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Brewers (30-34) @ Giants (39-26) Game Thread #65

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The Brewers would like to forget last night's game. But with Bumgarner on the mound things don't look to get any easier today.

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The Giants absolutely trounced the Brewers last night in one to forget. But if you were hoping for a Brewers bounceback, you'll be saddened to learn that Madison Bumgarner is the pitcher they'll face tonight.

Of particular interest to Brewers fans is the return of Matt Garza. He's been sidelined for the entire season with an oblique strain. After missing so much time it's become clear that his 2018 option will not vest, but instead will become a rather cheap team option. Should he impress the rest of the season the Brewers could find themselves with an unexpectedly good trade commodity.

Today's Lineups

MILWAUKEE BREWERS SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS
Jonathan Villar - SS Denard Span - CF
Hernan Perez - RF Joe Panik - 2B
Ryan Braun - LF Brandon Belt - 1B
Jonathan Lucroy - C Buster Posey - C
Chris Carter - 1B Matt Duffy - 3B
Aaron Hill - 3B Brandon Crawford - SS
Scooter Gennett - 2B Angel Pagan - LF
Keon Broxton - CF Gregor Blanco - RF
Matt Garza - RHP Madison Bumgarner - LHP

Yesterday, in the first part of our Brewers "Choose Your Own Adventure", by a narrow margin, you chose to sit in the Club Level behind home plate. Let's see how that turned out.

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After waiting in line for tickets, you finally got to the front and got your options for where you could sit in the ballpark. It ended up turning into a lively discussion between your friends, taking a few minutes before you finally decided that you couldn't pass up the tickets behind home plate and chose to sit on the Club Level, figuring that the cost was worth the view.

Unfortunately, between the long line you were in and the debate that you had with your friends, it's now 6:55 pm and first pitch is just 15 minutes away. Looking at the home plate gates, the lines are pretty badly backed up as most people are arriving just now, and the lines are moving slowly. You're not sure if you will make it into the park in time for first pitch if you wait in line here. However, your friends suggest that if you head towards the left or right field gates, you might find a shorter line and get in quicker. What do you decide to do?

Poll

How will you enter Miller Park?

This poll is closed

  • 23%
    Wait it out in one of the lines behind home plate.
    (9 votes)
  • 44%
    Head towards the left field entrance.
    (17 votes)
  • 31%
    Head towards the right field entrance.
    (12 votes)
38 votes total Vote Now