Brewers pass 1 million ticket mark

Buoyed by a rebuilt starting rotation that did not cost the team any of its offensive stars, the Brewers on Wednesday announced they had already sold one million tickets for 2011, matching a club record for reaching that milestone. 
The team also reached the one million mark on Jan. 19, 2009, a franchise record set less than four months after the team’s first postseason appearance in a generation. 
“Bold moves by our owner and general manager have energized our fans, and ticket sales have spiked accordingly,” Brewers Executive Vice President of Business Operations Rick Schlesinger said in a statement. “We look forward to a year of great excitement at Miller Park.” 
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.. enlighten us . who does meaurse up to Waylon? it is a mechanized process, that is what Shooter is pointing out, there are about 5 companies that control the sound, control what gets played and self perpetuate themselves into false number one songs with the heard of willing sheep gobbling up their garbage.

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