Found October 04, 2012 on Larry Brown Sports:
I’m going to go out on a limb and say that’s the best baseball-themed mohawk of the season. Just like FOX Sports Arizona said, “it took 162 games, but we finally have a winner for hairdo of the season.” I’d love to turn this guy upside down and use him as a broom. Splendid look, splendid. And if you have any idea who this gentleman is, please email us. Go here to see all the awesome haircuts we’ve shared here at LBS. Forearm bash to Hot Clicks
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This MLB Mohawk is Intense

This guy showed up for the Colorado Rockies vs. Arizona Diamondbacks game last night and clearly won the hairdo of the year.  Seriously it looks like a pro did it for him.  Not saying I would do the same thing, but damn if I don't respect it.  Not to mention the game didn't mean anything in terms of playoffs.
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