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Jean Segura Trades Places With Southwest Airlines

Today at Milwaukee’s General Mitchell International Airport, Jean Segura  took on some unusual jobs as he Traded Places with a crew from Southwest Airlines, the Club’s official airline.

Southwest Airlines invited Jean, along with Bernie Brewer and the Klement’s Famous Racing Sausages, to surprise some unsuspecting customers as Jean did everything that Southwest employees do on a daily basis.  Marshal in planes, ride a tug, make boarding announcements and take boarding passes–it was all a part of the special event.  It was great to see the look on the faces of passengers and airport workers when walking through the terminal with Jean and the mascots–and some of the reaction afterward on social media (I’m sure there will be more when they land!).

Jean Segura Marshal

Jean Segura helps marshal in a plane.

Jean Segura Up Close & Personal

Jean Segura and Sausages

Jean and the mascots assist with the boarding process.

Jean Segura Boarding

Jean Segura Southwest

The Brewers Crew with the good folks at Southwest–thanks for the fun day!


Double Clutch Menu Item for the Reds Series: Cincy Sliders

The Brewers kick off a three-game series tonight at Miller Park against the Cincinnati Reds and we’ve got Cincy Sliders on the Double Clutch Menu for $10.25.


These sliders consist of marinated sirloin, roasted onion aioli, caramelized onions and swiss cheese.

In addition, the Spaghetti-in-a-Meatball will also be available for $9.50.

As always, the Double Clutch is located outside section 215 on the Loge Level at Miller Park.


Double Clutch Menu Item for the Cardinals Series: St. Louis Grilled Pork Steak

The Brewers kick off a three-game series tonight at Miller Park against the St. Louis Cardinals and we’ve got St. Louis Grilled Pork Steak with Beer BBQ Sauce, Celery Root Slaw and Roasted Yukon Gold Potatoes on the Double Clutch Menu for $10.50.

St Louis Pork Steak

In addition, the Spaghetti-in-a-Meatball will also be available for $9.50.

As always, the Double Clutch is located outside section 215 on the Loge Level at Miller Park.


All-Star Gear is Here!

Earlier today, we announced the “My All-Star” Ticket Packages, which include a free t-shirt featuring one of the four Brewers All-Stars.

While the”My All-Star” tees are exclusive to those purchasing the package, we’re also pleased to note that we have official All-Star player tees and jerseys for each of our four All-Stars is in stock at the Brewers Team Store at Miller Park and on

Here’s a preview:



Double Clutch Menu Item for the Phillies Series: Philly Cheesesteak

The Brewers kick off a seven-game set tonight at Miller Park against the Philadelphia Philles and appropriately, we’ve got Philly Cheesesteak–with peppers, onions, provolone and cheese sauce on a hoagie roll– on the Double Clutch Menu for $10.25.

Geno's? Pat's? Try Miller Park's Cheesesteak this weekend!

Geno’s? Pat’s? Try Miller Park’s Cheesesteak this weekend!

In addition, the Spaghetti-in-a-Meatball will also be available for $9.50.

As always, the Double Clutch is located outside section 215 on the Loge Level at Miller Park.


Double Clutch Menu Item for the Rockies Series: Colorado Pork Chili Verde Tacos

The Brewers kick off a four-game set tonight at Miller Park against the Colorado Rockies and we’ve got Colorado Pork Chili Verde Tacos on the Double Clutch Menu.

For $10.25, you’ll get  two corn tortilla tacos, cilantro rice, and black bean and corn salsa.


In addition, the Spaghetti-in-a-Meatball will also be available for $9.50.

As always, the Double Clutch is located outside section 215 on the Loge Level at Miller Park.


Brewers Team Up With KaBoom for Playground Build

Today, more than 250 volunteers from the Milwaukee Brewers (including players, coaches, Brewers Wives and front office staff), Brewers Community Foundation, Inc., Our Next Generation, organizers from KaBOOM!, and residents of the Milwaukee community joined forces to give area kids the childhood they deserve by building a new playground at Our Next Generation. The design is based on children’s drawings created at a special design event in April.

Brewers Community Foundation was the lead sponsor of this events as part of its Beyond the Diamond initiative, a series of community outreach events that take place during the season. These events involve partnering with Brewers Community Foundation, players/coaches, Brewers Wives, alumni and team staff, working hands-on in the community. The community events will be funded in part by Brewers Community Foundation and focus on the areas of health, education, recreation and basic needs. Today, the focus was recreation. 

The Brewers will take on the Colorado Rockies tonight in the first game of a four-game set, but that didn’t stop members of the team including manager Ron Roenicke, Khris Davis, Yovani Gallardo, Will Smith and bullpen catcher Marcus Hanel from joining the rest of the group at the build site. Here are some photos I captured at today’s event:

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A playground is more than a playground. It’s a brain-expander, friend-maker, and muscle-builder. Play is central to a child’s ability to grow into a productive adult. It can transform children from sedentary, bored and solitary to physically, mentally and socially active. Since 1996, KaBOOM! has been dedicated to the bold goal of ensuring that all children get the balance of active play they need to become healthy and successful adults because #playmatters.

In central Milwaukee, where roughly 3 out of 4 children live below the poverty line, kids often lack safe and carefree environments to explore, learn, and grow. The new playground will bring more than 850 kids in Milwaukee one step closer to having the childhood they deserve.

The playground is the second build by the Brewers Community Foundation, Inc. and KaBOOM!. Through this partnership, more children will have the joyful childhood they deserve. The Brewers Community Foundation, Inc. supports KaBOOM! in promoting and protecting a child’s right to active play at home, at school and in the community.



About KaBOOM!

KaBOOM! is the national non-profit dedicated to giving kids the childhood they deserve by bringing play to those who need it most. Children today spend less time playing outdoors than any previous generation, a fact that is having disastrous consequences on their health, achievement levels, and overall well-being. Social entrepreneur Darell Hammond founded non-profit KaBOOM! in 1996 in Washington, D.C. with a vision of creating a great place to play within walking distance of every child in America because children need to play actively every day at home, in school and in their communities. Since then, KaBOOM! has mapped over 90,000 places to play, built more than 2,300 playgrounds, and successfully advocated for play policies in hundreds of cities across the country. KaBOOM! also provides communities with online tools to self-organize and take action to support play on both a local and national level.  For more information, visit

Double Clutch Menu Item for the Nationals Series: Washington Burger Sliders

The Brewers kick off a seven-game homestand tonight at Miller Park against the Washington Nationals and we’ve got Washington Burger Sliders on the Double Clutch Menu.

Not to be confused with the Will Smith “Slider of Death,” which also debuts tonight, these sliders are topped with bacon and exude red, white and blue: bleu cheese, horseradish cream and red onion marmalade.

Washington Sliders

Priced at $10, this dinner will be a treat for Brewers fans.

In addition, the Spaghetti-in-a-Meatball will also be available for $9.50.

As always, the Double Clutch is located outside section 215 on the Loge Level for the three games of the Nationals series at Miller Park.


Scooter Gennett Bobblehead Revealed

Here’s a peek at our fourth bobblehead here for you which all fans will receive this Sunday, June 29 when the Brewers take on the Colorado Rockies at 1:10pm: Scooter Gennett!


This bobblehead is presented by the Wisconsin National Guard, and as such, all feature Scooter in a camo jersey.

Individual tickets are still available and what better time to make plans for the weekend than on a Monday?

Visit or call (414) 902-4000 to secure yours today!


John’s Last Post

It is with mixed emotions that I am informing you all that today is my last day with the Brewers. Mike Vassallo made it official in the game notes today and you might have seen or heard about it on today’s broadcasts, but I also wanted to post something to the blog.

It has been an amazing run over the last nine-plus seasons with the team and I will say that working on this blog with Cait has been one of my favorite parts of the job. We built the blog from scratch and today our readers have made it one of the most popular blogs on

I have enjoyed every step of the way and will cherish the many people and experiences that have made my time here so wonderful. The places that I have been fortunate enough to visit and the people I have been able to call friends will never be forgotten.

Since I love stats, I couldn’t help but to dig up some stats on my tenure here (I started in February of 2005 and the stats are entering today’s game)…

–          Overall team record: 786-756 .510 (1542 total games including Postseason)

–          Rickie Weeks has played the most games since I started in 2005 with 1,077 games played including Postseason

–          Overall 203 players have played at least one regular season game for the Brewers since I have worked here

–          Ryan Braun leads the team in hits during my tenure with 1,237 and Yovani Gallardo leads the team with 86 wins

–          The Brewers have played 13,735 1/3 innings since the start of the 2005 season

About a month ago, my wife, Kate, received a job promotion that required a move to Phoenix. That put me on the job hunt! I dusted off my résumé and started the search. I was fortunate enough to accept a job with the Phoenix Mercury of the WNBA as Basketball Communications Manager. I’m very excited for a new adventure for me and my family.

I have grown up here in the organization, starting fresh out of Marquette University. I will take with me what have learned every step of my professional journey. Milwaukee will always be home and the Brewers will always be my team. I look forward to seeing you all in Arizona during Spring Training each year. I will definitely be following the team through October! I will continue to tweet from @jstein1981 if you want to keep in touch.

As for the blog, it is in great hands with Cait. She is very creative, smart and driven to keep this going. I will miss the “Double Clutch” tastings and the special events I have covered. I will miss the interaction I had with the readers and fans.

Thank you for your support of the blog. Brewers for life!



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