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    A Minor League Baseball Team Just Made A Disembodied Mustache Its Logo

    And no, it wasn't the Brooklyn Cyclones.

    The Lexington Legends are the Kansas City Royals' Class A affiliate. But the Royals affiliation is only a little over a month old, so the team wanted to make a big splash in celebration. They decided to do that with a good old-fashioned identity overhaul.

    Here's the Legends' mascot. His name is Big L. He has a luscious, daunting 'stache.

    As part of a two-day fundraiser for the Boy Scouts of America, the mustachioed mascot rappelled down the 410-foot Lexington Financial Center while wearing the Legends' new uniforms.

    This act inspired a tremendous quote from the Legends' graphic designer, Ty Cobb (seriously — he's named Ty Cobb.): "Big L's like Superman."

    But the best part of all this — even better than the guy named Ty Cobb and a mascot repelling down a building — is that one of the team's new logos is a mustache.

    A disembodied mustache, based on Big L's. A mustache. Just a mustache. The Legends will wear this hat during away games. They will never lose, because the other team will be laughing too hard to play properly.

    Yes, that is a cardboard mustache and mustache art.

    And yes, those are mustaches on sticks. (Stickstaches?)

    I don't know about you, but I'm a Legends fan now.