Why do baseball players spit?

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In an era when baseball players chewed tobacco, spitting was common. Today they chew gum and eat sunflower seeds. So why do players, managers, coaches, and umpires still spit? California psychoanalyst, Mary C. Lamia says it is to intimidate their opponents. “Spitting evokes a disgust response.” When…
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