FOCO released a new collection of Los Angeles Dodgers City Connect bobbleheads for Brusdar Graterol, Craig Kimbrel, Gavin Lux, Dustin May and Edwin Ríos.
Each is individually numbered out 322 units and won’t be restocked once quantities sell out. FOCO previously unveiled Dodgers City Connect bobbleheads for Freddie Freeman, Walker Buehler and Trea Turner, among others.
The latest offerings from the leading memorabilia merchandiser has each player positioned on a base that is a replica of Dodger Stadium. The bobblehead stands on a field with the trademark Dodger Stadium video board, pavilion and palm trees behind them.
Graterol and May are mid-delivery, while Kimbrel is leaned over with his right arm in the air, and Lux and Ríos are taking swings.
The “Los Dodgers” City Connect uniform was unveiled for the 2021 season and has returned again this year. While the blue jersey and pants are back, they are now paired with a new cap design. The Dodgers most recently wore their City Connect uniform against the San Francisco Giants on July 23.
Dodgers bobbleheads by FOCO
Also still available for preorder are Dodgers All-Star bobbleheads of Clayton Kershaw, Mookie Betts and Turner, along with one for touted prospect Ryan Pepiot.
The All-Star Game bobbleheads are set to a Hollywood-themed base, and Betts and Turner are dressed in the white All-Star Game jersey that National League players wore.
The Dodgers had multiple position players starting an All-Star Game for the first time since 1980, which is when it last was held at Dodger Stadium.
The Kershaw bobblehead design has not yet been unveiled, but it commemorates his nine career selections to a Midsummer Classic. This season was Kershaw’s first time starting an All-Star Game.
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