Wednesday April 1st, 2015

Baseball fans know that the finest day of the year is Opening Day, and Brewers starter Kyle Lohse is doing what he can to make sure fans can get to Miller Park for the big day.

Packers' Aaron Rodgers to appear on Celebrity Jeopardy

Lohse and the Brewers have tweeted a series of notes so fans can leave work on April 6.

Second baseman Scooter Gennett has you covered if it is a social engagement keeping you away from the ballpark for the team's first game.

Roundup of athletes' April Fools' Day jokes

The team has a whole website for a variety of people, from teachers to coaches, who might try to stop you from watching the game against the Rockies available at Brewers.com/excuses.

Brendan Maloy

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