Worst World Series-Winning Beard?

The AP has this exciting interactive beard-o-matic, highlighting 12 of the World Series-Winning Red Sox beards.

Like this one:

Who’s your pick for worst Red Sox beard? Nominate (with links to pictures!) in comments, and perhaps one of those vote poll things on Monday?

(Congrats to the Sox.)




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12 Responses to “Worst World Series-Winning Beard?”

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  1. filihok says:

    Breslow. It’s terribly patchy and he had the worst WPA of any Red Sox in the series.

    Link to picture = too much work.

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  2. Pirates Hurdles says:

    Buchholz, way to thin and whispy. The greasy hair accentuates the negative.

    http://ftw.usatoday.com/2013/10/9-things-people-think-clay-buchholz-looks-like/

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  3. Leighton says:

    Victorino. His beard, combined with leaning into pitches, makes me want to punch him in the face.
    http://images.ftw.usatoday.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/AP-ALDS-Red-Sox-Rays-Baseball_001.jpg

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  4. Darryl says:

    Koji had the best beard

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  5. Don Imus says:

    Mike Napoli.

    I suggest we call him “Big Nappy”

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  6. gnomez says:

    Stephen Drew: blond + beard = bad.

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  7. triple-A city says:

    Wait, are you saying Ross’ is terrible? I think it’s quite well-groomed and distinguished, not to mention full and shapely unlike the dead-rat fiasco that is Buccholz.

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  8. steve says:

    Buchholz, easily.

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