Calling all bobblehead lovers
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Everyone remembers his or her first bobblehead. Mine was at Riverfront Stadium in the early 1970s, a big baseball-head version of the Cincinnati Reds’ mascot. Or it was Pete Rose. OK, on second thought, you might not remember that first bobblehead. But if you are like most of us here at the MLB.com offices, you probably have one or more of them as decor in your workspace.
We’re looking for great bobblehead blog posts. We’d love to see photos of how you display your bobbles, too. Then we’ll present them in a fun way on the MLBlogs.com homepage.
In the meantime, you can find megabobbles at the MLB.com Shop. It’s amazing how many new models come along. And this place is usually the cutting-edge gateway; we’re like the Statue of Liberty for bobbleheads; welcome to your fans. We get the samples that people want to sell at the Shop. Every shape and size. Bobbleheads never go away; I wrote a story for MLB.com a while back about the ever-growing phenomenon of bobbles. I just saw on the Orioles’ promotions & giveaways page that there is actually a Melvin Mora Celebration Bobblehead that will be given away at Camden Yards tomorrow night. What is YOUR bobblehead story? Would love to see lots of bloggleheads pausing here to share your thoughts and your pics, so we can bring you more attention and have fun with a very fun topic for baseball fans!