Boston Red Sox beards
The Red Sox happen impressive this postseason, dispatching the Rays in four games on the way to the ALCS. Similarly impressive has-been Boston’s power to grow exquisite and unequaled undesired facial hair. Boston’s beards are rich and serious like ancient music on your own face.
These eight Red Sox embody the correct qualities of postseason beardom.
1. Jarrod Saltalamacchia
The Red Sox catcher is continuing to grow something majestic on their chin and haunting on their lip. Saltalamacchia’s work is equal components playoff-contender and Pennsylvania Dutch farmer.
2. Jacoby Ellsbury
Ellsbury is perhaps all for playoff beards, but don’t expect him not to cut and contour as necessary. Jacoby Ellsbury is an expert in the end.
3. Craig Breslow
Breslow’s beard may be the champ of this typical guy. In the event that you or I were to reach the ALCS, our beards would take on a similar shape.
4. Mike Napoli
You can find beards, after which there is certainly Mike Napoli’s beard. The very first baseman answers the age old concern: “What would we seem like basically made on with Cousin It.”
You’d seem like Mike Napoli.
5. Clay Buchholz
There is nothing from another location attractive about Buchholz’s beard. Having said that, good on him for participating in the face of such impressive beard competitors. Buccholz certainly wins half the battle for the reason that he turned up and provided it his best effort. it is that his work is really so scraggly and patchy.
6. Shane Victorino
Victorino looks like a Disney villain. That’s all there's to express.
7. Dustin Pedroia
Pedroia’s beard provides him the look of a full time income, respiration, baseball-playing grass gnome, which will be to say Pedroia’s beard makes him look awesome.
8. David Ortiz
It’s chiseled, symmetrical, and quintessentially Papi. It looks good with something, but especially grand whenever bathed in champagne.