Selwyn Langaigne. Favorite name of all the ballplayers who’ve toiled for the Jackson area’s various pro teams over the last 27 years. Selwyn Langaigne. Could play a little, too. The speedy outfielder hit .305 with 8 home runs, 51 RBIs and 28 stolen bases for the 2004 Jackson Senators of the independent Central League. A .290 hitter over his lengthy pro career. Ran across his name while surfing the Web on Tuesday night. Langaigne was playing center field for the Cardenales de Lara in a Venezuelan Winter League game at Caracas, which happens to be his hometown. He went 1-for-4 with a double, raising his average to .231. Isn’t the Web wonderful for digging up stuff like that? Langaigne, now 32, got as high as Triple-A in affiliated ball, but he hasn’t played in that sphere of the game for several years. He spent the last three with the independent Alexandria Aces, where a lot of old Senators have wound up. It’s a toss-up as to whether Langaigne or Vince Faison (2005) was the best player to put on a Senators uniform during the team’s four-year run at Smith-Wills Stadium. But on name alone, Langaigne is the most unforgettable. Just say it one more time: Selwyn Langaigne.