Pour one out for Danny Espinosa's amazing mustache. It has been unceremoniously removed from his face. pic.twitter.com/S5pynZd1JT
— Washington Nationals (@Nationals) March 12, 2015
A sad start Thursday for the Nationals with news of the passing of Danny Espinosa's gigantic mustache. But Espinosa paid his respects later in the day by hitting a solo home run during an 11...
Great facial hair in Major League Baseball is to be expected. All players reported to spring training over the last week, and one player’s...
Eyes on it. #TonyTwoBags #Nats pic.twitter.com/MSVh3nmm4T
— Washington Nationals (@Nationals) February 24, 2015
Forget Danny Espinosa's Fu Manchu; get a load of Anthony Rendon's big hair.
Some serious moss coming out of #TonyTwoBags' cap this spring. @Taylor_Michael3 no longer rocking the flat top.
Baseball is here. That means wacky facial hair is here.
Pitchers and catchers reported to five teams on Wednesday, while 13 more clubs opened up camp on Thursday, including the Nationals.
Their second baseman, Danny Espinosa, showed up to Viera, Fla., with a an impressive Fu Manchu.
Just look at that thickness.
Sometimes you’ve got to go to extraordinary lengths to impress your club at Spring Training. For Danny Espinosa, his new handlebar mustache seems to have done the trick already. That thing is outstanding. [@Nationals]
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Players are reporting to Spring Training all across Florida and Arizona, and Washington Nationals second baseman Danny Espinosa arrived with some extra facial hair.
Danny Espinosa was one of the first position players in camp. His Fu Manchu has also reported. And it is glorious. pic.twitter.com/8K9EwJDQd6
— Washington Nationals (@Nationals) February 19, 2015
GOOD GOOGLY MOOGLY...
It’s no secret that the Washington Nationals will face an excess of position players once Bryce Harper returns from injury next week, but Manager Matt Williams insists he has a plan to combat the potential problem. Whether the organization’s plan involves a trade is still unknown, but if they do trade a player who is currently in the majors, it will most likely be Danny Espinosa...
The Washington Nationals were pleasantly surprised by Danny Espinosa’s early season progress, but his solid start has quickly turned into another slump.
As the opening month of the season ended, Espinosa was hitting a reliable .288 with a .341 on-base percentage and .828 OPS. To go along with his solid bat, Espinosa was playing a stellar second base and was adequately subbing...
Washington Nationals: Has Danny Espinosa improved?Coming into camp, Danny Espinosa is the Washington Nationals player with the most to prove. As he competes for a spot on the roster, Espinosa knows this is his most important spring training as a big leaguer. So far Espinosa has played with extraordinary effort and has received nothing but praise from manager Matt Williams. However...