2020 Bobblehead MLB Stadium Giveaway Schedule and Guide

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A new baseball season means new bobbleheads. And for fans and collectors, the 2020 MLB bobblehead stadium giveaway lineup goes deep. But that shouldn’t come as a surprise given their lasting popularity.

Mike Trout Bobblehead 2020 MLB Stadium Giveaway

Stars, local favorites and legends all have promotional figures on the way during the 2020 season. Even Elmo makes the trip from Sesame Street to a handful of ballparks for giveaways.

Continuing with a trend that’s been emerging for a few years, many of the 2020 MLB bobblehead stadium giveaways aren’t available to everyone walking through the gate. Instead, they’re part of theme day promotions requiring special ticket purchases. Basically, they’re an upgrade of sorts but with guaranteed goodies. These types of giveaways vary from team to team. Some have several of them, others a couple here and there, and some have none at all.

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All told, there are nearly 200 different bobblehead giveaways planned for MLB ballparks during the 2020 season. They kickoff in March and run all the way through to the end of September. Most days during the season have at least one bobblehead promotion somewhere.

2020 Bobblehead MLB Stadium Giveaways Schedule

Click on the tabs to see what 2020 MLB stadium giveaway bobbleheads are planned for each month.

Dates and giveaways are subject to change. At the time of this posting, a couple of teams still hadn’t posted their promo schedules for the season and a couple of others only had a portion of the year announced.

March

March

28

Max Muncy, Los Angeles Dodgers – 40,000
Pete Alonso “Rookie of the Year”, New York Mets – 25,000
Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Toronto Blue Jays – 15,000

29

Jose Altuve “ALCS MVP”, Houston Astros
Jacob deGrom “Back-to-Back Cy Young”, New York Mets – 25,000

30

Cody Bellinger “MVP”, Los Angeles Dodgers – 40,000

31

Yandy Diaz “WWE”, Tampa Bay Rays (Special Ticket Purchase)

April

April

4

Mike Trout “3x MVP”, Los Angeles Angels – 30,000
Stan Musial “Opening Day Car Parade”, St. Louis Cardinals – 30,000 (Get one of the three bobbleheads in promotion)
Jack Buck “Opening Day Car Parade”, St. Louis Cardinals – 30,000 (Get one of the three bobbleheads in promotion)
Tony LaRussa “Opening Day Car Parade”, St. Louis Cardinals – 30,000 (Get one of the three bobbleheads in promotion)

6

Brian McCann, Atlanta Braves – 15,000
Mystery, Philadelphia Phillies (Special Ticket Purchase)
Lucy, St. Louis Cardinals (Special Ticket Purchase)

7

Freddie Freeman/Ozzie Albies/Ronald Acuna Jr. “Silver Slugger”, Atlanta Braves (Special Ticket Purchase)
David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox – 7,500
Dave Martinez “World Series”, Washington Nationals – 20,000

8

Justin Verlander “Cy Young”, Houston Astros
Year of the Rat, San Francisco Giants

11

Ketel Marte “Switch-Hitter”, Arizona Diamondbacks – 20,000 (two different bobbleheads available)
Don Drysdale, Los Angeles Dodgers – 40,000
Woodstock, Milwaukee Brewers (Special Ticket Purchase)
Kyle Seager, Seattle Mariners – 20,000

12

Hank Aaron, Milwaukee Brewers – 35,000

17

Ozzie Albies, Atlanta Braves – 15,000

18

Yoan Moncada, Chicago White Sox – 20,000
Yordan Alvarez, Houston Astros
Jeff McNeil, New York Mets – 25,000

20

John Daly, St. Louis Cardinals (Special Ticket Purchase)

21

Rick Ankiel, St. Louis Cardinals (Special Ticket Purchase)

22

JD Martinez “Mandalorian”, Boston Red Sox (Special Ticket Purchase)

24

Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta Braves – 15,000
Shohei Ohtani “Cycle”, Los Angeles Angels – 30,000
Don Mattingly, New York Yankees – 18,000

Don Mattingly 2020 Bobblehead MLB Stadium Giveaway

25

David Ross, Chicago Cubs – 10,000
Ted Kluszewski, George Foster, Eugenio Suárez “Queen City Sluggers”, Cincinnati Reds – 20,000
Kolten Wong. St. Louis Cardinals – 30,000

29

Justin Turner, Los Angeles Dodgers – 40,000

May

May

1

Shohei Ohtani “Ohtani-Wan Kenobi”, Los Angeles Angels – 30,000

2

Lucas Giolito “X-Wing Fighter”, Chicago White Sox – 15,000
Amed Rosario, New York Mets – 25,000
Hello Kitty, Toronto Blue Jays (Special Ticket Purchase)

3

Paul Molitor, Milwaukee Brewers – 35,000

4

Adalberto Mondesi “Mondi-Lorian”, Kansas City Royals (Special Ticket Purchase)

5

Fernando Valenzuela, Los Angeles Dodgers – 40,000

9

Lorenzo Cain “Jedi”, Milwaukee Brewers (Special Ticket Purchase)
Charlie Morton “Audio”, Tampa Bay Rays

10

Christian Yelich “40 Home Run”, Milwaukee Brewers – 35,000
Wonder Woman, Pittsburgh Pirates (Moms and Kids)

16

Sonny Gray, Cincinnati Reds – 20,000
Carlos Santana “Silver Slugger”, Cleveland Indians – 12,500

18

Cavan Biggio “Hit for the Cycle”, Toronto Blue Jays – 15,000

19

Manny Ramirez, Bobblhead Boston Red Sox – 7,500
Ken Reitz, St. Louis Cardinals (Special Ticket Purchase)

20

Walker Buehler, Los Angeles Dodgers – 40,000

22

C-3PO, Cincinnati Reds (Special Ticket Purchase)
Dancing Bear, Kansas City Royals (Special Ticket Purchase)

23

Jorge Soler “Soler Power”, Kansas City Royals – 15,000
Maury Wills, “Legends of Dodger Baseball” Los Angeles Dodgers – 40,000
Justin Morneau, Minnesota Twins – 10,000
Gerrit Cole “Top Gun”, New York Yankees – 18,000
Joe Musgrove, Pittsburgh Pirates – 20,000
Paul Goldschmidt, St. Louis Cardinals – 30,000

24

Mensch on a Bench, Kansas City Royals (Special Ticket Purchase)
Scooby-Doo “Yankees”, New York Yankees – 10,000 (Kids 14 and Under)

26

Wally the Green Monster “Jewish Heritage Night”, Boston Red Sox (Special Ticket Purchase)

27

Alex Bregman “Back-to-Back”, Houston Astros

30

Christian Walker “Skywalker”, Arizona Diamondbacks – 20,000
Jim Palmer, Baltimore Orioles – 20,000
Tim Anderson “Bat Flip”, Chicago White Sox – 20,000
Mrs. Met as Wonder Woman, New York Mets – 25,000
Marco Gonzales, Seattle Mariners – 20,000
Willie Adames “Audio”, Tampa Bay Rays

31

Willie McGee, St. Louis Cardinals – 30,000

June

June

1

Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers – 40,000
TBA “London”, St. Louis Cardinals (Special Ticket Purchase)

3

Red Baron, San Francisco Giants (Special Ticket Purchase)
Victor Robles, Washington Nationals – 25,000

5

DJ LeMahieu, New York Yankees – 18,000
Trea Turner as The Flash, Washington Nationals – 10,000

6

Hunter Dozier “Bull Dozier”, Kansas City Royals – 15,000

9

Wonder Woman, San Francisco Giants

10

Yu Darvish “Super Yu”, Chicago Cubs – 10,000
Theo the Giraffe, Cincinnati Reds (Special Ticket Purchase)

13

Whit Merrifield “Hit Counter”, Kansas City Royals – 15,000
Tyler Glasnow “Audio”, Tampa Bay Rays

14

Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta Braves – 3,000 (Mini Bobblehead, Kids 14 and Under)
Lorenzo Cain “Gold Glove”, Milwaukee Brewers – 35,000

16

Rafael Devers, Boston Red Sox – 7,500
Josh Donaldson, Minnesota Twins – 10,000
Bill Mazeroski “Gold Glove”, Pittsburgh Pirates – 20,000
Scott Spiezio/Ed Spiezio, St. Louis Cardinals (Special Ticket Purchase)

18

Shawn Green, Los Angeles Dodgers – 40,000

19

Ted Simmons, St. Louis Cardinals – 30,000

20

Oriole Bird Hall of Fame, Baltimore Orioles – 20,000
Roberto Perez “Gold Glove”, Cleveland Indians – 12,500
TBA, Los Angeles Dodgers – 40,000
Pete Alonso “Marvel”, New York Mets – 25,000
Marcus Semien, Oakland Athletics
Juan Soto “Juan Solo”, Washington Nationals – 10,000

26

Trevor Bauer, Cincinnati Reds – 20,000

27

Elmo, Milwaukee Brewers (Special Ticket Purchase)
Nelson Cruz/Max Kepler/Miguel Sano/Eddie Rosario/Mitch Garver “30 HR Bomba Squad”, Minnesota Twins – 10,000
Ji-Man Choi “Audio”, Tampa Bay Rays

28

Bob Uecker “Talking”, Milwaukee Brewers – 35,000
Bryce Harper, Philadelphia Phillies

July

July

1

Vladimir Guerrero Jr./Vladimir Guerrero “Vlad & Dad” Toronto Blue Jays – 15,000

2

TBA, Los Angeles Dodgers – 40,000

3

Whitey Herzog “Fishing”, St. Louis Cardinals – 30,000

4

Josh Bell “Fishing Pole”, Pittsburgh Pirates – 20,000

5

Fredbird and Big Bird Dual, St. Louis Cardinals (Special Ticket Purchase)

8

Yordan Alvarez “Back-to-Back”, Houston Astros

10

Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – 18,000
E-40, San Francisco Giants (Special Ticket Purchase)
E-40 Soundchip, San Francisco Giants (Special Ticket Purchase)
Stephen Strasburg, Washington Nationals – 25,000

11

Shane Bieber “All-Star MVP”, Cleveland Indians – 15,000

12

Robin Yount, Milwaukee Brewers – 35,000

16

Vin Scully, Los Angeles Dodgers – 40,000

17

Niko Goodrum, Detroit Tigers

18

Madison Bumgardner, Arizona Diamondbacks – 20,000
Fernando Tatis Jr., San Diego Padres
Fernando Tatis Jr. “with Pups”, San Diego Padres (Special Ticket Purchase)

19

Javier Baez “El Mago”, Chicago Cubs – 10,000

20

Buddy the Elf, St. Louis Cardinals (Special Ticket Purchase)

21

TBA, Los Angeles Dodgers – 40,000
Bo Hart, St. Louis Cardinals (Special Ticket Purchase)

25

TBA, Baltimore Orioles – 20,000
Mike Moustakas, Cincinnati Reds – 20,000
Whitey Herzog, Kansas City Royals – 15,000
Buddy the Elf, Kansas City Royals (Special Ticket Purchase)
Bob Uecker “WWE”, Milwaukee Brewers (Special Ticket Purchase)

26

Linus, Cincinnati Reds (Special Ticket Purchase)
Christian Yelich “30 Stolen Bases”, Milwaukee Brewers – 35,000

27

Bugs Bunny, Milwaukee Brewers (Special Ticket Purchase)

28

Blake Snell “Audio”, Tampa Bay Rays

29

Jerry Garcia, Boston Red Sox (Special Ticket Purchase)
Falcon, San Francisco Giants
Black Widow, San Francisco Giants (Special Ticket Purchase)

31

Shogo Akiyama, Cincinnati Reds – 20,000
Ron Gardenhire, Detroit Tigers

August

August

1

Matt Chapman/Matt Olson “Matt2Matt”, Oakland Athletics

3

Bob Bichette “Bo Flow”, Toronto Blue Jays – 15,000

5

TBA, Los Angeles Dodgers – 40,000

6

Andy Pettitte, New York Yankees – 18,000

8

George Brett “MVP”, Kansas City Royals – 15,000
TBA, Los Angeles Dodgers – 40,000
Trevor Williams “Stormtrooper”, Pittsburgh Pirates – 20,000

9

Snoopy, San Diego Padres (Special Ticket Purchase)

10

Linus, Boston Red Sox (Special Ticket Purchase)

11

David Freese, St. Louis Cardinals (Special Ticket Purchase)

12

Michael Lorenzen “Pitcher/Batter” Dual, Cincinnati Reds – 20,000
TBA “Racing”, St. Louis Cardinals (Special Ticket Purchase)

14

TBA “St. Louis Blues”, St. Louis Cardinals (Special Ticket Purchase)
Daniel Hudson, Washington Nationals – 25,000

15

TBA, Los Angeles Dodgers – 40,000
Yadier Molina, St. Louis Cardinals – 30,000

16

Tom Glavine “1995 World Series MVP”, Atlanta Braves – 15,000

18

Bill Walton “Grateful Dead” (Autographed), San Diego Padres (Special Ticket Purchase)

21

Gleyber Torres “Mandalorian”, New York Yankees – 18,000

22

Boog Powell, Baltimore Orioles – 20,000

23

Ben Sheets, Milwaukee Brewers – 35,000

26

Mike Soroka, Atlanta Braves – 15,000
Uncle Sam, Chicago White Sox (Special Ticket Purchase)

27

Mike Soroka, Atlanta Braves – 15,000
TBA, Los Angeles Dodgers – 40,000

28

Max Scherzer “Super Hero”, Washington Nationals – 10,000

29

Joey Votto, Cincinnati Reds – 20,000
Jose Ramirez “Home Run Pitch” Talking, Cleveland Indians – 12,500
Robinson Cano, New York Mets – 25,000
Ken Griffey Jr./Ken Griffey Sr., Seattle Mariners – 15,000
TBA “Cardinals Hall of Fame”, St. Louis Cardinals – 30,000
Austin Meadows “Audio”, Tampa Bay Rays

September

September

1

Lee Smith, St. Louis Cardinals (Special Ticket Purchase)

5

Eduardo Escobar, Arizona Diamondbacks – 20,000
Christian Yelich “Clark Kent”, Milwaukee Brewers (Special Ticket Purchase)

6

Cal Ripken Jr., Baltimore Orioles – 25,000
Ryan Braun, Milwaukee Brewers – 35,000

7

Elmo, San Diego Padres (Special Ticket Purchase)

12

Día de los Muertos, Kansas City Royals (Special Ticket Purchase)
Doug Drabek “1990 Cy Young Award”, Pittsburgh Pirates – 20,000

16

TBA, Los Angeles Dodgers – 40,000

20

Kyle Hendricks “The Professor”, Chicago Cubs – 10,000
Ryan Zimmerman, Washington Nationals – 25,000

22

Buster Posey “Goalie”, San Francisco Giants

24

Lou Seal “Beam Me Up”, San Francisco Giants

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Ryan Cracknell

A collector for much of his life, Ryan focuses primarily on building sets, Montreal Expos and interesting cards. He's also got one of the most comprehensive collections of John Jaha cards in existence (not that there are a lot of them). Got a question, story idea or want to get in touch? You can reach him by email and through Twitter @tradercracks.

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4 comments

  1. Eric Sather 6 March, 2020 at 21:25

    Thank you for posting the Bobblehead schedule! I have been collecting this information, but you’ve got some I was missing, and it’s nice to have it all in one place!

  2. Loyce 1 April, 2021 at 09:26

    I saw on the tv where you have millions of bobble heads from 2020 to give away. I am from a small town in west Texas and would love to have some to give to the elementary kids here that wil never be able to get to a major league game. If possible I would like to give about 250 kids one as a Suprise at school here. If not we’ll it’s ok. Thanks

    • Ryan Cracknell 2 April, 2021 at 05:21

      @Loyce – We don’t not have millions of unused bobbleheads. This was a post of scheduled giveaways.

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