Pitcher Jeff Weaver's July 7 debut for the Yankees (lower left) was shocking not because he went seven innings for the win but because he brought unruly collar-length locks to a team for which Yankee Clipper has an alternative meaning. Would there be a confrontation between the hirsute hurler and the owner whose hair code is, Keep it short, neat and off your face? "Mr. Steinbrenner didn't make any comments—maybe he was giving me a day of leeway," says Weaver, who was acquired from the Tigers 36 hours before the game. The next day Weaver, who also sported a goatee in Detroit, went for a makeover (lower right). "You see Jason Giambi come over and cut his hair and clean up his face," said Weaver. "I figured I didn't have more pull than he did." Giambi, of course, has undergone a radical transformation since his shaggy days in Oakland (top left), and lately he's flaunted his squeaky-clean image in a deodorant commercial (upper right). "The joke is that the first thing they hand you when you become a Yankee is a razor," says reliever Steve Karsay, who signed with the Yanks last winter, "but it's not like that." Oh no? Karsay had a messy 'do when he met Steinbrenner last spring. "He suggested I get a haircut," says Karsay. "So I did."