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Will Smith & DJ Jazzy Jeffress Prep for ’90s Night at Miller Park

Break out the neon, overalls and flannel, throw on your Walkman, and head to Miller Park as it transforms into County Stadium for ‘90s Night. On Saturday, July 30, it’s time to party like it’s 1999 as the Brewers will wear their throwback home white uniforms with the blue and green crossed bats logo when they take on the Pittsburgh Pirates. Miller Park will feature a number of tributes throughout the evening, including music from the era, special in-game features and more.

Fans who purchase the special ‘90s Night ticket package will also receive this limited-edition ‘90s-themed Will Smith player T-shirt, which is inspired by the popular ’90s TV Show, “The Fresh Prince,” which stars the actor Will Smith.

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Speaking of which, in case you missed it, recently pitcher Will Smith and his bullpen mates have extended a video invitation to the actor  in hopes of getting him to attend the game, but so far, they have not heard back.

And that brings us to the latest effort in support of the #WillMeetsWill campaign–Will Smith and Jeremy Jeffress (with the help of Brewers Team Photographer Scott Paulus) have recreated photos of Will Smith and DJ Jazzy Jeff, who formed the famous hip hop duo that was popular in the late ’80s and the ’90s, producing such hits together as “Summertime,” and “Parents Just Don’t Understand.”

Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you: Will Smith and DJ Jazzy Jeffress:

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Will also got in the Fresh Prince spirit:

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As you can imagine, these two BFFs had a blast during this shoot. Here’s a look at some behind-the-scenes footage:

Tickets for the event are $19 for Terrace Reserved or $39 for Loge Outfield Box, not including inflation! Get yours at brewers.com/themenights.

 

 

BREWERS SIGN TOP DRAFT SELECTION COREY RAY

The Milwaukee Brewers today announced the signing of first-round draft selection, outfielder Corey Ray (fifth overall) from the 2016 First-Year Player Draft. The announcement was made by Vice President of Amateur Scouting and Special Assistant to the General Manager Ray Montgomery.

Corey Ray took batting practice at Miller Park this afternoon and was formally introduced at a press conference.

Here are some great photos from this special day, taken by Brewers Team Photographer, Scott Paulus:

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Ray, who recently completed his junior season at the University of Louisville, batted .310 with 55 runs, 16 doubles, one triple, 15 home runs, 60 RBI and 44 stolen bases in 64 games. He compiled a .388 on-base percentage and a .545 slugging percentage this season. Ray was previously drafted by the Seattle Mariners in the 33rd round of the 2013 First-Year Player Draft out of Simeon Career Academy, but chose to enroll in college instead. The left-handed hitter was scouted by Area Scout Jeff Simpson.

Born in Chicago, Illinois, Ray, 21, participated in the Jackie Robinson West Little League and the Chicago White Sox Amateur City Elite program growing up. During his tenure at Louisville, he was named 2015 Baseball America Second Team All-America, 2015 NCBWA Second Team All-America, 2015 D1 Baseball Third Team All-America and to the 2015 USA Baseball Collegiate National Team. In addition, he was a 2015 All-ACC First Team selection and a member of the 2014 Louisville Regional All-Tournament Team.

In addition, the Brewers have signed the following draft selections: LHP Daniel Brown (7th round, Mississippi State University), 1B Ronnie Gideon (23rd round, Texas A&M University) and RHP Michael Gonzalez (24th round, Norwalk High School, CT). The Brewers have now signed each of their first 11 draft selections and 29 players from the 2016 First-Year Player Draft. Additionally, the team has signed RHP Jeremy Newton (non-drafted) from the University of British Columbia.

Andy Grammer’s In The House for Tonight’s Postgame Concert

Thanks to the success of last season’s inaugural series, we’re pleased to bring back postgame concerts this season!

Tonight, we welcome one of the music industry’s hottest stars to Miller Park as multi-Platinum pop artist Andy Grammer will perform a full-length, free postgame concert, courtesy of Pick ‘n Save, following the Crew’s matchup with the San Diego Padres.

From hustling street performer to Platinum-selling recording artist, Grammer’s ascent to stardom has been nothing short of remarkable. The 32-year-old singer/songwriter has gone from relative unknown to industry icon performing alongside Taylor Swift, Train, and Colbie Caillat in just a few years’ time. With his 2011 self-titled debut album, Grammer became the first male pop star in a decade to reach the Top 10 at Adult Pop Radio on his first two singles, ‘Keep Your Head Up’ and ‘Fine By Me’, certified Platinum and Gold respectively. Grammer would reach even greater heights with the release of his second album, Magazines or Novels, which featured the Number 1 smash-hit, ‘Honey, I’m Good’. One of the best-selling songs of 2015, ‘Honey I’m Good’ achieved triple-Platinum status and soared into the Top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100. Grammer would continue his success with the release of his chart-topping song, ‘Good to be Alive (Hallelujah)’, the second single off his deluxe edition Magazines or Novels.

Grammer arrived early and had the chance to go on the field during batting practice:

He also threw out a ceremonial first pitch:

Andy Grammer gets ready for his ceremonial first pitch.

Andy Grammer gets ready for his ceremonial first pitch.

Grammer also took part in a few special meet and greets during tonight’s game before performing a full-length concert following tonight’s game against the Padres.

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For those of your scoring at home, Grammer’s ‘Good to be Alive’ is also the Brewers “Win” song this year, so let’s hope we get to hear it twice tonight!

I’ll be sure to update this post with photos from the Meet & Greets, as well as the concert itself, so stay tuned.

5/15/16 Update: Due to the game going into extra innings, the concert didn’t start until after 11pm, but that didn’t stop Grammer from rocking out until after 12:30pm. Here are just a few photos from his show, taken by Brewers photographer Scott Paulus:

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Thanks to Andy and to all of the fans who came out for the game and concert! See you back at Miller Park in just a few hours!

-Cait

@CMoyer

 

Say Cheese! It’s Brewers Team Photo Day

Today was Brewers Team Photo Day at Miller Park.

The risers were set up in the infield early this afternoon and Brewers Team Photographer Scott Paulus and his staff were on hand to take the official 2015 photo.

Now, I don’t know about you, but I was never a big fan of “picture day” back in school.

Now imagine that times 100, factoring in getting together all of the players–in uniform–along with coaches and staff….without the added bonus of a free comb. You can only hope everyone is on time and hope that nobody blinks.

Here’s a hyperlapse we took of the “event”:

You may notice a man and his little girl stepping into the shot. That’s Season Seat Holder Bryan Wygert  and his daughter who received the unique opportunity to pose with the Crew:

Far left: Season Seat Holder Bryan Wygert and his daughter got to step in for a special shot.

Far left: Season Seat Holder Bryan Wygert and his daughter got to step in for a special shot.

However, Scott’s the ultimate professional and he’s been doing this for many, many years now. He know what he needs to do to get the guys in, out, and looking great each time.

All fans in attendance on Saturday, September 19 for Fan Appreciation Night will receive a copy of the team photo.

 

-Cait

@CMoyer

Scooter Gennett Plays in the Dirt

Over the last few days, the #CactusCrew participated in various photo and video shoots to make sure their images are captured for everything from scoreboard and baseball cards to marketing collateral and TV commercials.

The big “Photo Day” was Friday, but over the last few days, the marketing team was on hand, along with folks from CI Design and Brewers Team Photographer Scott Paulus, to capture additional footage for Brewers TV commercials and stills for use in advertising and marketing materials.

One player in particular was really getting into his photo shoot with Scott:

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After posing for awhile, Scooter Gennett decided he wanted to make the photos look a little more…um, authentic:

And of course, we had to GIF it:

Scooter Gennett Gets Dirty

Scooter Gennett

-Cait

@CMoyer

 

 

Photo Day Fun at Maryvale Baseball Park

Today was photo day at Maryvale Baseball Park!

The day starts out earlier than normal as various photographers come in to shoot headshots and posed shots of the players.

Photos were taken by media outlets like the Associated Press, Getty Images and USA Today along with the Brewers team photographer Scott Paulus, our scoreboard folks, MLB Network and Topps baseball cards. Players rotate through the various stations:

In addition, we had fun using the Twitter Mirror, a special Twitter app used by events like the Oscars and the GRAMMYs, which transforms an ordinary tablet into a special selfie station.

We overheard players say “Yes, selfie station!” and “I’m coming back here later,” so we think they had fun… but of course, we’ve also got pictures to prove it:

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Brewers Senior Director of Media Relations Mike Vassallo and I also got in the fun:

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We stopped Kyle Lohse, a long-time Photo Day veteran, and asked him if he had a minute to give us for some advice on navigating photo day. Here’s what he had to say:

-Cait

@Cmoyer

Miller Park Time Lapse

I included this video in my post about our #SeeUApril6 Contest, but I felt like it deserved its own post as well.

Check out this awesome time lapse of the Miller Park game day experience, put together by Scott Paulus, our team photographer:

Ah, doesn’t that just make you long for summer? The good news is–each day we’re getting one day closer to Opening Day and the fun and excitement that we know will last all summer long.

-Cait

@CMoyer

Brewers Pet Calendars Have Arrived!

If you’ll recall, earlier this season, we were working with the Brewers Wives and the Wisconsin Humane Society to create a Brewers Pet Calendar, featuring photos of the players and coaches with their pets and/or animals from the Wisconsin Humane Society. We also held a contest where one winner and her dog were selected to appear in the calendar (congrats again, Jessica!)

Well, the calendars have arrived and are now available at the Brewers Team Store by Majestic at Miller Park.

Let me just say–they turned out great! All of the photos were taken by our team photographer, Scott Paulus.

Brewers Pet Calendar

 

This is an 18-month calendar, starting with September of 2014, which means you don’t have to wait until the New Year to display it.

 

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They are $14.95 with proceeds benefiting the Wisconsin Humane Society.

 

-Cait

JohnandCait@brewers.com

Brewers Team Photo Day Leads to #BrewersTeamSelfie

Today was Brewers Team Photo Day at Miller Park.

Brewers Photo Day

 

The risers were set up in the infield early this afternoon and Brewers Team Photographer Scott Paulus and his staff were on hand to take the official 2014 photo.

Now, I don’t know about you, but I was never a big fan of “picture day” back in school.

Now imagine that times 100, factoring in getting together all of the players–in uniform–along with coaches and staff….without the added bonus of a free comb. You can only hope everyone is on time and hope that nobody blinks.

Add in guys making funny faces, bunny ears and the lot….

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…and Carlos Gomez whipping out his cell phone to take a selfie in the middle of it:

#Selfie jajajaja #PhotoDay

A photo posted by Carlos Gomez (@realcarlosgomez) on

and it seems like we could all be in for a long day.

However, Scott’s the ultimate professional and he’s been doing this for many, many years now. He know what he needs to do to get the guys in, out, and looking great each time.

But what happened today when Scott handed over his camera to Carlos Gomez after the official photo was taken?

#BrewersTeamSelfie, that’s what.

Brewers Team Selfie

Here’s what that looked like from my point of view, as it was happening:

Brewers Team Selfie

And Carlos kept clicking away. He cut off some guys in this one, but it’s too good not to share.

Brewers Team Selfie 2

Ladies and gentlemen, your 2014 Milwaukee Brewers!

I may be slightly biased, but I think this photo beats Ellen’s any day. 

-Cait

JohnandCait@brewers.com

Congratulations to Jessica Wagner, Winner of the Brewers Pet Calendar Photo Contest!

As we told you earlier this month, we’re creating a Brewers Pet Calendar, featuring photos of the players and coaches with their pets and/or animals from the Wisconsin Humane Society, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the organization.

We also held a contest for one lucky fan and his/her dog to be included in the calendar alongside Hank.

And today, Jessica Wagner and her yellow lab, Ruger, from Wausau joined Mark Reynolds, Logan Schafer and Hank this afternoon for a photo shoot by Brewers photographer Scott Paulus:

Jessica Wagner

Jessica Wagner

 

Stay tuned for more details on when the finished piece will be for sale.

Cheers!

-Cait

JohnandCait@brewers.com

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