Ballpark cut: Fan shaves Mauer's No. 7 into back hair

What do you do if you love Joe Mauer, have an ultra-hairy back and are really bored? Isn't it obvious?
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We love this video clip in oh, so many ways. First of all, we honor the fan (presumably a Twins fan in Kansas City) who took the time to shave Joe Mauer's name and number into his back hair. Gross? Hitting into a double-play with the bases loaded is gross, my friends. This is art. One thing that threw us, however, is that announcer Dick Bremer didn't make a glib comment right off the bat while seeing this. If it were up to us, we would have said, "The Twins' pitchers in yet another hairy situation this evening..."

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