Archive for » April 19th, 2010«

Name That Mustache

Who doesn’t like a good mustache? If I could grow one that didn’t look like I was the proud owner of this vehicle, I would have one (until my fiancee had something to say about it). It seems baseball was always the best sport for moustaches (based on my baseball card collection), but those days are all but gone with few players sporting memorable mustaches. However, that doesn’t mean we can’t celebrate the moustaches of the past.

It’s Time For…. Name That Mustache!!!

Below are several baseball mustaches. I will give you clues, but take a look at the picture first to see how good your baseball mustache knowledge is without the hints.

If you can get more than 2 correct, consider your self a moustache entrepreneur, a moustache enthusiast, a mustache maniac.

To find the answer, simply click on the photo.
Let’s get started.

Round 1

  • If you need clues for this first one, just stop reading this post. This is the most obvious mustache in all of baseball.
  • He played for the A’s, Padres, and Brewers.
  • His number was 34. Retired by both the A’s and Brewers (one of only eight players who can say their number was retired by more than one team)
  • He is a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame.
  • Mustache style: Handlebar.

For The Rest Of The Story: Follow The Jump…