By Megan Borgert-Spaniol
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I don't want it to flop to the right or left when I shoot. "I don't wear wristbands on my right arm because they would throw my shot off. "They're okay on the left wrist. " What about the tape on the left wrist? Why wear that? "I hurt my wrist one time, and I've kept it taped up since," said Reggie. " Skipper Superstitions Most baseball managers are well known for their superstitious practices. Some take the same route to the ballpark every day. Others make it a practice to sit at a certain spot on the bench during the game.
Then, when they played the national anthem, I turned sideways, so I kind of faced the other players. " Craig, who became Director of Professional Evaluation for the Sabres after he retired as a player, had a reason for his routines. He said: "You know, I wasn't a great player, a superstar. So what I tried to do was play at the best of my ability as often as possible. I think the superstitions helped. " < previous page page_46 next page > < previous page page_47 next page > Page 47 The Mascot When John Burkett and Bill Swift each won 20 games for the San Francisco Giants in 1993, it brought back memories of Ron Bryant, another 20-game winner.
Jim Marshall, a tight end for the Atlanta Falcons, used to tape a penny to each shoe before going out to the field. Claude Humphrey, a defensive end for the team, taped a lucky feather to his helmet. Place-kicker John Leypoldt of the Buffalo Bills would always spend several minutes polishing his kicking shoe. Tight end Terry Nelson of the Los Angeles Rams taped his fingers before every game, whether they were injured or not. < previous page page_50 next page > < previous page page_51 next page > Page 51 Doug Betters of the Miami Dolphins always stuck a couple of sticks of gum in his socks as he was getting dressed.
Aardvarks by Megan Borgert-Spaniol