Over the last few weeks, I’ve been ranking my personal favorite bobbleheads that the Dodgers have given out at Dodger Stadium over the years. I’m down to the top two, but I thought it would be fun to ask Dodgers fans what bobblehead they’d like to see the Dodgers give out in the future.
What are your favorite Dodgers bobbleheads?— True Blue LA (@truebluela) May 30, 2020
The team gives out around 15 bobbleheads a year, so it’s highly likely that your favorite player already has one. With that being said, is there a player who has never received one that you’d like to see? It can be any Dodger over the course of franchise history. Or it can be a player that’s had a bobblehead, but maybe doing something fun and unique you’d like to see. Maybe a special moment in team history re-captured.
The possibilities are endless, so share what you’d like to see! Hey, who knows, maybe one day your idea could actually be turned into a bobblehead!
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