Marlins reinstitute facial hair ban under Don Mattingly

null null Baseball When Don Mattingly played for the Yankees from 1982-95, beards were not allowed, so Mattingly sported a mustache for most of his career. As a manager, Mattingly has been clean-shaven and the new Marlins manager won't allow any facial hair for his players."Guys may or may not like it," Mattingly said, via the Miami Herald. "I just think when we all get together, this is what we want and this is the way we go." The Marlins had a no-facial-hair policy in place until 2012, when then-manager Ozzie Guillen lifted the ban, and the team has since allowed varying degrees of beards, goatees and mustaches. MORE: Every team's best catcher ever One of the players affected this year is reliever Mike Dunn, who joined the M

arlins in 2011 and donned a goatee all of last season."Initially, not too many guys were happy about it," Dunn said. "When I first came over, it was goatees only. The last couple of years we had beards, but we had to keep them short. In 2014 and '15, (the rule) was kind of keep it neat, don’t look trashy or anything."Facial hair or not, the goal remains the same — winning games."Play hard," Dunn said. "That’s all that matters."