Brewers Game at Miller Park

After the Jelly Belly Factory Tour on Saturday, we took off for destination number 2: Miller Park!

Brewers game at Millers Park in Milwaukee.

We were taking in a Brewers pre-season game (with tickets behind home plate for only $10, why not?) I really like Miller Park. Why? They have a dome. And on a rainy chilly day like Saturday that dome made the game awesome.

Brewers game at Millers Park in Milwaukee.

Brewers game at Millers Park in Milwaukee.

I got a hot dog (of course) and cheese curds instead of my usual nachos. When in Wisconsin…

Hot dog and cheese curds at a Brewers game at Millers Park in Milwaukee.

Someone asked a girl to prom on the big board…

Promposal at a Brewers game at Millers Park in Milwaukee.

But he didn’t leave a name. So what if the wrong girl saw it? Or what if she was there with two guys?

Brewers game at Millers Park in Milwaukee.

Brewers game at Millers Park in Milwaukee.

And sausages raced!

Sausage race at a Brewers game at Millers Park in Milwaukee.

Sausage race at a Brewers game at Millers Park in Milwaukee.

And we stretched!

Seventh inning stretch at a Brewers game at Millers Park in Milwaukee.

Seventh inning stretch at a Brewers game at Millers Park in Milwaukee.

And we sang about a barrel but there was no barrel 🙁

Roll out the barrel at a Brewers game at Millers Park in Milwaukee.

The game was actually pretty awesome because in the 9th inning the Brewers were down…but then they came back to win it! Although we were hoping for a tie.

Brewers game at Millers Park in Milwaukee.

Brewers game at Millers Park in Milwaukee.

Not that I really care, because I’m a White Sox fan. But, as a friend of mine would put it: “I cheer for whoever I’m in the audience for.” Or, as a normal person would put it: “I cheer for the home team.” And it’s always exciting to see the home team win!

After the Brewers game we headed out to the next fun Milwaukee destination: dinner at Safe House, a Milwaukee Spy-Themed Restaurant.

Site: Miller Park
Location: One Brewers Way, Milwaukee, WI 53214
Date: April 3, 2010

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Valerie Bromann is a a website manager, content creator, and writer from Chicago, Illinois (currently living in Dallas, Texas). As an avid road tripper who has visited hundreds of roadside attractions, Val always pull over for a world’s largest thing. Founder of Silly America and author of The Road Trip Journal & Activity Book, she visits, photographs, and writes about all the weird tourist destinations she visits and offers road trip planning advice and inspiration based on her own travels so you can hit the road for yourself.

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