MiamiHerald / Adam Conley showed up to spring training flashing a new-look hairstyle – cropped short on the top and sides but left long in the back – a style better known as a mullet.

“Just because I like it,” Conley said.

When it comes to his pitching, though, the Marlins would prefer to see the old-look Conley, the left-hander who established himself as a dependable rotation piece two years ago before going south last season.

“This guy looked like a top starter [in 2016], and last year it just went in the other direction,” Marlins manager Don Mattingly said.


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