A common phrase in baseball, elephant ears are simply when the pockets of a player's pants are seen outside of their slits (which happens often to back pockets which are in no way attached to the inside of the pants). Phrase made most popular by Duane Kuiper and Mike Krukow, San Francisco Giants TV broadcasters.
After sliding into second, Barry Bonds developed two elephant ears.
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