For 9-year-old Brewers fan Jaxon, his wish to have a miniature version of Miller Park became an opportunity to show Major League thanks for the support of his small town.
Even though Jaxon comes from a small town, he’s always had big league dreams. After a year-long battle with brain cancer, the 9-year-old Brewers fan wanted to do something big to commemorate his clean bill of health. Moreover, he and his family wanted to pay forward all the kindness they'd received from their neighbors in Richland Center, Wisconsin throughout months of difficult radiation and chemotherapy treatments.
After hearing about the Little Fenway Wiffleball Park built in Vermont, Jaxon knew that he wanted to have his own version of Milwaukee's Miller Park. It would be a cool place for him and his friends to play ball, but could also be used to hold special events and fundraisers to give back to the community that had shown them so much support.
Most of all, Jaxon's family hopes that Brew Crew Park can help raise funds to help grant the wishes of other local children who are living with life-threatening medical conditions. It's a way for Jaxon's wish to keep making an impact on his community -- and for his community to share the power of a wish® with children in need.