MILWAUKEE — Miller Park will soon be filled with the sights and sounds of the Brewers baseball season, but the team has a busy year planned off the field as well.
Whether it is raising money for local charities and non-profits or hanging out with fans, Brewers officials said players, their wives, alumni and the front office will continue to stay involved in charitable endeavors.
"We partner with several of our community partners with various activities from serving meals to visiting hospitals to visiting veterans," said Katina Shaw, Vice President of Community Relations and Fan Liason.
Cecelia Gore, executive director of the Brewers Community Foundation, said they support about 200 organizations annually in the areas of health, education, recreation and basic needs.
"I think we understand that our fans are important," said Gore. "Our community is important. And that our activities make a difference."