MLB FanCave Honors Mustached American Experience in Baseball

On August 8, 2014, by AMI Staff

You may have noticed, or perhaps you did not if you are a clean shaven mortal, but this week Major League Baseball, the Cincinnati Reds, and the cast of WKRP In Cincinnati featuring Les Nessman unveiled the MLB All-Star Game logo for 2015 which will be held in Cincinnati’s Great American Ballpark. In stark contrast [...]

WAHL, STATS, ASK IF FACIAL HAIR PERFORMANCE ENHANCING

On July 15, 2013, by AMI Staff

With the Major League Baseball All-Star game upon us, Wahl and STATS have released an analysis of players with and without facial hair over the past decade suggesting facial hair is the key to athletic superiority. While the study is supportive of the sexually dynamic Mustached American lifestyle and its impact on the sport, had the study included data from the [...]

Axford’s ‘Stache Reportedly Sent Down to the Minors; Mustache American Community Erupts

On May 24, 2012, by AMI Staff

Mustached American Of The Year messages AMI about his choice to send lip garment to minors The Mustached American community is in turmoil this morning in the wake of rampant reports that Robert Goulet Memorial Mustached American of the Year® John Axford’s mustache has been sent down to the minors. “For the good of the [...]

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 [...]

The Animated Legend of Doc Ellis’ No Hitter On Acid

On August 12, 2011, by AMI Staff

In the past few years we’ve heard all too much about performance enhancing drugs and not enough about the power of the lower nose forest. But in 2008, a year before legendary Mustached American pitcher Doc Ellis died, radio producers Donnell Alexander and Neille Ilel recorded an interview for NPR with him in which the [...]

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.

Ryan Must Embrace ‘Stache

On May 26, 2010, by AMI Staff

So this is what it comes to. An American athlete adopts the Mustached American lifestyle, enjoys the warmth and attention it brings to his upper lip, then decides to abandon it, shaving his lower nose forestation which, of course, kills an angel in heaven (as the Dead Sea Scrolls, Leviticus, and the Book of Mormon [...]

Clay Zavada, Arizona Diamondbacks Pitcher

On November 14, 2009, by AMI Staff

Shortly after winning the American Mustache Institute’s “Robert Goulet Memorial Mustached American of the Year” award at ‘Stache Bash 2009, Arizona Diamondbacks relief pitcher Clay Zavada sat down with the AMI to wax poetic on the immense honor and humbling personal experience. Mr. Zavada was kind enough to withstand, and even respond to, a barrage of [...]

Ron Cey, Former Major League Baseball Player

On November 20, 2008, by AMI Staff

As much as it might pain us to admit it, the most notable physical trait about this month’s interviewee might not be his mustache, although both impressive and fear-inducing in its own right. Instead, it might be his distinctive running gait, which earned him the nickname “The Penguin” from his former manager, Hall-of-Famer Tommy Lasorda. [...]

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