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Keith Hernandez Shaved His Mustache and Probably Hates Puppies, Even The Ones Wearing Cute Outfits

 

 

 

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.

Kevin Youkilis

 

Kevin Youkilis usually sports a lumberjack type goatee, so it’s a wonder that having just a steesh makes him look like a little fancy boy.

Paul Konerko

Paul Konerko was one of the White Sox players who had a steesh last night. He didn’t look that weird. It basically made him look like a 1970s baseball players.

What If They Grew A Steesh: Erin Andrews

Erin Andrews is leaving ESPN after 8 years to join Fox Sports. After famously being stalked and videotaped in the nude in 2008 by some loon who followed her around the country, she was fed up with being sexually harassed at  ESPN by the likes of Chris Berman and Steve Phillips, I’m assuming.

Tim McClelland

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

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

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.