The location of the Los Angeles Dodgers in Los Angeles gives them access to a few famous fans. Jaleel White, Judd Apatow, Rebel Wilson, the Kardashians, comedian Ken Jeong, John Legend and many more have all been spotted at games in Dodgers blue.
The Brewers also have famous fans. Some of them are currently playing a bit of basketball and football, so we probably will not see them during the Miller Park games. But that's not all we have in Milwaukee.
Here are some of the most famous and loyal fans of the Dodgers and the equivalent of Milwaukee.
Earvin "Magic" Johnson may have spent his youth in Michigan, but he is all-in on sports teams in Los Angeles. He is president of the Lakers and co-owner of the Dodgers, so chances are that he is now in Miller Park.
Johnson played in the NBA for 13 years, all for the Lakers. He is 6 feet 9 inches tall, making him one of the highest point guards in the game. He won five NBA championships and won an Olympic gold medal in 1992.
Mitchell Burtchart is not as long as Magic Johnson (he is 6 feet 4 inches) and he does not have a sports team, but he played basketball for Waukesha West High School and he came early to warm up the Brewers. He grew up playing games with his family.
He said: "I have been a fan by high and low."
He may not have won an Olympic gold medal, but Burtchart is a proud member of the Air National Guard and a very proud Brewers fan.
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis met while they played opposite each other on "That & # 39; s 70s Show", which ran from 1998 to 2006 and took place in a fictional city in Wisconsin. Too bad they did not become fans of the Brewers. Instead, they applaud the Dodgers. Kutcher waved the Dodgers flag during the World Series last year. The couple married in 2015 and clearly share an affinity for the same team.
Ron and Stacey Pierce
Kutcher and Kunis have been married for three years, Stacey and Ron Pierce are married before 26 or maybe 27. It's 27. They've been Brewers fans for years. & # 39; They have played many of those games together, including three games in 1992 while they waited for Robin Yount to make his 3000th hit. They are here today and take selfies for the competition. They are just as cute as Kutcher and Kunis.
Rob Lowe is a bit famous. He is also a kind of fan of Dodgers. No, it feels like everything in Hollywood that Lowe touches gold is, starting with & # 39; The Outsiders & # 39; in 1983. You also have & # 39; St. Elmo & # 39; s Fire & # 39 ;, & # 39; The West Wing & # 39 ;, Parks & Recreation & # 39 ;, & # 39; Brothers and Sisters. "You get the idea. tweet about the playoff run of the Dodgers. And he waves that flag of Dodgers.
James Flegel (right) used messages for neighbors to get enough pocket money to come to the County Stadium. He has welcomed the Brewers since then. He came with a friend, Greg Lecher. (Photo: Lainey Seyler / Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
James Flegel is as handsome as Rob Lowe, and he loves the Brewers as much as Lowe loves the Dodgers. When Flegel was 10 and 11 years old, he would go shopping for his neighbors and they paid him $ 5, which was enough to get tickets to sit in the outskirts of the County Stadium and get some snacks.
Like Lowe, Flegel became an adult in the eighties. He was at the last home game in 1982 before continuing to the playoffs. He also watched Robin Yount make his 3000th hit live. He has never been nominated for an Academy Award, but he is most proud of his son, Andrew, who is now a football coach at Oak Creek High School.
In 2015 comedian Will Ferrell went to spring training. He played all nine baseball positions for 10 different teams, including the Dodgers (he pitched a third of an inning). It was for a HBO special. He has been spotted in games, especially in the playoffs. But he will not fit tonight.
Don Kneiert (left) celebrates his 80th birthday with his son Jeff Kneiert by watching the Brewers play the Los Angeles Dodgers in the first game of the NLCS October 12, 2018. (Photo: Lainey Seyler / Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
Will Ferrell may have played in a number of MLB games, but Don Kneiert almost permanently joined the team. In the mid-fifties, when Kneiert was only 15 or 16 years old, he was recruited to try the Milwaukee Braves. He did not make the team, but he did not stop playing shortstop. He played for years for the Land O & # 39; Lakes League.
Today is his 80th birthday and Kneiert's children bought him tickets for the playoffs game. Kneiert may not have played the lead role in Hollywood blockbuster comedies, but he is most proud of raising his children Jeff Kneiert (who came with him to the game), Jackie Green and Joy Asta.
The Dodgers may want to throw actress Jessica Alba. She threw away the opening field for the Dodgers when they played the Brewers in 2014. And she barely missed the battle zone when she threw from the real hill (no short throws for Mrs. Alba).
Cindy Rogers is ready to catch a flying ball at the first NLCS race of the Brewers against the Los Angeles Dodgers on October 12, 2018. Her son Matthew Rogers (right) has a back-up. (Photo: Lainey Seyler / Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
Like Jessica Alba, Cindy Rogers played softball and baseball. She was a jug. She also coached her son's baseball team. She has not discarded an opening pitch yet, but she is available.
Rogers has been a fan of Brewers for a long time. She was in high school when the brewers won the flag in 1982 and remember the excitement well. She went to 25-30 competitions this year and she is ready to catch fly balls. She comes out on Sunday, even if her family can not come.
Rogers does not have her own beauty care line, but she is very proud of the work she is doing as a nurse in the Veterans Affairs hospital. She served in the Navy for 22 years as a nurse on a medical mission ship to Haiti.
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