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The Movember MLB Mustache Madness Manager bracket rolls on. Our last set of active mustachioed managers may be short on in-game strategy skills, but they've got the mustaches to pay the bills. Bruce Bochy His whiskers have seen better days since he moved up the coast to San Francisco, but back in his Padres heyday, Bochy's bush was amongst the best. Also, Bochy has to get some bonus points since he has more surface area to give since he has a gigantic head. VS. Ron Washington Forgoing follicular volume for style and sleekness was the best decision Ron Washington has ever made, though his World Series management sets that bar pretty low. Time to vote! (one vote per matchup per day) [polldaddy]5637216[/polldaddy]
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