Mengden Works to Revive Mustache Gang In Oakland

On June 23, 2016, by AMI Staff

Being that it’s 2016, you may have never heard of The Mustache Gang, a term coined for the 1972 Oakland Athletic’s baseball team that broke the traditionally conservative baseball views by sporting mustaches during the regular season. How did the Gang come to fruition? Reggie Jackson showed up to spring training with a mustache claiming [...]

Kluber Beard Guides AL Cy Young Victory

On November 13, 2014, by AMI Staff

Corey Kluber of the Cleveland Indians was named the American League’s top pitcher, winning his first Cy Young Award. You don’t fucking say?  The deeply bearded Kluber — who pretty much sucked ass before growing a facial forestry unit — captured 17 first-place votes and 169 points, narrowly edging out clean-shaven mortal Felix Hernandez of the Mariners who earned the [...]

Staten Island Yankees Look To Break Mustache Record

On June 12, 2014, by AMI Staff

The Staten Island Yankees are looking to break a sexually dynamic record at the team’s home opener this Friday — but not for most home runs. In a bid to break the Guinness Book World Record for most fake mustaches worn at the same place at the same time, the stadium will dole out a fake mustache [...]

John Axford Shines In Mo’jor League Video By The Reason

On April 10, 2012, by AMI Staff

Despite a run-time of just over 8 minutes, Milwaukee Brewers stopper and 2011 Robert Goulet Memorial Mustached American of the Year John Axford shines in the music video “Mo’jor League” by The Reason, which also features fat guys with ponytails, baseball, dudes kissing mustaches onto girls, and someone dressed in a gorilla suit. Life is [...]

Despite Being Canadian, Milwaukee Brewers Pitcher John Axford Talks U.S. Taxes And Mustaches

On March 13, 2012, by AMI Staff

Despite hailing from Communist Canada, Milwaukee Brewers pitcher John Axford, who in 2011 led all NL relievers in saves and was voted the Robert Goulet Memorial Mustached American of the Year, pays taxes to the United States government as well as the Canadian Confederate Communist Confederatory Confederation Tax Authority. That’s why Axford is speaking out [...]

Mr. Holland’s Mustache Comes Back to Haunt Cardinals GM Mozeliak

On October 25, 2011, by AMI Staff

St. Louis Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak has been called a lot of things: bright, shrewd, sharp, a hilarious jokester, and a swell square dancer. Possibly we should add “ignorant” to that list. Let me explain. About a year ago, I wrote that I had asked Mozeliak whether he was concerned about the lack of [...]

John Axford, Milwaukee Brewers Pitcher

On August 16, 2011, by AMI Staff

Continuing the American Mustache Institute’s award-winning interview series, AMI chairman Dr. Aaron Perlut recently spoke with Milwaukee Brewers closer John Axford. Axford, who you can find on Facebook and on Twitter, is tearing through National League hitters with the Brewers in first place in the NL Central and is expected to be a top contender [...]

Sutcliffe Mustache Comes Full Circle

On May 25, 2011, by AMI Staff

Maintaining the integral tie between Major League Baseball and the Mustached American community, last night on ESPN’s “Baseball Tonight,” the network’s outstanding analyst Rick Sutcliffe appeared with something not seen since his days pitching for the Cleveland Indians: A glorious, stand-alone, chevron-style mustache. Indeed, the Cy Young Award winner who finished his career with 171 [...]

AMI Records Video Tribute For Bowie Baysox, Baltimore Orioles

On April 29, 2011, by AMI Staff

As part of the American Mustache Institute’s efforts to thank the Baltimore Orioles Double-A affiliate Bowie Baysox for the upcoming May 4 “Mustache Mania” night, AMI chairman Dr. Aaron Perlut recorded this special message thanking the team, its fans, and the Mustached American community.

Bowie Baysox To Honor Mustached Americans at May 4 Game

On April 27, 2011, by AMI Staff

Much like Pamela Anderson and Hepatitis-C, since the 1970s the rich tradition of baseball and mustaches go hand-in-hand. While the 1980s were a dark time for people of Mustached American heritage, it did not deter the Baltimore Orioles organization from strongly supporting those with lower nose accoutrements. Lip-warming stalwarts like Eddie Murray, Rick Dempsey, Scott [...]

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