FOCO Selling New Shohei Ohtani Bobblehead To Highlight Hard-Hit Percentage

FOCO released a new Los Angeles Dodgers bobblehead of Shohei Ohtani that is uniquely designed to highlight his ability to make solid contact seemingly each at-bat.

The Ohtani bobblehead has the two-way star dressed in the home white Dodgers uniform and standing atop a base that features his name and a cracked dirt design. To make it more unique, Ohtani is swinging a bat that includes a flame accent in clear poly resin and that extends from the base as well.

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Ohtani’s latest bobblehead is limited to 360 units and won’t be restocked once quantities sellout.

Shohei Ohtani bobblehead, FOCO

FOCO selecting Ohtani for their ‘Hard Hitter‘ bobblehead design is fitting considering he’s been a Stacast unicorn throughout his career.

So far this season, Ohtani is second only to the New York Yankees’ Aaron Judge in number of hard-hit balls (95 mph and up). Ohtani additionally is third in number of overall barrels this season and his 94.8 mph average exit velocity ranks fourth.

Additional Dodgers bobbleheads for sale by FOCO are of Shohei Ohtani Day in Los Angeles, Yoshinobu Yamamoto, Freddie Freeman, Bobby Miller, Kirk Gibson and more.

Shohei Ohtani breaks Dodgers record

Earlier this season, Ohtani’s RBI single against the Toronto Blue Jays had a 119.2 mph exit velocity, which set a Dodgers record for hardest-hit ball in the Stacast Era (since 2015). Ohtani had previously broken the Dodgers franchise record when he hit a majestic home run against the Washington Nationals that was 118.7 mph off the bat.

Prior to Ohtani, the previous hardest-hit home run by a Dodgers player in the Statcast Era belonged to Corey Seager, who had a 115.3 mph exit velocity on Sept. 30, 2021.

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