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Former Mets first baseman and current broadcaster Keith (Credit: Getty)

Former Mets first baseman and current broadcaster Keith Hernandez had his mustache shaved off by Elliott Chester in front at Citi Field for charity. Schick Hydro and Hernandez donated $10,000 to The Jacquelyn Hernandez Adult Day Health Center for patients with Alzheimer's disease. (Sept. 27, 2012)

Keith Hernandez, sans mustache

It was the end of era as Keith Hernandez shaved his mustache off for charity. (Sept. 27, 2012)

Former Mets first baseman and current broadcaster Keith
(Credit: Charles Eckert)

Former Mets first baseman and current broadcaster Keith Hernandez had his mustache shaved off by Elliott Chester in front at Citi Field for charity. Schick Hydro and Hernandez donated $10,000 to The Jacquelyn Hernandez Adult Day Health Center for patients with Alzheimer's disease. (Sept. 27, 2012)

Former Mets first baseman and current broadcaster Keith
(Credit: Getty)

Former Mets first baseman and current broadcaster Keith Hernandez had his mustache shaved off by Elliott Chester in front at Citi Field for charity. Schick Hydro and Hernandez donated $10,000 to The Jacquelyn Hernandez Adult Day Health Center for patients with Alzheimer's disease. (Sept. 27, 2012)

Former Mets first baseman and current broadcaster Keith
(Credit: Getty)

Former Mets first baseman and current broadcaster Keith Hernandez had his mustache shaved off by Elliott Chester in front at Citi Field for charity. Schick Hydro and Hernandez donated $10,000 to The Jacquelyn Hernandez Adult Day Health Center for patients with Alzheimer's disease. (Sept. 27, 2012)

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Former Mets first baseman and current broadcaster Keith
(Credit: Getty )

Former Mets first baseman and current broadcaster Keith Hernandez had his mustache shaved off by Elliott Chester in front at Citi Field for charity. Schick Hydro and Hernandez donated $10,000 to The Jacquelyn Hernandez Adult Day Health Center for patients with Alzheimer's disease. (Sept. 27, 2012)

Former Mets first baseman and current broadcaster Keith
(Credit: Getty )

Former Mets first baseman and current broadcaster Keith Hernandez prepares to have his mustache shaved off by Elliott Chester in front at Citi Field for charity. Schick Hydro and Hernandez donated $10,000 to The Jacquelyn Hernandez Adult Day Health Center for patients with Alzheimer's disease. (Sept. 27, 2012)

Former Mets first baseman and current broadcaster Keith
(Credit: Charles Eckert)

Former Mets first baseman and current broadcaster Keith Hernandez had his mustache shaved off by Elliott Chester in front at Citi Field for charity. Schick Hydro and Hernandez donated $10,000 to The Jacquelyn Hernandez Adult Day Health Center for patients with Alzheimer's disease. (Sept. 27, 2012)

Former Mets star and current SNY analyst Keith
(Credit: Getty)

Former Mets star and current SNY analyst Keith Hernandez before he did the unthinkable -- shave off his mustache for charity at Citi Field. (Sept. 27, 2012)

Former Mets first baseman and current broadcaster Keith
(Credit: Charles Eckert)

Former Mets first baseman and current broadcaster Keith Hernandez had his mustache shaved off by Elliott Chester in front at Citi Field for charity. Schick Hydro and Hernandez donated $10,000 to The Jacquelyn Hernandez Adult Day Health Center for patients with Alzheimer's disease. (Sept. 27, 2012)

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Former Mets first baseman and current broadcaster Keith
(Credit: Charles Eckert)

Former Mets first baseman and current broadcaster Keith Hernandez had his mustache shaved off by Elliott Chester in front at Citi Field for charity. Schick Hydro and Hernandez donated $10,000 to The Jacquelyn Hernandez Adult Day Health Center for patients with Alzheimer's disease. (Sept. 27, 2012)

Keith Hernandez shaved off his famous mustache for
(Credit: Newsday/Marc Carig)

Keith Hernandez shaved off his famous mustache for charity at Citi Field. (Sept. 27, 2012)

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