Vote: Who Has the Sweetest Moustache in Phillies History?


Alright, well we’ve shown you our All-Moustache Roster, now it’s time to determine the very best, who will receive the prestigious “Philly Sports History Phillies Face Furniture Award” (or PSHPFFA, for short) (Term “face furniture” courtesy of beardrevue.com). So vote below, and let us know who has the sweetest lip toupee in Phillies history. If you need to look over the Nose neighbors one more time, you can do so below. All ten of our finalist’s moustaches are posted after the jump. Voting ends Monday at 11:59 p.m., and on election day we’ll have a run off vote between our Top 3 vote getters. After you vote, click “like” below to help us spread the word and put democracy in action!

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Photo of the Day

A pic of birthday boy Dan Brouthers who would be turning 153 today. Brouthers played for a remarkable 10 different teams in his career, including the 1896 season with the Phillies. Brouthers was a 19th century giant, standing all of 6’2″ and weighing over 200 pounds, and once killed a catcher named Johnny Quigley by running over him. He retired after his season in Philly, and his .342 career batting average ranks him 9th all time in MLB history, remarkable since it seems he used a tiny little bat (above).