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1. Bernie Brewer: The official Mascot of the Milwaukee Brewers. He bears an uncanny resemblance to Robin Yount. At the very least he ...
2. Parking Checker: Milwaukee term for a city employee who enforces parking regulations. Parking checkers drive around in blue and whi...  
3. Pepperoni Cannoli Guy: Nickname for Frank Pecoraro, an older man who walks around the east side and goes into neighborhood bars with a sma...
4. Chach: A "chach" or "chachy" is a derogatory for a person of the fraternity persuasion who generally hangs out on water st...  
5. Southsider: By whom it is pronounced without the "h", i.e., "Sout Side"  
6. Flatlander: Term for someone from Illinois who is visiting Wisconsin. Specifically, this term seems to be used to refer to peo...  
7. Jim Purvis: The "notorious" owner/operator of Starship and Starship Tattoo. A pioneer for the last 25 years.  
8. Big Dog: This was the nickname for Milwaukee Bucks power forward Glenn Robinson. He was the first overall pick in 1994, with...  
9. Yovani Gallardo: Yovani Gallardo is a Mexican-born pitcher for the Milwaukee Brewers. He emerged in 2009 as the team's ace.  
10. Trevor Hoffman: The all-time saves leader in the Major Leagues and the Milwaukee Brewers star closer starting in 2009.  
11. Casey McGehee: McGehee started with the Milwaukee Brewers in 2009 and has played both second- and third base for the ball club.  
12. Mike Cameron: Mike Cameron found his home with the Brewers in 2008 as their centerfielder.  
13. Corey Hart: Corey Hart joined the Milwaukee Brewers in 2004 and has been a solid contributor for several years in right field.  
14. Felipe Lopez: Felipe Lopez is a solid middle infielder with a consistent bat. He has played for a number of teams, most recently ...  
15. Big Three: During the 2000-2001 NBA season, the Milwaukee Bucks' three stars, Sam Cassell, Ray Allen, and Glenn Robinson were ...  
 
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