Brewers license plates

March 25th, 2010

Pretty exciting news today as the Brewers will be unleashing their own line of license plates that will be available to Wisconsin car owners. We don't have a picture of them yet, but I imagine they will involve the Brewers' "M" logo and the word "Wisconsin" somewhere on the plate. Just a guess. These plates will help generate funds to pay back the construction costs of Miller Park and cost an extra $25 a year.

While we don't have a picture of the new Brewers license plates we do have pictures of some of the current Brewers license plates. Surprisingly, many of the Brewers are fans of the personalized plate. Who knew?

Amazingly CRAIG COUNSELL has had the same license plate number since he was sixteen.

PRINCE FIELDER has this on his "game day car".

And this on his minivan, which is kind of cute really.

Whether he returns this year or not, JEFF SUPPAN's plate remains sad but true.

MANNY PARRA doesn't show much confidence in his plate.

And COREY HART's plate isn't that surprising really.

But perhaps not as unsurprising as RYAN BRAUN.

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5 comments on “Brewers license plates

  1. Anonymous on said:

    wow….lol ryan’s is cool

  2. Anonymous on said:

    manny parra’s plate nearly had me falling off of the couch. one of my life’s baseball highlights was being at the game last year that got parra sent down to AAA mid-season. that’ll be a lifer for me. i don’t even think it was against the cubs, as we go up for about 10 games a year proper. i know you’d know.

  3. Anonymous on said:

    @Some Random Drunk: I too was at that game. It was an Interleague game against the White Sox and Doug basically went down to the clubhouse with Manny’s bags packed.

  4. Anonymous on said:

    Strange, I was there too. Boy did he get shelled that game. 6 runs in the 2nd inning I believe?

  5. Anonymous on said:

    I was at the game after that where Suppan hit a go ahead single when the crowd was booing since Macha didn’t put in a pinch hitter. It justified his contract alone seeing the White Sox assholes cry.

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