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"It's really no surprise as we've long been within the curve as far as our RBI (Rock Beard Index) goes!" he wrote.
"Beards, balls and bats have long been a presence on the diamond, going back to the very beginnings of baseball," he wrote. "We're right in step with the phenomenon of the cultivation of chin whiskers which has boosted our Boston buddies to do as well as they have."