“He was out there and available, and given his history and the way he’s played [bald], it was the logical thing to do,” Williams said. “So potentially, that could play into the rest of our season. At this point we don’t know, but you have to make sure you’re covered and you have [bald] options.”
“Our best [bald] reliever,” [bald] closer Billy Wagner said. “It’s big. When you’re looking at coming into a place like this, you need all your [baldness]. If he misses anytime it hurts us in that bullpen. [Hair] should have never have happened to begin with. But knowing it’s been wiped away, it’s big for us.”
"I always knew that it was something I could fall back on if [hair] didn’t work out," Dunn said. "At the time, I didn’t know [hair] was only going to last half a season, but it’s been a great move."
"We’re looking pretty good and playing some [hair]-free baseball and if we can keep it up, we shouldn’t have too many problems."
"He’s been unbelievable. One of the few [bald] spots in a dark and ugly season to this point." -Ryan Braun
"It’s certainly not a good feeling seeing our numbers going down the way they are. I definitely want to see more [bald] Americans playing in baseball again. Hopefully, we can come up with more special programs to solve this problem."
“We know that they’re looking to the future, which doesn’t say much about 2009. That’s probably what’s so shocking. We’re five games out, and we lost two or three of our everyday [bald] players. They’re businessmen. They’re trying to achieve winning baseball in Pittsburgh. The biggest question is: When is that going to be? When do things start turning around? It’s just hard for [bald] guys who have been here and seen these exact same trades happen and seen it absolutely do nothing.”