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On June 18, 1972, colorful Oakland A’s owner Charlie Finley holds baseball’s first ever "Mustache Day." Finley agrees to pay $300 to each of his players for growing mustaches by Father’s Day. Reggie Jackson had started the trend by reporting to spring training with a mustache - the first major leaguer to do so since Wally Schang in 1914.