The Milwaukee Brewers were the Seattle Pilots before Bud Selig bought the team and moved them to Milwaukee to replace the Milwaukee Braves. The Brewers are a small market team and have not had much success since making the World Series in 1982. The opening of Miller Park was a major accomplishment for Bud Selig as this increased the value of the franchise and allowed the team to remain in Milwaukee. The Selig family would sell the Brewers in 2004 for a large profit and now he is able to focus on his duties as the commissioner of baseball. After going over 25 years without a postseason berth, the Brewers finally broke that streak in 2008 by winning the wild card.
The Brewers were founded in 1969 and have won zero World Series. The Brewers currently play in the National League Central Division and are located in Milwaukee, WI. The Milwaukee Brewers play their home games at Miller Park.
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