“It was named for Reggie Jackson”—the famed 1970s-era Yankee slugger.
Context: The Yankees slugger was speaking of his ex-wife, Marilyn Monroe.
She takes a golf club, the country club equivalent of a Louisville slugger, and attacks his car.
Red Sox slugger David Ortiz clobbered the ball this October.
“slugger probably had a wild ride getting to a telephone,” remarked Rogers.
The shot fired by the slugger had gone wide, narrowly missing him.
"I don't know as that is any of your business, slugger," he replied coldly.
"And anyhow, we're not here for that purpose now," slugger Brown had observed.
"It looks like another wild-goose chase to me," growled slugger Brown, when they were close to the place.
"They may have seen slugger and Nappy, or else they may have some news for us," he said.