There is no place where the lucky charm is more valuable to an athlete than in the locker room or on the court, course, ice or field. The power of the lucky charm is not to be disputed.
For athletes—and even for some of their coaches—the presence of it can represent the difference between a winning or losing season.
What if someone stole Tiger Woods' red shirt the day of the final round of the Masters? Goodbye, green jacket.
The power of lucky charms is, more often than not, more of a mental power than an actual power, but hey, it works sometimes.
Here are some of the strangest good luck charms in sports.