this-day-in-baseball:

October 20, 1982
The Brewers, playing in their first World Series, are unable to hold on to a 3-1 lead in Game 7 when the Cardinals’ Keith Hernandez hits a two-run sixth inning single, leading to a 6-3 win over Milwaukee. It’s the Cardinals first world championship since 1967.

It was also his 29th birthday, which means Keith is 61 today.

this-day-in-baseball:

October 20, 1982

The Brewers, playing in their first World Series, are unable to hold on to a 3-1 lead in Game 7 when the Cardinals’ Keith Hernandez hits a two-run sixth inning single, leading to a 6-3 win over Milwaukee. It’s the Cardinals first world championship since 1967.

It was also his 29th birthday, which means Keith is 61 today.

sesamestreet:

Now batting….
Number 43….
Snuffle….
Upagus….

sesamestreet:

Now batting….

Number 43….

Snuffle….

Upagus….

(Source: vintagesesame)

sportsnetny:

Keith Hernandez’s mustache has rarely left its perch below his nose in his adult life. It is the thicker, longer cousin to his eyebrows, the hirsute geometric center of his face. His mustache is an entity and a signature. After years of renown, it was voted the top sports mustache of all time in a survey by the American Mustache Institute in 2007.
But now, the Hernandez mustache might have a month of life left in it.
He announced the possibility of shaving it last week on a Mets broadcast. But…
Read: NYTimes

sportsnetny:

Keith Hernandez’s mustache has rarely left its perch below his nose in his adult life. It is the thicker, longer cousin to his eyebrows, the hirsute geometric center of his face. His mustache is an entity and a signature. After years of renown, it was voted the top sports mustache of all time in a survey by the American Mustache Institute in 2007.

But now, the Hernandez mustache might have a month of life left in it.

He announced the possibility of shaving it last week on a Mets broadcast. But…

Read: NYTimes