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Milwaukee plays at least 82 thoughout the course of each Brewers Schedule at wonderful Miller Park. Built throughout the final five years of the 20th century and the first of the 21st, Miller Park opened to the public on April 6 of 2001. When it did, it became a true trendsetter in architecture and design. The retractable roof was one of the largest projects of its kind in the history of the world, and it was obvious that a few hitches would be involved. But all have since been ironed out, and they now utilize a half-open setting to mitigate shadows on the field.

The squad heads into the 2019 season after a decent 86-76 showing in 2017. It wasn’t good enough to make the playoffs, but it was good enough to demonstrate to fans that Brewers Tickets are very much worth purchasing, and that the squad is coming together with hopes of soon reaching the summit of professional baseball.

The team plays in the National League Central – a collection of talented squads. It also features Pittsburgh, the Chicago Cubs, St. Louis, and Cincinnati. All of those teams are used to experiencing success, and he Cubs and Cardinals have been especially formidable in recent years. This makes the March throughout a long and demanding 162-game season even more challenging, as there are no easy victories within the division.

The Brewers were major players in the off-season, and one huge addition involved bringing leftfielder Christian Yelich into the fold. He spent five strong years in Miami, where he showed noticeable improvement both in terms of both the eye test and statistically. If he can replicate his average of 170+ hits, 20 home runs and 90 RBIs that he had over the course of last two years, every cent that Milwaukee paid to acquire his services will have paid off.

Lorenzo Cain actually played his rookie year in Milwaukee back in 2010, before spending seven years in Kansas City. He was once again recruited to become a Brewer in the off-season, and the early returns for the 2019 campaign are good. If the team can continue to have quality pitching, they could make noise in a competitive division, and perhaps sneak into the playoffs. Now is the right time to secure Brewers tickets, all of which are priced to move.