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The All-Mustache Team: The 10 Greatest Mustaches In Sports History

Michael AkelsonCorrespondent IOctober 6, 2010

The All-Mustache Team: The 10 Greatest Mustaches In Sports History

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    There are three things every great athlete must have- Skill, will, and, most of all, an awesome mustache.

    To paraphrase Anchorman here, 30 percent of the time, that's true all of the time.

    Mustaches are as much America's pastime as baseball is, and it's only fair that they compete.

    Today I will name ten to the all-mustache team, an honor to say the least.

    So, without further adieu, I give you the All-Mustache team. Enjoy!

10. Andy Reid

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    There is no classier and disgusting mustache in all of sports, and best of all, it makes onions cry.

9. Al Hrabosky

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    A mustache that looks like a horseshoe? You have severe problems if you don't like Hrabosky's stache.

8. Joe Namath

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    With a mustache that boss, it's easier to see why Namath was so confident going into Super Bowl III

7. Lanny McDonald

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    At what point do you start to comb your mustache, Lanny?

6. Jason Giambi

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    The Giambino had one hell of a mustache going back in his Yankee days, in fact I heard it had a mind of it's own too. Giambi's mustache once allegedly won a game of connect four in three moves.

    You can't make this stuff up.

5. Don Mattingly

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    Don Mattingly may not have a championship to his name, but I'm sure he could trade that mustache in for a World Series ring whenever he is to shave it off.

4. Scott Player

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    And you're going to try to tell me punters aren't football players?

3. Mike Ditka

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    There is no more classy and legendary mustache in sports than Mike Ditka's.

2. Hulk Hogan

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    Hulk Hogan's mustache is a thing of beauty. They don't make 'em like that anymore.

1. Rollie Fingers

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    Was there ever any doubt? Those are the types of mustaches you see in cartoons, not on the face of one of the greatest closers to ever live.

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