bring proper photo identification, credit card used for purchase, and confirmation number to receive your tickets.

The Miller Park Ticket Office is located on-site at Miller Park, near the Home Plate Gate entrance. The Ticket Office is open Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM; Saturday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM; and Sunday, 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM. The ticket office will have extended hours and ticket windows the evening of the event.

TRAFFIC

Heavy traffic and congestion is anticipated leading into the stadium area. City streets and highways are expected to be heavily congested near the stadium between pregame and following the match. To find out the best transportation to and from the stadium please visit the Miller Park A to Z guide and scroll to Directions to Miller Park.

WILL CALL

Tickets ordered in advance and left at Will Call may be picked up at the Miller Park Ticket Office during regular business hours and on the event day. Please bring proper photo identification, credit card used for purchase, and confirmation number to receive your tickets.

The Miller Park Ticket Office is located on-site at Miller Park, near the Home Plate Gate entrance. The Ticket Office is open Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM; Saturday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM; and Sunday, 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM. The ticket office will have extended hours and ticket windows the evening of the event.

Thank you again for your support of international soccer in Milwaukee and we look forward to seeing you on Tuesday!

-Cait

@CMoyer

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