Milwaukee Brewers unveil Bob Uecker statue at Miller Park

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MILWAUKEE -- The Milwaukee Brewers unveiled a statue honoring Hall of Fame broadcaster Bob Uecker at Miller Park's Home Plate Plaza on Friday, August 31st.

Uecker’s statue joins those of Hank Aaron, Commissioner Allan H. “Bud” Selig and Robin Yount, which were unveiled on April 5, 2001, the first year of Miller Park’s existence.

The first two statues were donated by the Allan H. (Bud) Selig Foundation.

The statue is cast in bronze, measures over seven feet in height not including the base, and was designed and produced by Brian Maughan, who (along with Douglas Kwart) also created the Aaron, Selig and Yount statues.

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