Sean Carley was sitting in his hometown barbershop in Melbourne, FL getting his signature Kenny Powers mullet and goatee shaved off when he got the call.The Yankees had just selected Carley as their 14th round draft pick. The right-handed pitcher from West Virginia University was going to be a professional baseball player. Suddenly, the decision to scrap his trademark look seemed like a gift of foresight rather than a whimsical image change.Since being selected by the Yankees organization, Carley has packed all his belongings away in storage and plans to drive from his Florida home to Staten Island on Friday. He’s never been to New York and he’s excited to see the Statue of Liberty and other iconic landmarks of Manhattan.Just a few years ago, the thought of being drafted in the majors...

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