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Sports Christian Yelich is giving away 10,000 Brewers tickets as a 'thank you' to fans

20:01  15 september  2021
20:01  15 september  2021 Source:   usatoday.com

Vogelbach slam in 9th caps comeback, Brewers shock Cards 6-5

  Vogelbach slam in 9th caps comeback, Brewers shock Cards 6-5 MILWAUKEE (AP) — Daniel Vogelbach relishes having the opportunity to change the complexion of a game with one swing of the bat. He made the most of that chance Sunday and delivered one of the most memorable moments in the Milwaukee Brewers' charmed season. Vogelbach delivered a pinch-hit grand slam off Alex Reyes to cap a five-run rally in the ninth inning that gave the NL Central-leading Brewers a 6-5 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals. “I enjoy being in those situations, whether I fail or whether I succeed,” Vogelbach said after hitting his first career walk-off homer and the first by any Brewers player this season.

As a "thank you" to fans, Christian Yelich purchased 10,000 tickets for the Milwaukee Brewers upcoming series against the St. Louis Cardinals to give away to fans for free, the team announced Wednesday.

a baseball player holding a bat: Aug 30, 2021; San Francisco, California, USA; Milwaukee Brewers left fielder Christian Yelich (22) hits an RBI single against the San Francisco Giants in the second inning at Oracle Park. Mandatory Credit: John Hefti-USA TODAY Sports © John Hefti / USA TODAY Sports Aug 30, 2021; San Francisco, California, USA; Milwaukee Brewers left fielder Christian Yelich (22) hits an RBI single against the San Francisco Giants in the second inning at Oracle Park. Mandatory Credit: John Hefti-USA TODAY Sports

Starting Wednesday morning, Yelich's tickets will be available to the public on a first-come, first-served basis, the Brewers website said.

Brewers' Burnes, Hader combine for MLB record 9th no-hitter

  Brewers' Burnes, Hader combine for MLB record 9th no-hitter CLEVELAND (AP) — In a sometimes sticky season, Corbin Burnes got a grip on history. Milwaukee's ace combined with reliever Josh Hader to pitch baseball’s record ninth no-hitter this season, breaking a mark set when pitchers began throwing overhand in 1884 as the Brewers beat the Cleveland Indians 3-0 on Saturday night. Months after Major League Baseball clamped down on pitchers' use of illicit foreign substances following a rash of early no-hitters, Burnes cemented 2021 as the Season of the No-No with just the second no-hitter in Brewers history. “It was a masterpiece,” Milwaukee manager Craig Counsell said.

People can redeem up to four free tickets per game for Sept. 20, 21, 22 and 23.

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The offer is only available online and per ticket fees will apply, the website said. Tickets will be delivered, digitally, by Friday.

For more information or to access the tickets, visit mlb.com/brewers/tickets/specials/yelich.

This article originally appeared on Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Christian Yelich is giving away 10,000 Brewers tickets as a 'thank you' to fans

Brewers' Burnes, Hader combine to no-hit Indians in 3-0 win .
CLEVELAND (AP) — Milwaukee ace Corbin Burnes combined with reliever Josh Hader to pitch baseball’s record ninth no-hitter this season, breaking a mark set when pitchers began throwing overhand in 1884 as the Brewers beat the Cleveland Indians 3-0 on Saturday night. Burnes (10-4) struck out 14 with 115 pitches over eight innings, taking a perfect game into the seventh while overpowering the Indians, who were no-hit for the third time in 2021. This time is was by Burnes — who has become a Cy Young contender as the Brewers run away with the NL Central — and Hader, one of the game’s top closers.

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