Found September 12, 2012 on Holdout Sports:
TEAMS: New York Mets
Retired New York Mets star (and current Mets broadcaster) Keith Hernandez is considering shaving off his trademark mustache, which in 2007 was named the top sports mustache of all-time (by the American Mustache Institute - apparently there is such a thing).

The thought of Hernandez shaving his famous mustache has thrown New Yorkers into a tizzy, which is best reflected in a video that the MLB Fan Cave put together this week featuring fans rallying to convince him not to shave.

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Will he go through with it? We shall see.

Video via MLB.com. H/T Sportress.
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