yes he can because it is healthy
Yes, at the Major League level they can.
In the old days, baseball players primarily chewed tobacco and it became a bit of a tradition to chew and spit on field. Chewing tobacco has gone out of style, however many ball players chew gum and spitting is still an acceptable tradition.
Most people i know say that baseball players chew tobacco or something like that, but as a baseball player myself i think its not true because if they do they would come out positive in the drug tests. When i play i ither chew gum or eat flower seeds, but i keep away from tobacco. The MLB does not test for tobacco....it's legal and non-performance enhancing.
they actually used to chew tobacco but now rely on gum instead in order to keep their mouths from going dry.
I have never seen him chew tobacco.
bear tobacco chew
Either gum or sunflower seeds because they are not allowed to chew tobacco on the fields anymore.
No,John Cena doesn't chew tobacco
the danger of chew tobacco are; it damage the lungs, one is will die young.
1. girls chew tobacco? 2.i wouldn't incase 3.U IDIOT! DON'T CHEW TOBACOO 4.BYE!
You should not chew tobacco before a fasting blood test. The chewing tobacco raises the blood glucose and it depresses insulin secretion.
85% of MLB Players chew.
you can chew and inhale tobacco so yes
Baseball players used to chew tobacco all the time, and now they are trying to break that. They still want to do something with their mouth though, so they chew bubblegum and eat sunflower seeds.
Cigar, cigaret, chew on tobacco if you play sports never chew tobacco you are GOING to get KICKED OFF THE TEAM
It depends. With dip you do not chew it but with actual leaf chewing tobacco like Red Man or Beech Nut you do
yes justin moore does chew
no you can't chew it. This kind of tobacco is only for smoking.There are other kinds kinds of special chewing tobacco axactly for this reason. Personally i don't recomend you to chew any kind of tobacco 'cause you'll get problems with your teeth.
no And it is not ok to chew tobacco.
Yes, tobacco companies add sugar to the tobacco to make the chew more sweet