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Single-game sales begin Feb. 26

The Brewers set Feb. 26 for their Arctic Tailgate, an annual event that marks the beginning of single-game ticket sales, and released a full 2011 promotional schedule on Wednesday. 


Single-game sales will begin Feb. 26 at 9 a.m. CT online at, via telephone or in person at Miller Park, where hundreds of fans have camped for the four previous Arctic Tailgates. It’s the only opportunity to purchase some of the very limited individual tickets to the April 4 home opener — telephone and internet orders will not be accepted for that game. 
The Brewers are asking fans to note new safety regulations for the tailgate: 
  • Participants will not be permitted to set camp prior to noon CT on Thursday, Feb. 24. 
  • No hand-made or hand-built shelters shall be permitted. No shelters made of cardboard or wood shall be permitted. Shelters with a footprint greater than 100 square feet are not permitted unless otherwise approved by the Brewers. 
  • Miller Park power sources are not available for public use and gas generators are not permitted on the property. Only State-Approved gas/propane heating/grilling units with fuel-valve turn-offs and self-contained charcoal/wood units are permitted; provided, however, that they must be a minimum distance of 25 feet from the building or shelters. Activity and items permitted on the premises are subject to the approval of the Brewers. 
  • The Brewers reserve the right to remove any shelter, items, or individuals from the property. 
This marks the fifth year that the Arctic Tailgate party will kick-start individual ticket sales. The Klement’s Famous Racing Sausages, Bernie Brewer and Brewers alumni will be on hand to greet the fans, the first 1,500 of whom will receive a hot dog and soda, plus an Arctic Tailgate t-shirt. 
If you don’t want to brave the cold, you have until Tuesday to register at for a lottery to purchase up to four tickets to Opening Day and up to eight tickets to each of the other 15 Marquee Games at Miller Park this season. 
Beginning Feb. 26, fans will also be able to purchase discounted parking passes in advance for all home dates at Miller Park including the home opener.  Parking prices remain unchanged from 2010. is open 24 hours a day for ticket sales, but fans can also purchase in-person at Miller Park or via telephone at (414) 902-4000. The box office will be open until 5 p.m. CT on Feb. 26.  Normal box office hours are 9 a.m.-7 p.m. on Monday-Friday beginning Monday, Feb. 28, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. on Saturday and 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday. 


The promotional schedule includes six Sunday, all-fan bobblehead giveaways: Closer John Axford on April 24 against the Astros (check it out at right), third baseman Casey McGehee on May 22 against the Rockies, Zack Greinke on June 12 against the Cardinals, the racing Hot Dog on July 10 against the Reds, infielder Craig Counsell on Aug. 14 against the Pirates and pitcher Randy Wolf on Sept. 25 against the Marlins. 
Other promotional highlights include: 
— The first homestand in May features the “5-County, 5-Day Celebration.” All residents of Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Racine, Washington and Waukesha Counties can purchase tickets at a 50 percent savings on all reserved seats excluding the Miller Lite Beerpen, all-inclusive areas, and the $1 Uecker Seats. 
— “Spring Madness, presented by PNC Bank” runs from May 27-29, with all seats regularly priced at $30 and less available at a savings of 50 percent (excluding the $1 Uecker Seats and all-inclusive Areas). For these three games, small Pepsi products and Klement’s hot dogs will be just $1 each. 
— In addition to the two annual tribute events — Cerveceros Day (June 11 vs. St. Louis) and the Negro Leagues Tribute Night (July 9 against Cincinnati) — the Brewers are adding another special theme night for 2011. On Sunday, Aug. 14, the Brewers will host a German Heritage Day, which will feature both the Brewers and Pirates wearing German-language jerseys (“Bierbrauer” vs. “Piraten”). 
— Little League Night is Monday, June 20, when the Brewers open an Interleague Series against the Tampa Bay Rays. All Little Leaguers in uniform who registered in advance through local youth leagues will have the opportunity to parade around the warning track in a pre-game ceremony. 
— On Saturday, July 30, the 13th Annual Brewers Community Foundation Famous Racing Sausages 5K Sausage Run/Walk will begin at 9 a.m. CT at the Klement’s Sausage Haus at Miller Park, with all proceeds supporting the youth recreation and education programs of Brewers Community Foundation. Participants will receive a t-shirt, a Klement’s hot dog, a bottle of Aquafina and a ticket voucher redeemable for one of 10 specified regular season games in 2011.
For the full list of promotional dates, visit the special section of
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Group sales begin Saturday


The Bewers will begin to sell group ticket packages for all dates except the home opener beginning this Saturday at 9 a.m. CT. Group orders of 25 or more tickets have prices starting as low as $8 per person.
Groups at Miller Park get to lock in their seating locations before individual tickets go on sale to the general public in late February — the exact date is still TBA) — while saving on service charges that often apply to individual ticket purchases.  Other benefits include recognition on the Miller Park scoreboard, block seating in a preferred location, the option to utilize the party areas for pre-game tailgate parties and two tickets to a future game for the group leader.  
New for 2011, the Brewers have expanded the savings opportunities for groups of 50 or more guests with the addition of two new pricing categories: Value Games and Super Bonus Games.  The 2011 schedule highlights 47 home dates which groups can book outings at significant savings.  For select games, these savings range up to 83 percent off the regular ticket prices.  In addition, ticket prices start as low as $5 per person for groups of 50 or more.  Plus, groups can catch some of the hottest games of the season against the rival Cubs, Cardinals and Twins at non-Marquee prices, exclusively for groups, with savings up to 40 percent off individual ticket prices for select games.
Returning for 2011 are the popular Miller Park all-inclusive areas including the AirTran Airways Landing Zone, located just beyond the right field fence; Gehl Club which offers an upscale entertainment experience; the Dew Deck in the Right Field corner; the Harley-Davidson Deck in left field, and the Toyota Territory. Prices for all-inclusive areas range from $42 – $105 per person.
Also available are the unique 1957 Braves, 1982 Brewers and 2008 Brewers Party Suites, which offer open-air seating, a private lounge that features a wet bar and in-house television monitors, as well as complete food and beverage service from DNC Sportservice.
Key large group days for 2011 are Weather Day (April 7 vs. Atlanta), Little League Night (June 20 vs. Tampa Bay), Stitch N’ Pitch Night (June 21 vs. Tampa Bay) Girl Scout Night (June 24 vs. Minnesota), Boy Scout Night (August 1 vs. St Louis), and American Legion Day (August 14 vs. Pittsburgh).
Reservations for all group areas at Miller Park will be accepted by calling the Brewers Group Sales Department at 414-902-GRPS (4777) or by visiting beginning at 9 a.m. CT on Saturday. 
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Opening Day ticket lottery starts Tuesday

News from the Brewers:

The Milwaukee Brewers today announced specifics of a lottery that will allow fans the opportunity to purchase tickets to Opening Day at Miller Park and other Marquee games prior to the sale of individual tickets.
Beginning tomorrow, January 25 at 10 a.m. and continuing through Tuesday, February 15, fans can go to and register for the opportunity to purchase up to four tickets to Opening Day on Monday, April 4 against the Atlanta Braves. In addition, fans can register for a maximum of eight tickets to each of the other 15 Marquee games at Miller Park. Following registration, a pool of randomly selected winners will be chosen and provided access to an online pre-sale opportunity, based on available inventory. Winners will be notified no later than Monday, February 21.
The ticket opportunity will include single seats and obstructed view seating. There is no charge to register for this opportunity. This will be the only opportunity for fans to purchase single game tickets for Opening Day, other than a very small number set aside for fans lining up at the Box Office on the first day of individual game sales at Miller Park.  
Single game ticket sales will begin in late February (exact date TBD). Meanwhile, there are still options available for fans to guarantee their place at Miller Park for Opening Day and Marquee Games all season long with plans starting as low as the 9-Pack. Each 9-Pack includes nine Brewers home games, plus a bonus of Opening Day – the most anticipated game of the season – absolutely FREE.
This year’s Marquee Game schedule includes Opening Day – April 4 vs. the Braves, April 8-10 vs. the Cubs, June 10-12 vs. the Cardinals, June 24-26 vs. the Twins, July 26-28 vs. the Cubs and August 26-28 vs. the Cubs.   
Fans interested in purchasing 9-Packs are encouraged to call 414-902-HITS (4487) or visit for more information.  
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Bratwurst for life

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The first winner in the Brewers “Fan-Tastic Forty” promotion was Gordon Liebl of A.L. Schutzman Company in Waukesha, who won Klement’s Sausage for a year. He received his first shipment on Wednesday from a five-man delivery team.
Liebl was entered in the contest by renewing his four full season tickets, an account that A.L. Schutzman Company has held since 1981. His son, Griffin accepted along with fellow A.L. Schutzman employee Linda Schenkelberg. That’s them with the racing sausages.   
The prizes will keep on coming over the next month-plus. For more information about what’s available, check out the ticketing section of
I’d pick No. 8, 13 and, of course, 40. Definitely NOT No. 35. 
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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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9-Packs on sale Friday

More ticketing news from the Brewers:

With the beginning of the 2011 baseball season quickly approaching, baseball is in the air at Miller Park as the ever-popular Brewers 9-Packs go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. CT. Each 9-Pack includes nine Brewers home games and Opening Day – the most anticipated game of the season – absolutely FREE.
The Brewers will offer five exciting plans this season, all featuring nine great games, plus Opening Day (Monday, April 4 vs. the Atlanta Braves) or any other game of the fan’s choice for FREE (while supplies last). There are two or three Marquee Games in each 2011 9-Pack, in addition to Opening Day.
The Hot Summer Nights Plan, Premier Plan and Rivals Plus Plan all feature three Marquee games, including a pair of games against the division rival Chicago Cubs. Additionally, the Premier Plan includes an all-fan giveaway date on June 12 and an Interleague game against Tampa Bay on June 20. The Hot Summer Nights Plan also includes an Interleague game against the Rays on June 21. Meanwhile, the Weekend Plan includes a Marquee game against the Cubs on April 10 and a border battle against the Twins on June 26 in addition to seven other Saturday and Sunday home games. The Friday Plan features nine Friday night games, including three Marquee matchups against the Cubs (April 8), Cardinals (June 10) and Twins (June 24).
Packages start at $135 per seat in the Terrace Reserved ($15 per game) and can also be purchased in the Terrace Box for $189 ($21 per game), the Loge Outfield Box for $270 ($30 per game), the Club Outfield for $324 ($36 per game, no wait service), the Loge Infield Box for $342 ($38 per game), the Field Outfield Box for $360 ($40 per game) and the Loge Diamond Box for $414 ($46 per game).
The Brewers 9-Packs offer several benefits, including savings on parking, regular pricing for Marquee-priced games and a guaranteed seat location for the 9-games of your plan (exact seating is not guaranteed for Opening Day). An additional benefit is the “4-Pack Add-On,” which offers fans the option to purchase vouchers for four additional games* of their choice at a special price below the retail cost. *Please note – 4-Pack Add-On vouchers may be redeemed for 71 regular season games (excluding Opening Day and games against the Cubs). Seat location is always subject to availability.
Fans interested in purchasing 9-Packs are encouraged to visit for more information. 
Also, fans can take advantage of exclusive benefits on 20-Game Plans, which offer more seating options, additional per-ticket savings and the opportunity to purchase tickets for all Postseason games played at Miller Park. Plus, with the purchase of a 20-Game Plan, fans will be eligible for the Brewers “Fan-Tastic Forty” promotion, which was announced on Wednesday – 40 fantastic prizes given away over 40 days! From a trip down Bernie’s slide to seats in the Owner’s Box, visit for details on how a Brewers Season Ticket package will put you in scoring position for these once-in-a-lifetime experiences.
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Season ticket promotion

The Brewers are sweetening the deal for fans who purchase or renew season ticket packages of 20 games or more for 2011.
Here’s how it works: Each day from Jan. 17-Feb. 25, one seatholder will be selected to win a prize that ranges from a chance to join the grounds crew to lessons with Brewers hitting coach Dale Sveum to a $1,000 shopping spree in the team store at Miller Park. One season seatholder will even sign a one-day contract with the Brewers, complete with a full uniform and one day’s Major League salary. 
Fans must purchase or renew a 20-game package or above to qualify for the drawing. Purchases made prior to Wednesday will already have an entry in the contest. Purchases made within the 40 days will be eligible for the next day’s drawing and remainder of the prizes. The last day to purchase to be eligible for prizes is Friday, Feb. 18. 
“This has been an exciting off-season for Brewers fans, and this program is designed to reward our Season Seat Holders for their exceptional support,” Brewers Executive Vice President of Business Operations Rick Schlesinger said in announcing the promotion. “Our goal was to come up with a promotion offering prizes and experiences that are priceless, and every day will offer a new opportunity to win something unique to Brewers Baseball.” 
For full details and rules, visit
A complete list of prizes along with the date they will be selected: 
January 17: Klement’s Sausage for a Year. The Klement’s Famous Racing Sausages will deliver Klement’s Sausage to your home. Winner receives a year’s supply of Klement’s Sausage products. 
January 18: Your Very Own Ticket. For one game during the 2011 season, your photo will be printed on every season ticket. 
January 19: Game with Gorman. You and nine guests will sit in a Club Suite for a game, complete with food and beverage. Enjoy a visit from Brewers alum Gorman Thomas. 
January 20: Keeper of the Grounds. Be a groundskeeper at Miller Park for a game. 
January 21: Friendly Game of Catch. Catch 10 pitches from one of the Brewers bullpen pitchers and take home a ball signed by that player. 
January 22: Gehl Club 4-Pack. Win four stadium seats in a Gehl Club 4-Pack, valued at $1,520. 
January 23: Autographed Bat & Jersey. Win an autographed bat and jersey from a current Brewers player. 
January 24: Bernie’s Slide. Get the chance to go down Bernie’s Slide, just like Bernie does. 
January 25: Eat, Drink and Repeat. Receive $500 in food and beverage concession vouchers, courtesy of DNC Sportservice. 
January 26: You in the Owner’s Suite. Watch a game from the Owner’s Suite with Brewers executives and 10 guests. 
January 27: View from the Bullpen. You and five friends will sit in the bullpen as the Brewers take batting practice prior to a game. 
January 28: All-Star Game Jersey Presentation. Co-present the All-Star Game jersey to a Brewers 2011 All Star on the field. Take home an authentic All-Star jersey signed by that player. 
January 29: Party in the Clubhouse. Host a party for you and 19 guests during the offseason in the Brewers Visitors Clubhouse, catered by DNC Sportservice. 
January 30: Announce the Starting Lineup. Announce the starting lineup for the Brewers over the Miller Park PA system. 
January 31: Surprise Your Sweetie. Bernie and/or the Klement’s Famous Racing Sausages will deliver roses to your sweetie on Valentine’s Day. 
February 1: Tour the Roof. Take a tour of the Miller Park roof. Plus, you’ll have a chance to operate it! 
February 2: The Owner’s Seats. You and three friends will sit in Owner’s seats, located next to the home dugout, for a game. Enjoy a visit from Brewers executives. 
February 3: Hitting Lesson with Dale. Win a private lesson from Brewers Hitting Coach Dale Sveum while you and a guest take batting practice before a game at Miller Park. Take home a Brewers batting helmet signed by Sveum. 
February 4: Be at the Draft. Travel to the site of the 2011 MLB Amateur Draft as a member of the Brewers contingent. Airfare and hotel accommodations provided.  
February 5: Club Suite for Twenty. Win a Club Suite for 20 people, including ballpark fare for your guests, courtesy of DNC Sportservice. 
February 6: Palermo’s Pizza for a Year. Win a one-year supply of Palermo’s Pizza. 
February 7: Run the Klement’s Famous Sausage Race. Choose which Klement’s Famous Racing Sausage you want to be as you race for a victory during the 6th inning of a game with two of your friends holding the finish line.  
February 8: Private Shopping Spree. Win $1,000 to spend in the Brewers Team Store by Majestic during a private shopping session. 
February 9: Party with Doug. You and nine guests will sit in a Club Suite for a game complete with food and beverage. Enjoy a visit from Brewers General Manager Doug Melvin. 
February 10: Autographed Baseballs. Take home a set of baseballs autographed by each member of the 2011 Brewers starting rotation. 
February 11: Gaming on the Scoreboard. Play video games on the new Brewers scoreboard from the Scoreboard Control Room with three of your friends. 
February 12: Tailgate for Twenty. Enjoy a tailgate for 20 prior to a 2011 Brewers home game, catered by DNC Sportservice. Includes 20 game tickets. 
February 13: Do the Dew Deck. Enjoy a game in the Dew Deck with 19 of your closest friends. Complete with food and beverage, courtesy of DNC Sportservice. 
February 14: Manage the Mini Sausage Race. Win all five spots as Mini-Racing Sausages in the Sunday relay race during the 6th inning of a game, as well as 10 Field Level tickets to that game. 
February 15: Wrigley Field Rooftop. You and three guests will enjoy a Brewers-Cubs game from a Wrigley Field Rooftop, complete with food and beverage. 
February 16: Owner’s Box Seats at Wrigley. Sit in the Visiting Owner’s Box at Wrigley Field. Includes transportation and tickets for two on the Amtrak Hiawatha Service. 
February 17: You in the TV Booth. Visit the truck, television booth and sit in on the post-game show. Meet and take a photo with FSWisconsin broadcasters. 
February 18: Team Photo. You will be included in a photo with the entire 2011 Brewers roster and coaching staff. 
February 19: VIP Luncheon. You and a guest will sit at the head table during the 2011 Season Seat Holder Luncheon in the NYCE Stadium Club with two Brewers players and/or coaches and Brewers executives. Take home an autographed baseball from each player and/or coach. 
February 20: Press Pass. Enjoy a pre-game dinner and take in three innings from the Brewers Press Box. Watch the remainder of the game from Field Diamond Box seats. 
February 21: You in Control. Watch the game from the Scoreboard Control Room and see firsthand how the brand new scoreboard works. 
February 22: Signed Opening Day Baseballs. Take home a set of nine baseballs each autographed by a member of the Brewers starting lineup on Opening Day.  
February 23: Room with a View. You and seven guests will enjoy a private party in the Brewers Club Level Board Room during part of a game. Watch the remainder of the game from Field Diamond Box seats. 
February 24: Softball at Helfaer Field. Play a softball game at Helfaer Field, complete with complimentary food and beverage from DNC Sportservice for 20 people. 
February 25: Welcome to the Big Leagues. Sign a one-day Major League contract, complete with full uniform plus one day’s pay at the MLB minimum salary. 
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St. Patty's Day ticket deal


Here’s a message from the Brewers about a great ticket special:
St. Patrick’s Day is your lucky day! 
Starting Wednesday at 7 a.m. CT, you can purchase Field, Loge and Club Outfield tickets to the April 6 and 7 games vs. the Colorado Rockies for just $3.17, courtesy of Associated Bank.
If you were already planning to wear your green for St. Patrick’s Day, now you can save some green, too! Click here and enter the code “CHARMS” in the password box to get yours because deals like this are as rare as a four-leaf clover and quantities are limited.
We also have good news for Brewers fans going to Spring Training! As part of our St. Patrick’s Day promotion, on Wednesday you can also purchase $3.17  Infield and Outfield Reserve or Lawn tickets for the Spring Training games at Maryvale Baseball Park on Monday, March 22 (Brewers vs. Dodgers) and Wednesday, March 31 (Brewers vs. Cubs). To take advantage of this offer, click here on St. Patrick’s Day (no password required).
Limit of 4 tickets per purchase. 
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Photos of new "Milwaukee" jersey


Reliever Mitch Stetter (left) and first base coach Ed Sedar today helped the Brewers unveil alternate road jersey tops featuring the word “Milwaukee” across the front that the team will begin wearing “occasionally” during the 2010 season. The club will also continue to use its primary grey road jerseys, which say, “Brewers.”
That fact that “Milwaukee” was missing has long been a point of contention for some fans, who have been vocal about their desire to see the Brewers trumpet the city they call home. Club officials have explained in the past that “Brewers” was chosen to represent the team’s statewide fan base. 
The new uniform top will be available exclusively at the team stores at Miller Park and at Maryvale Baseball Park beginning Friday Throughout the month of February, shoppers will receive two free Brewers tickets to an upcoming game with the purchase of the new jersey.  
If the jersey is purchased at the Brewers Team Store by Majestic at Miller Park, the tickets will be for one of three select games in April.  If the jersey is purchased at the FanZone at Maryvale, the two tickets will be for a 2010 Spring Training game at Maryvale Baseball Park.  
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Online-only 4-Packs on sale Thursday

Beginning Thursday on and continuing through Feb. 25, the Brewers will sell their popular “4-Packs” of season tickets, including a new package aimed at families. 
There are six different plans available, all of which include an all-fan giveaway date and give fans the opportunity to guarantee seat locations before the team starts selling individual tickets on Feb. 27. The 4-Packs are available online only, beginning at 10 a.m. CT on Thursday. 
The family plan is a new addition, and it’s the only 4-Pack that includes a coupon for one free soda and one free hot dog for each game. Other plans feature different geography — as in the West Coast Plan, East Coast Plus Plan and Central Plus Plan — or timing — as in the Weekend Plus Plan and the Matinee Plan.  
The 4-Packs range in price from $60-$160 and are available in the Field Outfield Box, Loge Infield Box, Club Outfield Box, Terrace Box, Loge Bleachers and Terrace Reserved seat locations.  All tickets are subject to availability, while supplies last.  Pricing is as follows and includes one ticket to four games:
Field Outfield Box $160
Loge Infield Box $152
Club Outfield Box $144
Terrace Box $84
Loge Bleachers $80
Terrace Reserved $60
NEW Family 4-Pack:
Sunday,* May 16 at 7:05 – Philadelphia
Monday, June 28 at 7:10 – Houston
Friday, August 27 at 7:10 – Pittsburgh
Monday, September 6 at 1:10 – St. Louis 
East Coast Plus Plan:
Saturday, May 29 at 6:10 – New York-NL 
Sunday,* July 25 at 1:10 – Washington 
Wednesday, August 11 at 7:10 – Arizona 
Thursday, September 23 at 7:10 – Florida
Central Plus Plan:         
Saturday, May 15 at 3:10 – Philadelphia  
Friday, June 11 at 7:10 – Texas  
Sunday,* August 8 at 1:10 – Houston  
Monday, September 20 at 7:10 – Cincinnati
West Coast Plan:           
Tuesday, April 6 at 7:10 – Colorado  
Sunday,* June 27 at 1:10 – Seattle  
Monday, July 5 at 3:10 – San Francisco    
Sunday, August 22 at 1:10 – San Diego
Weekend Plus Plan:
Wednesday, May 26 at 7:10 – Houston
Saturday, June 26 at 3:10 – Seattle
Sunday,* August 29 at 1:10 – Pittsburgh
Saturday, September 25 at 6:10 – Florida

Matinee Plan:
Sunday,* April 11 at 7:05 – St. Louis
Thursday, May 27 at 12:10 – Houston
Thursday, June 24 at 1:10 – Minnesota
Thursday, August 26 at 1:10 – Los Angeles

*All Fan Giveaway
All-Fan Bobblehead Giveaways:
April 11 – Bernie Brewer
May 16 – Hank Aaron
June 27 – Cecil Cooper
July 25 – Robin Yount 
August 8 – Klement’s Italian Racing Sausage Bobble
August 29 – CC Sabathia
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