The facial hair situation for the White Sox has gotten even worse since last month. At least this time it’s UFH for a good cause!

Nick Swisher gets a dye job on his UFH from Jeremy Campus, who has cancer, to raise awareness about breast cancer for Mother’s Day, which is this coming Sunday.

(Let’s hope for his sake that he got Ma Swisher some flowers instead of, say, a slightly used blow-up doll.)

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  1. melissa says:

    It’s not just the pitchers. Swisher has the soul patch part of his goatee dyed blond unlike the rest of his beard. It looks like a calico cat is sitting on his chin.

  2. Sarah Green says:

    “If they do,” Alejandro? “If”?! Surely this is not a matter of “if” but “when.”

    What’s really sad about Boone is that he used to be hot, before his chin became engulfed with hair. Behold:


    How, how the mighty have fallen.

  3. Alejandro Leal says:

    Ah, that explains Swisher’s mediocre . 214 BA. But what’s with me and missing this?

    I gotta play closer attention to my computer screen!

  4. melissa says:

    The blond patch is kind of hard to see unless they do a close up of his face. I would hate to say you let it slip past you because that is not pretty imagery. It doesn’t stand out and I had to do a double take to figure out what it was the first time I noticed it. I would imagine it grows out in a hurry, so he may not keep it for long. Logan’s look is very reminiscent of Matt Clement, not a good thing.

  5. Nick Kapur says:

    Yeah, that’s true, Melissa. We all know only too well what happened to Matt Clement.

  6. Check out Toby Hall, the backup catcher. He’s got a bleached strip with the goatee. Very odd.

  7. good eye, tom

    Alright, that’s it. We got a serious UFH outbreak here, people.

  8. Sarah Green says:

    I can only conclude that this was some sort of team hazing ritual and/or friendly all-roster wager.

  9. It all started with Dustin Hermanson a couple years ago I bet

  10. They should be charged with UFH crimes against humanity. Swisher has taken it to a new level, that’s just wrong. Maybe he’s going out of his way to get noticed since he’s new in town. If he goes to restaurants and bars they will immediately recognize him as a baseball player because no normal guy could disfigure themselves in that manner and still get laid.

  11. I can’t knock any of it, as I have a goat longer than Boone Logan’s (dyed Padres blue) and I hail from Nick Swisher’s hometown of Parkersburg, WV.

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