Most Bizarre Sports Superstitions From Top Athletes

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You’ve probably heard of sports players who have their certain rituals that they believe help them win games. Sometimes they get a little crazy.

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Brian Urlacher

Before every game, Urlacher eats exactly two chocolate chip cookies.
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Covering Spit

It’s widely accepted in pro baseball that if a player spits, he must kick dirt over it or he’ll have bad luck at the game.
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Red Shirt

After Tiger Woods’ mom told him red was his power color, he started wearing a red shirt to his tournaments.
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Dirty Hat

Steve Kline of the St. Louis Cardinals, is well known for never washing the hat he wears to games.
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Mountain Dew

Before and during his games, Caron Butler drinks an entire 2-liter bottle of Mountain Dew, half before and half during.
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Chewing Gum

Stephan Lebeau chews up to 25 pieces of gum and spits them out exactly 2 minutes before the game starts.
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Wade Boggs

Boggs is so precise in his superstitions that he does batting practice at exactly 5:17 every day and runs sprints at 7:17.
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Bag of Minerals

Pitcher, Steve Finely, carries a bag of minerals with him for good luck.
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Voodoo Mystic

The Ecuadoran soccer team travels with a witch doctor to help them celebrate wins.
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The Number 3

Larry Walker of the Colorado Rockies loves the number 3 so much that he requests $3,333,333.33 on his contracts and was married at 3:33.
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John Henderson

This Raiders player gets ready for his games by asking someone to slap him.
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Goal Post Friends

Hockey player, Patrick Roy, has admitted that he talks to the goal posts to help him win games.
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