All kinds of tobacco are banned. It is also illegal for anyone younger than 18.
The NCAA banned tobacco during games and practice in 1994. In 2002, it adopted a zero-tolerance rule. Players or coaches caught possessing tobacco in any way during a game will be ejected.
Minor league baseball
Tobacco was banned in 1993.
Major League Baseball
In a 2011 labor deal, MLB players agreed to ban tobacco during pregame or postgame interviews and at team functions. Players can still use tobacco during games.