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Jose Reyes and Hanley Ramirez Got Matching Dye Jobs

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When the Miami Marlins signed Jose Reyes, there was a lot of speculation as to how the speedy Dominican superstar shortstop would mesh with the team's existing speedy Dominican superstar shortstop, Hanley Ramirez.

The answer: They're basically the Siegfried and Roy of America's pastime.

Today, Ramirez tweeted this photo after they got matching dye jobs:

There's a lot to look at there beyond the hair, what with the matching bracelets, Ramirez's "shhhh" motion, Reyes' sly pinkie, the ornately shaved eyebrows and... where is Ramirez's right hand?

An account from the MLB.com reporter who was there:

Second baseman Omar Infante said, "I'm next, papi."

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