Baseball Sunflower Seeeds
At just about any baseball game, you'll see baseball players chewing and spitting all around the field. Back in the day, players would use chew or dip AKA smokeless tobacco to keep their mouths moist in the field, then use their spit to keep their gloves moist, to channel nervous energy, or to keep busy when there wasn't much action going on. It's now banned in over half of the MLB baseball stadiums and mostly frowned upon for its health risks. Instead, players opt for a healthier way to keep their mouths moist in the field, sunflower seeds! They've now become a traditional part of the game for players and fans. Whether they're in the dugout or on the field, you'll definitely be seeing sunflower seeds at a baseball game.