Brewers fans won’t find a better way to break out of the winter doldrums than by making the trip to Phoenix to catch spring training. The fans from Wisconsin love their team, and all throughout the stands, you’ll find fellow die-hard Brew Crew fans who can’t wait for the season. Start up a conversation with the people sitting next to you and before you know you’ll be buying beers for each other in no time.
In addition to the chance to hang out in the gorgeous Arizona weather with fellow Brewers fanatics, you’ll also have the opportunity to secure a few autographs from your favorite players. You’ll be able to get up close to your favorite players before the game along the right field line, and typically most players are fairly happy to sign autographs for fans after they leave the game.
You’ll also get to enjoy a few of your favorite Brewers game day traditions when taking in a game at Maryvale Baseball Park. Both the singing of “Roll Out the Barrel” during the 7th inning stretch as well as the famous Sausage Races in the 6th inning make the trip to Phoenix for spring training. Don’t miss either of them to get yourself ready for another excellent season of Brewers baseball.
If you love the Brewers, warm weather, and baseball, then you’ll without a doubt have a fantastic time attending a spring training game at Maryvale Baseball Park. Start planning your spring training trip today.
Things to check out
Autograph hounds will want to hang out in Section 113 or down the right field line to get autographs from their favorite players before the game. You’ll also have a pretty good chance of catching players here as they make their way from the game to the clubhouse as well. Additionally, if you want an autograph from a player on the visiting team, you’ll want to find yourself between the dugout and bullpen on the left field side. Sections 114, 116, and 118 are the place to be to get visiting team player autographs.Watch video
In the sixth inning, fans are treated to one of the most fun traditions in all of baseball, the famous sausage race since the 1990’s. The competitors are Brat (#1), Polish Sausage (#2), Italian Sausage (#3), Hot Dog (#4), and last but not least Chorizo (#5). Over the years the tradition has become a fan favorite and is a must-see for anyone attending a Brewers game.Watch video