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Jose Reyes is shedding the trademark dreadlocks. Since Marlins prohibit players from sporting shoulder-length hair, the All-Star shortstop chopped off the locks Friday in compliance with the policy. Reyes isn't the only player to show a flair for style with his locks over the years. Baseball has a long history of players and hair, especially when including facial hair. To celebrate the affair, we took a look at the 10 most trendy –– and we use that term rather loosely –– haircuts and facial hair in baseball history. Click here to see the top 10 trendiest hairstyles in baseball over...

Video: Jose Reyes get haircut on TV

Jose Reyes chopped of his dreads on Friday to comply with the Marlins' long-standing policy regarding length of hair and facial hair. Reyes then put his locks up for auction on eBay with the proceeds to go to the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Southern Florida. Reyes, who inked a 6-year $106 million deal to take his talents to Little Haiti in December was told that he would have...

Jose Reyes cuts his hair on MLB Network (Video)

Your browser does not support iframes. Jose Reyes parted ways with a commodity near and dear to his heart Friday — his hair. The Marlins shortstop had a televised haircut on MLB Network to show he is complying with his new team’s rules. He also turned it into a charity event; the hair is up for bid on eBay and the proceeds will go to the Make-A-Wish Foundation in South Florida...

Fans scramble for Reyes' dreadlocks

Baseball fans were trading for the hair of Miami Marlins star Jose Reyes on Saturday after the shortstop had his signature dreadlocks chopped off on national television. The four-time All-Star was sat in the barber's chair on MLB Network's "Hot Stove" show Friday in order to comply with his new team's strict grooming policy. The 28-year-old Dominican agreed...

Marlins SS Reyes cuts dreadlocks on national TV

Newly acquired Miami Marlins shortstop Jose Reyes cut his deadlocks during a nationally televised haircut Friday on the MLB Network.Reyes left the New York Mets for a $106 million, six-year contract with the Marlins this offseason. The team has a rule that prohibits hair below the helmet line."It's going to be a little emotional because I spent three years with this hair...

Mets Cut Ties WIth Reyes, Jose Cuts Hair With Marlins: Just Doesn't Seem Right

Last night the much awaited hair cutting ceremony of former Mets SS Jose Reyes took place. I can't describe how much it pains me to scribble "former."As anyone with a pulse knows, I have been sick to my stomach since it was obvious the Mets had absolutely zero interest in re-signing Reyes, let alone his eventual signing with the dreaded Marlins. I also firmly believe...

Jose Reyes Sheds Nasty Hair

It's no secret the level of disdain this GM has towards Jose Reyes. His smile, his hair, his handshakes, his dancing, his annoying antics...ugh! The new Miami Marlins shortstop will no longer be donning those nasty-ass dreds anymore though, due to a team rule. "One thing that I do, I wash my hair once a month. Every time I went to shower, I put a plastic bag on my hair...

Reyes’ Sheds Dreads For Charity

No more dreadlocks for Jose Reyes. The new Miami Marlins shortstop cut off his patented dreadlocks for charity on national TV Friday — though not entirely by choice. Reyes had to comply with a team rule prohibiting hair below a player’s helmet line. After his trim, Reyes’ hair was donated to the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Southern Florida. They plan to auction the hair for charity on eBay.

Jose Reyes has had his hair taken from him

Underneath that hair it's a brown-eyed handsome man: Jose Reyes had to lose the hair due to a Florida Marlins rule. Jordan from Jordan’s Barber Shop in the Bronx cut Reyes' hair...which will now be... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~

Classy, Understated, and Consistent

[youtube]R5e2h9bDu3Y[/youtube]Glad to see that Jose Reyes cleaned up his hair to properly represent the class and tradition that is the Miami Marlins.Yup, classy and understated. Just like this:[youtube]CZch2jIMVtk[/youtube]Makes perfect sense to me.(Editor's note: I hate the Miami Marlins more and more every day.) 

Hey Mets Fans -- Look Into The Eyes Of Your Enemy

Photo Courtesy Of ESPNThe ridiculously hideous uniforms the Miami Marlins sport this upcoming season won't be the only reason some Mets fans may struggle to identify their old friend.  Jose Reyes, as per franchise rules, had his dreads sheared off yesterday with some help from Harold Reynolds and the rest of MLB Network.If that picture doesn't bring back 2006 memories, I...

INSIDE JOB: Stolen Pictures of Marlins Park Aquariums

As if enough hasn’t already been stolen from the taxpayers of Miami, here are never before seen pictures of the new Marlins Park aquariums were stolen from a mole inside Marlins Ballpark.  No fish are yet inhabiting the aquariums much like no fans are going to be going to the Marlins games after the initial honeymoon phase and the resulting traffic issues. Editor’s Note —...
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