Found November 14, 2011 on The Outside Corner:
The Movember MLB Mustache Madness is starting to get serious as we move on to the regional semi-finals.  Gone are all the pretenders to the mustachioed throne as only the best of the best remain.  Starting off the current players bracket semi-finals is a battery of under nose brooms that any man would envy. John Axford The tournament's #1 overall seed just has it to easy.  He made short work of Clay Zavada in the first round before absolutely stomping all over Carl Pavano in the second round.  Will his dominance continue or has he finally met a worth challenger? VS. Corky Miller It was Miller Time almost all the time as Corky more than doubled up on the opposition of Juan Pierre.  But with John Axford standing in his way, it might soon be time for Corky and his 'stache to make his exit from our bracket. Time to vote! (one vote per matchup per day) [polldaddy]5667127[/polldaddy]
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