Outside of the dinner, the club also head a big Easter egg hunt for the families.
More than just dinner and family time, all of this accomplishes a bigger goal: building comradery around a club dealing with the pressure of high expectations and the grind of playing through an MLB season.
It's the same reason the Brewers put together their now famous Sandlot video.
"Sometimes you’ll be winning eight straight games, and sometimes, unfortunately, you’ll go through the four, five game losing streaks," Jacob Barnes told Fox during Spring Training. "If you kind of keep that fun atmosphere and not dwell on the negative stuff, keep it loose in the clubhouse, it goes a long way.”
But togetherness isn't limited to the team on field, the organization's goal in 2018 is a build a community around the Brewers throughout the state of Wisconsin.
It's clear what the Brewers are going for in 2018. In the current MLB climate of glitz and glamour from the big bats of New York, Los Angeles and Chicago, the Brewers are holding onto a tight-knit, community-based feel that they hope can propel them to the playoffs.