FOCO released a series of new Los Angeles Dodgers bobbleheads to commemorate the signing of Shohei Ohtani to a 10-year, $700 million contract, and the Tyler Glasnow trade.
FOCO previously released three Ohtani bobbleheads, two of which quickly sold out.
The new Ohtani bobbleheads slight differ from previous products as they each are a bighead variant. Two of the four bobbleheads additionally are mini versions.
One of the mini Ohtani bobbleheads has him dressed in a road Dodgers uniform and posed after just completing a swing while standing atop a gold base that features his name and “LA” trademark logo.
The other Ohtani mini bobblehead has him in same Dodgers uniform and pose but standing on a square base with his name and team logo.
The gold-base mini bobblehead is limited to 1,000 units whereas the gray base version is individually numbered out of 10,000.
For Dodgers fans looking to purchase a standard size bobblehead, there are two Ohtani options available as well. They are similar to respective mini versions, with a gold base and square base representing the choices.
The Ohtani bobblehead set atop a gold base is limited to 1,000 in availability, while there are 10,000 for the gray base. Both versions feature Ohtani with an oversized head and mid-swing while wearing the gray Dodgers uniform.
Lastly, FOCO is also selling a Glasnow bobblehead to welcome him to the Dodgers after their trade with the Tampa Bay Rays.
Glasnow’s bobblehead is set to FOCO’s patented “Next Stop” theme, which features the right-hander in a home Dodgers uniform and posed in the action of throwing a pitch with a palm tree and highway sign making up the backdrop.
The Glasnow bobblehead is limited to a production run of only 123 units.
Tyler Glasnow contract extension
The Dodgers’ trade with the Rays was contingent on Glasnow signing an extension, which he did by agreeing to a five-year, $136.5 million deal.
Source: Dodger Blue