Major League Baseball Tour
ABOUT THE GAME
3 hours 19 minutes
Miller Park, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
78 degrees, cloudy
Did you know?
As we travel from one Major League Baseball stadium to the next, we are really enjoying how each stadium is completely different and has its own character, history, and architecture. Here are a few of the unusual facts about Miller Park that we found especially interesting.
Facts Unique to
Bob Uecker “Last Row” Statue
Our Reflections on the Game
Advice and reflections from the Glanville Team
Thoughts from James
The slide in outfield is cool. Miller Park reminds me a little bit of Seattle Safeco, with the architecture and the retractable roof. We sat behind the visitors dugout which I highly recommend because you can see the players close up and they hand you game balls! I got 3!!!James
Of all 30 baseball parks this was the only one where we found a dedicated kid’s food court. They sold all kinds of kid-friendly foods and snacks in appropriately sized amounts. Organic chicken strips with carrots and celery, apple slices with string cheese, and pretzel bagels with cream cheese, tortilla turkey roll ups, and organic milk boxes! Wisconsin is good for their milk and cheese – it’s true! Also organic apple juice boxes! A wonderful break from lemonade, sodas, ICEES, and milk shakes all loaded with sugar! Sitting behind the dugout allowed us a close up view of the field, players and the action of the game! Miller Park fans were friendly! Good ole Wisconsin. We had a positive experience! And if the truth be told we went twice. June 29th AND June 30th, Brewers were playing the Dodgers and it was a beautiful sunny day and we were in town and we hadn’t had enough baseball games so we went twice! But don’t tell anyone……ha ha ha!Christie
Some snapshots from the game.
Thank you for following along! Stay tuned, next we are heading to Toronto, Ontario, CANADA to Rogers Centre, on July 2nd, 2016. See you after!