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What bobblehead would you like to see the Angels give out?

Share your fun ideas!

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Over the last few weeks, I’ve been ranking my personal favorite bobbleheads that the Angels have given out at Angel Stadium over the years. I’m down to the top two, but I thought it would be fun to ask Angels fans what bobblehead they’d like to see the Angels give out in the future.

The team gives out around five bobbleheads a year, so maybe there’s a player you’d like to see with one that’s already gotten one. With that being said, is there a player who has never received one that you’d like to see? It can be any Angel 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!

Links

  • In case you missed it, The Athletic posted a not-so-fun piece the other day looking back at the worst trades the Angels have made with every MLB team. Which trade do you hate/regret the most?
  • MLB.com picked out 10 notable ones in which a Hall of Famer struggled against an unexpected foe. The selections feature a minimum of 40 head-to-head plate appearances, including the postseason. Check them out here.
  • With baseball being one of America’s first loves, the sport has seen many athletes pass through it in the high school, college and amateur ranks before gaining huge fame in other arenas. Some of them even had enough diamond talent to get drafted by Major League clubs. Here is a look at the 25 most accomplished athletes who, after hearing their name called on Draft Day, wound up making a name for themselves in other sports.