Free All-Star Game Haircuts Are Now a Thing Outside Progressive Field

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Baseball superfans now have the option of getting their hair cut or painted up in honor of their favorite baseball player or team.

Through today and tomorrow, the good people of Supercuts hair salon are setting up shop at the Gateway Plaza, also known as the big brick space between Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse and Progressive Field, through both the Home Run Derby and actual All-Star Game. 



The pop-up is free to fans of all teams, and includes trims, haircuts and stenciled team logo hair painting. While supplies last, fans can also collect on limited-edition combs and even a $5-off coupon.

Hours start at 3 p.m. today and 2:45 on Tuesday and both run through 9 p.m.



We can only hope more than one Tribe fan goes all in on a Wild Thing haircut (as seen above).

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