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MILWAUKEE -- (CBS58) There are fans, super fans and then there’s Dennis Sell of Milwaukee is on a whole other level.

Sell is a die-hard fan who has thousands of pieces of memorabilia to prove it.

He’s been to thousands of games and has scrapbooks of newspaper clippings from when the Brewers first came to Milwaukee as well as a baseball signed my Milwaukee’s “Triumphant Trio” – Robin Yount, Paul Molitor and Jim Gantnor.  

He even saved his ticket and the program from the Brewers first game in the cream city and after that first game he said he was a Brewers fan for life.

“They were an exciting team to watch because of their ability to come back from deficits,” Sell said. “They were bad but they were an exciting bad."

The Brewers lost their first game in Milwaukee on April 7, 1970 12-0.

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