It helps with grip by drying the hands that may have executive moisture do to sweating. Most players today use batting gloves for better grip.
kabaddi players rub their hands with soil so as to provide a better grip of their opponent -Neeldri Roy
Pine tar to help there hands stick to the bat
because of friction
Baseball gloves do protect your hands with blisters, this is why many baseball players wear the gloves for long games in order to protect their hands.
they rub thier hands when they are pooing!
I'm pretty sure it is PINE TAR but not positive.
With dirt and a little bit of water. You put the ball in both hands with the mixture I spoke of earlier and rub it on the outside covering of the baseball until the shine and slickness is off!!
It is an "unwritten rule" of baseball, much like not talking to a pitcher during a no-hitter. It is most likely a show of masculinity. Players who over-react or rub their injuries, usually after hit by a pitch, are often mocked and teased by their team-mates, albeit in a good-natured way.
It doesn't really matter. Both hands, whichever side, are writing hands, so they are completely equal depending on which one you use. I don't think it matters if your left handed or right handed in playing baseball.
If you rub your two hands together nothing will happen, it will just become a little pale
with your hands
for grip, so the bat will not slip out of their hands while swinging
When you rub your hands together to warmth them thermal and kinethec energy happens.
If you feed it to them, or spray it on them yes, it can kill them, but if you rub some on your hands that is fine, just rub your hands together until it doesent smell like alcohol. (:!
Football ball players with larger hands, Larger hands means its less likely for the football to slip out, that and a strong group
To rub hands together
rub them together.
it causes friction
you rub it with your hands P.S. lick it