For years, baseball pitchers have been trying to get a little bit of an edge by using substances like pine tar to get a better grip on the ball.

Sometimes, they put it under the bill of their hat or somewhere else inconspicuous.

A few weeks ago, New York Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda had a foreign substance on his hand during an outing against the Boston Red Sox.

Well, Pineda was back at it again Wednesday night, once again while the Yankees were facing the Red Sox.

He appears to be the worst ever at hiding his cheating because he had a big 'ol snail trail of pine tar on the side of his neck. He was ejected from the game and faces a possible 10-game suspension from Major League Baseball.

Source: Free Beer & Hot Wings