And, naturally, if people will do jack-o-lanterns that feature stuff like that on them, they'll certainly do sports related ones as well too. So here's a look at some of the most impressive - and incredibly weird - sports themed jack-o-lanterns that have been done over the years.
First up is an Ahman Green Jack-o-lantern, which admittedly is somewhat rare.
And as an added bonues, he autographed it too.
If you're worried that Ahman's the only pro (or former pro) out there signing jack-o'-lanterns, fear not. Stan Musial is doing it as well, because we all know signing jack-o'-lanterns is how most athletes make money on the side.
I'm starting to wonder if both these guys are a little hard-up for cash. Anyway, both of those pumpkins were sold on eBay last year. Moving on, here's a jack-o'-lantern featuring Mike Holmgren.
Manny Ramirez admiring one of his home runs.
For no real particular reason, Washington Nationals manager Manny Acta
And you might as well have an Ozzie Guillen one as well.
Here's the MLB logo looking good in some guy's kitchen.
And we certainly can't forget the World Champion Philadelphia Phillies either.
Or Placido Polanco.
And just in case that Polanco one wasn't weird enough for you, here's Yadier Molina.
And don't think colleges aren't getting involved. They definitely are. Here's an LSU pumpkin.
And a Penn State one.
And, amazingly, a Matt Ryan for Heisman one.
And at this point, I might as well just rip off one-after-one the remaining pumpkins.
A pumpkin inspired by the Detroit
Pumpkins celebrating the 2004 Red Sox.
Here's a slightly more detailed version of Papi.
And one of Mike Lowell.
And of course we can't forget soccer.
And lastly, for no real reason, here's Kool-Aid man.Why? Because Kool-Aid Man is awesome, that's why.