The Milwaukee Brewers, according to multiple reports, are “contemplating” whether to relocate amid negotiations for taxpayer-funded renovations to American Family Field. This more than likely is a negotiating tactic to scare government officials into helping get the $448 million in renovations needed, but should the relocation efforts become more serious one popular Wisconsin city has been listed as a possible relocation site.
Green Bay, Wisconsin listed as a relocation site for the Milwaukee Brewers (MLB News).
Alicia de Artola of Fansided linked Green Bay to the Brewers and went into exquisite detail as to how this could be a win-win for the state of Wisconsin.
The Brewers and MLB would have to consider the idea of staying in the Wisconsin area. Instead of leaving the state completely, just move north to Green Bay, where a new stadium near Lambeau Field would only make the development of Titletown move valuable
The Green Bay Brewers may not be the ideal outcome for fans in Milwaukee, but it would certainly be preferable to have the team move 100 miles rather than 500+ miles away.
Milwaukee will be home to the Brewers until at least 2030, which is when their current lease expires. A lot can transpire between now and then, but the goal should be keeping Major League Baseball in the state of Wisconsin.
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