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Before You Know It, They Will Be Pumping In Bauhaus Tunes At Tropicana Field

Orioles Rays Baseball

White on white translucent black capes
Back on the rack
Bela Lugosi’s dead
The bats have left the bell tower
The victims have been bled
Red velvet lines the black box
Bela Lugosi’s dead
Undead undead undead
The virginal brides file past his tomb
Strewn with time’s dead flowers
Bereft in deathly bloom
Alone in a darkened room
The count
Bela Logosi’s dead
Undead undead undead

You have to give credit to Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon. Attempting to lighten the mood, he dyed his hair black.

“I think we’ve been playing hard, we definitely care, and I was looking for an avenue to lighten things up a bit,” Maddon said. “So I went with darker hair to lighten things up a bit.”

How utterly depraved and wicked. Dying one’s hair darker to lighten the mood? Now I’ve heard everything.

Although I am somewhat concerned for the guy. Once you go to the darkside, it’s hard to come back. My parents made me spend an entire summer at a “reeducation camp” in high school to pull me out of my “Sisters of Mercy/Joy Division” phase. But I showed them – you can change someone on the outside but you can never touch their cold, black heart and what lies within. Now, if you’ll excuse me, I have to blow out all of these candles. It’s far too bright in here.

Maddon’s dark hair lightens mood for Rays [Tampa Bay Online]