Brewers players Narváez, Urías visit health clinic to promote 'Cerveceros Night'
WEST ALLIS, Wis. (CBS 58) -- Patients and health care workers got the chance to meet Brewers heroes up close during a visit to Aurora's Six Points Health Clinic on Monday, Aug. 29.
Along with pictures with Brewers catcher Omar Narváez and shortstop Luis Urías, fans also got signed baseballs, autographed special edition Brewers soccer jerseys, bobbleheads and tickets to a game.
"[We're] trying to make people happy and do everything we can for our community," Narváez told reporters. "At the end of the day we're humans, and everything we can to help to show people we're not just players, we're humans still, we're human beings, and like I said, everything we can do to help."
The visit is meant to promote "Cerveceros Night" for the Brewers -- an event sponsored by Aurora Health Care.
That night, the Brewers play the Yankees while also highlighting Hispanic heritage in the Milwaukee community.
For health care workers like Dr. Aldo Martinez, the visit is impactful as it shows the connection of both organizations reaching out to the Latino community and promoting a healthy lifestyle.
"It's been a lot of fun, you know, it's great to see some of the Brewers players come out to connect with the community and just a nice break to an otherwise normal day," Dr. Martinez told CBS 58.
"Cerveceros Night" is on Sept. 17.