Inside the haunted Pfister Hotel which MLB stars refuse to stay in and go for Milwaukee AirBnBs instead over ghost fears

Inside the haunted Pfister Hotel which MLB stars refuse to stay in and go for Milwaukee AirBnBs instead over ghost fears


THE Pfister Hotel is notorious for Ghost rumors and MLB stars want no part in staying there.

The legendary Milwaukee hotel was built in 1893 and is widely speculated to be haunted by paranormal spirits.

The Milwaukee hotel is used by MLB visiting teams

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The Milwaukee hotel is used by MLB visiting teamsCredit: Website/Milwaukee Mag
Dodgers’ Mookie Betts opts for Airbnb over haunted Milwaukee hotel

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Dodgers’ Mookie Betts opts for Airbnb over haunted Milwaukee hotelCredit: EPA
The Pfister is one of two “haunted” hotels used by MLB teams

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The Pfister is one of two “haunted” hotels used by MLB teamsCredit: Getty

Throughout the years, MLB teams that have stayed there have experienced unusual activity. 

And this has prompted some MLB stars to opt to stay elsewhere.

Los Angeles Dodgers star Mookie Betts chose to stay in an Airbnb with friends when the Dodgers’ had a three-game set with the Brewers in Milwaukee.

He expressed to the Orange County Register that he did not want to take any chances.

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“You can tell me what happened after,” Betts stated.

 “I just don’t want to find out myself.”

Well, some players did find out.

Bryce Harper of the Philadelphia Phillies shared his experience at the hotel.

“I laid a pair of jeans and a shirt on that table at the foot of the bed,” Harper explained to ESPN

“When I woke up in the morning — I swear on everything — the clothes were on the floor, and the table was on the opposite side of the room.” 

New York Yankees slugger Giancarlo Staton compared it to a hunted house.

“It reminds me of the Disneyland Haunted House. The less time I’m there, the better.”

Former MLB all-star Brandon Phillips explained his room appliances turned on out of nowhere. 

“I came into the room and just sat on the bed. Then, for some reason, the damn radio turned on. So I turned it off and got in the shower.”

“When I was done, that motherf—er had turned back on.”

And another former MLB star Michael Young said he heard walking during the night.

“I was lying in bed after a night game, and I was out. My room was locked, but I heard these footsteps inside my room, stomping around.”

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The Pfister isn’t the only “haunted” hotel used by MLB teams.

Tampa’s Florida Renaissance Vinoy Resort has a similar reputation.





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