Milwaukee is a city with an array of professional sports teams. You can always find a sporting event within the city including baseball, basketball, hockey and much more. You should never miss the chance of watching live sporting event in Milwaukee, Wis.
Some of the best teams in the Milwaukee are listed below:
1. Milwaukee Brewers, 2. Milwaukee Bucks, 3. Milwaukee Admirals
A Major League Baseball team, Milwaukee Brewers is based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The team was established in 1969 and currently is a member of Central Division of the National League. In 1982, the team won its first AL Pennant. The team plays their home games at Miller Park, a baseball stadium located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
The team is also known as: "The True Blue Brew Crew," "The Brew Crew" or even simply "The Crew”. In 1970, the team shifted to Milwaukee from Seattle. In 2001, the team moved from Milwaukee County Stadium to Miller Park.
On April 22, 2006, the Brewers set an MLB record with five home runs in one inning, the fourth frame of an 11-0 defeat of the Cincinnati Reds. In 2006, the Milwaukee Brewers trudged the season with an unimpressive win average of .494.
A professional basketball team, Milwaukee Bucks is based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The team was established in 1968 and play in the National Basketball Association (NBA). Larry Krystkowiak is the current head coach of the team.
During their second season, the team made the playoffs and in their third season, the Bucks won the world championship. In 1993 during their 25th anniversery, the Bucks changed their uniforms, replacing the cartoonish deer in favor of a more regal one and also red color was replaced by purple. The team finished its 2002-03 season with the record of 42-40 and also made the playoffs.
The team plays their home games at Bradley Center, an indoor arena in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The team’s colors are: hunter green, deep red, silver, and white. Since their foundation, the team has won one League Championship (1971), two Conference titles (1971, 1974) and thirteen Division titles (1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1976, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, and 2001).
A professional ice hockey team, Milwaukee Admirals is based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The team was established in 1970 and is a member of the West Division of the Western Conference in the American Hockey League. The team plays their home games at Bradley Center, an indoor arena in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
The team was founded as Milwaukee Wings but later on sold to a group of investors who changed the name of the team as Milwaukee Admirals. Their first season was not very successful and finished the season with 11-35. In 1976, the Admirals won the USHL league championship. During 2003-04 season, the team won Calder Cup. In 2006, the team won their second division title.
Claude Noel is the current head coach of the team. The logo of the team consists of a cartoon skull wearing an admiral's hat and its colors are: silver, black, and ice blue. On 2nd March 2007, the Admirals signed a five-year partnership with Wisconsin AAA Hockey who is going to sponsor the youth team that will be known as the Milwaukee Junior Admirals.