Traveling MLB players allegedly use some killer aliases at hotels
By ZACH EVERSON
To avoid autograph seekers, groupies and possibly even their own camera-wielding teammates, Major League Baseball players often use aliases when staying at hotels. And while assuming a pseudonym can be a hassle, these leaked lists of players' alleged hotel check-in names reveal that at least the players have a little fun with it.
Here are some of the alias highlights from hotel rooming lists that have made their way to the Internet (follow the links to view the entire lists).
Chicago White Sox, 2012
Seems likely this ChiSox squad watched a lot of 1980s comedies on its charter flights.
Christy Mathewson (kudos on the confidence)
Dr. Sphincter Rumpczek
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Cleveland Indians, 2013
Members of the 2013 edition of The Tribe had no problems assuming women's names.
New York Yankees, 2005
This squad was apparently fond of the drink.
Payne N. Deneck
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