Found November 04, 2011 on The Outside Corner:
The MLB Movember Mustache Madness Wild Card bracket is only getting wilder.  Not all mustaches are created equal, so some MLBers had to resort to artifical mustaches in order to make our brackets. Bobby Valentine Bobby V didn't fool anyone with this disguise, but he did gain worldwide fame for his fake-stache. VS. Dallas Braden Not only was this good for a laugh, it even spawned a bizarre trend of sorts. Time to vote! (one vote per matchup per day) [polldaddy]5639572[/polldaddy]
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