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From BR Bullpen
Milwaukee is the largest city in the state of Wisconsin (19th largest in the United States), located on the western shore of Lake Michigan. It is home to Marquette University and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
 Teams that have played here
- Milwaukee Grays, National League (1878)
- Milwaukee Brewers, Northwestern League (1884)
- Milwaukee Brewers, Union Association (1884.09-10)
- Milwaukee Cream Citys, Western League (1885)
- Milwaukee Cream Citys, Northwestern League (1886-1887)
- Milwaukee Milwaukees, Western Association (1888-1889)
- Milwaukee Brewers, Western Association (1890-1891)
- Milwaukee Brewers, American Association (1891)
- Milwaukee Brewers, Western League (1892, 1894-1899)
- Milwaukee Creams, Western League (1902-1903)
- Milwaukee Brewers, American League (1900-1901)
- Milwaukee Brewers, American Association (1902-1952)
- Milwaukee Creams, Wisconsin-Illinois League (1913)
- Milwaukee Bears, Negro National League (1923)
- Milwaukee Chicks, AAGPBL (1944)
- Milwaukee Braves, National League (1953-1965)
- Milwaukee Brewers, American League (1970-1998)
- Milwaukee Brewers, National League (1999-present)
In addition, two American League clubs have played "home away from home" games in Milwaukee. The Chicago White Sox played a series of Sunday home games in Milwaukee in 1968 and 1969. In 2007, the Cleveland Indians hosted a 3-game series against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim at Miller Park due to continuous snow-outs at Jacobs Field.
 Further Reading
- Dennis Pajot: The Rise of Milwaukee Baseball: The Cream City from Midwestern Outpost to the Major Leagues, 1859-1901, McFarland, Jefferson, NC, 2009.
- Brian A. Podoll: The Minor League Milwaukee Brewers 1859-1952 © 2003 McFarland & Co., Inc.