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Posted 15 May 2007 - 01:30 PM

It was stated in another thread that Jarrod Saltalamacchia was the longest name in baseball - it may be this year....I don't know....but I know it isn't the longest name in baseball history - I am sure one of you knows the longest name in baseball history.

Extra Credit if you come up with it without the aid of a search engine!

Joe Montana and Tom Brady have more Super Bowl rings
and Peyton Manning and John Elway and Dan Marino may
have been more classic at how they played the
position. But Brett Favre remains unquestionably the
most popular football player of his time.

And he earned that place in the heart of football fans
for this very reason - he was far from perfect. He was
the superstar who lived next door. He was the
neighbor who forgot to bring back the hedge clippers
but helped dig your car out of the snow.




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Posted 15 May 2007 - 02:04 PM

MLB history was made Wednesday night in Atlanta, where Braves call-up Jarrod Saltalamacchia made his big league debut, an event of keen interest to the many (OK, several) onomastically inclined fans who've been obsessively tracking his progress through the Braves' farm system in recent years. That's because Saltalamacchia's 14-letter surname is the lengthiest in MLB history. His appearance broke a longstanding logjam atop baseball's longest-name leader board, where the record had previously been shared by such 13-letter wonders as Kirk Dressendorfer, William VanLandingham, Steve Wojciechowski, Todd Hollandsworth and the immortal Tim Spooneybarger.

Saltalamacchia's glory comes at the expense of baseball's other 14-letter prospect, Springfield Cardinals pitcher Cory Rauschenberger, who's now just a footnote (and who, like Saltalamacchia, is no picnic for whoever has to stitch the names on the jerseys). But don't count Rauschenberger out just yet: According to this page, he changed his surname from Meacham last winter. Now that the 14-letter MLB record has already been set, look for Rauschenberger to take an even longer name -- Ciemnoczolowski, say -- in the near future.

While Saltalamacchia and Rauschenberger may vie for the MLB record, they're not even close to having the longest surname in all of sports, a mark apparently held by Dutch soccer player Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink (yes, that's really his name, and it's really on his jersey), whose moniker clocks in at a whopping 20 letters, plus two spaces. But with more and more married couples choosing to retain both partners' surnames in a hyphenated format, it's only a matter of time before we see something even longer. Imagine the possibilities, for example, if one of these guys married the other guy's sister. The mind fairly boggles.
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Posted 15 May 2007 - 02:09 PM

The longest name still has not been mentioned. It is cool to know more than ESPN.

I am talking longest full name - 1st, middle and last names...

Joe Montana and Tom Brady have more Super Bowl rings
and Peyton Manning and John Elway and Dan Marino may
have been more classic at how they played the
position. But Brett Favre remains unquestionably the
most popular football player of his time.

And he earned that place in the heart of football fans
for this very reason - he was far from perfect. He was
the superstar who lived next door. He was the
neighbor who forgot to bring back the hedge clippers
but helped dig your car out of the snow.


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Posted 15 May 2007 - 02:28 PM

It was stated in another thread that Jarrod Saltalamacchia was the longest name in baseball - it may be this year....I don't know....but I know it isn't the longest name in baseball history - I am sure one of you knows the longest name in baseball history.

Extra Credit if you come up with it without the aid of a search engine!

Here's my original post stating it's the longest LAST NAME in baseball.

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Posted 15 May 2007 - 02:30 PM

If Jae Seo's middle name is really really long he's got a chance.

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Posted 15 May 2007 - 02:31 PM



It was stated in another thread that Jarrod Saltalamacchia was the longest name in baseball - it may be this year....I don't know....but I know it isn't the longest name in baseball history - I am sure one of you knows the longest name in baseball history.

Extra Credit if you come up with it without the aid of a search engine!

Here's my original post stating it's the longest LAST NAME in baseball.

Yeah? So what? I have asked a different question. Do you know the answer?

Joe Montana and Tom Brady have more Super Bowl rings
and Peyton Manning and John Elway and Dan Marino may
have been more classic at how they played the
position. But Brett Favre remains unquestionably the
most popular football player of his time.

And he earned that place in the heart of football fans
for this very reason - he was far from perfect. He was
the superstar who lived next door. He was the
neighbor who forgot to bring back the hedge clippers
but helped dig your car out of the snow.


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Posted 15 May 2007 - 02:32 PM


The longest name still has not been mentioned. It is cool to know more than ESPN.I am talking longest full name - 1st, middle and last names...

I give up

Thanks for the effort.

Joe Montana and Tom Brady have more Super Bowl rings
and Peyton Manning and John Elway and Dan Marino may
have been more classic at how they played the
position. But Brett Favre remains unquestionably the
most popular football player of his time.

And he earned that place in the heart of football fans
for this very reason - he was far from perfect. He was
the superstar who lived next door. He was the
neighbor who forgot to bring back the hedge clippers
but helped dig your car out of the snow.


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Posted 15 May 2007 - 09:51 PM

Is it William VanLandingham? I always remembered that as a ridiculously long name, and then they used that name in a skit on Mr. Show once.
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Posted 15 May 2007 - 10:25 PM

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the first thing is we need to all move on. there is a lotta people fighting over whether or not vicks is guilty or innocence or if he should ever play again. I say this before but i want to bring it up again because it fit here and we could all learn from it. It is a famous quote by dr rodney king luthers: "I had a dream that we all get along". it couldnt be more true now then on that day that dr luthers woke up and say it. it don't matter if you atlanta fan or other team fan or if you black or if you white, or even if you is a dog...if we can come together and be a happy group of people and animal, then that is when we all is winners.


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Posted 15 May 2007 - 11:50 PM

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Posted 16 May 2007 - 03:51 AM

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Posted 16 May 2007 - 04:35 AM

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Posted 16 May 2007 - 05:57 AM

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Posted 16 May 2007 - 06:02 AM

The longest name still has not been mentioned. It is cool to know more than ESPN.I am talking longest full name - 1st, middle and last names...

I think what you fail to understand is that nobody stated that Jarrod Saltalamacchia was the longest name in MLB history, even though you infer that in your thread title and OP. Everyone has been pretty clear in saying that it's the longest last name in MLB history.
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Posted 16 May 2007 - 06:04 AM

OK, i googled and i believe I've found it

wow, that is a long name

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Posted 16 May 2007 - 06:10 AM

Will this guy have the SHORTEST LAST name in MLB history if he makes it?

I'd rather have a Bortles throwing to Lee than a frontal lobotomy.


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Posted 16 May 2007 - 08:09 AM

Is it William VanLandingham? I always remembered that as a ridiculously long name, and then they used that name in a skit on Mr. Show once.

He would need a really long middle name to come close...

Joe Montana and Tom Brady have more Super Bowl rings
and Peyton Manning and John Elway and Dan Marino may
have been more classic at how they played the
position. But Brett Favre remains unquestionably the
most popular football player of his time.

And he earned that place in the heart of football fans
for this very reason - he was far from perfect. He was
the superstar who lived next door. He was the
neighbor who forgot to bring back the hedge clippers
but helped dig your car out of the snow.


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Posted 16 May 2007 - 08:14 AM


The longest name still has not been mentioned. It is cool to know more than ESPN.I am talking longest full name - 1st, middle and last names...

I think what you fail to understand is that nobody stated that Jarrod Saltalamacchia was the longest name in MLB history, even though you infer that in your thread title and OP. Everyone has been pretty clear in saying that it's the longest last name in MLB history.

Clearly you are an overthinker. Where in the thread title does it state anything about anyone else? Also, if you review the original post, I don't completely discredit the poster who stated that Saltalamacchia is the longest (last) name this year - I state clearly that I don't know. The original post asks for the longest name in baseball history - further clarified in the thread, the longest full name (first, middle, last).

Joe Montana and Tom Brady have more Super Bowl rings
and Peyton Manning and John Elway and Dan Marino may
have been more classic at how they played the
position. But Brett Favre remains unquestionably the
most popular football player of his time.

And he earned that place in the heart of football fans
for this very reason - he was far from perfect. He was
the superstar who lived next door. He was the
neighbor who forgot to bring back the hedge clippers
but helped dig your car out of the snow.


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Posted 16 May 2007 - 08:19 AM

OK, i googled and i believe I've found itwow, that is a long name

41 letters?

Joe Montana and Tom Brady have more Super Bowl rings
and Peyton Manning and John Elway and Dan Marino may
have been more classic at how they played the
position. But Brett Favre remains unquestionably the
most popular football player of his time.

And he earned that place in the heart of football fans
for this very reason - he was far from perfect. He was
the superstar who lived next door. He was the
neighbor who forgot to bring back the hedge clippers
but helped dig your car out of the snow.


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Posted 16 May 2007 - 10:33 AM

Will this guy have the SHORTEST LAST name in MLB history if he makes it?

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Posted 16 May 2007 - 12:00 PM

Ex-Pirate pitcher John Smiley.
There was a mile between the first and last letters of his last name.

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Posted 16 May 2007 - 12:45 PM

Ex-Pirate pitcher John Smiley.There was a mile between the first and last letters of his last name.

That's cute Danny. Your lunchable is getting warm. :shrug:

Joe Montana and Tom Brady have more Super Bowl rings
and Peyton Manning and John Elway and Dan Marino may
have been more classic at how they played the
position. But Brett Favre remains unquestionably the
most popular football player of his time.

And he earned that place in the heart of football fans
for this very reason - he was far from perfect. He was
the superstar who lived next door. He was the
neighbor who forgot to bring back the hedge clippers
but helped dig your car out of the snow.


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Posted 16 May 2007 - 08:51 PM

Anybody know it without Google?

C'mon, this guy played 15 years in the majors...was second in the league twice in Wins (YES, he was a pitcher).

Joe Montana and Tom Brady have more Super Bowl rings
and Peyton Manning and John Elway and Dan Marino may
have been more classic at how they played the
position. But Brett Favre remains unquestionably the
most popular football player of his time.

And he earned that place in the heart of football fans
for this very reason - he was far from perfect. He was
the superstar who lived next door. He was the
neighbor who forgot to bring back the hedge clippers
but helped dig your car out of the snow.


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Posted 17 May 2007 - 06:00 AM


OK, i googled and i believe I've found itwow, that is a long name

41 letters?

yep

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Posted 17 May 2007 - 06:03 AM

Anybody know it without Google?C'mon, this guy played 15 years in the majors...was second in the league twice in Wins (YES, he was a pitcher).

He was pretty mediocrehe had 2 career years and made the All star team once. Outside of that -- meh

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Posted 17 May 2007 - 06:06 AM


Anybody know it without Google?C'mon, this guy played 15 years in the majors...was second in the league twice in Wins (YES, he was a pitcher).

He was pretty mediocrehe had 2 career years and made the All star team once. Outside of that -- meh

He was also a longtime pitching coach after retiring from the game.

Joe Montana and Tom Brady have more Super Bowl rings
and Peyton Manning and John Elway and Dan Marino may
have been more classic at how they played the
position. But Brett Favre remains unquestionably the
most popular football player of his time.

And he earned that place in the heart of football fans
for this very reason - he was far from perfect. He was
the superstar who lived next door. He was the
neighbor who forgot to bring back the hedge clippers
but helped dig your car out of the snow.


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Posted 17 May 2007 - 12:46 PM

Who is it already?
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Posted 17 May 2007 - 01:46 PM

Who is it already?



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Posted 17 May 2007 - 03:40 PM



Who is it already?

Thanks. I'll try not to pee in your threads.....

Joe Montana and Tom Brady have more Super Bowl rings
and Peyton Manning and John Elway and Dan Marino may
have been more classic at how they played the
position. But Brett Favre remains unquestionably the
most popular football player of his time.

And he earned that place in the heart of football fans
for this very reason - he was far from perfect. He was
the superstar who lived next door. He was the
neighbor who forgot to bring back the hedge clippers
but helped dig your car out of the snow.


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Posted 19 May 2007 - 10:36 AM





Who is it already?

Thanks. I'll try not to pee in your threads.....

I think you were losing the audience anyways.

Go ahead and pee in any or all of my threads if it'll make you feel better

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Who is it already?

Thanks. I'll try not to pee in your threads.....

I think you were losing the audience anyways.

Go ahead and pee in any or all of my threads if it'll make you feel better

Pretty sure he never had an audience. Thank you for posting the answer and saving me from banning him over at :e: on principle.
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Posted 19 May 2007 - 02:13 PM

Thank you for posting the answer and saving me from banning him over at :e: on principle.

why not just do that anyways?

You're the moron claiming the Rays are going to be "winning games in '08".


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Posted 19 May 2007 - 07:03 PM


Thank you for posting the answer and saving me from banning him over at :e: on principle.

why not just do that anyways?

translation: I, Capella, am intimidated by and exhibit pusillanimous behavior when I have to deal with people who are more intelligent and entertaining than I.solution: stay the #### out of _4_'s threads.

Joe Montana and Tom Brady have more Super Bowl rings
and Peyton Manning and John Elway and Dan Marino may
have been more classic at how they played the
position. But Brett Favre remains unquestionably the
most popular football player of his time.

And he earned that place in the heart of football fans
for this very reason - he was far from perfect. He was
the superstar who lived next door. He was the
neighbor who forgot to bring back the hedge clippers
but helped dig your car out of the snow.


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Posted 19 May 2007 - 07:12 PM



Thank you for posting the answer and saving me from banning him over at :e: on principle.

why not just do that anyways?

translation: I, Capella, am intimidated by and exhibit pusillanimous behavior when I have to deal with people who are more intelligent and entertaining than I.solution: stay the #### out of _4_'s threads.

"more intelligent"? really?

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Posted 19 May 2007 - 07:26 PM




Thank you for posting the answer and saving me from banning him over at :e: on principle.

why not just do that anyways?

translation: I, Capella, am intimidated by and exhibit pusillanimous behavior when I have to deal with people who are more intelligent and entertaining than I.solution: stay the #### out of _4_'s threads.

"more intelligent"? really?

Based on all evidence presented on these boards, I would say quite confidently, definitely.But this is the baseball forum. Try to keep further discussion centered on what was once America's pastime.

Joe Montana and Tom Brady have more Super Bowl rings
and Peyton Manning and John Elway and Dan Marino may
have been more classic at how they played the
position. But Brett Favre remains unquestionably the
most popular football player of his time.

And he earned that place in the heart of football fans
for this very reason - he was far from perfect. He was
the superstar who lived next door. He was the
neighbor who forgot to bring back the hedge clippers
but helped dig your car out of the snow.


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Posted 19 May 2007 - 09:08 PM



Thank you for posting the answer and saving me from banning him over at :e: on principle.

why not just do that anyways?

translation: I, Capella, am intimidated by and exhibit pusillanimous behavior when I have to deal with people who are more intelligent and entertaining than I.solution: stay the #### out of _4_'s threads.

you should start having somebody funny ghostwrite your replies.

Edited by Capella, 19 May 2007 - 09:10 PM.

You're the moron claiming the Rays are going to be "winning games in '08".


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Posted 19 May 2007 - 09:32 PM




Thank you for posting the answer and saving me from banning him over at :e: on principle.

why not just do that anyways?

translation: I, Capella, am intimidated by and exhibit pusillanimous behavior when I have to deal with people who are more intelligent and entertaining than I.solution: stay the #### out of _4_'s threads.

you should start having somebody funny ghostwrite your replies.

irony: editing a post that attempts to denigrate another's posting.What a tool of major proportion you are.

Joe Montana and Tom Brady have more Super Bowl rings
and Peyton Manning and John Elway and Dan Marino may
have been more classic at how they played the
position. But Brett Favre remains unquestionably the
most popular football player of his time.

And he earned that place in the heart of football fans
for this very reason - he was far from perfect. He was
the superstar who lived next door. He was the
neighbor who forgot to bring back the hedge clippers
but helped dig your car out of the snow.


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Posted 19 May 2007 - 09:36 PM





Thank you for posting the answer and saving me from banning him over at :e: on principle.

why not just do that anyways?

translation: I, Capella, am intimidated by and exhibit pusillanimous behavior when I have to deal with people who are more intelligent and entertaining than I.solution: stay the #### out of _4_'s threads.

you should start having somebody funny ghostwrite your replies.

irony: editing a post that attempts to denigrate another's posting.What a tool of major proportion you are.

seriously, look into my suggestion. it'd be a big help if somebody who dislikes me is actually funny or interesting. you're in the tentimes category here, and that's pretty much a bore for everybody.

You're the moron claiming the Rays are going to be "winning games in '08".


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Wow. After reading this thread I realize I lost 5 minutes of my life that I'll never get back. :sadbanana:
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Posted 20 May 2007 - 03:16 PM

Wow. After reading this thread I realize I lost 5 minutes of my life that I'll never get back. :thumbup:

But you now know Cal McLish's full name, and have a trivia question the answer virtually unknown by the general public (nor bartenders of the world).

Joe Montana and Tom Brady have more Super Bowl rings
and Peyton Manning and John Elway and Dan Marino may
have been more classic at how they played the
position. But Brett Favre remains unquestionably the
most popular football player of his time.

And he earned that place in the heart of football fans
for this very reason - he was far from perfect. He was
the superstar who lived next door. He was the
neighbor who forgot to bring back the hedge clippers
but helped dig your car out of the snow.


#41 The Houston Stallions

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Posted 20 May 2007 - 09:45 PM


Wow. After reading this thread I realize I lost 5 minutes of my life that I'll never get back. :shrug:

But you now know Cal McLish's full name, and have a trivia question the answer virtually unknown by the general public (nor bartenders of the world).

I'm glad I got that going for me! That little piece of trivia and $3.07 will get me a gallon of gas! :P
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#42 _4_

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Posted 21 May 2007 - 08:57 AM



Wow. After reading this thread I realize I lost 5 minutes of my life that I'll never get back. :rolleyes:

But you now know Cal McLish's full name, and have a trivia question the answer virtually unknown by the general public (nor bartenders of the world).

I'm glad I got that going for me! That little piece of trivia and $3.07 will get me a gallon of gas! :o

If you can't get a free drink utilizing this knowledge, come to Vegas...I'll buy you a drink...but your gas will cost you $3.29 here....

Joe Montana and Tom Brady have more Super Bowl rings
and Peyton Manning and John Elway and Dan Marino may
have been more classic at how they played the
position. But Brett Favre remains unquestionably the
most popular football player of his time.

And he earned that place in the heart of football fans
for this very reason - he was far from perfect. He was
the superstar who lived next door. He was the
neighbor who forgot to bring back the hedge clippers
but helped dig your car out of the snow.


#43 Utter Chaos

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Posted 20 April 2013 - 11:28 AM

Wow. After reading this thread I realize I lost 5 minutes of my life that I'll never get back. [img]http://static.footba...t/rolleyes1.gif[/img]

But you now know Cal McLish's full name, and have a trivia question the answer virtually unknown by the general public (nor bartenders of the world).

 

Unfortunately McLish is not the correct answer.

 

Alan Mitchell Edward George Patrick Henry Gallagher has him beat by 4 letters.

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#44 FDAS

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Posted 20 April 2013 - 01:49 PM

BOOM SORES!
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