Superstitions are as much a part of Major League Baseball as the hit-and-run. In a game of streaks, they almost have to be.
Whether a superstition or ritual is to avoid going into a slump, to break out of a slump or to keep a hot streak alive, players come up with the most fascinating ideas, believing they will impact their game.
While some superstitions have been around as long as baseball itself, there are many players who are so "out there" with their actions that no one would dare mimic them. Those are the ones we as fans love the most.
While I did my best to find a superstitious player from each team, in some cases the actions occurred before they went to the team or after they had moved on. In either case, they played for the team at some point.
Here is every team's most superstitious player ever.