Best facial hair in Baseball history - Al Hrabosky

4 years 9 months ago #1005 by Emma Hasan
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Al Hrabosky started his career pitching for the St. Louis Cardinals in 1970, and finished out his run 12 years later with the Atlanta Braves. Although he’s now a clean-shaven sports commentator, back in the day he toted around fierce facial hair. His ’stache, which billowed out beyond his chin, paired with indifferent demeanor often mistaken for anger, earned him the nickname "The Mad Hungarian."

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