2020 All Hair Team of Major League Baseball

In Celebrate by Nick Claghorn11 Comments

Long Hair in Major League Baseball – 2020 Edition

We’ll remember a lot of weird shit from the coronavirus lockdown of 2020, but nothing quite so bizarre as Major League Baseball, with cardboard cutouts of fans in the stadium, simulated crowd noise, 7-inning doubleheaders and a 60-game regular season.

With no less enthusiasm for the return of a favorite summer pastime, once again we ask ourselves: who’s rocking the best long hair in Major League Baseball in 2020?

 
Honestly, imagine yourself one year ago turning on your TV to watch a ball game. Could you have possibly imagined seeing what we are seeing today?
We’ve been pondering deeply, but nowhere so deep as Nick Claghorn, Indianapolis mortgage lender and The Longhairs’ beat correspondent for Major League Baseball. From the clubhouse to the dugout he’s scrutinizing scouting reports and scouring sizzle reels to bring you the best lettuce in the big leagues of 2020.

Major League Longhairs Letting It Ride

Before Claghorn lets it rip we’re hurling some heavy hitting hair whips and high fives to the major league longhairs who have been rocking Hair Ties For Guys on and off the field this season.
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Matt Strahm
Matt Strahm, RHP
The Lefty With Lettuce
San Diego Padres
Fernando Tatis, Jr.
Fernando Tatis, Jr., SS
El Niño
San Diego Padres
Fernando Tatis, Jr.
Shaun Anderson, RHP
El Mide Seis Quatro
San Francisco Giants
Freddy Galvis
Freddy Galvis, SS
Toco
Cincinnati Reds
Freddy Galvis
Chris Paddack, RHP
The Sheriff
San Diego Padres
…and soon to be more.

Padres Lefty Matt Strahm on Let It Ride

For some extra hot mustard check out Matt Strahm on The Longhairs podcast.
Matt Strahm on Let It Ride

Throwing Gas With Blake Fox

And special thanks to our major league bro El Zorro, the first professional ball player on Let It Ride, who helped The Longhairs crack into the big leagues and donated his hair at The Great Cut.
Blake Fox on Let It Ride

The 2020 All Hair Team of Major League Baseball

Major League Longhairs Appearing

Noah Syndergaard, New York Mets
Dustin May, Los Angeles Dodgers
Matt Strahm, San Diego Padres
Chris Paddack, San Diego Padres
Freddy Galvis, Cincinnati Reds
Mike Clevinger, Cleveland Indians
Dustin Turner, Los Angeles Dodgers
Alyssa Nakken, San Francisco Giants
Shaun Anderson, San Francisco Giants
Fernando Tatis, Jr., San Diego Padres

Beat Correspondent Nick Claghorn

Claghorn is a midwestern baseball aficionado and The Longhairs’ beat correspondent for Major League Baseball. He once recognized Mark Grudzalonek in street clothes at the Kansas City airport and sat next to Will Clark on a flight to Baton Rouge. He doesn’t send Christmas cards but that is his real name. Connect with Nick for mortgage inquiries in the greater Indianapolis area @nickclaghorn
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Comments

  1. Josh Hader – Milwaukee Brewers
    Ben Gamel – Milwaukee Brewers
    Cole Tucker – Pittsburgh Pirates
    Josh Bell – Pittsburgh Pirates

    1. All great selections, always better to have too many than not enough of the longhairs on this list.

      1. And there’s just so many more too. Great job Clags this was a ton of fun!

  2. Great video. I love baseball, I love the Longhairs… And I especially love the new stitching that keeps the black part of the hair ties together. You guys kill it… Now we just need some Cubs hair ties… And maybe some more flow on the Cubs players.

    1. DUUUUDE! Stoked to read your comment man. If NICK CLAGHORN has anything to say about it we’ll be offering Cubs ties in no time. Keep lettin it ride man!

      1. I think Baez should ride it out, but I think Rizzo is the most obvious choice. With Madden as the manager before, I wouldve thought more long hair wouldve been obvious

    1. No love for the Red Sox? Lol. I know you can’t make ties for every team of course so I’m mostly kidding. I don’t even know if they have any pitchers with flow this year.

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