Milwaukee Brewers

Originating as the Seattle Pilots in 1969, they became the Milwaukee Brewers the following year and moved from Seattle, WA to Milwaukee, where they now play in Miller Park. Learn more about the "Brew Crew," as they are called by their fans and sports writers, by asking and answering questions about the team, players, roster, schedule, and more here.

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Who is the PA aanouncer for the Milwaukee Brewers?

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Miller Park's PA announcer is Rob Anderson

How long does it take for the roof of the new Dallas Cowboys stadium to open?

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The retractable roof is usually closed when the Dallas Cowboys play home games at their new stadium. Stephen Jones, the Cowboys' executive vice president, said in 2013 that sunlight can sometimes be a problem.

"One thing we've learned over the years...if you're sitting directly in the sun, it can get awfully warm for about half the stadium for our fans," Jones told KRLD-FM (105.3 The Fan) during a radio interview. "We've had complaints like that. Obviously our goal is to make it a great experience for everybody that goes out there.

"And for all the fans, no matter what side of the stadium you're on, when that roof's open and that sun's coming down, even though it might be 75-76 degrees and it seems nice, when you're in the direct sun, when you're in the hotter time of year … then it can make for an uncomfortable experience."

The last time the roof was opened was on December 19, 2015, when the Cowboys hosted the New York Jets.

What was the last Milwaukee Brewer to win the Gold Glove Award?

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Through the 2008 season, that was shortstop Robin Yount in 1982.

Did cc sabathia go to college?

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Sabathia signed a letter of intent to attend the University of Hawaii, but never attended college.

How many times total have the brewers lost to the cardinals?

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146,787,896,542,443,436,645,215,864,575,326,897.05 times the cards stink

What is the Brewers record for the most career Extra Base Hits?

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Here's the all-time list as of the start of the 2008 season:




1 Robin Yount 960

2 Paul Molitor 651

3 Cecil Cooper 579

4 Geoff Jenkins 521

5 Gorman Thomas 392

6 Ben Oglivie 391

7 Don Money 369

8 Jim Gantner 347

9 Jeromy Burnitz 345

10 Greg Vaughn 340

11 Jeff Cirillo 303

12 B.J. Surhoff 275

13 Dave Nilsson 272

14 George Scott 271

T15 Charlie Moore 254

T15 Sixto Lezcano 254

17 Richie Sexson 243

T18 Bill Hall 240

T18 Jose Valentin 240

20 Rob Deer 234

21 John Jaha 209

22 Ted Simmons 208

23 Mark Loretta 177

24 John Briggs 173

25 Dave May 170

26 Kevin Seitzer 166

27 Prince Fielder 157

28 Ron Belliard 148

29 Sal Bando 140

30 Darryl Hamilton 138

31 Jose Hernandez 137

32 Dale Sveum 136

33 Tommy Harper 134

34 Fernando Vina 132

35 Greg Brock 131

36 Darrell Porter 129

T37 Glenn Braggs 124

T37 Lyle Overbay 124

39 Marquis Grissom 121

T40 Carlos Lee 119

T40 Brady Clark 119

42 Matt Mieske 117

43 Pedro Garcia 115

44 Mike Hegan 111

45 J.J. Hardy 99

46 Rickie Weeks 98

47 Bill Schroeder 96

48 Corey Hart 95

49 Scott Podsednik 92

50 Bill Spiers 90

51 Gary Sheffield 85

T52 Keith Ginter 84

T52 Larry Hisle 84

54 Ernest Riles 83

55 Damian Miller 82

56 Rick Manning 81

57 Wes Helms 80

58 Mike Matheny 79

59 Pat Listach 77

T60 Tyler Houston 76

T60 Dick Davis 76

62 Mark Brouhard 72

63 Dante Bichette 70

T64 Bob Coluccio 69

T64 Eric Young 69

T66 Ryan Braun 66

T66 Roy Howell 66

68 Von Joshua 64

69 Jeffrey Hammonds 61

T70 Henry Blanco 58

T70 Ed Romero 58

T72 Bobby Mitchell 54

T72 Dave Parker 54

74 Mike Felder 52

75 Franklin Stubbs 50

76 Danny Walton 49

T77 Gerald Williams 48

T77 Hank Aaron 48

T79 Jim Wohlford 46

T79 Russ Branyan 46

T81 Raul Casanova 45

T81 Gabe Gross 45

T81 Jerry McNertney 45

84 Craig Counsell 43

T85 Alex Ochoa 42

T85 Joey Meyer 42

T87 Marc Newfield 41

T87 Chad Moeller 41

T87 Devon White 41

90 John Vander Wal 40

T91 Ellie Rodriguez 39

T91 Tony Graffanino 39

T91 Don Mincher 39

T91 Kevin Mench 39

T91 Turner Ward 39

T96 Roberto Pena 38

T96 Joe Lahoud 38

98 Charlie O'Brien 37

T99 Kevin Reimer 36

T99 Alex Sanchez 36

T99 Buck Martinez 36

T99 Tommy Davis 36

T99 Randy Ready 36

T104 Corey Koskie 35

T104 Tim Johnson 35

T104 Luis Lopez 35

T104 Johnny Estrada 35

T104 Bill Sharp 35

T109 Junior Spivey 34

T109 Wayne Comer 34

T111 Rick Auerbach 33

T111 Ted Kubiak 33

113 Joe Oliver 32

T114 Matt Stairs 31

T114 Paul Householder 31

116 Jim Sundberg 30

T117 Eddie Perez 29

T117 Ollie Brown 29

T117 Steve Hovley 29

120 Royce Clayton 28

T121 Ted Savage 27

T121 Ron Theobald 27

T121 Darrin Jackson 27

T121 Jeffrey Leonard 27

T125 Charlie Hayes 26

T125 Dion James 26

T127 Phil Roof 25

T127 Ned Yost 25

T129 Lou Collier 24

T129 Steve Brye 24

T129 Jody Reed 24

T129 Scott Fletcher 24

T133 Greg Goossen 23

T133 David Hulse 23

T133 Bobby Hughes 23

136 Ben Grieve 22

T137 Brian Banks 21

T137 Mike Ferraro 21

T137 Bobby Darwin 21

T140 Bob Heise 20

T140 Chris Magruder 20

T140 James Mouton 20

T143 Ryan Thompson 19

T143 Jack Voigt 19

T143 Brian Harper 19

T143 Juan Castillo 19

T143 Angel Echevarria 19

T143 Billy Joe Robidoux 19

T149 Jamie Quirk 18

T149 Rick Cerone 18

T149 Jesse Levis 18

T149 Andy Kosco 18

T149 Tom Brunansky 18

T154 Gary Bennett 17

T154 Willie Randolph 17

T154 Danny Thomas 17

T154 Sean Berry 17

T154 Mike Rivera 17

T159 Kurt Bevacqua 16

T159 David Bell 16

T161 Russ Snyder 15

T161 Bill Voss 15

T161 Billy Conigliaro 15

T161 Alex Diaz 15

T165 Terry Francona 14

T165 Keith Osik 14

T165 Bobby Clark 14

T165 Mark Sweeney 14

T169 Ken McMullen 13

T169 Paul Bako 13

T169 Bob Hamelin 13

T169 Juan Bell 13

T169 Gus Gil 13

T169 Jose Cardenal 13

T169 Bob Sheldon 13

T169 Kevin Barker 13

T169 Lenny Harris 13

T169 Robert Machado 13

T169 Bob Burda 13

T180 John Donaldson 12

T180 John Kennedy 12

T180 Dickie Thon 12

T180 Ray Oyler 12

T180 Tom Lampkin 12

T180 Ken Berry 12

T180 Lyle Mouton 12

T180 Rich Becker 12

T180 Brooks Kieschnick 12

T180 Rich Rollins 12

T190 Doug Loman 11

T190 Marshall Edwards 11

T190 Steve Kiefer 11

T190 Willie Lozado 11

T190 Candy Maldonado 11

T190 Chuck Carr 11

T196 Lenn Sakata 10

T196 Jim Pagliaroni 10

T196 Bernie Carbo 10

T196 Joe Dillon 10

T200 Ron Clark 9

T200 Steve Whitaker 9

T200 Jim Adduci 9

T200 Todd Dunn 9

T200 Deron Johnson 9

T200 Rick Dempsey 9

T200 John Vukovich 9

T207 Kevin L. Brown 8

T207 Trent Durrington 8

T207 Tony Gwynn 8

T207 Bob Hansen 8

T207 Mike Coolbaugh 8

T207 Tommie Reynolds 8

T207 George Canale 8

T214 Julio Franco 7

T214 Mark Smith 7

T214 Bernie Smith 7

T214 Gus Polidor 7

T214 Chris Capuano 7

T214 Troy O'Leary 7

T214 Jim Paciorek 7

T214 Dave Valle 7

T214 Larry Haney 7

T223 Jimmy Haynes 6

T223 Tim McIntosh 6

T223 Mike Hershberger 6

T223 Vic Harris 6

T223 Jorge Fabregas 6

T228 John Felske 5

T228 David Bush 5

T228 Ryan Christenson 5

T228 Wes Obermueller 5

T228 Derrick May 5

T228 Dave Engle 5

T228 Rick Wrona 5

T228 Jamey Wright 5

T228 Yovani Gallardo 5

T228 Joe Kmak 5

T228 Bill Parsons 5

T228 Max Alvis 5

T228 Paul Ratliff 5

T228 Scott Karl 5

T228 Kevin Koslofski 5

T243 Skip Lockwood 4

T243 Kelly Stinnett 4

T243 Jimmy Wynn 4

T243 Jason Conti 4

T243 Rob Picciolo 4

T243 Dick Simpson 4

T243 Bill Doran 4

T243 Rob Ellis 4

T243 Ed Kirkpatrick 4

T243 Jim Gosger 4

T243 Edgar Diaz 4

T243 Doug Davis 4

T243 Hank Allen 4

T243 Ray Fosse 4

T243 John Poff 4

T258 Steve Woodard 3

T258 Carlos Ponce 3

T258 Hideo Nomo 3

T258 Syd O'Brien 3

T258 Marty Pattin 3

T258 Jeff Liefer 3

T258 Israel Alcantara 3

T258 Jack Heidemann 3

T258 Tim Unroe 3

T258 Jeff D'Amico 3

T258 Eddy Diaz 3

T258 Al Yates 3

T258 Jim Rushford 3

T258 Eric Owens 3

T258 Jeff Huson 3

T258 Gary Sutherland 3

T258 Fred Stanley 3

T258 Antone Williamson 3

T258 Gene Brabender 3

T258 Tito Francona 3

T258 Frank Tepedino 3

T279 Manny Parra 2

T279 Thad Bosley 2

T279 Santiago Perez 2

T279 Chris Jones 2

T279 Floyd Wicker 2

T279 Brock Davis 2

T279 Freddie Velazquez 2

T279 Brian Giles 2

T279 Elvis Pena 2

T279 Robinson Cancel 2

T279 Vinny Rottino 2

T279 Cal Eldred 2

T279 Fred Talbot 2

T279 Gary Bell 2

T279 Bob Skube 2

T279 Brad Woodall 2

T279 Tony Muser 2

T279 Jose Vidal 2

T279 Laynce Nix 2

T279 Steve Bowling 2

T279 Merritt Ranew 2

T279 Dick Schofield 2

T279 Jack Lind 2

T279 Tommy Matchick 2

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T303 Jim Colborn 1

T303 Andy Etchebarren 1

T303 John O'Donoghue 1

T303 Art Kusnyer 1

T303 George Lauzerique 1

T303 John Morris 1

T303 Nick Neugebauer 1

T303 Charlie Greene 1

T303 Dave Krynzel 1

T303 Jimmy Rosario 1

T303 Kyle Peterson 1

T303 Steve Barber 1

T303 Andy Allanson 1

T303 Ben Sheets 1

T303 Enrique Cruz 1

T303 Bronswell Patrick 1

T303 Lew Krausse 1

T303 Jeff Juden 1

T303 Victor Santos 1

T303 Glendon Rusch 1

T303 Billy Bates 1

T303 Ken Brett 1

T303 Curt Motton 1

T303 Matt Kinney 1

T303 Paul Rigdon 1

T303 Ed Rodriguez 1

T303 John Snyder 1

T303 Tony Fernandez 1

T303 Sandy Valdespino 1

T303 Matt Ford 1

T303 Pete Koegel 1

T303 Mike Marshall 1

T303 Pete Zoccolillo 1

T303 Tomo Ohka 1

T303 Wayne Franklin 1

T303 Nelson Cruz 1

T303 Tommy Bianco 1

T303 Claudio Vargas 1

T303 William Suero 1

T303 George Brunet 1

T303 Bobby Bolin 1

T303 Marcus Jensen 1

What Milwaukee Brewer pitchers pitched 1-hit games?

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Juan Nieves.

Nieves no hit the Baltimore Orioles, winning 7-0, on April 15, 1987.

How many pitchers have thrown no hitters for the Milwaukee Brewers?

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4 Pitchers have thrown 'no hitters' for the Minnesota Twins, since the franchise came to Minnesota in 1961. They are; Eric Milton, on 9/11/99 against Anaheim Scott Erickson, on 4/24/94 against Milwaukee Dean Chance, on 8/25/67 at Cleveland Jack Kralick, on 8/26/62 against Kansas City

How many Brewers wore the number 13?

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Currently it's Carlos Villanueva

Why did the Milwaukee Brewers move to the National League?

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The Brewers joined the National League in 1998 when the Tampa Bay Rays and Arizona Diamondbacks entered MLB as expansion teams. Adding a new team to each league meant each league would have an uneven number (15) of teams. To keep an even number of teams in each league, the Brewers switched from the American League to the National League.

Yes it was because of those reasons but to add the Royals were given the option first but turned it down and this was very strange because obviously the team who had move would benefit financially greatly from this move.But it was said that the Royals thought they would have a better shot at winning in the American league central rather than in the National league central

What is Alfredo Figaro's number on the Milwaukee Brewers?

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Alfredo Figaro is number 45 on the Milwaukee Brewers.

Did the Milwaukee Brewers win any Wold Series?

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The Milwaukee Braves defeated the New York Yankees four games to three in the 1957 World Series. In the 1958 rematch, The Braves led the Yankees three games to one, but the New Yorkers rebounded to win the Series in seven.

Who has the longest hitting streak in Milwaukee Brewers history?

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Garret Anderson had a 28 game hit streak from 06-28-1998 to 07-31-1998

How many games did the Milwaukee Brewers win in August of 2009?

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The Milwaukee Brewers won 13 out of 27 games played in August of 2009.

Who is president of Milwaukee Brewers?

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Through the 2008 season, the manager with the most wins for the Brewers is Phil Garner who had a 563-617 record in 8 seasons. The best winning percentage of a Brewers manager is .576 by Harvey Kuenn whose record was 160-118.

What was the score in the Brewers vs Cubs game that sent the Brewers to the playoffs in 2008?

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Brewers lost 3-1 vs. eventual World Series Champions Phillies

What year did the Milwaukee Brewers go to the World Series?

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In 1888 when the National League was first formed, Boston was one of the original teams. In 1901, the revamped NL retained Boston as one of it's eight teams. The team was variously called the Braves and the Bees. The Braves have been a continuous member of the National League since them through moves first to Milwaukee and then to Atlanta where they are now.

In which season did the Milwaukee Brewers win the most regular season games?

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Through the 2008 season, that was the 1979 and 1982 seasons when the Brewers won 95 games.

How many World Series titles has Milwaukee had?

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The Brewers have only appeared in one World Series and that was when they were an American League team. The 1982 St. Louis Cardinals defeated Milwaukee in seven games.

Prior to the Brewers playing there, Milwaukee was home to the Braves, who won the World Series in 1957.