Dodgers rival Alex Bregman’s new hairstyle is beyond embarrassing

Adam Weinrib
CLEVELAND, OHIO - JULY 08: Alex Bregman of the Houston Astros hugs Joc Pederson of the Los Angeles Dodgers during the T-Mobile Home Run Derby at Progressive Field on July 08, 2019 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)
CLEVELAND, OHIO - JULY 08: Alex Bregman of the Houston Astros hugs Joc Pederson of the Los Angeles Dodgers during the T-Mobile Home Run Derby at Progressive Field on July 08, 2019 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images) /
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Do you have a Google alert set for “Houston Astros embarrassment”? Well, then today’s your lucky day!

Same situation if you have a Google alert set for “cornrows”.

Though the Dodgers will have to wait for the World Series to get any true revenge on the 2017 Astros, they can certainly settle for some social media roasting in the meantime.

Luckily, Alex Bregman ignited the firestorm all by himself on Monday night. Nobody else even had to do anything! Bregman just doused the logs in gas and tossed in a few additional matches, free of charge.

On what was supposed to be a typical Monday night, Bregman revealed in an IG Live session that he’d replaced his typical buzz cut with a set of cornrows, resembling every suburban teen girl who ever vacationed in Jamaica between the years 1998 and 2003.

Obviously, the look is not good, but furthermore, is this…is this still OK to do?

Dodgers fans will “love” seeing Alex Bregman’s horrible cornrows.

Man, we expected the Astros to continue getting it high and tight in the first full season after Rob Manfred’s report dropped, but not like this! Never like this.

Watch Bregman get punished more for the cornrows than the trash can banging. Just watch.

Perhaps Houston could use a little mojo change (Editors’ Note: Please no) considering Bregman, along with four other key teammates, have been out for several days due to health and safety protocols. Truly, though, you could’ve given us 20 guesses regarding how he was filling his time, and we never would’ve gotten here.

Leave it to Twitter to run wild with the news.

Sure, the Padres have surpassed the Astros in the hatred department among Dodgers fans, but only because we have to see them 18 times a year and they’ve chosen to reload during our contention window.

Nothing will ever equal what the Astros wrought on our game, though, and Bregman’s cornrows stand as yet another slap in the face from that entitled squad.

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