Full power was restored Sunday at Miller Park as cleanup work from Thursday's flooding on the service level continues to progress at a rapid pace.
"We're ready to play baseball on Tuesday, and we're pleased to report that the fan experience will be very comfortable," said Rick Schlesinger, Brewers Executive Vice President – Business Operations. "We want to extend our utmost appreciation to the many contractors and employees who have worked around the clock to make this possible. Their quick response to the flooding was nothing less than phenomenal and allowed us to be operational for the upcoming homestand."
The Milwaukee Brewers Administrative Offices will open as usual at 9 a.m. The Brewers return to action at Miller Park at 7:05 p.m. Tuesday against the Minnesota Twins. "There is still significant work ongoing in the Service Level, but all areas are suitable for hosting our games," Schlesinger said. "Efforts will continue for an extended period as water damage throughout the Service Level was substantial. However, the repairs will be invisible to fans as the field, seating areas, and main concourses were not affected by the water damage."
The Brewers homestand will include nine total games, with three each against the Twins (June 23-25), Giants (June 26-28), and Mets (June 29-July 1).