The Best Baseball Mugshots of 2008

As you might or might not know, the new baseball mugshots came out Saturday. And boy are they more awesome and unprofessional than years past (I guess Darren Daulton is right that the world is going to come to an end in 2010). Let’s count down the funniest mugshots.

5. Chris Denorfia, RF, Oakland A’s

The former Red and right field contender for Oakland has facial hair disaster written all over it. If he really wanted to look cool, he would wear a Jeff Kent ‘stache.

4. Luis Gonzalez, OF, Florida Marlins

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Gonzo’s pictures are always funny because of his passing resemblance to the Milwaukee Brewers racing sausages:

Hey Gonzo, watch out, Randall Simon might hit you in the head.

3. Jason LaRue, C, St. Louis Cardinals

What happened to LaRue’s hair? Another ex-Red in an unfortunate hair disaster. Keep your kids away.

2. Nick Johnson, 1B, Washington Nationals

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Nice chew, Nick Johnson, one of the few people who can afford Skoal these days

1. Adam Jones, OF, Baltimore Orioles

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And number 1 is Baltimore Orioles outfielder Adam Jones, and this was his reaction when he got traded from the Seattle Mariners to Baltimore.

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3 Comments on “The Best Baseball Mugshots of 2008”


  1. […] Bedard did in 2007 was post a 3.16 ERA, go 13-5, and strike out 221 batters. Though they received Adam Jones (scroll down to #1), this was not a good deal. Bedard averaged 10.93 strikeouts per nine innings. […]


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  3. […] Mugshot (and Cubs news) A while back, we did a story on our favorite mugshots. We must not have scanned ESPN.com hard enough because we made a glaring […]


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