Gary Majewski recently made headlines for being dealt by the Nationals to the Reds in an eight-player deal.

But what the MSM won’t tell you is that the 26-year old righty not only came to Cincinatti with 3.97 ERA and 1.41 WHIP, but also came bearing some most unfortunate facial hair. Seriously, that thing looks like something I would pay to have removed by a large Russian woman wielding hot wax:

Trim it, dude. Trim ALL of it.

Extra points for the unfortunate hair-hair.

It’s impossible to tell for certain behind that thicket of face-pubes, but it almost looks like this Sad Man Behind Blue Eyes might not be bad-looking if he could just properly barber himself.

Maybe that’s why he looks so, so sad. He feels that decent-looking-ness is within his reach, but, like a tricky comebacker to the mound, so hard to grasp.

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