If not, here's the skinny...courtesy of Movember.com:
Each Movember we challenge men to change their appearance and the face of men's health by growing a moustache. The moustache is our ribbon, the means by which we raise awareness and funds for cancers that affect men. Much like the commitment to run or walk for charity, our commitment is to grow a moustache for 30 days. Funds raised benefit the Prostate Cancer Foundation and LIVESTRONG.
One Major Leaguer who has embraced the mustache is Washington Nationals reliever Collin Balester. Throughout most of his big league career, the right-hander has worn a 'stache and this November is no different.
"I'm just trying to challenge Major League Baseball players," Balester said in an interview with MLB.com earlier this month. "If baseball players could all join together for a great cause, I think we could raise a lot, because there are no better fans than baseball fans. If we could get some guys to jump on board and see what they could do, we could do something great."
I found Balester on Twitter a while back and suffice it to say...he's equally as good at tweeting about mustaches as he his tweeting about baseball.
Just had to rewind like 7 times to get a good pic of this unreal soup strainer. http://plixi.com/p/55595532
One of the best lip sweaters I have seen on a human in my existence. http://plixi.com/p/55380921
beer stache. http://plixi.com/p/54839336
Get to know Collin Balester by following him on Twitter at @ballystar40 or take part in Tuesday's SportsNation chat over at ESPN.com at 3pm EST. He'll be answering questions about this past season, this upcoming season and, of course, mustaches.
"You may look funny, gross, even weird but look yourself in the mirror and say this stache is for a good cause," Balester told The Hall this morning. "After all staches make males look 36 percent better looking."
Feel free to contribute to Balester's Movember efforts by joining "Bally's 'Staches".