Randy “Macho Man” Savage died 2 years ago yesterday. He was of course the Slim Jim hawking WWF wrestler, but he also played minor league baseball from the time he was 18. Pretty impressive steesh for such a young man.
Carlos Villanueva is a pitcher for the Chicago Cubs. He’s had a terrific start to the season thus far and it has absolutely everything to do with his stylish steesh. It’s refreshing to see a nice mustache on an MLB player after having to look at Joba Chamberlain and Ian Desmond during spring training.
It’s been a while since I’ve posted because
I’ve been traveling around watching the Astros or because I’ve been lazy and no one pays me to do this so why should I waste my time I’ve been busy at work. Above is a picture that Deadspin posted last week of an Astros fan with what can only be a very time-consuming mustache.
National’s shortstop Ian Desmond entered spring training with a decent lip cover, but compared to Joba Chamberlain he looks like Burt Reynolds.
For some reason, more than once in my youth, my mom dressed me up as a hobo for Halloween. Probably because it was an easy, affordable costume. I would wear old dirty clothes and my mom would put vaseline and coffee grounds on my face for a beard. It appears that’s what’s happening here with New York Yankee pitcher Joba Chamberlain’s mustache. He really ought to get a paper towel and wipe it clean as to stop embarrassing himself and real men with real mustaches.
Wade Boggs is a former MLB third baseman who played 18 years for Boston, New York and Tampa Bay. According to this picture he loves his family. I bet every night his family goes to bed thankful that they are not deer because Wade HATES DEER.
There are 8 dead deer in this picture alone. In addition, in the top right corner of the picture there is the head of what is either a bear or maybe even a dog. Still the most disturbing part of this picture has to be the jean shorts he’s allowed his son to wear while cameras are around.
This picture comes from @si_vault on twitter, which is a fun place for old sports pictures of all kinds.
Keith Hernandez soldout to Schick Hydro and shaved his mustache. He claims that he will donate $5000 to charity from the blood money Schick paid him, but can we believe him? Can we trust anything he says anymore?!
He once had one of the most recognizable mustaches in the game, but now he looks like a less intelligent Alex Trebek. I hope he enjoys his new life of obscurity and waiting in long lines to get a table at a restaurant.
Tim McClelland has been a Major League Baseball umpire since 1983. He’s been a part of two no-hitters and two perfect games. He was the umpire who overturned a George Brett home run because he had too much pine tar on his bat. He was also the umpire that ejected Sammy Sosa for using a corked bat, which is pictured above.
Clay Zavada pitched for the Arizona Diamondbacks back in 2009. This has to be the best baseball mustache since Rollie Fingers.
I just googled Rollie Fingers to see if it really did compare and google had this little feature on the side of the page:
People also search for:
Steesh, steesh, steesh, steesh, steesh… Google is pretty amazing.
Derek Holland, starting pitcher for the Texas Rangers, decided to shave his mustache the other day. Big mistake, apparently, as he was roughed up for 8 runs without finishing the second inning last night. We can rest comfortably knowing that the steesh gods are keeping an eye on us.
Al pitched for the Cardinals, Royals and Braves from 1970-1982. He is currently the color commentator for the Cardinals. He also owns a restaurant by Busch stadium called Al Hrabosky’s Ballpark Saloon, which seems appropriate since he looks like the crazy guy from every old west movie you’ve ever seen.
Deion Sanders is of course very well known because he had successful careers in both the NFL and MLB. By successful I mean he played in both, but there’s no way I’m going back to look at his numbers.
Deion is probably thankful for his years of practice multitasking. He’s better able to do his job as a commentator for the NFL during the draft this weekend, while going through a messy divorce.
I wanted to get some baseball players up on the page this week with the opening of a new season, but from what I know way more about movies from the 1980’s than I do about baseball players. So here’s one from the last few years.
Jason Giambi proves that with hard work, determination, and the will to cheat, you can succeed in this world.