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Photo gallery: Best mustaches in baseball history



Pittsburgh Pirate Dale Berra (left), winemaker Aldo Cella (center) and artist LeRoy Neiman clown around a bit prior to the Pirates' exhibition game with the Mets Saturday afternoon at Al Lang Stadium. The reason for the hijinks? It was Aldo Cella Day - complete with an Aldo Cella look-alike contest - at the ballpark.  

[Ricardo Ferro | Times]
Pittsburgh Pirate Dale Berra (left), winemaker Aldo Cella (center) and artist LeRoy Neiman clown around a bit prior to the Pirates' exhibition game with the Mets Saturday afternoon at Al Lang Stadium. The reason for the hijinks? It was Aldo Cella Day - complete with an Aldo Cella look-alike contest - at the ballpark. [Ricardo Ferro | Times]
Published Aug. 27, 2015

The Rays and the Dalí Museum are hosting the "World's Largest Mustache Party" Friday at Tropicana Field.

All fans attending the 7:10 p.m. game against the Royals (and ex-Rays star Ben Zobrist), will get a Rays Rally 'Stache to wear at the game.

Dalí, of course, is the famous artist known for his unique mustache, and the downtown St. Petersburg museum offers plenty of mustache-themed items and events.

In the same spirit, we thought you might enjoy looking through some photos of great mustaches from baseball's past.