There's a time for everything; that includes haircuts. Baseball players ostensibly could care less about what's on their head, or face. It's not their job to worry about fashion. It is also not their job to carelessly influence it.
Ballplayers, as role models for youth and as heroes for young and old, need to start taking their follicle-aesthetic far more seriously.
The days of the Rollie Fingers curler and Pete Rose's bowl-cut are long gone, but the trend of horrendously incorrect hairstyle selection has continued into the present.
Like any social disorder, the afflicted can only begin to change the problem after identifying it. By calling attention the following six abominations, I hope to open doors to a future free from offensive hairdos on the diamond.
Here's a look at baseballs six worst haircuts, hairdos—whatever you want to call it.