Know Your Red Sox Beards

Can you name all the Red Sox players' beards? Click to find out.

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The Boston Red Sox have made it to the World Series this year, and many Sox team members are sporting spectacular beards to boot. Twelve Red Sox players have "named" their bushy chins; can you guess what they're called? Click to find out.
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Mike Napoli's beard is called "The Siesta." His beard has its own Twitter handle: https://twitter.com/Napolisbeard
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Jonny Gomes' beard? It's called "The Ironsides." He could use a name for his freshly-shaved dome, too!
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David Ross' beard is named "The Wolf." Fitting? You tell us.
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Jarrod Saltalamacchia's aptly-named beard is called "The Saltine." Nothing bland about those bristles.
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Dustin Pedroia's fluffy scruff is called "The Sick Flow."
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Relief pitcher Brandon Workman's trimmed-up beard is called "The Blue Collar." Too obvious? We think it's brilliant.
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Mike Carp's impressive facial hair? "The Freshwater." Nothing fishy about that.
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David Ortiz's beard is referred to as "The Tease."
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Clay Buchholz's "The Bucʞ" is a strikeout for sure.
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Ryan Dempster's beard, "The Canuck," pays a little homage to his Canadian roots, eh.
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John Lackey's facial hair is nicknamed "The Sure Thing." In other words, the beard is clutch.
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And Shane Victorino's beard might have the most obvious nickname of them all: "The Pineapple." Can you see it?
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