The Milwaukee Brewers apparently need to make upgrades to their stadium, and fast.
That’s according to a new report from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on MLB commissioner Rob Manfred.
The report claims that Manfred is currently in town to hold a press conference. Manfred’s expected to discuss the state of American Family Field, the Brewers’ home, and what should be done to fix it.
At the press conference, he’s expected to explain that the team need to commit to $400+ million in upgrades to the aging building.
And threaten them with potential relocation if they don’t agree to get a plan finalized.
The Brewers current lease runs through 2030, with a new lease associated with the improvements extending the agreement through 2043.
American Family Field, formerly Miller Park, opened in 2001, with only minor changes made in 2011.
But Manfred wants the Brewers to improve seating areas, concourses and other public spaces. Upgrades would keep the