Some MLB Fans Can Now Purchase Alcohol Through the Eighth Inning Thanks to a New Pitch Clock Rule

If you’ve ever wished you could keep buying brews past the seventh-inning stretch, you now might be in luck.

The Milwaukee Brewers are extending stadium alcohol sales beyond the standard seventh inning on a trial basis, per an MLB announcement. This change comes following the MLB’s adoption of a pitch timer in September 2022 in order to shorten games and create a quicker pace of play. Abbreviated games also mean smaller windows for fans to purchase alcohol, as beer typically stops flowing at stadiums at the end of the seventh inning.

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