American Family Field Homestand Highlights: July 20-25

Seats Remain Available for all Five Games of Homestand, Including Lorenzo Cain Gold Glove Bobblehead Day on July 25

July 19th, 2021

MILWAUKEE – The first-place Milwaukee Brewers are back at American Family Field on Tuesday for a five-game homestand from July 20-25 against the Kansas City Royals (July 20-21) and Chicago White Sox (July 23-25). Tickets are available for all five games, including Sunday’s Lorenzo Cain Gold Glove Bobblehead Day.Single-game tickets for games at American Family Field throughout the remainder of the regular season are available for purchase. Tickets can be purchased at, 1-800-933-7890 or at the American Family Field Box Office. All online and phone purchases will be digitally delivered through the MLB Ballpark app.

The Brewers will host the annual Negro Leagues Tribute Game on Saturday, July 24. With the purchase of a Negro Leagues Tribute Game ticket package, fans will receive a replica snapback Milwaukee Bears hat, courtesy of Aurora Health Care®. The Milwaukee Bears played in the Negro National League during the 1923 season. Fans can purchase this special ticket package at, the American Family Field Box Office and at 1-800-933-7890.

Brewers Buddies will welcome the Beckum-Stapleton Little League and its director, former Negro Leagues player James Beckum (St. Louis Stars catcher, 1949-51), as guests for the game. One member of the Beckum-Stapleton Little League will serve as the Bernie’s Ceremonial Flag Waver during the middle of the first inning.

Former Negro Leagues player Dennis Biddle (**Chicago American Giants pitcher, 1953-54) will throw out the ceremonial first pitch alongside Executive Director of Alice’s Garden **Venice Williams, a storyteller and local Negro Leagues enthusiast.

In addition to Beckum and Biddle, Negro Leagues alumni Warren “Bear” Kirkendoll (Gurdon Panthers pitcher, 1951-52), Nathan “Sonny” Weston (Chicago American Giants outfielder, 1951), M.C. Johnson (Kansas City Monarchs pitcher, 1959-61) and Don Woods (Kansas City Monarchs outfielder, 1956-68) are also scheduled to be in attendance.

Yesterday’s Negro League Baseball Traveling Museum will also be on the concourses of American Family Field.

Originally slated for a 7:10 p.m. CT first pitch, Milwaukee’s game against the Kansas City Royals on Tuesday, July 20 was moved to a 3:10 p.m. CT start time to avoid a conflict with Game 6 of the NBA Finals, which is scheduled for 8 p.m. CT.

The game against the Chicago White Sox on Sunday, July 25 was selected for ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball and moved to a 6:08 p.m. CT first pitch from its original start time of 1:10 p.m. CT.

The full schedule of promotions and events for the upcoming homestand is available below:

Tuesday, July 20 vs. Kansas City – 3:10 p.m.
Devin Williams Poster – The first 10,000 ticketed fans will receive a poster featuring 2020 National League Rookie of the Year Devin Williams, presented by 94.5 ESPN Milwaukee.

Wednesday, July 21 vs. Kansas City – 1:10 p.m.
Kids and Seniors Discount Day – Kids 14-and-under and seniors over 60 save 50 percent on tickets, courtesy of WPS Health Insurance.Senior Stroll – Following the game, seniors 60-and-over can stroll along the outfield warning track, presented by WPS Health Insurance.

Friday, July 23 vs. Chicago White Sox – 7:10 p.m.
Season Seat Holder Appreciation Day – Brewers Season Seat Holders receive 25 percent off concessions and $25 off retail purchases of $100 or more.Student Nights – All college and high school students can purchase Terrace Reserved tickets for $9 or right field Loge Bleachers tickets for $15.Miller Lite Beerpen – Fans 21-or-older in the Miller Lite Beerpen will receive a free Brewers hat, courtesy of Miller Lite.

Saturday, July 24 vs. Chicago White Sox – 6:10 p.m.
Community Night Ticket Package: Negro Leagues Tribute Game – With the purchase of a community night ticket package, fans receive a replica snapback Milwaukee Bears hat, presented by Aurora Health Care®.

Sunday, July 25 vs. Chicago White Sox – 6:08 p.m.
Lorenzo Cain Gold Glove Bobblehead Day – The first 35,000 ticketed fans will receive a Lorenzo Cain Gold Glove Bobblehead, presented by Wisconsin Toyota Dealers.Kids Run the Bases – Kids 14-and-under can experience the thrill of running the bases following the game, courtesy of Aurora Health Care®.

Ongoing Around the Ballpark:
Ticket Availability: Single-game tickets for games at American Family Field through the remainder of the regular season are now available for purchase. Tickets can be purchased at, 1-800-933-7890 or at the American Family Field Box Office. All online and phone purchases will be digitally delivered through the MLB Ballpark app.

Nellie Global Award: The Nellie Global Award is in honor of former player, coach and broadcaster Davey Nelson. To keep Davey’s memory alive, the Brewers recognize an individual who has made a global contribution that impacted others in extraordinary ways. Congratulations to all the nominees and to this year’s winner: Bonnie Lee, co-founder of Learn for Life Kenya, a nonprofit focused on preparing impoverished Kenyan youth for employment.

MLB Ballpark app: All fans planning to attend games this season are strongly encouraged to download the MLB Ballpark app. The Ballpark app will give fans access to download their game tickets, parking passes, order concessions, and access numerous other American Family Field information and entertainment features.Parking Lots and Gates: Pre-paid parking passes can be purchased with game tickets and digitally delivered for fan convenience and no-touch entry. Day of game parking is available with credit card or cash payment. Parking lots will open three hours in advance of the game, except for 6:40 p.m. weekday games in which parking lots open two and a half hours in advance. Find more information at Stadium gates will open one and a half hours prior to game time with a designated entrance time and gate on tickets.

Mobile Concession Ordering: Mobile concession ordering is available through the MLB Ballpark app. Mobile concession ordering is also available via texting the word ‘food’ to 41835 or via QR code.Restaurant To Be Named Later: Restaurant To Be Named Later has reopened seven days a week – game days and non-game days. Walk-ins are welcome. For more information and to make reservations, visit

Cashless Ballpark: Cash payments are accepted at a limited number of concession stands in American Family Field. The majority of concession stands, and all mobile kiosks and retail locations will remain cashless. Should fans have cash, there will be kiosks around the ballpark where they can exchange cash for a prepaid card.Mask Policy: Masks are no longer required for fans attending games. Consistent with CDC guidelines, it is recommended that non-vaccinated fans continue to wear masks. More information on updated policies is available at

“PNC Play Ball Kid” and “Toyota Junior Announcer”: The “PNC Play Ball” kid and “Toyota Junior Announcer” return this season with lucky young fans being chosen randomly from the stands. The “Play Ball” kid will get the game started from Section 205. The “Junior Announcer” will announce the players coming up to bat from the Toyota Territory.Bernie’s Ceremonial Flag Waver: Catch Bernie’s slide each game during the middle of the first inning, accompanied by a super fan waving the Brewers flag on the platform. Fans will be chosen at random.American Family Field Roof: For game day roof status and weather report, visit or call the American Family Field Roof Hotline at 414-902-4636.

Watch the Game: The Milwaukee Brewers regular-season broadcast schedule includes every game televised on Bally Sports Wisconsin (formerly FOX Sports Wisconsin) or nationally, and all games will air on Newsradio 620 WTMJ. This is Bob Uecker’s 51st season calling Brewers games. He will be joined on the radio this season by Jeff Levering and Lane Grindle. Tim Dillard, Vinny Rottino and Chris Singleton will join the established and revered television crew of Brian Anderson, the primary play-by-play announcer, along with Matt Lepay, Levering and Craig Coshun. Bill Schroeder will continue as lead analyst in the broadcast booth, with Sophia Minnaert returning as primary sideline reporter. Coshun and Dario Melendez will serve as the hosts for Brewers Live and will be joined by Dillard and Rottino. Brewers Live airs before and after each Brewers telecast on Bally Sports Wisconsin. Former Brewers pitcher Jerry Augustine will continue to provide analysis and coverage on Newsradio 620 WTMJ’s postgame show with host Matt Pauley.

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