Cito Gaston helped put Toronto on the map with a pair of World Series championships and four American League East titles
in the late 1980s and early 1990s. But often overlooked is that
Gaston also was a crusader for racial issues during those times, and
became just the fourth African-American manager in baseball history
when he was promoted by the Blue Jays in 1989.
Movember MLB Mustache Madness Managers Semi-Finals moves on to two mustachioed managers who are currently unemployed but for entirely different reasons.
Hillman has been winning by big percentages in every matchup thus far. That's something he might want to try the next time he gets a manager's job.
Gaston creeps closer and closer...
They may not be active managers anymore, but that doesn't make these next two Movember MLB Mustache Madness combatants any less impressive.
Martin shocked the world by trouncing Johnny Oates with 89% of the vote. A victory like that would have made the Boss proud.
If you don't want to vote for Cito based on his upper lip caterpillar...
The Movember MLB Mustache Madness Manager bracket rolls on. Time to close out the Manager bracket, but we will do so on a high note with the only two mustachioed managers with multiple World Series championships to their name.
When the Jays brought Gaston back for a second tenure, it wasn't because they longed for the franchise's glory days, they just missed...