If you can think of another person, email us
An "aptronym" is a name that is aptly suited to its owner. For instance, former congressman Anthony Weiner and toilet manufacturer Thomas Crapper. Over the years we've seen quite a few aptronyms in sports too, like pitchers Jack Armstrong and Bob Walk; sprinter Usain Bolt; and NFL cornerback Reggie Corner.
But the parents of a high school kid in Florida had some high hopes and aspirations for their son when they gave him the best baseball name ever – Fenway Parks. That's right – his first name is Fenway, and his last name is Parks. His folks have to be Red Sox fans. And they were apparently onto something, because right now he happens to be a pretty big high school baseball prospect and is considering some top college baseball programs. You never know – he might make it to the big leagues and get to play in his namesake. (Yahoo)