The George Steinbrenner rules of neatly trimmed hair, clean-shaven faces, and no sideburns are still in effect and Rougned Odor learned that when joining the team this week. Prior to joining the Yankees, Odor had a full-on weave of whiskers on his chin. When he suited up for today’s Yankees, Rays game in Tampa, he might have been given a batboy uniform when entering the clubhouse. Anyone coming to the Yankees knows the drill. Even in 2021 where this sort of policy is generally frowned upon, if you want to be a Yankee, you better hit the barber on the way in.
“I feel weird, even my daughter, she doesn’t want to look at me,” Odor said. “It is what it is, but I’m happy to be here.”
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