Great facial hair in Major League Baseball is to be expected. All players reported to spring training over the last week, and one player’s...
Eyes on it. #TonyTwoBags #Nats pic.twitter.com/MSVh3nmm4T
— Washington Nationals (@Nationals) February 24, 2015
Forget Danny Espinosa's Fu Manchu; get a load of Anthony Rendon's big hair.
Some serious moss coming out of #TonyTwoBags' cap this spring. @Taylor_Michael3 no longer rocking the flat top.
Baseball is here. That means wacky facial hair is here.
Pitchers and catchers reported to five teams on Wednesday, while 13 more clubs opened up camp on Thursday, including the Nationals.
Their second baseman, Danny Espinosa, showed up to Viera, Fla., with a an impressive Fu Manchu.
Just look at that thickness.
Usually baseball players wait till the second of the season to grow out their facial hair for postseason runs. But if you know Nationals second baseman Danny Espinosa, the offseason is when he lets its run wild.
The Nats Twitter account posted this shot of Danny when he reported to camp Thursday morning:
I mean, baseball experts already love the Nationals as the trendy pick to...
Sometimes you’ve got to go to extraordinary lengths to impress your club at Spring Training. For Danny Espinosa, his new handlebar mustache seems to have done the trick already. That thing is outstanding. [@Nationals]
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Players are reporting to Spring Training all across Florida and Arizona, and Washington Nationals second baseman Danny Espinosa arrived with some extra facial hair.
Danny Espinosa was one of the first position players in camp. His Fu Manchu has also reported. And it is glorious. pic.twitter.com/8K9EwJDQd6
— Washington Nationals (@Nationals) February 19, 2015
GOOD GOOGLY MOOGLY...
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