Yadier Molina's Mohawk Is Real, Spectacular

So: The St. Louis Cardinals' star catcher, Yadier Molina, is already delivering on his big five-year contract extension—he's hitting .301 with a truly startling .504 slugging percentage—and Tuesday he hit a walk-off single to sneak the Cardinals past the Hated Chicago Cubs by a score of 7-6. How could his afternoon get any better? Well, he could infuriate Cubs fans by trading his usual haircut for a broad, distinctly un-faux mohawk. Early returns on the Yadier Molina mohawk Twittersphere:

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In this Cubs fan's defense, anybody with a visible neck tattoo is kind of asking for it. (Anyone with an invisible neck tattoo probably wears a lot of turtlenecks, which, depending on your opinion of Steve Jobs, might mean he's also asking for it.)

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Here's a photo, courtesy Jeff Curry of US Presswire:

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But if you'd like to learn the full story about Yadier Molina's mohawk, I'd suggest clicking that link for the latest episode of Legopiece Theater: Dugout Abbey, in which he's sent to kangaroo court—the Hon. Afro'd Judge Jon Jay, presiding.

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