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[post_page_title]Sunflower seeds are for eating[/post_page_title]
If you’ve watched baseball, or have been to a game, you know sunflower seeds are a part of the experience. For the most part, the players eat them, but in Greg Harris’ case, he flicked them at his teammates, like an annoying little brother. In 1987, Harris was actually sidelined for two starts because he injured himself flicking seeds at his teammates during an entire game. The Rangers pitcher actually flicked enough seeds to cause inflammation in his elbow.

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