Moises Alou and Jorge Posada have something in common. Despite the fact that most other players wear gloves to play baseball, they do not. This might be disadvantage, because it reduces the amount of grip that they can put on a bat or ball.
The way they manage to NOT wear gloves is very simple: they pee on their hands to improve their grips. While it might seem strange, it's hard to argue against Moises Alou, he's hit over 300 home runs and has been selected an All-Star six times in his 17 year career. However, Slate researched the issue and found that if anything, peeing on your hands might actually soften your hands. Who's right? Would you pee on yourself to improve performance? Tell us in the comments!