Several of my out-of-state friends asked me to do some investigative reporting on the mysterious "Brewers girl," who sits by herself behind home plate at Miller Park.
I shook off the request, as my stalking skills could probably be used for better journalistic endeavors. Fortunately, Deadspin took the ball and ran with it, and discovered that she's Amy Williams from Oshkosh.
And yes, she has a Twitter profile. "Front-Row Amy" is @BrewerGirl823.
Mystery solved, dudes. You're welcome.
CWebb | Oct. 13, 2011 at 11:42 a.m. (report)
I just spit my pizza out. My husband and I have been commenting on this chick for about 6 months now as we watch the games, she is at EVERY game. We call her Boobs McGee. OMG. This is hilarious.
I volunteer to hold her in my custody until the season is over.
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