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They’re Back! You Can Still Get a Cardboard Cutout of Yourself to Attend Brewers Games

The Cutout Crew is back by popular demand.

After selling out an initial inventory in just 90 minutes last week, the Milwaukee Brewers have announced limited additional availability for the team’s “Cutout Crew.”
The simulated crowd consists of two-foot images of fan likenesses that will join the Bob Uecker “Last Row” statue in the upper reaches of Miller Park this season.
The Brewers are offering the cutouts as a way for fans to be in the stands for the 2020 season to celebrate Uecker’s 50th season as the voice of the Brew Crew and 65th season in Major League Baseball.



The Brewers “Cutout Crew” goes on sale at 10 a.m. Tuesday. Each cutout costs $50 with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the Brewers Community Foundation. Fans can upload a photo online and the two-foot cutout will be installed in seats either in or adjacent to Section 422 of Miller Park. 

Fans may catch a glimpse of themselves, and other special cutout guests, cheering on the Brewers during broadcasts of the team’s games this season on FOX Sports Wisconsin.

The Brewers will take the field later this month as the 2020 season, in an abbreviated 60-game format, finally gets underway after months of delay. Although fans can’t be at Miller Park in person due to restrictions stemming from the coronavirus pandemic, their images can be present in the stands instead. An initial allotment of 500 cutouts quickly sold out. The additional limited supply is available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

The Brewers installed the Uecker Last Row statue in 2014 as a tribute to the popular Miller Lite “All Stars” ad campaign that featured Uecker’s famous tagline, “I must be in the front row.” In those commercials, Uecker comically always ended up in the last row—as did his statue. For six years, the statue has sat alone atop Miller Park’s Terrace Level.
Specific directions on securing a seat and uploading a photo are available on



Rich Rovito is a freelance writer for Milwaukee Magazine.