About Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Club, Inc.
The Brew Crew tries to keep Milwaukee baseball fans intoxicated all summer long. The Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Club joined the American League in 1969 as the Seattle Pilots (it moved to Wisconsin a year later; a realignment in 1998 shifted the team to the National League) and has made one World Series appearance, a losing effort to the
St. Louis Cardinals
in 1982. Playing host first at Milwaukee's County Stadium and later at Miller Park, the team has featured Hall of Fame players including Paul Molitor and Robin Yount. Mark Attanasio, an investment banker from Los Angeles, purchased the team in 2005 from the family of
Major League Baseball
commissioner Bud Selig.