Movember: The best mustaches in Boston Red Sox history

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Tony Armas

Other than being one of the most destructive forces in the history of the RBI Baseball series, other than his 251 career homers and his off-the-charts 1984 season with 43 bombs and 123 RBI, other than being the father of one of the players the Sox dealt to Montreal in exchange for Pedro Martinez, Armas boasts one of the more impressive flavor savers in Sox history. Paired with a poofy Afro that lingered from his Oakland A’s days, it was quite the look.

To this day, I’m pinch-hitting Armas for Barrett right away in a game of RBI, and that team is going to win big, particularly when Bruce Hurst is dealing.