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Using just the distances between ‘landmark’ features, the differences between masculine and feminine faces come down to complex multivariate vectors, but features like brow prominence, chin size and lip thickness play a big part.

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The 6-foot-5 left-hander with a withering fastball and wicked changeup won five strikeout titles from 1965 to 1970 and twice topped 300 K's, a feat matched only by Sandy Koufax, Nolan Ryan, J. Richard, Walter Johnson, Curt Schilling, Randy Johnson and Pedro Martinez. "I was the biggest, most hopeless and most violent drunk in baseball," Mc Dowell admitted.

He struck out 2,453 during his 15-year career, and his 74 games of 10 or more K's rank fourth behind Ryan, Koufax and Steve Carlton.

Which might explain why Miranda Kerr’s full-lipped, round-faced, small-chinned visage seems to be everywhere these days.

So it would be reasonable to predict that lantern-jawed, Neanderthal-browed men at the far-masculine end of the facial distribution would be sought-after by women. Women don’t usually find masculine faces more attractive than more feminine male faces.

Feller used his velocity wisely, striking out 2,581 batters and posting a 266-162 record.

One of the smallest power pitchers in the history of the game, Martinez (5-foot-11, 170 pounds) made his legend with a tailing fastball, a wicked curve, a nasty change and a whole lotta feistiness.

Three years later he joined Nolan Ryan and Sandy Koufax as the only modern-era pitchers to strike out 300 batters in two consecutive seasons.

(Curt Schilling and Randy Johnson have since joined the fraternity.) His career was cut short by a stroke in 1980.

For every Javier Bardem or Josh Brolin, there’s an Orlando Bloom or Zac Efron down the girly end of the man-tinuum.

More studies report an overall preference for ‘feminine’ male faces than for ‘masculine’ ones.

At 6-foot-8, 200 pounds, Richard unleashed an overpowering 100-mph heater and a filthy 93-mph slider with just enough wildness to keep hitters from digging in at the plate.

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