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You can join the Brewers 'Cutout Crew' and be part of the simulated crowd this season

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Posted at 11:27 AM, Jul 01, 2020
and last updated 2020-07-02 11:23:50-04

MILWAUKEE -- Though the Milwaukee Brewers won't be able to welcome fans to Miller Park for the abbreviated 2020 season, there's still a way for you to attend games this year - sort of.

The Brewers announced Wednesday that fans will be able to pay a fee to submit photos of themselves and become part of the 'Cutout Crew,' two-foot images of fans that will join the Bob Uecker 'Last Row' statue as a "virtual fan base" at the very top of Miller Park.

Each cutout costs $50, with proceeds benefiting the Brewers Community Foundation. They will be installed in seats either in or adjacent to Section 422, near the Uecker statue in honor of his 50th season as the voice of the Brewers.

“We miss our fans and wanted to come up with a creative way for them to participate in the action this year,” said Brewers President - Business Operations Rick Schlesinger. “While nothing can replace the energy and passion of our loyal fans in the stands, the Cutout Crew is a unique way we can welcome familiar faces for now at Miller Park.”

You can get specific instructions for uploading your photo here.

The cutouts will go on sale Thursday, July 2 at 9 a.m. Make sure to act fast, because there will only be 500 cutouts produced.

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