For fans of baseball and spring weather, Brewers opening day couldn’t come fast enough. The 2014 date is set for March 31, and the opponent will be none other than the Atlanta Braves. Will Yovanni Gallardo be on the mound that day, or will the Brew Crew take a shot on their newly acquired starter Matt Garza? Either way, the fans will be happy to see some great baseball and possibly some warmer weather. Tickets for the Brewers opening day 2014 are on sale now.
Milwaukee made a few bold moves during the early stages of the off season. After losing Corey Hart to free agency, the Brewers picked up Mark Reynolds. Reynolds will compete with Jan Francisco for the chance to start at first base. If the Brewers happen to keep both men on the roster, one will probably end up playing third base. There is still a shot that Reynolds will go down in flames during spring training, but that’s unlikely.
Brewers Versus Cubs In 2014
The Cubs fans will be making their first drive to Miller Park on the weekend of April 25 through April 27. That’s the first Cubs versus Brewers series of the 2014 season. Another great early series will be The Brew Crew versus the Cardinals, starting on April 14. That’s a three day series, with the game on April 16th being a noon start.
Brewers April Home And Road Schedule
The Brewers will take on the Braves, Pirates, Cardinals, Padres, and Cubs at Miller Park in April. There are 14 home games (and 13 road games on the schedule,) with the Brewers being the Phillies’ opponent for their home opener. An odd (early) inter squad series will also be on the schedule for April, when the Brewers face the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park. Those games are set for April 4 through April 6th. That series will also be a “home opener” for the Brewers’ opposing team.
Milwaukee Brewers July Games And All Star Break
In the month of July, the Brewers will have two long home stands. Starting on July 7, Milwaukee will face the Phillies for a four game series, and the Cardinals for three games after that. The MLB All Star break starts on July 14, and runs through July 17. Milwaukee will take on the Nationals at Washington for three games, then it’s back to the friendly confines of Miller Park for seven games. The Reds come to town on July 21 and play three games. The Mets will come to Milwaukee for four games, starting on July 23.
Catch all the Brewers action at Miller Park this season. We have tickets for all home and away games. Go Brewers!