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Written by Maury Brown   
Thursday, 18 February 2010 16:33

Brewers Alternative Jersey

The Milwaukee Brewers today introduced alternate road jersey tops that the team will begin wearing occasionally during the 2010 season.  The uniforms were unveiled today in Phoenix at the Brewers Spring Training headquarters, Maryvale Baseball Park, as well as at Miller Park.

The navy blue jersey will feature “Milwaukee” in white script across the front.  This season, it will feature the 40th anniversary logo patch on the sleeve.  The primary road jersey top (gray with “Brewers” script across the chest) returns in 2010 with the only change being the inclusion of the Anniversary patch.

The new uniform top will be available exclusively at the Brewers Team Store by Majestic at Miller Park and at the FanZone Store at Maryvale Baseball Park beginning tomorrow morning.  Throughout the month of February, shoppers will receive two FREE Brewers tickets to an upcoming game with the purchase of the new jersey.

If the jersey is purchased at the Brewers Team Store by Majestic at Miller Park, the tickets will be for one of three select games in April.  If the jersey is purchased at the FanZone at Maryvale, the two tickets will be for a 2010 Spring Training game at Maryvale Baseball Park.  The jersey will be exclusive to the Brewers Team Store by Majestic and the FanZone in Maryvale for the month of February.

Source: Milwaukee Brewers

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