Milwaukee Brewers Vs Chicago Cubs Tickets

With a 86-76 record previous season, the 2018 Milwaukee Brewers are looking to build up on that. They are a young confident side competing in the National League's Central Division dominated by the Chicago Cubs. Earlier in the year, the Brewers gave a lucrative $80 million five-year contract to outfielder, Lorenzo Cain. This is the most expensive free-agent deal in the history of the franchise. The Brewers are now ready for the 2018 season and will be hosting the Chicago Cubs soon. If you want to see the two teams battle it out live on the field, grab Milwaukee Brewers Vs Chicago Cubs tickets at the earliest.

The Chicago Cubs have had an eventful 2016 season so far. The season’s first quarter had its fair share of ups and downs and the Cubs’ fans are enjoying the topsyturvy ride. The Cubs started the 2016 campaign as the hottest team in the MLB; they hit the ground running and got off to their best start since the 1907 season. Helped by the efforts of players like Jake Arrieta and Dexter Fowler, the team established a significant lead in the National League’s Central Division and looked to be cruising to the playoffs.

However, the team met with several speed bumps, mostly in the form of injuries. Jason Heyward and Kyle Schawber were both sidelined and squad’s depth and the team’s mettle were tested during the opening weeks of the season. The team’s results were poor in the latter half of the opening quarter, but their good start means that they are still in a very good position.

As it is, the Cubs have finished the first quarter with a 29-13 record, which is currently the best in the MLB. The team leads their division with a six game lead over the second placed Pittsburgh Pirates and statistics are suggesting that they will be the only team to cross the 100 win mark this year.

If the Cubs can maintain this form till the end of the season, they can very well win their first pennant since 1945 and reach the World Series once again. Only time will tell if that does actually happen.

The Chicago Cubs

The Chicago Cubs started the 2017 as the defending World Series champions. The campaign may not have ended as their fans had wished, but they still gave the crowds plenty of moments to cheer. They finished the season at the top in the Central Division with a 92-70 record. With a victory over the Cardinals, the Cubs bagged the division title for the second consecutive year. They beat the Washington Nationals in the National League Division Series and advanced to square off against the Los Angeles Dodgers but eventually lost in the best of seven NL Championship Series.

The Cubs’ start to the 2018 season was not a pleasant one for their fans, with the team losing to the relatively young and inexperienced Miami Marlins and allowing them to split the four-game series. The Cubs have to improve if they want to add to their haul of three World Series titles, seventeen pennants and seven division championships.

The Milwaukee Brewers

The previous season was the team’s 48th one in Milwaukee. They finished the season with a record of 86-76 and ranked behind the Cubs in the NLCD (NATIONAL League Central Division). This was the first season in three years in which the team had finished higher than .500. In terms of winning percentage, it is the Brewers’ best season since 2011.

The Brewers have kicked off the 2018 season in spectacular fashion – with a three-game sweep of the San Diego Padres. This is the first time since 2006 that Milwaukee have opened a season with three straight wins. In 2006, they opened with an impressive five-game winning streak. The Brewers have one pennant and two division crowns to show for their efforts over the years. A strong start to the season should give them a lot of confidence for the remaining campaign.

Cubs vs Brewers

The first time the Milwaukee Brewers and the Chicago Cubs locked horns was back in June of 1997. It was a league game which led to a 4-2 victory for Milwaukee. The Brewers then joined the Central Division of the National League which is when the I-94 Tivalry between the two teams began.

During 1998 and 2006, the Cubs had some memorable moments against the Brewers. This includes Sammy Sosa hitting home runs 60, 61 and 61 on September 12 and 13 in 1998. The Brewers on the other hand really celebrated when Cubs’ Brant Brown dropped the ball on September 23, 1998.

The rivalry between the two sides grew intense in 2007 and 2008 when both teams were chasing playoff spots. One of the biggest and most popular series in this rivalry took place from July 28- 31 at the Miller Park in 2008.

The Cubs gave a good performance during the 2015 season and became the World Series champions in 2016. At this point in time, the Brewers were struggling for form and were well under .500. Although, they made a good comeback in 2017, they were not able to reach the top of the standings in the National League Central Division.

Live at the Miller Park

The Cubs-Brewers rivalry is also referred to as the I-94 Rivalry. This is because their ballparks are located at a distance of only 83.3 miles from each other off Interstate 94.

The Miller Park is home to the Brewers and features the only convertible roof (fan-shaped) in North America which can open and close in less than ten minutes. This is where the upcoming series between the Cubs and the Brewers is set to take place.

If you want to watch the I-94 Rivalry unfold live once again, grab your Milwaukee Brewers Vs Chicago Cubs tickets without any delay. The games will be a treat to watch live from the stands.

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Milwaukee Brewers Vs Chicago Cubs Schedule

Baseball season is here and is packed with epic matchups. You can catch all the action live as it happens. Next event featuring Milwaukee Brewers Vs Chicago Cubs will be Milwaukee Brewers vs. Chicago Cubs, held at the Miller Park in Milwaukee. As of now, the last event, Milwaukee Brewers vs. Chicago Cubs is scheduled for 5-Sep-18 at the Miller Park in Milwaukee. For complete itinerary of events, please visit our website.

Event Venue City Date
Milwaukee Brewers vs. Chicago Cubs Miller Park Milwaukee, WI Mon Jun 11 201806/11 07:10 PM
Milwaukee Brewers vs. Chicago Cubs Miller Park Milwaukee, WI Tue Jun 12 201806/12 07:10 PM
Milwaukee Brewers vs. Chicago Cubs Miller Park Milwaukee, WI Wed Jun 13 201806/13 01:10 PM
Milwaukee Brewers vs. Chicago Cubs Miller Park Milwaukee, WI Mon Sep 03 201809/03 01:10 PM
Milwaukee Brewers vs. Chicago Cubs Miller Park Milwaukee, WI Tue Sep 04 201809/04 07:10 PM
Milwaukee Brewers vs. Chicago Cubs Miller Park Milwaukee, WI Wed Sep 05 201809/05 07:10 PM

Milwaukee Brewers Vs Chicago Cubs Tickets Prices

The average price for Milwaukee Brewers Vs Chicago Cubs Tickets start from $59. The minimum get in price is $5 for Milwaukee Brewers Vs Chicago Cubs Tickets at the Miller Park, Milwaukee. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.

Name City Date Average Ticket Price Get In Price
(Minimum Price)
Milwaukee Brewers vs. Chicago Cubs Milwaukee 11-Jun-18 $59 $5
Milwaukee Brewers vs. Chicago Cubs Milwaukee 12-Jun-18 $65 $5
Milwaukee Brewers vs. Chicago Cubs Milwaukee 13-Jun-18 $78 $5
Milwaukee Brewers vs. Chicago Cubs Milwaukee 3-Sep-18 $88 $5
Milwaukee Brewers vs. Chicago Cubs Milwaukee 4-Sep-18 $67 $5
Milwaukee Brewers vs. Chicago Cubs Milwaukee 5-Sep-18 $67 $5

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