The Milwaukee Brewers @ Miller Park

That’s all baseball is, is numbers; it’s run by numbers, averages, percentage and odds. Managers make their decisions based on the numbers.
— Rollie Fingers

Bobblehead Availability

This is the average amount of time after gates open that bobbleheads are still available

ETA 2019*

*The game I went to was a bit windy and stormy, therefore it did not provide an accurate bobblehead availability situation


Claim Percentage

This is the average percentage of game attendees that will receive a bobblehead

ETA 2019


Seating

Miller Park is a retractable roof stadium west of Milwaukee downtown. As with any closed roof stadium, there aren’t any issues with sun or weather, which is just another reason why I prefer these types of stadiums.

edited from source: https://www.mlb.com/brewers/ballpark/seat-map

edited from source: https://www.mlb.com/brewers/ballpark/seat-map


Parking

There is no need to go with ParkWhiz since parking at Miller Park is inexpensive and right next to the stadium. You should prepay for parking tickets at mlb.com.

Parking Rates are as follows:

  • Weekdays (Mon.-Fri.), excluding Opening Day & all Cubs games

    • Advance Price: $11

    • Day of Game Rate: $12

  • Opening Day, Weekends (Sat. & Sun.), & all Cubs games

    • Advance Price: $12

    • Day of Game Rate: $15

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Entrances

So far I have only entered through the Hot Corner Gate, which is located at left field, as this is the most direct gate entrance coming from the Uecker and Yount cash lots. Unfortunately, the day I went was slightly stormy weather, and therefore it was hard to say if this entrance would be busier than the third base gate.


Bobbleheads