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Jessica Rinaldi for The Boston Globe
Shane Victorino sat down to have his beard shaved along with David Ortiz at Gillette World Shaving Headquarters in Boston.
A look at David Ortiz before the shave.
Victorino before getting his beard shaved.
Gillette treated the men to the shaves as it donated $100,000 to the One Fund, which was set up to aid Boston Marathon bombing victims.
Ortiz smiled as the shave began.
Victorino's beard was send to the cutting room floor.
The shave continued for Ortiz.
Victorino got the full razor treatment.
Adam Briere (finished off shaving Victorino's beard.
Ortiz showed off his trimmed facial hair.
How did it feel to have his beard shaved off? “Like I’m 12,” said Victorino.
Ortiz checked himself out in the mirror.
“Oh, I feel fresh,” said Ortiz. “I’m going down South now, so I got to keep it real. It’s not that cold down there.”
Also on hand was Boston Police Officer Steve Horgan.
Horgan gained notoriety after he was seen with his arms up-raised as Detroit Tigers outfielder Torii Hunter missed a home run in the ALCS.
With little urging, the nearly unrecognizable Horgan raised his arms in his now-famous victory salute.
Horgan showed off his freshly shaved face.
Horgan and Red Sox fan Michael Grant posed for a picture after shaving their beards.
After Horgan’s beard was gone, Ortiz said, “Man, you look 12 for real. Oh, my goodness.”
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