Red Sox: Andrew Benintendi sporting new look for the offseason
Boston Red Sox left fielder Andrew Benintendi’s hair has been one of his trademarks. What is going on? All that is good must come to an end.
All that is good must come to an end. That is the case now with Boston Red Sox outfielder Andrew Benintendi‘s hair.
As the Red Sox come into their annual Winter Weekend, Benintendi showed up with a new look to his hair. We all know about his incredible locks, which were arguably the best in baseball, but now he’s starting over.
Sure, Benintendi is still rocking some nice flow, but it is not the same. Ian Browne of MLB.com said that he cut his hair due to a busy offseason full of weddings. I’m not sure about the other guys in the wedding, but there’s nothing better than having a best man who has some good hair.
Maybe it was the bride and groom’s request that he cut his hair, that way Benintendi did not steal the show at the wedding. We may never know.
But also, this could have some huge ramifications for the Red Sox. What is going to happen to the Flow Bros?
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Brock Holt and Benintendi are the members of the Flow Bro family, and now that one of them no longer has the flow, what is next for them? I am sure there are some hard feelings from Holt. His brother has betrayed him!
Maybe Benintendi will grow his hair back out for the season. He did the same at the end of the year last year, and let it grow back out. So it is likely that he will do it again.
But could this affect him?
Maybe his strength is in his hair, and he only cuts it during the offseason because he knows that he is not the same with short hair. Let’s hope that’s not the case, and his strength is still in his biceps. I mean his nickname is Benny Biceps after all.
I think even if Benintendi keeps the short hair, we can expect to see a better version of him this year. Even after a stellar rookie season, the young outfielder is looking for more.
He said on Thursday that he needs to be better for 2018 in an interview with MLB.com. Short hair or long hair, Andrew Benintendi will be an even better player in 2018.
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