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The Milwaukee Brewers began play in Milwaukee in 1970, though the franchise was founded as the Seattle Pilots in 1969. The Pilots were purchased by Bud Selig and moved to Milwaukee ahead of the 1970 season.
The Milwaukee Brewers are members of the National League, playing within the National League Central Division. Other members of the National League Central include the Chicago Cubs, the Cincinnati Reds, the Pittsburgh Pirates and the St. Louis Cardinals.
The Brewers have an interesting history when it comes to their alignment within baseball, originally starting as members of the American League before switching to the National League in 1998. The Brewers have played as members of four different divisions in their history, which is the most ever.
They have been members of the American League West Division (1969-71), East Division (1972-93) and Central Division (1994-97) before switching to the National League Central Division in 1998.
The Milwaukee Brewers play their home games at Miller Park, which has been open since 2001. Before the opening of Miller Park, the Brewers played their home games at Milwaukee County Stadium from 1970-2001. They played their lone season in Seattle at Sick’s Stadium.
The Brewers franchise has not had a multitude of postseason success, winning just three total division titles in their history, with the most recent coming in 2018. Their other division titles came in 2011 (NL Central) and 1982 (AL East). The team has also made the playoffs as a Wild Card team three times, in 2008, 2019, and 2020. In 2020, Milwaukee was swept by the eventual World Series Champion Dodgers in the Wild Card round. The Brewers are also one of six franchises to have never won a World Series.
The Milwaukee Brewers have had two players enter baseball’s Hall of Fame, Paul Molitor and Robin Yount. Other members of the Hall of Fame with deep Milwaukee ties are former commissioner Bud Selig and famous Brewers broadcaster Bob Uecker.
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