Andrew McCutchen, former quintessential National League player, says the New York Yankees must get rid of their haircut policy, which doesn’t allow players to grow facial hair or see their length. hair go under the collar of their uniform.
“There should be changes in the future,” said McCutchen.
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McCutchen, who played 25 games with the Yankees in 2018, made an appearance in “The Sports Bubble with Jensen Karp” and said it was not fair in today’s world to follow these rules.
“I think – especially in this year, the year 2020,” said McCutchen. “I just feel like these things should be things that people take to heart and realize that we have a way of expressing ourselves in different ways. ”
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Before playing for the Yankees, McCutchen was worried, but was forced to cut his hair and shave his beard when he arrived in New York. McCutchen says it was an honor to play for the Yankees, but he thinks the haircut policy should go.
“I really think it takes away from our individualism,” said McCutchen.