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Milwaukee Brewers Tickets – Change in the Wind
If things just aren’t going your way then change them. That seems to be a truism for the Milwaukee Brewers, who entered last season with high hopes, then watched that hope fade away as the team regressed to a 77-85 record, mostly on the grounds of poor pitching. In order to get back on track things had to change. So in the 2013 MLB season, Brewers ticket holders will be treated to a few new faces, some of whom could put the smile back in Milwaukee Brewers baseball. One thing is certain: This isn’t the same Brewers team that faded in the stretch last year. These Milwaukee Brewers are geared up for the long haul and have the MLB postseason in their sights.
The first order of business for the Milwaukee Brewers was to address their pitching problems. That was done early on as Milwaukee signed former Cy Young winner Zack Greinke away from Kansas City. Though some questioned the move because of Greinke’s so-so record and off the field problems, none question his potential. In any case he’s got the backing of GM Doug Melvin, who feels his coaching staff can keep Greinke on the level and performing well. In addition, the Brewers tapped the Toronto Blue Jays for Shaun Marcum, a young right-hander who is seen as a rising star on the mound.
Brewers ticket holders should also keep an eye on Prince Fielder, who is likely to become a free agent after 2011. Fielder has enough talent to peddle his wares elsewhere, so Brewers management is going all out in an effort to surround the star now, and cash in on his presence while the door is still open. For his part, Fielder will be trying to redeem himself after a sub-par 2011 season. So as things stack up, everything is lining up for the Milwaukee Brewers to put together a go for broke season and reward the loyal fans who’ve put Milwaukee among the top teams in the MLB in terms of attendance.
Picking Milwaukee Brewers Tickets
The Milwaukee Brewers will be trying to win the NL Central, meaning they’ll have to contend with the usual gang of teams trying to monopolize a topsy turvy division. Check out Brewers tickets when the St. Louis Cardinals come to Miller Park, as the Cards look like the team to beat in 2011. But wait, the Cincinnati Reds are out there, and this season even the Pittsburgh Pirates are supposed to be competitive. Bottom line is, any MLB game featuring NL Central opponents will be worth the price of a ticket. There will also be home stands with the Yankees and Red Sox for a taste of AL action. Be sure to check out Frontrow.com for all your Milwaukee Brewers tickets. We’ll have you in Miller Stadium, in great seats, as the Milwaukee Brewers take on the rest of the MLB.
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Second baseman Scooter Gennett has impressed at every level
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