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    saltys hair.

    salty please cut this crap off of your head.you look like a goat gone wild.

     
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    His little girls love it which is why he grew it. which is why hes kept it long. Hes a good dad.

     
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    Let your soul glow!

     
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    Miller cut his hair and struck a batter out when it mattered.

     
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    Delilah did not cut Samson's hair. 

     
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    Just let it shine through!

     
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    Hair is an issue..seriously!!!!!!!

     
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    In response to emp9's comment:

    Just let it shine through!




     
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    Hair is an issue..seriously!!!!!!!




    really, what issue would that be? The fact hes doing it because his little girls like it? Will he hit better with short hair?

    besides your "old school" view on how men should wear their hair, what is it?  I see no issue with it either way. Personally, Im more concerned with his performance.

     
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    I bet Salty has at least five different kinds of gel and hair spray.   LOL

     

     
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    I bet Salty has at least five different kinds of gel and hair spray.   LOL

     




    Funny thing is, when I grew my hair out 25 years ago, Its the same kind of curly as Salty's is. Nothing works on it. It does what it wants.

     
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    I bet Salty has at least five different kinds of gel and hair spray.   LOL

     

    Funny thing is, when I grew my hair out 25 years ago, Its the same kind of curly as Salty's is. Nothing works on it. It does what it wants.




    Good morning southpaw777   :)

    You are a very patient man.  I do not have the patience to grow my hair.    LOL

     

     
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    His hair is fine, I just want him to work on his throw to second.

     
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    I bet Salty has at least five different kinds of gel and hair spray.   LOL

     

    Funny thing is, when I grew my hair out 25 years ago, Its the same kind of curly as Salty's is. Nothing works on it. It does what it wants.

     




     

    Good morning southpaw777   :)

    You are a very patient man.  I do not have the patience to grow my hair.    LOL

     



    Hey IC
    Patience is one of my stronger points. It took me 4 years to grow and it was that curly. It was almost half way down my back. When I stretched it out it was just above my waist. Girls LOVED it. That was the 80's/early 90's though.

     
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    When pro athletes started to get paid millions , they all started to see themselves as rock stars.

    Go back and look at a team picture of the 1967 Red Sox, every player is clean shaven and has short hair. It gave a look of professionalism to sports figures.Late 60s NFL : Johnny Unitas was all business with his military style crew cut....the flamboyant Joe Namath had the long sideburns and longer hair, along with the playboy lifestyle. The Jets won and this was the dawn of the millionaire pro athlete.

    They are all celebrities, millionaires and they do what the hell they want, they don't care to look or act professional anymore. THEY DON'T CARE THAT THEY ARE ROLE MODELS FOR THE YOUNG. All they care about is money , fame and image.

    For Rock stars it has been part of the image for a long time. Athletes are not Rock stars, they were once held to a higher standard. But they don't care. When you can burn a hundred thousand bucks in one evening and not feel any loss, why care?

    Personally, I would like to see the whole of pro sports go back to promoting a sense of professionalism. People who work in business offices can't get away with looking like homeless bums, but Ozzie Osbourne did.

    It really doesn't mean anything, but the image you project speaks volumes.

    Would you be more likely to buy insurance from a guy who looks like George Clooney or a guy who looks like Keith Richards?

     
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    Would you be more likely to buy insurance from a guy who looks like George Clooney or a guy who looks like Keith Richards?




    Depends on who offers the better policy.

     
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    Salty's hair is cool! I'm hair challenged, so I say, when you got it, flaunt it!

     
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    When pro athletes started to get paid millions , they all started to see themselves as rock stars.

    Go back and look at a team picture of the 1967 Red Sox, every player is clean shaven and has short hair. It gave a look of professionalism to sports figures.Late 60s NFL : Johnny Unitas was all business with his military style crew cut....the flamboyant Joe Namath had the long sideburns and longer hair, along with the playboy lifestyle. The Jets won and this was the dawn of the millionaire pro athlete.

    They are all celebrities, millionaires and they do what the hell they want, they don't care to look or act professional anymore. THEY DON'T CARE THAT THEY ARE ROLE MODELS FOR THE YOUNG. All they care about is money , fame and image.

    For Rock stars it has been part of the image for a long time. Athletes are not Rock stars, they were once held to a higher standard. But they don't care. When you can burn a hundred thousand bucks in one evening and not feel any loss, why care?

    Personally, I would like to see the whole of pro sports go back to promoting a sense of professionalism. People who work in business offices can't get away with looking like homeless bums, but Ozzie Osbourne did.

    It really doesn't mean anything, but the image you project speaks volumes.

    Would you be more likely to buy insurance from a guy who looks like George Clooney or a guy who looks like Keith Richards?




    growing their hair and not shaving or doing just the opposite has no effect on their performance. Times have changed. Its not like their working at UPS where management has to be clean shaven.

    If I was a FA I wouldnt go to the yankees because I wouldnt shave. I applaud David Price for saying he wont go to the yankees in FA because he wont shave. Dumbazz rule if you ask me.

    If a guy like Price says he will come to your team but hes not shaving, you would be dumb as he!! to say anything but Ok.

     
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    Its a proven fact that long hair negatively impacts CERA and CS%. That is why the league median CERA and CS% was so abnormally high in the 70s.

     
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    salty please cut this crap off of your head.you look like a goat gone wild.



    Who cares what Saltys hair looks like?  All I care about is Salty getting a few hits whether it be the Astros pitching, Lav being brought up today, or the fact hes finally coming around.  Regardless two hits/RBI's tonight is better than SO's.

     

     
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    When pro athletes started to get paid millions , they all started to see themselves as rock stars.

    Go back and look at a team picture of the 1967 Red Sox, every player is clean shaven and has short hair. It gave a look of professionalism to sports figures.Late 60s NFL : Johnny Unitas was all business with his military style crew cut....the flamboyant Joe Namath had the long sideburns and longer hair, along with the playboy lifestyle. The Jets won and this was the dawn of the millionaire pro athlete.

    They are all celebrities, millionaires and they do what the hell they want, they don't care to look or act professional anymore. THEY DON'T CARE THAT THEY ARE ROLE MODELS FOR THE YOUNG. All they care about is money , fame and image.

    For Rock stars it has been part of the image for a long time. Athletes are not Rock stars, they were once held to a higher standard. But they don't care. When you can burn a hundred thousand bucks in one evening and not feel any loss, why care?

     
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    In response to ZILLAGOD's comment:

    When pro athletes started to get paid millions , they all started to see themselves as rock stars.

    Go back and look at a team picture of the 1967 Red Sox, every player is clean shaven and has short hair. It gave a look of professionalism to sports figures.Late 60s NFL : Johnny Unitas was all business with his military style crew cut....the flamboyant Joe Namath had the long sideburns and longer hair, along with the playboy lifestyle. The Jets won and this was the dawn of the millionaire pro athlete.

    They are all celebrities, millionaires and they do what the hell they want, they don't care to look or act professional anymore. THEY DON'T CARE THAT THEY ARE ROLE MODELS FOR THE YOUNG. All they care about is money , fame and image.

    For Rock stars it has been part of the image for a long time. Athletes are not Rock stars, they were once held to a higher standard. But they don't care. When you can burn a hundred thousand bucks in one evening and not feel any loss, why care?

    Personally, I would like to see the whole of pro sports go back to promoting a sense of professionalism. People who work in business offices can't get away with looking like homeless bums, but Ozzie Osbourne did.

    It really doesn't mean anything, but the image you project speaks volumes.

    Would you be more likely to buy insurance from a guy who looks like George Clooney or a guy who looks like Keith Richards?



    I agree with you. Clean shaven, no tats, those were the days!

     
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