Bob Uecker “Last Row” Statue honors Brewers legend Bob Uecker and the long-running Miller Lite “All-Stars” ad campaign that featured Uecker uttering his famous tagline, “I must be in the front row.” The statue sits atop the Uecker Seats in Miller Park’s Terrace Level (Section 422) and features an open seat next to it, allowing for a perfect photo opportunity. Photos and access to the statue are available during pregame only.
Hank Aaron 755th Home Run Plaque marks the approximate landing spot of Hank Aaron’s 755th home run ball is located in Brewers Parking Lot 1. Aaron hit his last home run in Milwaukee on July 20, 1976.
Miller Park Walk of Fame is a tribute to the greatest Milwaukee Brewers and Braves players, coaches, and executives, the Miller Park Walk of Fame on the Home Plate Plaza honors their career contributions and accomplishments. Home plates shaped in granite bear the names, numbers, and years of service of past inductees Hank Aaron, Lew Burdette, Cecil Cooper, Harry Dalton, Rollie Fingers, Jim Gantner, Harvey Kuenn, Johnny Logan, Eddie Mathews, Paul Molitor, Don Money, John Quinn, Allan H. (Bud) Selig, Warren Spahn, Gorman Thomas, Bob Uecker, and Robin Yount. This year, former Brewers pitcher Teddy Higuera will be honored with his plaque on the Walk of Fame. In addition, two legendary Milwaukee players, Hank Aaron and Robin Yount, along with retired Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig and the legendary Bob Uecker, are further immortalized at the Home Plate Gate where their statues grace the plaza area.
The retired uniform numbers of Hank Aaron (44), Rollie Fingers (34), Robin Yount (19), and Paul Molitor (4) along with that of Jackie Robinson (42) are proudly displayed at Miller Park on the roof track beam on either side of the scoreboard. The number 50 was added in 2005 to honor Bob Uecker’s 50 years in professional baseball. This year, the Brewers will honor former Baseball Commissioner and former Brewers Owner Bud Selig by retiring uniform #1, a nod to Selig’s status as the Brewers “First Fan” when he brought Major League Baseball back to Milwaukee.
As mentioned before, be sure to look out for the Brewer’s Wall of Honor in the stadium. Acutally, last friday commemorates the 1 year anniversary of the reveal of the Wall! June 13th! This wall is really cool, because it only honors about 60 of the most well known MLB players to play on that field and for the Brewers.
The Wall of Honor allows Brewer fans of all levels to reminisce in the greats of days past. The Uecker statue in the last row of the Uecker seats is pretty cool. Also the marking in the parking lot where Aaron hit his last home run is pretty neat to reflect on in Milwaukee and MLB history.
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