AMI Sends Red Sox Beardism Marketing Cease & Desist

On October 25, 2013, by AMI Staff

In the midst of a campaign to survey America about the acceptance of facial hair in the workplace, on October 24, the American Mustache Institute sent the following correspondence to Boston Red Sox Executive Vice President, Corporate Strategy & General Counsel, Ed Weiss.   Mr. Weiss, We at the American Mustache Institute (AMI) applaud you [...]

Nominations Open for 2013 Goulet Award

On September 3, 2013, by AMI Staff

The American Mustache Institute has opened nominations for the 2013 Robert Goulet Memorial Mustached American of the Year, which Mexican telecommunications magnate Carlos Slim and Ladies Home Journal have called on par with the Nobel Prize for Peace. Nominations will be accepted until Friday, Sept. 27.  A pool of finalists will then be selected by AMI’s certified [...]

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 [...]

Texans QB Matt Leinart Becomes Statistical Anomaly

On November 28, 2011, by AMI Staff

In August 2010, Cincinnati Reds pitcher Johnny Cueto received a seven-game suspension for kicking St. Louis Cardinals catcher Jason LaRue in the head during a benches-clearing incident. Not only did the incident end LaRue’s career, but it served as a stark reminder of what can happen when a mustache is removed. Up until that week, [...]

Milwaukee Brewers Pitcher John Axford

On August 19, 2011, by AMI Staff

Sitting in the visitors dugout at Busch Stadium in St. Louis, AMI chairman Dr. Aaron Perlut recently spoke with Milwaukee Brewers all-star closer John Axford about a range of topics — From Communism to Justin Bieber to to what Axford’s mustache thought of his team’s acquisition of Francisco Rodgriguez to the worthless jaw cushion 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 [...]

MLB ‘Stache Talk With Nationals’ Balester – Spring Training Wraps Up

On March 28, 2011, by AMI Staff

Last time on MLB ‘Stache Talk, Dr. Aaron Perlut and Collin Balester of the Washington Nationals discussed the onset of Spring Training. This time, they discuss Spring ball winding down and the unnerving tension of finding out whether Collin will start in Washington or be sent to Triple-A Syracuse.

Talking Baseball And Mustaches With Collin Balester

On February 27, 2011, by AMI Staff

This week American Mustache Institute chairman Dr. Aaron Perlut speaks with pitcher Collin Balester of the Washington Nationals from Spring Training about baseball, mustaches, the MILF-hot cougars running around spring ball, and whether he’s rubbed his mustache on Nationals’ president Stan Kasten’s head for good luck.

Washington Nationals Pitcher Collin Balester

On February 17, 2011, by AMI Staff

The American Mustache Institute chairman Dr. Aaron Perlut spoke via Skype with middle relief pitcher Collin Balester of the Washington Nationals from Spring Training 2011 about baseball, mustaches, the MILF-hot cougars running around spring ball, and whether he’s rubbed his mustache on former Nationals’ president Stan Kasten’s head for good luck.

Nationals’ Balester Raising No Shave November Bar

On November 4, 2010, by AMI Staff

Despite not being a finalist for the Goulet award, in the Mustached American community, Collin Balester is a hero. The Washington Nationals relief pitcher has withstood the pressures from agents, the Major League Baseball Player’s Union, the United Midgets Rights Union, and his seemingly mustache-friendly wife Ashley to remove his lower nose ruffage for several [...]

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