Love/Like/Hate: Brewers 2019 Promotions
This is a bit of a new blog post for the people. We’re going to look at the Brewers promotions for the 2019 season. It’s crazy that we live in the year 2019, and I graduated high school 12 years ago. That’s wild. Baseball will be at a fever pitch this year. Just like after 2011, people will be soaring high with Brewers fandom and cheering on the team. The promotions had to come with their best with expectations being high. They did do that with most things they have upcoming yet there are a few questionable ones.
Now presenting: the Brewers 2019 Giveaways Schedule. (Spoiler Alert: Your bobblehead collection is about to get a whole lot bigger.) pic.twitter.com/dMJqu456Hp
— Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) December 12, 2018
Christian Yelich MVP Bobblehead (June 9th) – Here we go. This will be one of the bigger collectables of the season. Yelich with the MVP trophy in his hand seems like an instant collectors item for bobblehead fans.
16 oz can holder – Brewers aren’t dumb here. They know that fans like to enjoy their tallboys in the stands and in the parking lot. My guess is we’ll see a harder version of a coozie. Almost like what you see with a Yeti coozie. That’s probably what you’re getting from the Brewers.
Prince Fielder bobblehead – This could definitely go in the love category. There is a Price bobblehead from the past, so, this isn’t exactly the first time we’ve seen it but if it means a return visit from Prince, I’m always good with that.
Trucker Hat – Yessssss, we need to bring trucker hats fully back. I’ve been wearing them for the last two or three years. They got a bad rap in the early 2000s because of ‘Von Dutch.’ Britney Spears and Nicole Richie blew up the trucker hat phase, and now, it’s back because people like me with big heads find them easy to wear.
Fanny Pack – Wasn’t this in for a little while a couple years ago? Who actually rocks fanny packs? Is this something college girls do and I’m just out of touch? Very well could be. It took me months before I started to listen to Mo Bamba in a recent edition of ‘Charlie getting old.’