County Stadium 1

Eddie Mathews

N. L. Home Run Leader (47)

Eddie Mathews (MIL)

1953

Warren Spahn 4

N. L. Co-Wins Leader (23)

Warren Spahn (MIL)

1953

Warren Spahn 11

N. L. ERA Leader (2.10)

Warren Spahn (MIL)

1953

Bruton Bill 1729.68WTc NBL

N. L. Stolen Base Leader (26)

Bill Bruton (MIL)

1953

Bill Bruton 2

N. L. Stolen Base Leader (34)

Bill Bruton (MIL)

1954

1954-jim-wilson

No Hitter:

Jim Wilson

6-12-54

vs. Philadelphia Phillies (2-0)

Eddie Matthews - SI

First Issue of Sports Illustrated

County Stadium – Eddie Mathews

August 16th, 1954

Bill Bruton 3

N. L. Stolen Base Leader (25)

Bill Bruton (MIL)

1955

1955-as

July 12th, 1955

National League 6

American League 5

Hank Aaron 7

N. L. Batting Champion (.328)

Hank Aaron (MIL)

1956

Lew Burdette 2

N. L. ERA Leader (2.70)

Lew Burdette (MIL)

1956

Bill Bruton 4

N. L. Triples Leader (15)

Bill Bruton (MIL)

1956

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N. L. Most Valuable Player

Hank Aaron (MIL)

1957

Warren Spahn

Cy Young Award

Warren Spahn (MIL)

1957

Hank Aaron 2

N. L. Home Run Leader (44)

Hank Aaron (MIL)

1957

Warren Spahn 5

N. L. Wins Leader (21)

Warren Spahn (MIL)

1957

Hank Aaron Poses For News Cameramen

N. L. RBI Leader (132)

Hank Aaron (MIL)

1957

Warren Spahn 6

N. L. Co-Wins Leader (22)

Warren Spahn (MIL)

1958

1958 WS

Yankees Defeat Braves

Win World Series 4-3

October 9th, 1958

Eddie Mathews 2

N. L. Home Run Leader (46)

Eddie Mathews (MIL)

1959

Lew Burdette

N. L. Co-Wins Leader (21)

Lew Burdette (MIL)

1959

Warren Spahn 7

N. L. Co-Wins Leader (21)

Warren Spahn (MIL)

1959

Hank Aaron

N. L. Batting Champion (.355)

Hank Aaron (MIL)

1959

Joe Adcock

Harvey Haddix

Pitches 12 Perfect Innings

In Loss

May 26th, 1959

Warren Spahn 8

N. L. Co-Wins Leader (21)

Warren Spahn (MIL)

1960

Hank Aaron 10

N. L. RBI Leader (126)

Hank Aaron (MIL)

1960

Bill Bruton 5

N. L. Triples Leader (13)

Bill Bruton (MIL)

1960

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No Hitter:

Lew Burdette

8-18-60

vs. Philadelphia Phillies (1-0)

1960-warren-spahn-1

No Hitter:

Warren Spahn

9-16-60

vs. Phillies (4-0)

Warren Spahn 9

N. L. Co-Wins Leader (21)

Warren Spahn (MIL)

1961

Warren Spahn 12

N. L. ERA Leader (3.02)

Warren Spahn (MIL)

1961

1960-warren-spahn

No Hitter:

Warren Spahn

4-28-61

vs. Giants (1-0)

1961-willie-mays

Four Home Runs in One Game:

Willie Mays (SF)

April 30th, 1961

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300th Win:

Warren Spahn

August 11th, 1961

Hank Aaron 3

N. L. Co-Home Run Leader (44)

Hank Aaron (MIL)

1963

Hank Aaron 11

N. L. RBI Leader (130)

Hank Aaron (MIL)

1963

Ken Sanders

A.L. Fireman of the Year

Ken Sanders (MIL)

1971

Bonnie Brewer

Bonnie Brewer

1973 – 1979

Bernie Brewer county stadium

Bernie Brewer

1973 – 1984, 1993 – Present

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No Hitter:

Steve Busby (KC)

6-19-74

vs. Milwaukee Brewers (2-0)

George Scott

A. L. Co-Home Run Leader (36)

George Scott (MIL)

1975

Scott George MB76-364_FL_NBLMcWilliams

A. L. RBI Leader (109)

George Scott (MIL)

1975

Hank Aaron - RBI

Hank Aaron Breaks Babe Ruth’s

Career RBI Record (2,212)

May 1st, 1975

1975-as

July 15th, 1975

National League 6

American League 3

Barrelman

Barrelman

1975 – Present

Hank Aaron 755

Hank Aaron Hits

755th Home Run

July 20th, 1976

Hank Aaron Salute

Salute to Hank Aaron

September 17th, 1976

Gorman Thomas

A. L. Home Run Leader (45)

Gorman Thomas (MIL)

1979

Ben Ogilvie

A. L. Co-Home Run Leader (41)

Ben Ogilvie (MIL)

1980

Cecil Cooper

A. L. RBI Leader (122)

Cecil Cooper (MIL)

1980

Gary Ward

Cycle:

Gary Ward (MIN)

vs. Milwaukee Brewers

September 18th, 1980

Rollie Fingers 6

A. L. Most Valuable Player

Rollie Fingers (MIL)

1981

Rollie Fingers 5

A.L. Cy Young Award

Rollie Fingers (MIL)

1981

Rollie Fingers 4

A.L. Fireman of the Year

Rollie Fingers (MIL)

1981

Milwaukee Brewers

A. L. Co-Wins Leader (14)

Pete Vuckovich (MIL)

1981

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A. L. Most Valuable Player

Robin Yount (MIL)

1982

Pete Vuckovich

A.L. Cy Young Award

Pete Vuckovich (MIL)

1982

Gorman Thomas 2

A. L. Co-Home Run Leader (39)

Gorman Thomas (MIL)

1982

MLB Photos Archive

A. L. Co-RBI Leader (126)

Cecil Cooper (MIL)

1983

Robin Yount 4

A. L. Triples Leader (10)

Robin Yount (MIL)

1983

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3,000th Strikeout:

Don Sutton

June 24th, 1983

Paul Molitor

Paul Molitor (MIL)

Steals 2nd, 3rd & Home

1st Inning

vs. Oakland A’s

July 26th, 1987

Robin Yount 5

A. L. Co-Triples Leader (11)

Robin Yount (MIL)

1988

Major League

1989

Baseball Scenes Filmed

at County Stadium

Yount Robin 555-2005_Act_NBL

A. L. Most Valuable Player

Robin Yount (MIL)

1989

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300th Win:

Nolan Ryan

July 31st, 1990

Paul Molitor 3

A. L. Co-Triples Leader (13)

Paul Molitor (MIL)

1991

Cecil Fielder

Cecil Fielder Hits Home Run

Out of County Stadium

September 14th, 1991

Pat Listach, Don Mattingly

A.L. Rookie of the Year

Pat Listach (MIL)

1992

Sausage Race

Sausage Race

June 27th, 1993

County Stadium - Final Game

Last Brewers Game

September 28th, 2000

Helfaer Field

Helfaer Little League Field

Stands at County Stadium Site

Aaron 755 Marker

Hank Aaron

Home Run #755 Marker

April 17th, 2007