Found August 28, 2012 on Unathletic:
It’s nice to know that Colby Rasmus isn’t letting his latest slump bring down his inner fashionista. The former Cardinals outfielder, who has one hit in his last 40 at bats and who has struck out in nine of his last 10 times at the plate – and 18 times in his last eight games — has apparently decided to celebrate the occasion by going Bo Derek and finding himself a salon that would braid his flowing locks into cornrows. Colby Rasmus is a tool. Not much else you can say about the guy other than that and his haircut sucks.
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