Arenado’s cousin, Josh Fuentes, slides in at No. 8. Fuentes, a natural infielder, doesn’t solely take after his relative on the diamond. His facial hair has a similar look to Arenado’s as well. Fuentes, though, gets the boost due to the degree to which he keeps his hair groomed. A much neater mustache and trimmed beard makes for a cleaner look overall, giving him the slight edge over Arenado.
Next, we move back to the mound for the No. 7 spot, where we recognize German Márquez. The flame-throwing righty isn’t one for a mustache, but he more than makes up for it with the beard. He keeps it at its fullest under the chin, and it gets shorter on either side as it crawls up to his ears. Not unlike Senzatela, Márquez has kept mostly the same look since he broke into the Majors, and if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.
Now it’s time for one of my personal favorites. I needed at least one mustache guy, and reliever James Pazos represents well at No. 6. He’s not messing around with the beard, the mustache is good enough for Gilbert, Ariz., native. Not everyone can pull it off, but his is well-maintained and full enough to earn a spot on my list. I’ll let the Seattle Mariners take it from here.