Nickname Seeks Player: Vote on “L’homme Qui Aimait les Femmes”

The nomination process, which pairs wonderfully with an artisanal Brie, is complete. The list of names has been whittled down to 10, and one of those names is a player rumored to be retired. In this instance, however, a dispensation — a French dispensation — has been granted. The act of doing so involves a kiss on each cheek between resigned drags on a Gitanes. Now go and vote, wine-drunk functionaries …


Thank you for exercising the franchise, absurd and meaningless though it may be.




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22 Responses to “Nickname Seeks Player: Vote on “L’homme Qui Aimait les Femmes””

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  1. Jack says:

    Give Pat Burrell his last chance to win a nickname. He’s more of a man than anyone here.

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  2. MDL says:

    “I told him he needs to have longer hair,” catcher John Buck said. “When I think of Giancarlo, I think of someone with long, flowing hair, like Fabio. But if he keeps hitting homers, I’ll call him whatever he wants me to call him.”

    Giancarlo has my vote.

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    • DD says:

      I don’t think John Buck speaks french, so he will be unable to call him this nickname. Likely he sticks with Mike.

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  3. MikeS says:

    Is it intentional that we can vote for as many as we like?

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  4. SAmmy says:

    The entire top three is verrrry deserving.

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  5. Daniel says:

    Derek Jeter is deserving neither of our time nor our nicknames.

    I will be rejecting the decision here, democracy, and America, be damned.

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  6. Dave Barker says:

    As a Rays fan, I am pleased Burrell appears not likely to win this. If he deserves any French nickname it is this: L’homme qui a violé une ville.

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    • bstar says:

      I took four years of French in high school (why?????) and have no idea what that means. Translation, please. The man who……..destroyed a city?? No idea.

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      • capn_Ketchup says:

        the man who loves the ladies.

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      • Dave Barker says:

        I apologize if it was unclear. I used google translate to convey, “The man who raped a city.” You know, because Burrell earned 16 mil for not doing much of anything while he was here. I guess raped sort of equates to violated, thus violé.

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  7. dan says:

    How can this not be Jeff Francoeur, the man whose nickname heretofore has been “Frenchy”?

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  8. Guy says:

    Next nickname to be named: “Sparklehorse.” Google it.

    Found that the singer and I share to same date of birth. Exciting. I personally think the band name is it a fitting nickname for a baseballist.

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  9. MC says:

    A terrible thing has happened gentle men.

    Alex Rodriguez.

    “The Man Who Loved Women.”

    Madonna, Cameron, a centaur, himself.

    Forgive us.

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