Miller Park, the home of the Milwaukee Brewers, offers fans a one-of-a-kind entertainment experience.
And it truly is state-of-the-art. The signature fan-shaped convertible roof, a huge color replay board, four choices of front-row seats on four different levels and one of the nation's best youth baseball facilities make the Miller Park site one of baseball's crown jewels. A fan upon encountering the brick facade and structural elegance can't help but feel the reincarnation of baseball's romantic past. Manual scoreboards, intimate proximity to the players, natural grass, and a unique configuration separates this ballpark from any in the world.
"This is an awesome building and a great place to play," Brewers legend Jim Gantner said. "It doesn't have that closed-in feeling, like most domes do. They brought the outside in, so it's awesome."
At A Glance
Name: Miller Park Opened: 2001 Type: Retractable Roof / Natural Grass Seating: 43,000 Avg. Ticket: $10
RH Batting Average: 105 LH Batting Average: 99 RH Home Run: 99 LH Home Run: 100 Doubles: 103 Triples: 97