FOCO Releases Dodgers Bobbleheads Of Brusdar Graterol, Don Sutton

The latest Los Angeles Dodgers bobbleheads released by FOCO feature Brusdar Graterol celebrating the 2020 World Series win and honor franchise legend Don Sutton. Both bobbleheads are limited-edition, numbered out of 400, and can be purchased as of Tuesday morning.

FOCO is several releases into recognizing the Dodgers winning last year’s World Series, having previously given fans a chance to purchase bobbleheads of Mookie Betts, Clayton Kershaw, Corey Seager and Justin Turner, among others. Also still available for preorder is a World Series pins set.

The Graterol bobblehead has the exuberant relief pitcher with the Venezuelan flag draped across his shoulders. Graterol, Julio Urias, Edwin Rios and Victor Gonzalez proudly wore their respective country’s flag as the Dodgers celebrated their championship on the field.

The 22-year-old is in his second season with the team, but remains on the 10-day injured list as he continues to recover from right forearm tightness. Graterol recently threw out to 90 feet but is not necessarily close to returning.

Brusdar Graterol, FOCO bobblehead

Sutton spent 16 of 23 career seasons with the Dodgers. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1998 — the last Dodgers player to receive the honor — and his No. 20 was retired by the organization during a ceremony on Aug. 14, 1998.

Don Sutton, FOCO bobblehead

Sutton is the Dodgers’ all-time franchise leader in wins (233), innings pitched (3,816.1) strikeouts (2,696) and shutouts (52), and is tied with Don Drysdale for the second-most Opening Day starts (seven). Clayton Kershaw ascended into first place this year with his eighth start in a season opener.

Sutton was a four-time All-Star, who pitched in three World Series (1974, 1977 and 1978). He passed away in January at 75 years old. The Dodgers are honoring the right-hander with a No. 20 jersey patch this season.

Dodgers World Series pins box set

The World Series pins set that is available in limited quantities features Cody Bellinger, Betts, Kershaw, Max Muncy, Joc Pederson, Seager, Will Smith, Chris Taylor and Turner, plus a World Series trophy.

Each player pin includes a jersey number and is placed at their respective position on a baseball field that is the bottom layer of the box. Pederson’s inclusion comes despite having signed with the Chicago Cubs during free agency, but is certainly understandable considering his memorable contributions.

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