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The results of the Brewers Team Store by Majestic’s Dawg Days of Summer promotion are in and Bodee of Slinger, Wisconsin was named top dog during Monday night’s game against the Toronto Blue Jays.
Entrants submitted photos of their dogs dressed in Brewers gear to the Team Store; after much deliberation, the top five dogs were selected by a panel of judges. Those photos were then shown on the scoreboard during Monday’s game for a final vote by the fans, where Bodee was declared the grand prize winner.
Bodee and his owner, Lea, will get to make an appearance at the Sunday, July 1 Brewers vs. Diamondbacks game, plus Lea will receive a $250 shopping spree at the Brewers Team Store by Majestic and a deluxe puppy prize pack filled with Brewers gear!
The four runner-up canines below will each receive a $100 shopping spree and a special puppy prize pack.
Congrats to all who participated–the competition was ruff! We look forward to next year!
If you know me personally (or follow me on Twitter :)), you know I am a cat person. I don’t dislike dogs, it’s just that I’ve grown up with only cats my whole life and I currently own two, Crash and Cowbell.
So, needless to say, when I heard about our Dawg Days of Summer Promotion at Miller Park last year, I have to admit I was a little jealous of my canine-loving friends who had the perfect excuse to play dress-up with their pups!
And now, they get to do it again because the Dawg Days of Summer promotion is back!
Now through next Thursday, June 14, submit a photo of your dog dressed in Brewers gear to the Brewers Team Stores, and one lucky dog will win big!
The Grand Prize Winner will get to make an appearance with his or her pooch at the Sunday, July 1 Brewers vs. Diamondbacks game, plus he or she will receive a $250 shopping spree at the Brewers Team Store by Majestic and a deluxe puppy prize pack filled with Brewers gear!
Four runner-up canines will each receive a $100 shopping spree and a special puppy prize pack.
Plus, the first 125 people to submit photos will receive a $5 coupon to use towards their next purchases at the Brewers Team Stores.
Want to get inspired? Check out this slideshow of last year’s top five pooches!
For complete details, visit the Brewers Team Store by Majestic, located in the Hot Corner at Miller Park near Friday’s Front Row, or call (414) 902-4750.
Have fun and good luck!
One of the most popular offseason events for Brewers fans will begin tomorrow at Miller Park. The 31st Annual Clubhouse Sale will open tomorrow at 8 a.m. in the visiting clubhouse at Miller Park. It will close at 7 p.m. Friday and again run from 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. on Saturday.
Cait and I were able to sneak in the store today to get a preview of some items and we are happy to share them with you. First, a couple of notes on the sale…
- The Brewers will also have representatives available to handle requests for Holiday 4-Packs and Brewers 10-Packs.
- On Friday, every 31st customer sale at the Clubhouse Sale receives two FREE Brewers On Deck tickets (one per customer, while supplies last).
- As an extra offer, a more-you-spend-the-more-you-save coupon will be offered. Coupons of $10/$20/$30 will be offered to the Brewers Team Store by Majestic for those spending $100/$200/$300 at the Clubhouse Sale during the sale.
- Every purchase of $100 or more in the Brewers Team Store by Majestic this weekend will come with two FREE tickets to a 2012 Brewers game, while supplies last (one per customer).
- In addition, children can have their photo taken with Bernie Brewer and the Famous Racing Sausages on Friday from 10 a.m. – noon and with Santa on Saturday from noon – 2 p.m. at the Brewers Team Store by Majestic. Fans should bring their own cameras and the photos will be free of charge with any purchase.
It was a very exciting 2011 season and I’m going to start my preview with some items from the Brewers run in the 2011 Postseason.
Brewers Postseason Sweatshirt
One of the most popular items of the 2011 postseason was the 2011 Majestic Hooded sweatshirt seen here on manager Ron Roenicke. The sweatshirt was worn by the players and coaches throughout the Postseason and is on sale for only $40.
Brewers Division Champions Locker Room T-Shirt
As seen here modeled by John Axford and myself after the celebration, the Brewers 2011 Division Champions T-Shirt will always be a great memory of a great Brewers season. This shirt along with a number of other Division Champions shirts are on sale for only $15. The Locker Room hat is also on sale for $15. The shirts don’t come with the smell of champagne like ours does in the picture, but if it is that you are looking for…
Authenticated Champagne Celebration Bottles
…you can buy a number of champagne bottles popped when celebrating the 2011 Division Championship from the Brewers Clubhouse. This would be the ultimate collectors item and are authenticated by Major League Baseball.
American Flag Hats
These American flag hats are a great way to show off your patriotism as well as your support for the Brewers. These fitted New Era caps are just $15 and are really sharp.
Mitchell and Ness Brewers Jacket
Mitchell and Ness started the retro craze years ago and continues to produce some of the best retro team gear (I think i suggested this in my Clubhouse Sale preview last year, but if you are a fan of their stuff and are in Philadelphia, don’t miss their store, it is great). The sewn logo and letters show great quality. This Brewers retro jacket is just $50.
This “Milwaukee” shirt by Forty Seven (formerly Banner) is soft to the touch and only $20. The Milwaukee road uniforms remain my favorite and this is a good representation of those uniforms.
Clubhouse Name Plates
These always go fast as they are all one-of-a-kind. Authenticated player name plates right from the Brewers clubhouse are available in various players and from various years. The entire set of players from the 2011 NLDS was available, but is sure to go very quickly (Authentication tip: The MLB Authenticated items can be tracked by clicking here). You can even buy Joe Crawford’s name plate!
Down in the Valley Book
If you didn’t pick up a copy of this book when it originally went on sale just over 10 years ago, you really should. It is a great retrospective on Milwaukee County Stadium written by Gregg Hoffmann. Great stories and pictures in the book are sure to bring back memories of a special place where many of up saw our first professional baseball game.
Inside Baseball Record
As many of you know, I am a history nerd and couldn’t resist picking this up because I had never seen it before. An instructional record with baseball tips from the Milwaukee Brewers produced in 1972, this is a must-have for any collector. Tips from Ken Sanders, Dave May, Del Crandall and interviews conducted by Johnny Logan, this is surely to be a classic. Oddly enough, I don’t have a record player at my desk, but you can bet I will dust of the record player at my parent’s house and listen. At only $1, you can’t miss this.
2011 Brewers Media Guide
This is a shameless self plug for myself and the rest of the Media Relations Department that spent so many hours on this masterpiece, but every Brewers fan needs a copy of this book. One day you will all want to look back at the 2011 NL Central Division Champions and have this keepsake in your collection.
As I think I may have mentioned here on the blog before, I am a big Black Friday shopper. Last week, my friend Stephanie and I were hitting the stores the night of Thanksgiving and we shopped all through the night and into the better part of the day. When it comes to shopping and deals, we’re no rookies, so it should mean a lot when I tell you that none of the items we snapped up that day don’t even come close to some of the deals you’ll find at the Brewers Clubhouse Sale!
In addition to all of John’s cool finds, here are a couple of other things I wanted to highlight:
There is a wide assortment of caps available from $5-$20. I picked up this camouflage cap with a blaze orange M for my husband, Brian. Brian not only likes to go hunting each year, but he also works for Sportsman Channel, which is a hunting and fishing cable network based out of New Berlin. This cap marries (ha!) his two passions beautifully.
There are lots of really cute tanks, tees, jackets and hoodies for women this year! Working here so many years and also, of course, being a fan myself, I kind of had to restrain myself from purchasing too many items! Here are just a couple of my favorites.
Majestic Women’s V-Neck
This white Majestic top has a flattering cut and is very sporty. It’s retailing for just $15 this weekend.
Majestic Women’s Track Jacket
This track jacket would go well with the tee; sporty and cute, it is going for just $40.
Victoria’s Secret Pink Strike ‘Em Out Tee
Did you see the new Victoria’s Secret Pink Brewers line this year? Sold in both Victoria’s Secret stores and the Brewers Team Stores, their stuff is so cute and so comfortable! This cute v-neck tee is selling for just $15.
Just in time for the cold winter weather headed our way, these warm Brewers sweaters are on sale for just $40! Both men’s and women’s sweaters are zip-cardigan style and the women’s sweater also features a hood. I can just see fans wearing these, gathered around the fire or “hot stove,” talkin’ Brewers this offseason.
Kids and Babies
There are lots of items for kids and babies at the sale this year, too—good thing because three of my friends had new babies this year alone!
Check out this cute girls’ tee for just $4 and this Majestic pink tracksuit for just $20.
There are also lots of toys and novelties, like these Famous Racing Sausages plush toys, which are selling for $10 each.
As you can see, this year, when it comes to your holiday shopping, you’ll find all of your MVPs [Most Valuable Presents] right here at the Clubhouse Sale. Happy Shopping!
– JOHN AND CAIT
It’s no surprise to us why we have the best home record in all of baseball right now— everyone knows Brewers fans are the best in the league. And, in the thick of a pennant race, that fan support is crucial–so that’s why we’re asking you to come out and support the Crew on Saturday, September 10 by going GOLD!
Remember the Gold “Cerveceros” jerseys the team wore earlier in the season? Those were a big hit with the players and the fans. On September 10, the Crew will again sport similar gold Brewers jerseys for the game against the Phillies and all fans who in attendance are encouraged to wear their Brewers gold to the game, too!
The Brewers Team Store by Majestic is stocking up on several new t-shirts in preparation for the event and and, beginning on Tuesday morning, September 6, at 6am, fans can be the very first to strike gold as the t-shirts, in addition to a limited number of the gold jerseys, will be available at the store during a special sale.
Here’s a quick rundown of the new merchandise:
- Gold tees with the Brewers script logo on the front.
- There will be select player name and number tees (Axford, Braun, Fielder and Weeks) available in gold.
- Finally, the T. Plush Tee is still a number one seller, so we’re betting that this new gold tee, emblazoned with his patented saying, “Ahhhhhh Gotta Go!” will be a hit as well. Where do we have to go? We’ve Gotta Go to the Postseason of course!
These items will be exclusive to the Brewers Team Store by Majestic at Miller Park.
Fans who wear their gold on September 10th also have the potential to be spotted by Brewers employees and rewarded for sporting their attire. Prizes include ticket vouchers, autographed baseballs, and other merchandise.
The rush is on! Get ready to go gold!
– JOHN AND CAIT
At the beginning of the season, we were pleased to introduce our “What Do You Love About Miller Park?” advertising campaign for 2011, which was designed to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of our beloved ballpark through declarations of love.
All season long, we’re be celebrating our great ballpark and all of the things that make our very own Brewers experience so unique by highlighting the things that our players, fans and yes, even our mascots, love best in our print, online and outdoor ads.
And now, we want to hear from you. In the past 10 years, millions of fans have passed through the gates and many memories have been created, so we’d like to invite you to join us in an interactive contest as you tell us: What do YOU love best about the place your Brewers call home? It could your favorite memory, food, place to take in the game, or just what keeps you coming back again and again.
Just share your story here in 100 words or less, accompanied by a photo of you and family or friends at Miller Park and we’ll send one lucky winner back out to the ballpark again and again on us with two (2) 20-Game ticket packages for the 2012 season.
Other entrants are also be eligible to win great prizes, such as: four tickets to the Gehl Club for the Tuesday, August 30 game vs. St. Louis; one autographed John Axford jersey and bobblehead; one autographed Shaun Marcum jersey and ball; four tickets in the AirTran Airways Landing Zone for the Monday, September 26 game vs. Pittsburgh, or a $100 shopping spree to the Brewers Team Store by Majestic.
You’ve only got until Friday, July 29, so get ready to fall in love all over again with Miller Park as you take a trip down memory lane and then post your entry!
In a short amount of time, Nyjer Morgan has not only made a splash on the field for the Brewers, but he has quickly become a fan favorite in Milwaukee. He gets game winning hits (and follows it up with priceless postgame interviews) and he tweets as his alter-ego “Tony Plush.” He plays hard every play and he has an electric personality.
Brewers fans can now join “Plush Nation” by taking home an official T. Plush #2 Brewers jersey t-shirt. Available now exclusively to the Brewers Team Store by Majestic at Miller Park, the shirt sells for $30 and Morgan (and Plush) are very excited about it.
“Tony loves the smooth look of this shirt,” Morgan said. “I just can’t wait to see Plush Nation wearing these shirts at Miller Park and on the road and throwing up their ‘T’s’ for Plush. Take no imitators, this is the real deal.”
The black shirt comes in adult sizes and features the Brewers script on the front along with an airbrush-like “T. Plush 2″ design on the back. This shirt is a definite “must have” for any Brewers fan.
Knowing the popularity of Morgan, I can imagine these t-shirts will be quite popular. I even caught a couple of players walking around the clubhouse wearing the T. Plush shirt earlier this afternoon!
These shirts are a new addition to the other new Brewers jersey t-shirts that have been on sale at Miller Park since the beginning of the year (see my previous post from March on the shirts).
With a new Brewers season upon us, there is always a lot of new things around the ballpark that you have been hearing about. A new manager. The new scoreboard at Miller Park. Some new delicious concession items. If you have visited the Brewers Team Store by Majestic in the last couple of days, you might have seen some new player t-shirts that debuted this week.
I first saw the shirts about a month ago during a photo shoot with the players at Spring Training. We asked the players to model the shirts and those pictures are below. The shirts were designed by Majestic and give unique twist on the traditional player jersey t-shirts that have been extremely popular at Miller Park.
The Ryan Braun and Casey McGehee shirts have a little “America’s Dairyland” touch to them while the “Jersey Shore” shore boys might put on Yovani Gallardo’s tattoo-inspired shirt when “T-Shirt Time” comes around. Closers in baseball are often referred to as “Firemen” and Brewers closer John Axford’s shirt looks like something you would see at at Milwaukee Fire Station.
Available now are Axford, Braun and Prince Fielder. Throughout the season, other players will be rolled out. On May 1, the McGehee and Rickie Weeks shirts will be made available. On June 1, the Zack Greinke and Corey Hart shirts will go on sale and the series will conclude on August 1 when the Craig Counsell and Gallardo shirts debut.
These shirts are available exclusively to the Brewers Team Story by Majestic and will look great in your collection of Brewers player t-shirts. This shirts will sell for $30 each and are available in adult sizes.
Which shirt is your favorite? Let us know by placing your vote.
As if the acquistion of a former Cy Young Award winner wasn’t the greatest gift for Brewers fans this holiday season, I have some good news for those looking for a last minute Christmas gift. Brewers Senior Director – Merchandise Branding Jill Aronoff says that Zack Greinke jersey t-shirts will be in the Brewers Team Store by Majestic at Miller Park on Wednesday.
The announcement of the trade was great news as a Brewers employee. Give all the credit to Doug Melvin and our Baseball Operations staff who worked very hard on this deal and didn’t give up on the number one player they targeted this offseason. It should be a very exciting 2011 season!
It’s that time of year again! The Brewers Clubhouse Sale starts tomorrow at 9 a.m. but John and Cait have a sneak preview of all the great deals for you!
The sale will take place in the Visiting Clubhouse at Miller Park, which has been transformed into a retail store offering fans savings of up to 75% on Milwaukee Brewers merchandise.
Like last year, there are plenty of great items up for sale. You are sure to find something for every Brewers fan on your list and the many items available will allow you to get your Holiday shopping off to a solid yet economical start. (Psst! There are t-shirts starting at just $5!)
Jill Aronoff, Tom Jennings and their retail crew really did a great job in pulling everything together for what will be a fun two days for shoppers at Miller Park.
Here are some of the highlights, from John and Cait’s perspectives:
This must be Phil Rozewicz’ favorite week of the year, his office looks dark as members of the Brewers retail team have taken over his clubhouse to turn it into a retail wonderland for Brewers fans. Phil, enjoy your weekend off and we will see you next week!
When I first walked into the Visiting Clubhouse, one thing immediately caught my eye. It was a die-cast 1:12 replica Harley-Davidson painted with a Brewers logo. A neat gift for the Harley enthusiast or the Brewers fan who already has every bobblehead sitting on their desk. At any rate, this gift is a steal at only $20.
Anyone who knows me knows of my love for all things USA. I always enjoy the American flag caps worn in MLB on Memorial Day, the Fourth of July and Memorial Day. This red hat with the American flag inside of the Brewers “M” logo is a great way to show your love for the Brewers and America. This hat is another great deal at $20. (Note: Sizes and supplies for this item seemed to be extremely limited!)
Ever since I first visited their store in Philadelphia over 12 years ago, I have always been a fan of Mitchell & Ness. They basically started the retro jersey craze and they continue to be the industry leader in retro apparel. This hooded sweatshirt has a great feel to it and at only $50, it will also give a great feel to your pocketbook.
As I was flipping through some of the t-shirts, I came across this shirt. I was completely thrown off guard because I had never seen it in the store before! Had I seen it, I would have picked it up. Alas, here it is for only $20. like the soft feel to the shirt and I love the Milwaukee script across the front (I was a huge proponent of bringing back the “Milwaukee” script uniforms). Banner is another great brand that makes quality gear.
The question I get most about the annual Clubhouse Sale is the availability of game-used and game-worn items. For all you collectors out there, this is your best place to get those items–and buying them from the source guarantees theauthenticity of every item.
The sale has a great supply of game-used bats in all varieties (broken, new, used, pink) in prices ranging from $75 to $425. A collection of used game balls, player locker name plates, lineup cards and helmets are also available with those items ranging in price from $10 – $150.
With the 40th anniversary season last year and the team wearing the special uniform patch, that mean the availability of game-worn uniforms with the 40th anniversary patch are plentiful. From Corey Hart ($400) to–my personal favorite–the #99 Bat Boy jersey ($50), there are plenty of game-worn jerseys available. Perhaps the best deal is John Axford’s game-worn rookie jersey priced at $250.
Additionally, I did see a number of the Trevor Hoffman 600th Save commemorative prints for sale. Some were autographed (and numbered as a limited edition of 51) and some were framed–all were a great deal.
Finally, I noticed a large supply of authentic blue “Milwaukee” jerseys with the 40th Anniversary patch. While these are not game-worn, they are still authentic and priced at only $100–a deep discount on an authentic jersey (and my personal favorite in the Brewers jersey collection.)
The Clubhouse Sale really does have something for everyone, so I decided that this year, I would give you my preview based on the diverse group of Brewers fans on my holiday shopping list.
First, my dad. Dad is a big Brewers fan and avid golfer. I thought he’d look just dapper in this green polo shirt with the interlocking M and B with crossed bats logo. We brought this logo back for our 90s Weekend during our 40th Anniversary this year and you don’t see it too often anymore. In this shirt, Dad will be a trendsetter, for sure. And at $20 ($70 originally), this shirt is a steal.
Next up…mom. Mom might just be a bigger fan than dad and she loves to entertain, so I thought she’d really appreciate this 3-bowl melamine serving set, which is going for just $15. This will be perfect for the Brewers parties she hosts.
My husband…he doesn’t know it yet, but I’m seriously considering investing in a couple of seats from Miller Park. This offseason, we’re working on a few construction projects and one involves removing a few of the seats, so we’re putting them up for sale! They are $75 each or $100 for a pair and I think it would be so cool to have a pair to complement our baseball-themed rec room. Now we can even enjoy the away games from the comfort of our Miller Park seats! They’re a piece of history and also, a total conversation piece. (Note: Not all seats will have the Miller Park logo on them. Also, you won’t actually be able to take the seat home with you from the sale, but you can reserve one and pick up your authenticated seat(s) next week!
My 6-month-old baby goddaughter, Makena, will look so cute in this set of adorable pink and white retro Brewers onesies. At just $10, I can get her some in a couple of different sizes so she can wear some now and then some to her first games next season!
All of my girlfriends and I have an annual tailgate every year. They all love the Brewers almost as much as me, so that’s why I knew they’d all appreciate these stylish Brewers bags/purses! Originally $30 and $50, these Tessuta Woven purses and this Touch by Alyssa Milano bag are all going for just $10 each.
I have a few Brewers history buffs on my list and I think I will get them something to commemorate our 40th Anniversary (I just love that logo!). We’ve got t-shirts for $10 (originally $25) and beer steins for $5 (originally $10).
Finally, if anyone has me on their gift list, here are a couple of neat things I found for the female fan. (Hint, hint, cough cough.) The first is this super-cute Brewers retro tank for just $10 (originally $30) and the second is this uber-soft hooded t-shirt that is selling for only $15.
In addition to these fabulous sale items, shoppers can also purchase a Brewers Kids Club Membership Kit ($25) and of course, if you truly want to give the gift of the season, Holiday 4-Packs are on sale now!
We just want to remind everyone that quantities for all items (especially game-used items) is extremely limited. We don’t know how long each item will last, but we do know that with the great selection of the items and these awesome prices, merchandise will go fast.
The Clubhouse Sale runs this Friday and Saturday, December 3 and 4, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., in the Visiting Clubhouse at Miller Park.
-John and Cait
As the Brewers 40th Anniversary season winds down, the Brewers Team Store by Majestic at Miller Park is offering fans a great opportunity for a great keepsake. Beginning tomorrow, fans spending $75 or more at the Brewers Team Store by Majestic will receive a copy of the 2010 Brewers Yearbook absolutely FREE. The regular retail price is $10.
If you haven’t already picked up your copy of the book, this is a great opportunity. My colleague Ken Spindler, Brewers Coordinator of Media Relations spent many long hours making sure this was the best Brewers year book ever. Meredith Malone, Brewers Communications and Brewers Community Foundation Coordinator, served as co-editor for the book.
Dennis Sell, part of the Miller Park Gamenight Scoreboard Crew and collector of all things Brewers history, provided a lot of insight on the historical perspective. Sell has an amazing collection of Brewers artifacts and was instrumental in helping me get the Brewers Museum at Brewers On Deck together. Mario Ziino, former Brewers Public Relations Director was also on the team that made the 40th Anniversary Yearbook a true collector’s item.
“We really wanted to capture a lot of the history with it being the 40th Anniversary of the team,” Spindler said. “Looking back, this is the most extensive and complete Brewers yearbook to date. We included every Brewers team photo which will make for many great memories from all Brewers fans.”
The 2010 yearbook has around 180 pages of articles, photos and other Brewers information–50 more pages than last year. In addition to the historical element of the yearbook, it includes photos of the current team and photos of every player in the Brewers Minor League system–from Rookie Ball through the Big Leagues. A number of articles about current players as well as the Brewers Farm System are also included in the yearbook.
Much like we did with the 2010 Brewers Media Guide, the 2010 Brewers Yearbook includes a spread with pictures of every previous Brewers Yearbook cover. The cover of the 2010 Brewers Yearbook features a collage of Brewers past and present including George Pollard drawings of Robin Yount, Paul Molitor, Hank Aaron and Rollie Fingers.
Speaking of the Brewers Team Store by Majestic, remember that the new shipment of Trevor Hoffman 600 Saves t-shirts is scheduled to arrive tomorrow. If you already picked up your voucher, you can redeem that beginning on Monday at Miller Park. Keep in mind that these shirts are ONLY available at the Brewers Team Store by Majestic at Miller Park and will not be sold online or at any other retailers.
In addition, a series of limited edition “600 Saves” Lithographs are being produced and will be available for purchase in the Team Store. Fewer than 150 will be available to the public. The Lithograph is the same artwork that was presented to Hoffman by the Brewers to recognize the 600th save. The painting was created by noted artist Janet Olney. There will be only 51 copies (representing his uniform number) autographed and numbered by Trevor Hoffman (unframed are $250 each; framed are $500). Only 60 prints not autographed and not framed ($25 each) will also be available.