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Bryce Harper dyed his hair grey (Photo)

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Bryce Harper's Season Doesn't Make Sense

In addition to being one of the best players in Major League Baseball, Bryce Harper is undeniably recognized for his sense of style. Between the beard and his quaffed hair, the Washington Nationals superstar is one of baseball's most recognizable figures in that regard. And now he's going to be fair more recognizable because he's dyed his hair grey.

Harper took to Instagram on Saturday afternoon to show off his new hairstyle, which he referred to as "Ice," but is unmistakably grey:



Men's Grooming on Bryce Harper @bharper3407... Hair by The LeBlue Ladies @suzanleblue @peyleblue #squaresalon #mensgrooming #manstyle

A photo posted by Las Vegas Luxury Salon & Spa (@squaresalonlv) on


Perhaps Harper wants to be recognized as a veteran player in the league and he figured aging himself was the best way to go about it. Otherwise, I can't imagine walking into a hair salon and that being the color that seems like the right choice.

What's crazier is that Harper kept his beard his natural brown. If you're going to prematurely age yourself by dying your entire head of hair grey, go all out with it and look like the oldest 22-year-old in the history of baseball.

We'll see if this is going to be a permanent look for Harper or if he's just going through a man-why-aren't-the-Nats-in-the-postseason-right-now type of crisis. Either way, this hairstyle is going to live in infamy in the sports world for quite some time.

H/T to Cut 4

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