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One of my favorite spots at Miller Park continues to be AJ Bombers. The popular restaurant and bar-with locations in Milwaukee and Madison- occupies the outside space formerly known as the Plaza Pavilion, along the west side of Miller Park near the right-field gate.
AJ Bombers offers a selection of cheeseburgers, egg rolls, tater tots, shakes, custards, specialty concrete mixers and more. The menu also include homestand specials, such as the city-themed concrete mixers as well as monthly player burger features, which return on May 12.
The first player burger of 2016, back by popular demand is Luc’s Ragin’ Cajun, a special burger named after Brewers catcher Jonathan Lucroy.
It’s a Cajun-infused Bombers Burger, topped with white cheddar, Nueske’s Bacon and Sriracha.
Luc’s burger is exclusive to Miller Park (i.e. not served at AJ Bombers’ restaurants) and available for a limited time (May 12-June 1).
In addition, AJ Bombers continues to offer special concrete custard concoctions by series. Here’s a look at what’s on deck for May here exclusively at Miller Park:
I’ll be sure to check in with AJ Bombers often throughout the season to keep you informed on their newest menu items.
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 “Miller Park Eats,” a tab that highlights our featured fare each month and includes an A-to-Z concession guide to where you can find all the yummy grub all season long!
The Milwaukee Brewers will need your help to fill the ballot boxes with All-Star votes to represent the Cream City in San Diego. Milwaukee fans year-in and year-out demonstrate that it doesn’t take the largest market to be heard as they have voted for their favorite Brewers in impressive numbers.
It’s once again time to ramp up and Vote Brewers! This season, eight Milwaukee Brewers players are featured on the ballot for the 87th Major League Baseball All-Star Game to be held on Tuesday, July 12 at Petco Ballpark in San Diego, California. This year Brewers fans will have the opportunity to show their overwhelming fan support by helping decide which players will be named to the Midsummer Classic through the exclusive, online-only Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot.
Brewers players on this year’s All-Star ballot include C Jonathan Lucroy, 1B Chris Carter, 2B Scooter Gennett, SS Jonathan Villar, 3B Aaron Hill, LF Ryan Braun, CF Ramon Flores and RF Domingo Santana.
At Brewers.com, all fans voting 21 or more times for their favorite Brewers will be entered into a drawing to win a prize package that includes: four Field Box tickets to a mutually-agreed-upon game and a meet-and-greet with six-time All-Star Ryan Braun. There is a maximum of 35 votes per email address, including a maximum of five valid ballots cast in any 24-hour period .
More information and rules may be found at Brewers.com.
Those visiting Miller Park are encouraged to vote early and often via an online ballot station at the All-Star Polling District, set up during Brewers home games in the right-field corner of the Field Level concourse (by the U.S. Cellular® Power Playground). In-park balloting at Miller Park has begun and continues through Thursday, June 30. Fans who vote at the online-stations at Miller Park will be eligible to win daily prizes.
The Vote Brewers! campaign will feature event staff decked out at home games in promotional T-shirts, and signage along the Miller Park fascia and behind the plate. In addition, media partners FOX Sports Wisconsin and Newsradio 620 WTMJ will be promoting the initiative on broadcasts, and the World Famous Klement’s Racing SausagesTM will help distribute voting information around the city.
Both the National League and American League teams will have eight fan-elected starters. The pitchers and reserves for both will be determined through a combination of “Player Ballot” choices and selections made by the two All-Star managers.
Fans can vote for the Major League All-Stars online at Brewers.com through Thursday, June 30 at 10:59 p.m. CT.
Blink twice and you might miss it. For one day and one day only, the Milwaukee Brewers are having a flash sale where they will offer tickets for just $4.26 for the May 2 through 4 contests against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Fans can enjoy an incredible savings during the flash sale courtesy of U.S. Cellular®.
Beginning today at 9:00 a.m. CT, tickets in the Loge Outfield, Loge Bleachers and Terrace Box sections for the May 2-4 contests against the Angels will be available for $4.26. This offer is available exclusively online at brewers.com/flashsale. Fans can retrieve the discount by simply entering the password FLASH.
There is a limit of eight (8) tickets per game and inventory is available on a first-come, first-served basis, while supplies last. Tickets will be delivered digitally, where fans can print their tickets at home or directly gain entry into the yard via the Ballpark App.
This offer expires at 11:59 p.m. CT tonight or when supplies are exhausted.
Today we’re pleased to announce the return of three exciting ticket packages for the 2016 season. Fans can take advantage of great savings on Brewers tickets and check out some of the hottest summer attractions in the Milwaukee area, including the Wisconsin State Fair, presented by U.S. Cellular®, the Milwaukee County Zoo and Summerfest.
$15 Fair Days Double Play
For just $15, fans will receive one Terrace Reserved ticket to select Brewers games during the 2016 season and one general admission ticket to the Wisconsin State Fair, presented by U.S. Cellular®, August 4-14. For more information, visit brewers.com/statefair. This offer is only available until Sunday, August 14.
Brew Crew & the Zoo
For just $20, fans can get one Terrace Reserved ticket to select Brewers games and one 2016 adult admission ticket to the Milwaukee County Zoo, plus a free Brew Crew & the Zoo lunch cooler. For more information, visit brewers.com/zoo. This offer expires on Tuesday, August 30. The Zoo tickets are valid through December 31, 2016 and not valid in conjunction with any other offer.
Rock the Ballpark
For just $24, fans can get a ticket package that includes one Terrace Reserved ticket to select 2016 Brewers games and one Summerfest General Admission ticket, valid any time during Summerfest 2016, June 29-July 3 & July 5-10. For more information, visit brewers.com/summerfest. This limited offer ends Monday, June 27.
All packages are on sale now and will be available at brewers.com/fanvalues, at the Miller Park Box Office or by phone at (414) 902-4000. Packages must be preordered as they will not be available on the same day as the game.
You’ll want to get up….get up… and go to the Brewers vs. Cardinals game on Sunday, July 10 to get your very own Bob Uecker Talking Alarm Clock!
Yes, you read that right! In case you missed the news this offseason, all fans at that game will receive an alarm clock featuring the voice of Mr. Baseball modifying his famous home run call to encourage fans to”Get up, get up, get outta…bed!”
This is perhaps the most unique giveaway we’ve had since we introduced gnomes to our lineup in 2015, so I’m very excited about this one. It’s sure to be a collector’s item!
Today, we revealed the image of the clock itself, along with a video of it in action:
Visit brewers.com/allfans to secure your tickets to this game, as well as all of our other All-Fan Giveaway dates!
You probably were already planning on it, but you’ll want to be sure to wear your Brewers player apparel to Miller Park now through May 4!
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, bobbles, pennants, jerseys, photos, etc. (Sorry– game-used memorabilia and sale items are not included.)
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 new player fashion tees for 2016, I’ve got a look at some of them here for you.
Craig Counsell’s shirt calls to his Wisconsin roots growing up in Whitefish Bay and later, his time spent as a Brewers player, including the Club’s most recent trips to the Postseason.
Taylor Jungmann’s player tee features the new Ball & Glove logo scattered inside his letters and numbers, a nod to the fans’ overwhelming support for the new alternate logo.
Jonathan Lucroy sports his trusty chest protector, also bearing the new Ball & Glove logo, as well his moniker – LUUUUC!
Ryan Braun’s tee is a play off of the popular home run call – “Going, going, gone!” – something Brewers fans hear often when the slugging outfielder steps to the plate.
Brewers fans can stop by the Hank’s Hangout Kiosk at its new location behind Section 108 this year to check out all things Hank, including apparel, novelties and other memorabilia.
The Ballpark Pup’s kiosk is back for its second season, as is the Twitter contest – Photo Op at #HanksHangout! When fans visit Hank’s Hangout on Sunday home games as well as tomorrow for Weather Day, make sure to get a picture with the Hank Cutout for a chance to win a Hank the Ballpark Pup Dog of Year framed piece.
To participate, simply take your photo with the Hank Cutout and post your pic to @Brewers on Twitter using #HanksHangout. Make sure to submit your post before the end of the 4th inning and you could be one of the three lucky fans randomly selected to win the prize. Winners are notified on Twitter and must pick up their prize at the Hank’s Hangout Kiosk. One entry per Twitter account per game. Click here for official rules.
Special Ticket Package Added for Superhero Night; Includes AUTOGRAPHED Lucroy Bobble, Plus Buffet & Drinks
Calling all caped crusaders and masked crime fighters – find the nearest phone booth, squeeze into your tights and fly to the Fortress of Miller Park for Superhero Night, presented by Kwik Trip. On Saturday, April 30, join the fight as the Brewers look to defeat their arch-enemy, the nefarious Miami Marlins.
Included in our special Superhero Night ticket package is a limited-edition Jonathan Lucroy Superhero Bobblehead, featuring the Brewers catcher as his alter ego, “The Protector.” Tickets for the showdown are $18 for Bernie’s Terrace, $24 for Terrace Reserved, $25 for Loge Bleachers, $34 for Loge Outfield or $44 for Field Outfield Box.
We’re also pleased to offer a new special ticket package in the Associated Bank Check Deck for that game. For just $89, you’ll get your game ticket, a full buffet featuring Klement’s bratwursts smothered in sauerkraut, Klement’s hot dogs, BBQ smoked pulled pork, southern rubbed grilled chicken breast, brown sugar baked beans, corn on the cob, coleslaw, assorted cookies and brownies, unlimited soft drinks and two complimentary beers per adult, PLUS an AUTOGRAPHED Lucroy Superhero Bobblehead.
4/20/16 Update: The autographed Superhero Bobble package in the Associated Bank Check Deck is now sold out. However, there is still time to purchase the regular package which includes an unsigned bobble at brewers.com/themenights.
These packages are extremely limited! Click here to purchase.
New for the 2016 Border Battle games between the Minnesota Twins and Milwaukee Brewers are special base jewels, which will adorn the bases for each matchup between the Interleague rivals.
The unique base jewels feature the state outline and logos from each team, including a sublimated pattern specific to each Club’s home state.
First, second and third base from the games on April 20 and April 21 will be made available for purchase by Brewers Authentics. Contact email@example.com to pre-order your base today. Game used bases are priced at $250 each, plus sales tax and shipping, if applicable.
I recently finished reading a new book about the Milwaukee Brewers entitled, “If These Walls Could Talk.” The book was written by Brewers TV announcer and former player Bill Schroeder (aka “Rock”) with Drew Olson, an on-air host for 540 ESPN and senior editor/columnist for ESPNWisconsin.com. The book also contains forewords by Bob Uecker and Craig Counsell.
Schroeder, who has been part of the Brewers family since he was drafted in 1979, chronicles the Brewers from his playing days through his current days as a broadcaster.
The book is broken up into five sections: Brewers Greats, Smorgasbord of Stories, Great Games, Behind the Scenes and In the Booth.
Divided up in such a fashion, the book is a quick and easy read.
In “Brewers Greats,” Schroeder talks about Brewers greats Bud Selig, Robin Yount, Paul Molitor and Bob Uecker.
In “Smorgasbord of Stories,” Schroeder provides answers to some commonly asked questions such as “What are you favorite restaurants in X city?” and “What are your favorite ballparks?” along with a firsthand account of the 1986 clubhouse explosion during Spring Training in Chandler, and a deep dive into Brewers nicknames throughout the years.
Schroeder then chronicles what he feels are some of the “Great Games” in Brewers history. There’s October 10, 1982 when the Brewers won the pennant; October 8, 2011-Game 5 of the NLDS; September 9, 1992, Robin Yount’s 3000th hit and many more, often giving a new perspective on some of the most memorable moments in Brewers history. In this chapter, Schroeder also picks his “All-Time Brewers Team.”
Folks who enjoy my “There is No Offseason For” stories will also enjoy Schroeder’s “Behind the Scenes” section of the book. Here, he sits down with members of the Brewers organization to give fans an inside look at Clubhouse operations, the logistics of team travel, the training room, plus video & replay. Along the way, Schroeder sprinkles in his own anecdotes; in this chapter, you’ll also learn more about memorable injuries and team pranks.
Finally, “In the Booth”is a look at how Schroeder grew up playing the game, played at Clemson, was drafted by the Brewers, played for the Brew Crew and the Angels and then transitioned in to a career in the broadcast booth. In this chapter, he talks about his relationships with his different broadcast partners over the years and provides a behind-the-scenes look at how a broadcast comes together.
Whether you’re a die-hard fan from the days of Harvey Kuenn and Robin Yount or a new supporter of the current team, you’ll enjoy this book. Even though I’ve worked for the Club for over 10 years now myself, I still learned a lot of interesting tidbits and read stories that were previously untold.
If These Walls Could Talk is currently available for sale in the Brewers Team Store by Majestic and at other booksellers.
Schroeder has also been doing some book signings in conjunction with the release. The next one is this Thursday, April 21, at Finn’s bar and restaurant in Wales at 7pm.
On May 14, Schroeder will also sign at the Brewers Team Store by Majestic in the Hot Corner on from 11am-1pm.
5/17/16 Update: Here’s a brief video from the weekend’s signing event: