By Press Release Submitted to OnMilwaukee.com Published Apr 12, 2021 at 1:01 PM Photography: Milwaukee Brewers Facebook

The Brewers are back at American Family Field on Monday for a pair of three-game series, featuring matchups with the Chicago Cubs (Monday, April 12 to Wednesday, April 14) and the Pittsburgh Pirates (Friday, April 16 to Sunday, April 18).

Starting April 12, the Brewers have reconfigured seating pods to make more of the highly demanded two-person seating pods available. Tickets can be purchased at brewers.com, 1-800-933-7890 or at the American Family Field Box Office. All online and phone purchases will be digitally delivered through the MLB App.

Also starting April 12, fans are welcomed again to tailgate with those seated in their pods. For more information, visit brewers.com/tailgating

The full schedule of promotions/events for the Brewers second homestand of the season is available below and at brewers.com/promotions.

Monday, April 12 vs. Cubs at 6:40 p.m.

Miller High Life Monday: All Terrace Reserved Tickets are $6, courtesy of Miller High Life.

Tuesday, April 13 vs. Cubs at 6:40 p.m.

Season Seat Holder Appreciation Day: Brewers season seat holders receive 25 percent off concessions and $25 off retail purchase of $100 or more.

Wednesday, April 14 vs. Cubs at 6:40 p.m.

Kids and Seniors Discount Day: Kids 14 and under as well as seniors 60-plus save 50 percent on tickets.

Friday, April 16 vs. Pirates at 7:10 p.m.

5-County Friday: Residents of Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Racine, Washington and Waukesha Counties save 50 percent on tickets. Excludes the Miller Lite Beerpen, All-Inclusive Areas, Platinum Seats and Uecker Seats.

Appreciation for Health Care Workers: The Milwaukee Brewers are providing hundreds of complimentary tickets to health care workers throughout the greater Milwaukee area during designated April home games.

Jackie Robinson Day

  • All players, managers, coaches, umpires and other on-field personnel will wear number 42 to honor the anniversary of Robinson’s historic debut and to continue the unified, league-wide recognition of Jackie Robinson Day. This annual observance will further underscore seventy-four years ago, on April 15, 1947, Jackie Robinson broke baseball’s color barrier with his historic MLB debut. To learn more, log on to JackieRobinson.org or mlb.com/42 to learn more.
  • The Brewers partnered with Everfi Summer Slugger to create a Jackie Robinson trivia for students to highlight the impact Jackie’s legacy to a society, particularly through his historic, trailblazing baseball accomplishments as well as efforts as an advocate for civil rights and equality. The trivia will be available at summerslugger.com/brewers/42 from April 12-17. Six winners will be selected for a Brewers prize.

Saturday, April 17 vs. Pirates at 6:10 p.m.

Season Seat Holder Appreciation Day: Brewers Season Seat Holders receive 25 percent off concessions and $25 off retail purchase of $100 or more.

Grand Slam Teacher: The Brewers Grand Slam Teacher of the Month Award will recognize educators from all grades and disciplines who play a pivotal role in students’ lives, improving student achievement and using innovative strategies during these challenging times. Congratulations to all the nominees and to the monthly winners listed below:

  • March: Arlen Lopez Gutierrez, Allen Field Elementary School, 1st grade
  • April: Aaron Young, Escuela Vieau School, 8th grade 

Ongoing around the ballpark

MLB Ballpark app: All fans planning to attend games this season are strongly encouraged to download the MLB Ballpark app. The Ballpark app will give fans access to download their game tickets, parking passes, order concessions, and access numerous other American Family Field information and entertainment features.

Ticket Availability: Tickets remain available for most games through May 2 at brewers.com, 1-800-933-7890 or the American Family Field Box Office. Aligned with local health and safety protocols, the capacity of American Family Field to start the season will be limited to 25 percent. Tickets will be sold in pods of two to six seats and will be delivered digitally via MLB Ballpark app. Information on availability of individual game tickets for May 11 and beyond will be announced next week.

Parking Lots and Gates: Pre-paid parking passes can be purchased with game tickets and digitally delivered for fan convenience and no-touch entry. Day of game parking is available with credit card or cash payment. Parking lots will open three hours in advance of the game, except for 6:40 p.m. weekday games in which parking lots open two and a half hours in advance. Tailgating will be allowed at single vehicles for those sitting in the same seating pod with more information at brewers.com/tailgating. Stadium gates will open 1.5 hours prior to game time with a designated entrance time and gate on tickets.

Mobile Concession Ordering: Mobile concession ordering through MLB Ballpark app is strongly encouraged for safety and convenience. Mobile concession ordering is also available via texting the word ‘food’ to 41835 or via QR code.

Cashless Ballpark: No cash payments will be accepted in American Family Field. Should fans have cash, there will be kiosks around the ballpark where they can exchange cash for a prepaid card – if not fully used at American Family Field, these cards can be used outside the ballpark where credit cards are accepted. There is a $20 minimum and there are no fees for this service.

COVID Protocols: Information and regulations surrounding safety protocols at American Family Field are evolving. The most up-to-date information can be found on brewers.com/COVID.

Ceremonial First Pitch: To start the season, ceremonial first pitches will take place across Wisconsin featuring fans throwing pitches at their favorite locations and be played on the scoreboard. The fan will be invited to be in the stands that game.

“PNC Play Ball Kid” and “Toyota Junior Announcer”: The “PNC Play Ball” kid and “Toyota Junior Announcer” returns this season with lucky young fans being chosen randomly from the stands. The “Play Ball” kid will get the game started from Section 205. The “Junior Announcer” will announce the players coming up to bat from the Toyota Territory.

Bernie’s New Chalet: Don’t miss Bernie’s new Chalet. The improvements are a throwback to Bernie’s original home at County Stadium. Fans will notice that the brand-new residence with an old-school twist provides a homey respite for Bernie, including colorful flowers in the windows. Brewers home runs will be amplified with the new graphics throughout the ballpark and LED lights to highlight celebrations.

Bernie’s Ceremonial Flag Waver: Catch Bernie’s slide each game during the middle of the first inning, accompanied by a super fan waving the Brewers flag on the platform. Fans will be chosen at random.

Johnsonville Famous Racing Sausages: Due to COVID protocols restricting field access, the Johnsonville Famous Racing Sausages will start the season racing live on the stadium plaza just outside the left field walls each game in the middle of the 6th inning.

In-Game Entertainment: Nicole Sedivy, a Muskego native, serves as the in-game host of the Milwaukee Brewers. Fans will find her around the ballpark conducting live interviews and highlighting in-game contests and promotions. She also serves as in-arena host for the Chicago Blackhawks and University of Wisconsin-Madison Men’s Hockey Team.

American Family Field Roof: For game day roof status and weather report, visit mlb.com/brewers/ballpark/roof-status or call the American Family Field Roof Hotline at (414) 902-4636.

Watch the Game: The Milwaukee Brewers 162 regular-season broadcast schedule includes every game televised on Bally Sports Wisconsin (formerly FOX Sports Wisconsin) or nationally, and all games will air on WTMJ Radio. This is Bob Uecker’s 51st season calling Brewers games. Tim Dillard, Vinny Rottino and Chris Singleton will join the established and revered television crew of Brian Anderson, the primary play-by-play announcer, along with Matt Lepay, Jeff Levering and Craig Coshun. Bill Schroeder will continue as lead analyst in the broadcast booth, with Sophia Minnaert returning as primary sideline reporter. Coshun and Dario Melendez will serve as the hosts for "Brewers Live" and will be joined by Dillard and Rottino. "Brewers Live" airs before and after each Brewers telecast on Bally Sports Wisconsin. Former Brewers pitcher Jerry Augustine will continue to provide analysis and coverage on the Newsradio 620 WTMJ postgame show with host Matt Pauley.

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