There was no shortage of hulking swaglords in the '90s, but Mike Piazza was in rarefied air. He entered the league with a feathered mullet and pencil-thin goatee, a look that served as an appropriately strapping precursor to his incredible baseball career. Recently, Complex News had the opportunity to sit down with the greatest hitting catcher in MLB history to talk about his fascinating style evolution, from a young, unkempt slugger to a baby-faced spokesman for clean shaving.
Oh, and lest you think we wasted a sitdown with Piazza by roasting old baseball cards, we also covered the MLB Winter Meetings. You can watch that interview embedded below.