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Milwaukee Brewers is a Professional baseball team that plays in the Central Division of the National League of the American Major League Baseball.
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Milwaukee Brewers entered the scene in 1969 on the occasion of league expansion along with the Seattle Pilots.
However, they went bankrupt the following year, and it took Bud Selig to rescue them back to the majors.
At the beginning of their MLB journey, they belonged to the American League, as from 1970 to 1997, they played there.
Although the city of Milwaukee can say that in those days, it had a team in each circuit: the Milwaukee Braves, who later moved to Atlanta, played in the old League.
During the first years of its foundation, there was an exciting struggle with the St. Louis Cardinals, the quintessential rival of the hoppers.
In 1982 Bud Bush presided over the Redbirds and owned Budweiser, one of the essential beer companies in the United States.
Well, Bud Selig owned the Brewers and at the same time also had his team in the city of Miller beer, which is a tradition there.
In 1982, they met in the World Series, won by St. Louis 4-3. That Milwaukee group had Mike Caldwell, Ted Simmons, Bruce Sutter, Pete Vucovich, Cecil Cooper, Jim Slaton, and Robin Yount.
Benjamin Oglivie, Jim Gatner, Edgardo Romero, Paul Molitor, Bob McClure, Pete Ladd, Gorman Thomas, Jim Slaton, Moose Haas, Don Sutton, being managed by manager Harvey Kuenn.
They played that 1982 World Series, the only one to date and belonged to the American League.
They have had three MVPs (Rollie Fingers, Robin Yount, and Ryan Braun), two Cy Young Awards (Rollie Fingers and Pete Vucovich), and two Rookies of the Year in their history (Pat Listach and Ryan Braun).
They won the American pennant in 1982 and the Eastern pennant in 1982, plus they have gone to the postseason twice in the last seven years after winning the Nationals center in 2011 and 2018.
They have Paul Molitor’s numbers retired (4), Robin Yount’s 19, Rollie Fingers’ 34, Jackie Robinson’s 42 as all teams, and Hank Aaron’s 44.