The best-known Brewer, Ryan Braun - simply went with his jersey number in Spanish: "Ocho."
First baseman Eric Thames spent several years playing baseball in Korea, so it's fitting his nickname is "Sang Namja" - "Real Man" in Korean.
Could star-in-the-making Orlando Arcia's "El Nino" jersey be a nod to Brewers great Robin Yount? It translates to "The Kid" in English, a name Yount went by during his time in Milwaukee.
Outfielder Domingo Santana can put on a show with his home run stroke - perhaps that's why he chose "Showmingo" as his nickname.
Brewers third baseman Travis Shaw only had one real choice for his nickname - "Mayor-DDC." That's short for the Mayor of Ding Dong City. Shaw has hit 24 homers so far this season, good for 2nd on the roster.
Catcher Manny Pina, one of the surprises of the 2017 Brewers, chose "Pineapple" - Pina in Spanish.
Pitcher Josh Hader went with "Haderade," a play on his last name.
Can you guess why starting pitcher Matt Garza's nickname is "The Count"? It may have to do with his facial hair...
First baseman Jesus Aguilar will be going with "Dino" for his nickname.
Starting pitcher Chase Anderson, currently on the DL, has chosen "Texas," his birth state.
All-Star closer Corey Knebel went with "Bird Dog" for his nickname because... yeah, sure.
Does starting pitcher Jimmy Nelson have odor issues? The "Big Sweat" nickname certianly raises some questions.
Former Oakland A's catcher Stephen Vogt went with "I Believe" for his nickname, an homage to the "I believe in Stephen Vogt" chants that sometimes break out during his at-bats.
Rookie outfielder Brett Phillips chose "Maverick" as his nickname. That's interesting because it's actually his middle name.
Starting pitcher Zach Davies doesn't handle the bat much - but he still chose "Bat Boy" as his nickname.
Newbie pitcher Brent Suter chose "The Raptor" for his nickame - a reference to the unique wind-up motion and approach on the mound that some have said looks like a velociraptor. Oh - he also has the Jurassic Park theme for his walk-up music.
Super utility player Hernan Perez had an interesting choice for his nickname. "Pan Blanco" translates to "white bread" in English.
Utility infielder Eric Sogard is known for his bespectacled look, prompting the "Nerd Power" nickname.
Second baseman Jonathan Villar went the last name route, chosing "Villi" for his jersey.
Bullpen pitcher Oliver Drake goes by "Bucko."
Bullpen pitcher Carlos Torres will be known as "El Carnicero," which is Spanish for "the butcher."
Bullpen pitcher Jacob Barnes is channeling his inner "Caveman" for Players Weekend.
Catcher Jett Bandy, who better know the difference between a sinker and a slider, went with those pitch types for his "Sinker-Slider" nickname.
Pitcher Junior Guerra, no longer on the active roster, has a "Cabezon" nickname jersey.
Relief pitcher Jared Hughes chose "Bull" for his jersey nickname.
Newly-acquired bulpen pitcher Anthony Swarzak presumably derived "Swarzy" from his last name.
Pitcher Wily Peralta went with "Big Wily" for his nickname.
Bullpen pitcher Michael Blazek chose "Jus Blaze" for his nickname.