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Washington Nationals’ second baseman Danny Espinosa had a decent season in 2012 (except for those NL-leading strikeouts). Unfortunately, Espinosa and Washington packed away their Nattitude for the year after blowing Game 5 to the Cardinals in the National League Division Series. It was a crappy ending for the team with baseball’s best record in the regular season.
Perhaps as a way of dealing with the disappointment, Espinosa grew a big, bushy beard this winter. Espinosa shaved the beard when he arrived at the Nats’ spring training home in Viera, Fla. this week — stopping along the way to experiment with a Fu Manchu and a Burt Reynolds’ stache. Check the video at MLB.com
The beard certainly didn’t keep Espinosa from landing some hot arm candy for the off-season cocktail party circuit. Here are a few pictures of Espinosa’s babe Sara Mosher. (Confidential to Espinosa: If Sara Mosher liked the beard, grow it back.)
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Born: July 27, 1982
Drafted: 6th Round, 174th overall, 2004 (Expos)
How acquired: Minor League Free Agent
High School: University of South Florida
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