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On July 14, 1999, three construction workers lost their lives when the Lampson "Big Blue" crane collapsed during construction.
At the home plate plaza is a pair of sculptures of the two greatest baseball players to have ever played in Milwaukee, Henry Aaron and Robin Yount.
The 12,000-ton roof is the only fan-shaped retractable roof in North America.
During the "seventh inning stretch" Miller Park has become famous for its sausage race where people dressed as a hot dog, a Polish sausage, an Italian sausage and a bratwurst race around the playing field.
The 7-panel, retractable roof take about ten minutes to either open or close.
Site of the 2002 Major League Baseball All-Star Game, which is the only one to ever end in a tie.
The stadium contains 70,000 cubic yards of concrete, 1,576 steel foundation piles, 66 restrooms and weighs in at 500,000 tons.
The Brewers won 5 to 4 over the Cincinnati Reds in their inaugural game here on April 6, 2001.
This is considered to be the largest construction project ever carried out within the state of Wisconsin.
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