The Miami Marlins have a strict policy on facial hair, and it may cost them any chance they have of retaining at least one of their players.
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The Miami Marlins will not allow their players to have facial hair in 2016.
The new policy was instituted after the hiring of Don Mattingly as manager, and he’s charged with enforcing the rule.