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Robin Yount follows the flight of his 3,000th career hit, a seventh inning single against the Cleveland Indians in an American League game in Milwaukee, Sept. 9, 1992. (AP Photo/Joe Picciolo)

• The Brewers pound the Angels, 20-7, on July 8 as they score a franchise-record 13 runs in the fifth inning.

• Texas' Nolan Ryan becomes the 20th pitcher to win 300 games as he defeats the Brewers, 11-3, on July 31 at County Stadium.


• Paul Molitor becomes the fourth Brewer ever to hit for the cycle on May 15 at Minnesota.

• Paul Molitor records his 2,000th career hit with a single off Bret Saberhagen on July 30 at Kansas City.

• On October 8, the Brewers reorganize their front office and field personnel: Sal Bando is named senior vice president of baseball operations; Al Goldis is named vice president of scouting and planning; Harry Dalton is named senior vice president of special projects and Bruce Manno is named assistant vice president of baseball operations.

• On October 9, manager Tom Trebelhorn is dismissed.....Phil Garner is named manager on October 30.....he goes on to manage a franchise-record 1,180 games, going 563-617 from 1992-99.


• The Brewers retire #34 in honor of Rollie Fingers on August 9.

• The Brewers beat the Blue Jays, 22-2, on August 28 at the SkyDome and in the process set an American League record with 31 hits and 26 singles.....the Brewers also set franchise records with 22 runs, 38 total bases and their 20-run margin of victory.

• Robin Yount becomes the 17th player in Major League history to record 3,000 hits when he singles off Jose Mesa in the seventh inning on September 9 vs. Cleveland.....Yount becomes the third-youngest player in Major League history to reach the milestone, behind only Ty Cobb and Hank Aaron.

• Pat Listach is named American League Rookie of the Year, becoming the first Brewer ever to win the award.


• Robin Yount plays his 20th Major League season, all with Milwaukee.


• The Brewers celebrate their 25th anniversary as they join the realigned American League Central with new uniforms and a new logo.....the season comes to a halt due to a players' strike in August.

• Minnesota's Scott Erickson no-hits the Brewers on April 27 at the Metrodome, marking just the second time in franchise history that the team was held without a hit.

• The Brewers drop a franchise-record 14 consecutive games from May 11-25, going from first place to last place during this stretch.

• The Brewers retire #19 in honor of Robin Yount on May 29.


• On August 19, Governor Tommy Thompson, Milwaukee County Executive Tom Ament, Milwaukee Mayor John Norquist and Brewers President Bud Selig unveil a $250 million financing plan for a new Brewers stadium.

• On September 28, the Wisconsin State Assembly passes the financing package with a 52-47 vote.

• The State Senate approves the plan at 5 a.m. on October 6 with a 16-15 vote after the plan fails twice during the previous night.

• Governor Tommy Thompson signs the Stadium Bill into law in the center-field parking lot at County Stadium on October 12, assuring Wisconsin would remain a Major League state for the next 30 years.


• On November 9, the Brewers officially break ground on Miller Park.


• The Brewers play their first interleague game on June 13 at Wrigley Field against the Cubs.....Jeff D'Amico leads the Brewers to a 4-2 win.....the Brewers become the first American League team (other than an exhibition contest) to play in Wrigley Field since the 1945 World Series.

• The Brewers officially become a member of the National League on November 6.....the transfer, the first since the American League was formed at the turn of the century, was necessary to create a 16-team National League and a 14-team American League.....Milwaukee joins the National League Central.


• The Brewers play their first game ever as a National League franchise on March 31, dropping a 2-1 contest at Atlanta.

• The Brewers earn their first victory in the National League with a thrilling 8-6 win on April 2 at Atlanta, highlighted by a Jeromy Burnitz grand slam in the 11th inning.

• Geoff Jenkins becomes the first Brewer ever to homer in his first Major League game when he belts a solo shot off Orel Hershiser on April 24 at San Francisco.....Jenkins joins Chuck Tanner (1955) as the only players in Milwaukee baseball history to homer in their first game.

• Manager Phil Garner earns his 500th victory on August 26 at Colorado, the only manager in team history to reach that milestone.


• The Brewers retire #4 in honor of Paul Molitor on July 11. 

• Tragedy strikes Miller Park when a crane collapses, killing three workers on July 14.

• Robin Yount becomes the first player to be inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame wearing a Brewers cap on July 25.

• The Brewers replace manager Phil Garner with interim manager Jim Lefebvre on August 12.....GM Sal Bando is reassigned within the organization as special assistant to the president. 

• The Brewers name Dean Taylor as senior vice president and general manager on September 21.

• Davey Lopes is named manager on November 4.