Eric Karros Pushes Hair Design Into New Realm

FOX covered its first baseball game of the season over the weekend, traveling to Anaheim for the Angels-Red Sox contest. It was there that color analyst Eric Karros debuted to the world a hairstyle more distracting than a 1,000 FOX robots doing the Thriller Dance in unison:
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↵Bugs & Cranks described it as an invisible headband look, a description that would likely insult the stylist who created this haircut. That would be architect Frank Gehry, who was inspired by his whimsical Walt Disney Concert Hall, as you can clearly see when we superimpose that building atop Karros’ head: ↵

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↵That's the world's first haircut eligible for an Oscar in visual effects, the Pritzker Prize and a gold medal for interpretive dance all at once. And, if you were to ask any of the Sox/Angels players, they’d probably tell you that hair is far more intimidating than anything that went down during the yelling match between the two teams the following day. Try throwing a fastball high and tight to that haircut, Josh Beckett, and see what happens. ↵

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This post originally appeared on the Sporting Blog. For more, see The Sporting Blog Archives.

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