More than 30,000 tickets were sold for this weekend’s relocated Brewers series against the Marlins.
Hurricane Irma caused enough damage to Marlins Park that Major League Baseball moved the series from Miami to Milwaukee.
The staff at Miller Park went into overdrive when the series was relocated.
"We had to bring people in from San Diego, Texas, Buffalo and Detroit as support. We want to make sure our fans have a great experience here no matter what," said Ken Gaber, with Miller Park.
For the first time in Brewers history, Miami will be the home team at Miller Park and the Brewers will function as the road team.
Flipping three road games for three home games could provide an edge to the Brewers.
"We're going to bat first at Miller Park. We're going to have our entertainment, the sausage race," said Rick Schlesinger, the Chief Operating Officer of the Brewers.
"It makes a difference. You're at home sleeping in your own bed. You have your home fans. Your home ballpark. For a young team, it makes a difference," said Pat Murphy, Brewers bench coach.
The Brewers said they still have $10 seats in the loge level available for each game.