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Double Clutch Menu Item for the Padres Series: Blackened Shrimp Tacos

The Brewers kick off a six-game homestand tonight at Miller Park against the San Diego Padres and a famous California menu item will be on the menu at the Double Clutch.

Blackened Shrimp Tacos will be featured at the Double Clutch for the next three games.  A trio of shrimp tacos topped with pico de gallo, grilled pineapple, cilantro slaw and chipotle creama.  The soft taco trio is served with mango cilantro rice and a lime wedge.

The Shrimp Taco Trio will have Brewers fans California dreamin'

The Shrimp Taco Trio will have Brewers fans California dreamin’

Priced at $9.50, this dinner will be a treat for Brewers fans looking for a taste of California.

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 Padres series at Miller Park.

–JOHN

johnandcait@brewers.com

Home Away From Home: The “Hank House” to Debut at Miller Park Today

Hank, the “Ballpark Pup,” is getting a home at Miller Park.  The “Hank House,” a roomy, one bedroom Cape Cod-style dwelling, debuted today as the Crew opens a six-game homestand against the San Diego Padres at 7:10 p.m.

As you can see, the “Hank House” features a mini-slide and the #BallparkPup hashtag.

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It will be positioned at “The Point” in centerfield for tonight’s game and as a mobile home, it will move around the ballpark throughout the season.  When Hank is at Miller Park, it will be his home and used for photo opportunities and appearances.

We think he likes it!

 

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-Cait

JohnandCait@brewers.com

Brewers Celebrate Tax Deadline Day with $4.15 Tickets

While Tax Deadline Day is not a day typically greeted with much excitement, this year there is reason for Brewers fans to look forward to April 15.

For tomorrow only, Brewers tickets will be available for just $4.15 as part of the “Tax Day Triple Play,” presented by Baker Tilly.

Beginning at 9 a.m. tomorrow morning, fans can purchase tickets in the Loge Bleachers, Loge Outfield and Terrace Levels for the April 21, 22 and 23 games vs. the San Diego Padres for only $4.15.

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Tickets will go on sale exclusively through Brewers.com/taxday at 9 a.m. tomorrow and will be available until 11:59 p.m. or until supply is exhausted.  In order to take part in the offer, fans will need to enter the password TRIPLEPLAY.

There is a limit of eight tickets per game. More information on this special promotion can be found at Brewers.com/taxday.

-John and Cait

JohnandCait@Brewers.com

We #BREWLIEVE!

For Brewers fans, it’s been quite the September to remember. Over the last 29 games, the Crew is 23-6 and, so far this month the Crew has gone 14-4, including three-game sweeps against the Atlanta Braves and the Pittsburgh Pirates.

The Crew is now 4-0-1 over their last 5 road series and has gone 12-5 over the last 17 road games.

During that time, according to the website coolstandings.com, the Brewers chances of making the 2012 Postseason have risen dramatically from .6% on September 1 to 17.5% as of today.

Currently, just one team—the St. Louis Cardinals—is ahead of the Brewers in the race for the second NL Wild Card spot. They lead by only 2.5 games as of the time of this post.

And, of course, there is still plenty of work to be done. The Brewers face a tough four-game set against the Washington Nationals and then a three-game series against the Cincinnati Reds, both teams that clinched playoff berths yesterday.

However, then we return home for our final six regular season games of the year, three against the Houston Astros (September 28-30) and three against the San Diego Padres (October 1-3).

And, as we know, thanks to you guys, the best fans in baseball, we’ve got a home field advantage at Miller Park that is second to none. The Brewers have always had one of the best home records in baseball. Last season the team set a franchise record with 57 wins at Miller Park. This season, the Brewers are 46-29 at home including winning 19 of their last 22 home games.  The Brewers tied a Miller Park record with nine straight wins from August 20 – September 12.

Brewers fans have remained positive this season and maintained that “never say die” attitude. Despite any apparent adversity, we all continue to believe in our team.

In fact, there’s a term for Brewers fans believing in the Crew. It’s something we’ve noticed that has been catching on across various social channels already and we’re jumping on board because, yes, like you, we #BREWLIEVE.

So, as of now, the Brewers are hanging in there, winning games and doing their part. You can do yours by coming out and showing your support for the team during the final homestand of the season and spreading the #BREWLIEVE message to your friends.

Tweet using the hashtag to tell them why you #BREWLIEVE in the Crew. Share the graphic on Facebook and/or download your I #Brewlieve Facebook Timeline image here.

While no one knows how things will pan out, one thing’s for sure: MLB’s addition of two more Wild Card teams and a single elimination game in each league has certainly added to the excitement of the playoff push.

On Wednesday morning, Commissioner Selig told MLB.com’s Mark Newman, “It’s been amazing. It’s fascinating to watch the different things that have happened. We’ve got great division races, we’ve got a little of everything. You really judge how well we’ve done by the number of teams Labor Day and then post-Labor Day that are still in the hunt. Even I didn’t think we could do this well.”

Keep the faith, Brewers fans! #BREWLIEVE!

-John and Cait
johnandcait@brewers.com

Note: With the second Wild Card format for 2012, the three division winners in each league will await the survivor of a one-game playoff between the Wild Card teams in each league. Both games are slated for Friday, October 5, two days after the end of the regular season. Barring weather disruptions, the Division Series field of four teams in each league will begin the following Saturday and Sunday.

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