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Milwaukee Brewers Details
Milwaukee Brewers Postseason History
The Milwaukee Brewers are one of the proud and stories franchises in Major League Baseball. The team has taken that mindset straight to some great heights in the Major League Baseball postseason, as the Brew Crew has been a contender on multiple occasions to be a championship team.
In the early 1980s, the Brewers made the playoffs in back-to-back years, with the team reaching the World Series in 1982. Once there, the Brewers played an incredible seven-game series with the St. Louis Cardinals, with the Brewers playing in the American League at the time. This would represent the team’s last postseason appearance as a member of the American League, as they took part in the National League Division Series during their next trip to the playoffs in 2008.
Those Brewers teams were anchored in the batting order by Paul Molitor and Robin Yount. Both were 3,000 hit men in their Major League careers, with the two of them being on the same team being enough to give pitchers fits. In this World Series, the Brewers did indeed give Cardinals pitching fits, as they scored six runs or more in all three of their wins in the series. Their offensive performances were highlighted by a 10 run outburst in the opening game of the series, which was a 10-0 win for the Brewers, in a game that also featured a complete game shutout by Mike Caldwell.
The Cardinals have been the biggest rivals for the Brewers in the postseason, with the teams going head to head in the 1982 World Series in the Brewers’ biggest postseason moment to date. The two teams also played in the 2011 National League Championship Series, where the Brewers fell to their rivals in five games.
Brewers playoff teams in both 2008 and 2011 had the distinction of losing to the eventual World Series champion, as they fell to the Phillies in 2008 before the aforementioned NLCS against the Cardinals.
When Do Brewers Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?
Playoff tickets for the Milwaukee Brewers go on sale late in the season, usually near the point in the year when they are clinching a playoff spot. This usually happens in or near the month of September, but that can vary based on how the Brewers are doing that season relative to the other teams in their division and in the Wild Card race.
How Much Do Brewers Postseason Tickets Cost?
Brewers playoff tickets can vary in price depending on factors like seating location and which playoff game is being played. On average, Brewers playoff tickets cost $149. Generally speaking, the better the seats, the more expensive tickets will be. Also, tickets for the later rounds of the playoffs tend to be more expensive than early round tickets. The same can be said for elimination games, where Game Seven of a series is likely to be more expensive than Game Four, depending on the circumstances of the series.