July 26 Saturday, 6:10 PM
Miller Park - Milwaukee, WI
July 27 Sunday, 1:10 PM
Miller Park - Milwaukee, WI
July 28 Monday, 7:10 PM
Tropicana Field - St Petersburg, FL
July 29 Tuesday, 7:10 PM
Tropicana Field - St Petersburg, FL
July 30 Wednesday, 12:10 PM
Tropicana Field - St Petersburg, FL
August 1 Friday, 7:15 PM
Busch Stadium - St Louis, MO
August 2 Saturday, 6:15 PM
Busch Stadium - St Louis, MO
August 3 Sunday, 1:15 PM
Busch Stadium - St Louis, MO
August 5 Tuesday, 7:10 PM
Miller Park - Milwaukee, WI
August 6 Wednesday, 7:10 PM
Miller Park - Milwaukee, WI
August 7 Thursday, 1:10 PM
Miller Park - Milwaukee, WI
August 8 Friday, 7:10 PM
Miller Park - Milwaukee, WI
August 9 Saturday, 6:10 PM
Miller Park - Milwaukee, WI
August 10 Sunday, 1:10 PM
Miller Park - Milwaukee, WI
August 11 Monday, 7:05 PM
Wrigley Field - Chicago, IL
August 12 Tuesday, 7:05 PM
Wrigley Field - Chicago, IL
August 13 Wednesday, 7:05 PM
Wrigley Field - Chicago, IL
August 14 Thursday, 1:20 PM
Wrigley Field - Chicago, IL
August 15 Friday, 7:05 PM
Dodger Stadium - Los Angeles, CA
August 15 Friday, 7:10 PM
Dodger Stadium - Los Angeles, CA
August 16 Saturday, 6:05 PM
Dodger Stadium - Los Angeles, CA
August 16 Saturday, 6:10 PM
Dodger Stadium - Los Angeles, CA
August 17 Sunday, 1:05 PM
Dodger Stadium - Los Angeles, CA
August 17 Sunday, 1:10 PM
Dodger Stadium - Los Angeles, CA
August 19 Tuesday, 7:10 PM
Miller Park - Milwaukee, WI
August 20 Wednesday, 1:10 PM
Miller Park - Milwaukee, WI
August 22 Friday, 7:10 PM
Miller Park - Milwaukee, WI
August 23 Saturday, 6:10 PM
Miller Park - Milwaukee, WI
August 24 Sunday, 1:10 PM
Miller Park - Milwaukee, WI
August 25 Monday, 7:10 PM
Petco Park - San Diego, CA
August 26 Tuesday, 7:10 PM
Petco Park - San Diego, CA
August 27 Wednesday, 7:10 PM
Petco Park - San Diego, CA
August 29 Friday, 7:15 PM
AT&T Park - San Francisco, CA
August 30 Saturday, 6:05 PM
AT&T Park - San Francisco, CA
August 31 Sunday, 1:05 PM
AT&T Park - San Francisco, CA
September 1 Monday, 1:20 PM
Wrigley Field - Chicago, IL
September 2 Tuesday, 7:05 PM
Wrigley Field - Chicago, IL
September 3 Wednesday, 7:05 PM
Wrigley Field - Chicago, IL
September 4 Thursday, 7:10 PM
Miller Park - Milwaukee, WI
September 5 Friday, 7:10 PM
Miller Park - Milwaukee, WI
September 6 Saturday, 6:10 PM
Miller Park - Milwaukee, WI
September 7 Sunday, 1:10 PM
Miller Park - Milwaukee, WI
September 8 Monday, 7:10 PM
Miller Park - Milwaukee, WI
September 9 Tuesday, 7:10 PM
Miller Park - Milwaukee, WI
September 10 Wednesday, 7:10 PM
Miller Park - Milwaukee, WI
September 11 Thursday, 7:10 PM
Miller Park - Milwaukee, WI
September 12 Friday, 7:10 PM
Miller Park - Milwaukee, WI
September 13 Saturday, 6:10 PM
Miller Park - Milwaukee, WI
September 14 Sunday, 1:10 PM
Miller Park - Milwaukee, WI
September 16 Tuesday, 7:15 PM
Busch Stadium - St Louis, MO
September 17 Wednesday, 7:15 PM
Busch Stadium - St Louis, MO
September 18 Thursday, 7:15 PM
Busch Stadium - St Louis, MO
September 19 Friday, 7:05 PM
PNC Park - Pittsburgh, PA
September 20 Saturday, 7:05 PM
PNC Park - Pittsburgh, PA
September 21 Sunday, 1:35 PM
PNC Park - Pittsburgh, PA
September 23 Tuesday, 7:10 PM
Great American Ball Park - Cincinnati, OH
September 24 Wednesday, 7:10 PM
Great American Ball Park - Cincinnati, OH
September 25 Thursday, 12:35 PM
Great American Ball Park - Cincinnati, OH
September 26 Friday, 7:10 PM
Miller Park - Milwaukee, WI
September 27 Saturday, 6:10 PM
Miller Park - Milwaukee, WI
September 28 Sunday, 1:10 PM
Miller Park - Milwaukee, WI


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After much controversy about bringing a team to Milwaukee, the Seattle Pilots relocated to Wisconsin in 1969 and became known as the Milwaukee Brewers. In 1974, the Brewers executed a trade that brought all-time great Hank Aaron back to Milwaukee. It was not until 1978, however, that the Br... More

Milwaukee Brewers Information

After much controversy about bringing a team to Milwaukee, the Seattle Pilots relocated to Wisconsin in 1969 and became known as the Milwaukee Brewers. In 1974, the Brewers executed a trade that brought all-time great Hank Aaron back to Milwaukee. It was not until 1978, however, that the Brewers would have a winning season.

In the early 1980's, Milwaukee reached its high point. In 1981, the Brewers played in their first playoff series, only to lose to the Yankees. The team's outstanding offensive production in the 1982 season earned them the nickname of Harvey's Wallbangers; the team went on to win the American League pennant. During the 1980's, Rollie Fingers won the MVP award and Cy Young award (1981); additionally, Robin Yount won the MVP award in 1982 and 1989. Highlights of the 1987 season included Juan Nieves' no-hitter, the only one recorded in franchise history.

As baseball underwent expansion, the Brewers were transferred from the AL East to the AL Central in 1994. In 1998, the Brewers were once again transferred, this time to the National League, to facilitate interleague play. Miller Park was opened in 2001, set to replace Milwaukee County Stadium. In an attempt to restructure the team, the Brewers traded star outfielder Carlos Lee to Texas for Kevin Mench, Francisco Cordero, and Laynce Nix in 2006.

In 2008, the Brew Crew returned to the playoffs for the first time since 1982 after clinching the NL Wild Card with a 90-72 record. They were matched up against the Philadelphia Phillies and lost in a four game NLDS battle. 2009 featured a number of changes with thirteen players up for new contracts. CC Sabathia signed with the New York Yankees, Russell Branyan agreed to a deal with the Mariners, and Derrick Turnbow signed with the Texas Rangers. The shake up resulted in a mediocre 80-82 regular season campaign to place them behind the Cardinals and Cubs in the Division standings.

2010 was a rough year for the Brewers, finishing the season at 77-85 and third in the division. In the 2011 off-season, the Brewers acquired to strong starting pitchers, Shaun Marcum from the Blue Jays and Zack Greinke from the Royals. The moves catapulted the Brewers to an excellent season where they placed first with a 96-66 record. After beating the Diamondbacks in the NLDS, they lost to the World Series’ Champion St. Louis Cardinals in the NLCS.

2012 will mark the first year without star first baseman, Prince Fielder, but the Brewers are confident that their young team will remain competitive in the NL Central.