Brewers sell two million tickets

The
Milwaukee Brewers Club has reached two million tickets sold for the 2007
season, marking the second-fastest climb to the milestone in team history.

The
two-million plateau was reached this morning. The team did not hit two million
sold last year until July 5. The earliest that the Club has reached this mark
for a season came on April 19 of 2001, the first year that the team played in
Miller Park.

“We
are experiencing excellent advance sales for games throughout the rest of the
year and expect to continue building on this momentum during the summer,”
said Brewers Executive Vice President – Business Operations Rick Schlesinger.

Through 24
home games, the Brewers average attendance is 31,044, compared to 23,745 in
2006. This represents an increase of 31% over last season, the third-best mark
among all Major League teams.