There’s a youth movement underway for the Brewers and single game tickets have never been easier to get for a trip to Miller Park! With visits by the defending World Series champion Chicago Cubs and division rival St. Louis in April, the Brewers will be right in the thick of things from the start of the season.
Add visits from NL powers Washington and Los Angeles as well as reigning AL East champion Boston to highlight interleague play, there are plenty of reasons to come to Milwaukee and see the foundation of a contending team be built from the ground up. Check out the full season schedule below and get your Brewers tickets today!
Youth is the buzzword around Milwaukee as the Brewers are building for the future. Slugger Ryan Braun will be the linchpin of a lineup that features plenty of speed in Jonathan Villar, who led the majors with 62 stolen bases last year, and Hernan Perez, who swiped 34. Villar hit 19 homers and newcomer Travis Shaw will look to contribute after belting 16 for Boston last season.
Zach Davies will get the first crack at being the Brewers’ staff ace after an 11-win season, and big things are expected from Junior Guerra after he went 9-3 in his rookie campaign. With a stockpile of young arms, the Brewers may need a while before settling on a closer in the bullpen.