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BREWERS DEMANDING FINANCIAL RECORDS REMAIN CONFIDENTIAL
Published June 7, 1995
The Brewers are adamant that their financial records remain confidential while funding options are discussed for a new stadium, according to the MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL. The Brewers recently provided the Governor's Milwaukee Stadium Commission with financial data on the condition that it be kept confidential. Brewers VP/Corporate Affairs Laurel Prieb: "I would make the case that we have rolled out our financials for those that are wondering. Basically, I suppose the public curiosity would be, did we make money or lose money. We have said that we would have lost $10.7M if the (1994) season had been carried out" (Bob Wolfley, MILWAUKEE JOURNAL/SENTINEL, 6/7).