The Brew Crew traveled back to Milwaukee on Monday, a day after a decisive 6-0 win over the Colorado Rockies for a series sweep.
Players, staff and their families arrived at Miller Park in street clothes Monday afternoon. They have four days to rest and relax before the next opponent arrives for the NLCS.
The Brewers have won 11 in a row and seemingly, a different star player has emerged in each one. Keon Broxton said energy from fans in the stands turns into momentum on the field.
“Let’s do it Milwaukee, we’re here, we love the support and we’re going to do our best,” Broxton said.
“Buckle up, that’s it, just buckle up and be ready.”
While fans buckle up for a shot at their first World Series since 1982, Steve Meinhold knows who he wants the Brewers to face to get there.
“The Dodgers are hot right now, stay away from them, go Atlanta,” he said.
The Brewers held an online NLCS home game pre-sale event on Monday for in-state residents. The Brewers’ website shows they’ve already exhausted the number of tickets set aside for the event. The general public will be able to get tickets online Tuesday morning starting at 10:00 a.m.
Pre-sale tickets went from $60 for standing room only to $335 for premium field level seats. Resale site, Stubhub listed premium field level seats starting at $650 for Friday and Saturday games.