By Press Release Submitted to Published Jun 04, 2019 at 10:01 AM
The Brewers return to action at Miller Park tomorrow night, playing a pair of three-game series with the Miami Marlins and Pittsburgh Pirates. The season’s sixth homestand will feature two Theme Nights – Stitch ‘N Pitch and Stranger Things Day – and two Community Nights – Pride Night and the Negro Leagues Tribute Game – with a total of seven promotional items available for Brewers fans to take home.

As a reminder, the homestand’s final contest on Sunday, June 9 is completely sold out. All fans in attendance that afternoon will take home a bobblehead celebrating Christian Yelich’s historic 2018 season, featuring the reigning National League MVP holding his trophy and Silver Slugger Award. NOTE: The stadium gates will open two hours prior to the Sunday first pitch – 30 minutes earlier than normal – to help fans clear security screening as efficiently as possible.

The homestand will also feature the 10th annual Brewers Community Foundation Week, allowing fans to contribute to the charitable arm of the Brewers through BCF’s "Ultimate Auction" and through the purchase of "Give Like a Pro" fan packs. Fans may visit to participate in this year’s "Ultimate Auction" and to purchase various "Give Like a Pro" fan packs options, featuring unique Brewers items and memorabilia. Details regarding each day of BCF Week are provided below.

Tuesday, June 4 vs. Marlins at 6:40 p.m.

Stitch ‘N Pitch Theme Night: There's no doubt Brewers fans are a very close-knit group. That's why we've sewn up a special night where Milwaukee faithful can thread together – literally. Fans who purchase a special Stitch ‘N Pitch ticket package will take home a limited-edition Brewers tote bag.

MLB Network Recyclable Grocery Tote: The first 10,000 ticketed fans at Miller Park will receive a Brewers reusable grocery tote bag, courtesy of MLB Network.

BCF Week: Mascot Night: Don't miss the opportunity to purchase Brewers mascot-themed items, featuring Bernie Brewer and all his friends. The mascots themselves will even stop by to take photos with fans!

The Salvation Army Feed the Kids Summer Meals Program: From 12 to 1 p.m. at the Miller Park Tailgate House (rain or shine), Brewers players, wives, front office staff and other community leaders will join The Salvation Army leadership and advisory board members in kicking off the Feed the Kids summer meals program. Guests will prepare 1,800 lunches for The Salvation Army Feed the Kids summer meals program, which is designed to meet the needs of children in Milwaukee’s underserved neighborhoods.

Wednesday, June 5 vs. Marlins at 6:40 p.m.

Pride Night, presented by Aurora Health Care: In partnership with Aurora Health Care, the Brewers are honored to host the second Pride Night at Miller Park, celebrating diversity and inclusion within the Crew’s fan base, the Wisconsin community and all of Major League Baseball. Fans who purchase a special Pride Night ticket package will receive a Brewers Pride Night hat, featuring the rainbow design of the Pride Flag inside the Ball & Glove logo.

Season Seat Holder Appreciation Day: Brewers Season Seat Holders are eligible to receive 25% off concessions and merchandise, as well as gain early access to Miller Park to watch the Brewers take batting practice.

BCF Week: Bobble Bonanza: Fans can take home a Brewers bobblehead to complete their collection during "Bobble Bonanza." Collectible bobbleheads will be available for purchase for as little as $5 each, while supplies last. Other Brewers items will also be available in exchange for a donation to Brewers Community Foundation.

Thursday, June 6 vs. Marlins at 1:10 p.m.

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

Senior Stroll, presented by WPS Health Insurance: Following the game, seniors are invited to stroll around the outfield warning track of Miller Park.

BCF Week: Give Like a Pro: Throughout BCF Week, Brewers Community Foundation will have memorabilia packages available for purchase that allow fans to "Give Like a Pro." Packages are available for $50, $100 and $250, with each containing signed memorabilia, a vial of game-used dirt from the 2018 playoffs at Miller Park, a Brewers pint glass and more! Other Brewers items will also be available in exchange for a donation to Brewers Community Foundation.

Friday, June 7 vs. Pirates at 7:10 p.m.

Can Holder, courtesy of Miller Lite: The first 10,000 ticketed fans in attendance 21 and older will receive a Brewers can holder, courtesy of Miller Lite.

Negro Leagues Tribute Game, presented by Aurora Health Care: The Brewers will don vintage Milwaukee Bears uniforms for their matchup with the Pittsburgh Crawfords (Pirates) as part of their 14th annual Negro Leagues Tribute Game, presented by Aurora Health Care. Fans who purchase a special Negro Leagues Tribute Game ticket package will receive a vintage Lorenzo Cain Milwaukee Bears replica jersey. Additionally, all fans at the ballpark will have the opportunity to enjoy a pregame ceremony, autograph sessions, special appearances and recognition of former Negro Leagues players.

Student Night, presented by American Family Insurance: High school and college students can purchase $10 Terrace Reserved or $15 Loge Bleachers tickets, plus enjoy a special $4 menu through the end of the first inning. Excludes Miller Lite Beerpen.

Miller Lite Beerpen: Every Friday home game, fans 21 and older who sit in the Miller Lite Beerpen in the right-field Loge-Level Bleachers will receive a free Brewers T-shirt, courtesy of Miller Lite.

BCF Week: Name Plate Night: Take home your piece of the Brewers locker room during Name Plate Night by purchasing signed player name plates from American Family Fields of Phoenix, the Crew’s Spring Training facility in Arizona. Additional Brewers items will also be available in exchange for a donation to Brewers Community Foundation.

Saturday, June 8 vs. Pirates at 3:10 p.m.

Stranger Things Day: Grab your bikes and get ready to pedal back in time to the '80s with Stranger Things Day at Miller Park. Fans who purchase a special Stranger Things Day ticket package will receive a seat for the Crew's matchup against the Pittsburgh Pirates and a one-of-a-kind "Stranger Things" T-shirt. "Stranger Things" and Netflix trademarks and copyrights are used with permission of Netflix, Inc. 2019. All rights reserved.

BCF Week: Blind Baseball Grab: For just $25, fans of all ages can randomly, blindly choose from an assortment of signed baseballs from Brewers alumni. At least one Hank Aaron autographed ball will be up for grabs. Other Brewers items will also be available in exchange for a donation to Brewers Community Foundation.

Blue Crew Ticket Program: The Brewers will partner with Major League Baseball umpires to offer memorable baseball game experiences for children awaiting adoption and at-risk youth in mentoring programs. Children will receive a VIP experience, including tickets, a goody bag of "all things baseball" and the unique opportunity to step onto the field for a souvenir baseball and photo. Umps Care Charities, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded by Major League Baseball umpires, created the Blue Crew tickets program to share the gift of baseball with children and strengthen relationships between children and the adults who aim to make a difference in their lives. More than 4,000 guests have participated in Blue Crew tickets since 2006.

Sunday, June 9 vs. Pirates at 1:10 p.m. (COMPLETELY SOLD OUT)

Christian Yelich Bobblehead, courtesy of Chevrolet: All ticketed fans in attendance will receive a bobblehead of Brewers outfielder Christian Yelich honoring his historic 2018 campaign, featuring the reigning NL MVP holding his trophy and Silver Slugger Award.

Kids Run the Bases, presented by Aurora Health Care: After the game, kids 14 and under have the opportunity to run the bases at Miller Park. The postgame Kids Run the Bases line begins along the first-base line on the Field Level. Subject to change or cancellation.

BCF Week Day: Treasure Hunt Sale: BCF will offer the opportunity for fans to purchase a variety of signed Brewers items, past Brewers giveaways and more at the "treasure hunt" sale at the Brewers Community Foundation table, located on the third-base side of the Field-Level concourse. Items available for purchase include bats, jerseys, bobbleheads, t-shirts and more.

Prostate Cancer Home Run Challenge: Major League Baseball and the Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) will host their annual Home Run Challenge initiative, aiming to increase awareness for the early detection of prostate cancer and to support research to find a cure. During the Home Run Challenge, the Prostate Cancer Foundation invites MLB fans to pledge a donation for every home run hit from June 1 through Father’s Day on June 16