MILWAUKEE — The Brewers are set to unveil a new attraction honoring former owner Bud Selig's long association with the team.
The "Selig Experience" makes its public debut May 29 when the Brewers play Arizona. It will be free to any fan ticketed for a game at Miller Park, and will be open year-round as well.
Located in the left-field corner on the loge level, the exhibit will tell the story of Selig's role in bringing the Brewers to Milwaukee and promoting baseball in his hometown. It will also feature a replica of his office at the old County Stadium.
Selig's family controlled the Brewers until selling the team to Mark Attanasio in 2005. Selig also served nearly two decades as baseball commissioner until retiring in January.