2022 MLB Bobblehead Stadium Giveaways Schedule and List

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After a couple of strange years at the ballpark, baseball fans will have a chance to take part in a lot of 2022 MLB bobblehead stadium giveaways.

More than 150 different bobblehead giveaways are slated for the season across the league. Some teams have lots, others have none. There are a couple of different approaches as well.

Shohei Ohtani 2022 MLB Bobblehead Stadium Giveaway

The majority of the bobbleheads are given out as fans walk through the gates. But many teams have separate promotions that require special tickets. A lot of these are part of theme nights for things like Star Wars, Peanuts and even Sesame Street.

Below is a breakdown of the announced 2022 MLB bobblehead stadium giveaways. You can use the tabs to flip between a complete schedule and what individual teams have in store.

Matt Cain San Francisco Giants 2022 MLB Bobblehead Stadium Giveaway

Because these promotions take place across North America, sometimes it can be tricky to track some of these bobbleheads down. eBay is one place to look as well as trying to connect with people from local areas through various online communities. Even calling a card shop in the area could result in some leads.

2022 MLB bobblehead stadium giveaways and dates can change. It’s also possible more will be added throughout the season.

2022 MLB Bobblehead Stadium Giveaways List

Known bobblehead quantities and giveaway restrictions are noted.

Date

2022 MLB Bobblehead Stadium Giveaways by Date

If you’re looking to secure a specific bobblehead, click on the links to see what’s currently available on eBay.

March

19

Orioles Bird Mascot Hall of Fame – Baltimore Orioles (4,000)

April

8

Shohei Ohtani “Historic Season” – Los Angeles Angels (25,000)
Stephen Strasburg “World Series MVP” – Washington Nationals (20,000)

9

George Springer – Toronto Blue Jays (15,000)

10

Mike Shannon – St. Louis Cardinals (25,000)

11

Linus – St. Louis Cardinals (special ticket required)

12

Austin Riley – Atlanta Braves (15,000)
Linus – St. Louis Cardinals (special ticket required)

14

Elston Howard – New York Yankees (18,000)

15

Charley Pride – Texas Rangers (15,000)

16

Liam Hendriks – Chicago White Sox (20,000)
Maury Wills – Los Angeles Dodgers
Ken Griffey Jr. “42” – Seattle Mariners (20,000)

18

Yordan Alvarez “ALCS Trophy” – Houston Astros (10,000)
Will Smith – Los Angeles Dodgers

24

Orbit – Houston Astros (10,000)
Scooby-Doo – New York Yankees (5,000, age 14 and under)

26

Greg Maddux – Atlanta Braves (15,000)
Keith Hernandez – St. Louis Cardinals (special ticket required)

29

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

30

Kirk Gibson – Los Angeles Dodgers
Francisco Lindor Bobble Gnome – New York Mets (25,000)
Nolan Arenado – St. Louis Cardinals (25,000)
Jim Sundberg – Texas Rangers (15,000)

May

1

Fredbird/Big Bird Dual – St. Louis Cardinals (special ticket required)

6

Yoda Yankees – New York Yankees (18,000)
J.P. Crawford – Seattle Mariners (20,000)
Batman – Seattle Mariners (special ticket required)

7

David Ross – Chicago Cubs (10,000)
Joey Votto “Star Wars” – Cincinnati Reds
Jose Altuve – Houston Astros (10,000)

10

John Smoltz – Atlanta Braves (15,000)
Shohei Ohtani “MVP” – Los Angeles Angels (25,000)
David Freese – St. Louis Cardinals (special ticket required)
Lee Smith – St. Louis Cardinals (special ticket required)

12

Max Muncy – Los Angeles Dodgers

13

Tom Glavine – Atlanta Braves (15,000)

14

Tim Anderson – Chicago White Sox (20,000)
Don Drysdale – Los Angeles Dodgers
Pete Alonso “Polar Bear” – New York Mets (25,000)

16

Walker Buehler – Los Angeles Dodgers

19

Yuli Gurriel “Yuli-Wan Kenobi” – Houston Astros (special ticket required)
Yordan Alvarez “Mandalorian” – Houston Astros (special ticket required)

20

Andy Pettitte – New York Yankees (18,000)

21

Patrick Wisdom – Chicago Cubs (10,000)
Yuli Gurriel “Award” – Houston Astros (10,000)
Kristi Yamaguchi Autographed – San Francisco Giants (special ticket required)

22

Willie Adames – Milwaukee Brewers (35,000)

24

Manny Machado – San Diego Padres (35,000)

26

Beat the Freeze – Atlanta Braves (15,000)

27

Shohei Ohtani “Ohtani-Wan Kenobi” – Los Angeles Angels (25,000)
Juan Soto “Shuffle” – Washington Nationals (20,000)

28

Tyler Stephenson – Cincinnati Reds

31

Kiké Hernández “Bat Flip” – Boston Red Sox (7,500)
Julio Urias – Los Angeles Dodgers
Tommy Edman – St. Louis Cardinals (special ticket required)

June

1

Teoscar Hernandez “Silver Slugger” – Toronto Blue Jays (15,000)

3

Aaron Judge – New York Yankees (18,000)

4

Gil Hodges – Los Angeles Dodgers

5

Brandon Woodruff – Milwaukee Brewers (35,000)

10

Bryce Harper – Philadelphia Phillies

11

Aaron Civale – Cleveland Guardians (12,500)
Josh Bell “Marvel” – Washington Nationals (10,000)

12

Nicky Lopez – Kansas City Royals (10,000, 15 and over)
Nicky Lopez “Paint Your Own” – Kansas City Royals (5,000, 14 and under)
Matt Cain “Bobblecard” – San Francisco Giants (20,000)

13

Adolis Garcia – Texas Rangers (15,000)

17

TBA “Star Wars” – Seattle Mariners (special ticket required)

18

German Marquez – Colorado Rockies (15,000)
Bryan Reynolds – Pittsburgh Pirates (20,000)

20

Dale Murphy “Power Alley” – Atlanta Braves (15,000)

21

Mike Zunino “Florida Man” – Tampa Bay Rays

23

Jake Cronenworth – San Diego Padres (35,000)

25

Eloy Jimenez/Luis Robert Dual – Chicago White Sox (20,000)
Jazz Chisholm Jr. – Miami Marlins (10,000)
E-40 – San Francisco Giants (15,000)
Nolan Ryan – Texas Rangers (15,000)

26

Salvador Perez – Kansas City Royals (15,000)
Corbin Burnes – Milwaukee Brewers (35,000)

28

Charlie Brown Guardians – Cleveland Guardians (special ticket required)
John Stuper – St. Louis Cardinals (special ticket required)
Dave LaPoint – St. Louis Cardinals (special ticket required)

30

Trea Turner – Los Angeles Dodgers

July

2

“Cowboy” Jeff Brantley – Cincinnati Reds
LaMonte Wade Jr. – San Francisco Giants (20,000)
Vladimir Guerrero/Vladimir Guerrero Jr. “Vlad and Dad” – Toronto Blue Jays (15,000)

4

Paul Konerko “Captain America” – Chicago White Sox (12,000)

5

Grateful Dead Uncle Sam – Chicago White Sox (1,500, special ticket required)
Hello Kitty – Houston Astros (special ticket required)
Chris Taylor – Los Angeles Dodgers
Bill Mazeroski “Gold Glove” – Pittsburgh Pirates (20,000)

9

Elmo – Milwaukee Brewers (special ticket required)
Keith Hernandez – New York Mets (25,000)
Fernando Tatis Jr. and Pups – San Diego Padres (special ticket required)
Corey Seager – Texas Rangers (15,000)

10

Freddy Peralta – Milwaukee Brewers (35,000)

11

Lou Seal – San Francisco Giants (special ticket required)
Nolan Arenado “Shark-Themed” – St. Louis Cardinals (special ticket required)

12

Willie McGee – St. Louis Cardinals (special ticket required)

13

Corey Seager “Shark Week” – Texas Rangers (special ticket required)

14

Cousin (Fr)eddie “Christmas in July” – St. Louis Cardinals (special ticket required)

15

Manny Machado “Mandalorian” – San Diego Padres (special ticket required)
Marcus Semien – Texas Rangers (15,000)
Kevin Gausman – Toronto Blue Jays (15,000)

16

Jose Ramirez – Cleveland Guardians (15,000)
Moon Lander – Houston Astros (special ticket required)
Trevor Rogers – Miami Marlins (10,000)
Jim Kaat – Minnesota Twins (10,000)
Manny Machado “Mandalorian” – San Diego Padres (special ticket required)
Wander Franco – Tampa Bay Rays
Juan Soto “Juan Solo” Star Wars – Washington Nationals (10,000)

17

Manny Machado “Mandalorian” – San Diego Padres (special ticket required)

21

Cody Bellinger – Los Angeles Dodgers

23

Yasmani Grandal – Chicago White Sox (20,000)
Mr. Redlegs 1960s Style – Cincinnati Reds

24

Omar Narvaez – Milwaukee Brewers (35,000)

26

TBA – Kansas City Royals (15,000)
Clayton Kershaw – Los Angeles Dodgers

31

Ryan McMahon – Colorado Rockies (15,000)

August

2

Ozzie Smith – St. Louis Cardinals (special ticket required)

5

Cedric Mullins “30/30 Club” – Baltimore Orioles (20,000)
Texas Rangers/Choctaw Casinos – Texas Rangers (special ticket required)

6

Nick Madrigal – Chicago Cubs (10,000)
Tony Oliva – Minnesota Twins (10,000)
Joe Torre – St. Louis Cardinals (25,000)
Ivan Rodriguez – Texas Rangers (15,000)

8

Star Wars – Chicago Cubs (special ticket required)

13

Kris Bryant – Colorado Rockies (15,000)
Ron Darling – New York Mets (25,000)
2012 Team – San Francisco Giants (20,000)
Bruce Sutter/Darrell Porter “1982 Final Out” – St. Louis Cardinals (25,000)
Michael Young – Texas Rangers (15,000)
Vladimir Gurerrero Jr. “Victory” – Toronto Blue Jays (15,000)

16

David Eckstein “WWE” – St. Louis Cardinals (special ticket required)

18

Joe Musgrove – San Diego Padres (35,000)

19

Atlanta Braves Drum Major – Atlanta Braves (special ticket required)
John Sterling and Suzyn Waldman “Talking” – New York Yankees (10,000)
Pirate Parrot – Pittsburgh Pirates (20,000)

20

Boog Powell – Baltimore Orioles (20,000)
Linus – San Diego Padres (special ticket required)

23

Snoopy in Space – Houston Astros (special ticket required)
Andrew Benintendi – Kansas City Royals (10,000)

24

Michael A. Taylor – Kansas City Royals (10,000)

26

Wonder Woman – Washington Nationals (10,000)

27

Avisail Garcia – Miami Marlins (10,000)
Byron Buxton – Minnesota Twins (10,000)
Adrian Beltre – Texas Rangers (15,000)

28

Ichiro “Mariners Hall of Fame” – Seattle Mariners (20,000)
Jim Edmonds and Willie McGee “Car Parade” – St. Louis Cardinals (25,000 total, one per person)

September

3

Franmil Reyes – Cleveland Guardians (12,500)

7

Fernando Tatis Jr. – San Diego Padres (35,000)

10

Nico Hoerner – Chicago Cubs (10,000)
Hello Kitty – Seattle Mariners (special ticket required)

11

TBA – Milwaukee Brewers (35,000)
Hello Kitty – San Diego Padres (special ticket required)

13

Woodstock – Cleveland Guardians (special ticket required)

16

Mike Trout – Los Angeles Angels (25,000)

17

Marcus Stroman – Chicago Cubs (10,000)
Gary Cohen – New York Mets (25,000)

18

Cookie Monster – Chicago Cubs (special ticket required)

22

Dustin May – Los Angeles Dodgers

24

Doug Drabek “Cy Young” – Pittsburgh Pirates (20,000)
Juan Gonzalez – Texas Rangers (15,000)
Adolis Garcia “Star Wars” – Texas Rangers (special ticket required)

25

TBA – Texas Rangers (15,000)

30

Los Cubs Sugar Skull – Chicago Cubs (special ticket required)
Gerrit Cole – New York Yankees (18,000)
Adam Wainwright – St. Louis Cardinals (25,000)

October

1

Yadier Molina – St. Louis Cardinals (25,000)

3

Mookie Betts – Los Angeles Dodgers

Team

2022 MLB Bobblehead Stadium Giveaways by Team

Arizona Diamondbacks

The Diamondbacks haven’t announced any bobbleheads for 2022.

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Atlanta Braves

Austin Riley – April 12 (15,000)
Greg Maddux – April 26 (15,000)
John Smoltz – May 10 (15,000)
Tom Glavine – May 13 (15,000)
Beat the Freeze – May 26 (15,000)
Dale Murphy “Power Alley” – June 20 (15,000)
Atlanta Braves Drum Major – August 19 (special ticket required)

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Baltimore Orioles

Orioles Bird Mascot Hall of Fame – March 19 (4,000)
Cedric Mullins “30/30 Club” – August 5 (20,000)
Boog Powell – August 20 (20,000)

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Boston Red Sox

Kiké Hernández “Bat Flip” – May 31 (7,500)

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Chicago Cubs

David Ross – May 7 (10,000)
Patrick Wisdom – May 21 (10,000)
Nick Madrigal – August 6 (10,000)
Star Wars – August 8 special ticket required
Nico Hoerner – September 10 (10,000)
Marcus Stroman – September 17 (10,000)
Cookie Monster – September 18 (special ticket required)
Los Cubs Sugar Skull – September 30 (special ticket required)

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Chicago White Sox

Liam Hendriks – 20,000 (20,000)
Tim Anderson – May 14 (20,000)
Eloy Jimenez/Luis Robert Dual – June 25 (20,000)
Paul Konerko “Captain America” – July 4 (12,000)
Grateful Dead Uncle Sam – July 5 )1,500, special ticket required)
Yasmani Grandal – July 23 (20,000)

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Cincinnati Reds

Joey Votto “Star Wars” – May 7
Tyler Stephenson – May 28
“Cowboy” Jeff Brantley – July 2
Mr. Redlegs 1960s Style – July 23

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Cleveland Guardians

Aaron Civale – June 11 (12,500)
Charlie Brown Guardians – June 28 (special ticket required)
Jose Ramirez – July 16 (15,000)
Franmil Reyes – September 3 (12,500)
Woodstock – September 13 (special ticket required)

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Colorado Rockies

German Marquez – June 18 (15,000)
Ryan McMahon – July 31 (15,000)
Kris Bryant – August 13 (15,000)

Top

Detroit Tigers

The Tigers haven’t announced any bobbleheads for 2022.

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Houston Astros

Yordan Alvarez “ALCS Trophy” – April 18 (10,000)
Orbit – April 24 (10,000)
Jose Altuve – May 7 (10,000)0
Yuli Gurriel “Yuli-Wan Kenobi” – May 19 (special ticket required)
Yordan Alvarez “Mandalorian” – May 19 (special ticket required)
Yuli Gurriel “Award” – May 21 (10,000)
Hello Kitty – July 5 (special ticket required)
Moon Lander – July 16 (special ticket required)
Snoopy in Space – August 23 (special ticket required)

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Kansas City Royals

Nicky Lopez – June 12 (10,000, 15 and over)
Nicky Lopez “Paint Your Own” Bobblehead – June 12 (5,000, 14 and under)
Salvador Perez – June 26 (15,000)
TBA – July 26 (15,000)
Andrew Benintendi – August 23 (10,000)
Michael A. Taylor – August 24 (10,000)

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Los Angeles Angels

Shohei Ohtani “Historic Season” – April 8 (25,000)
Shohei Ohtani “MVP” – May 10 (25,000)
“Ohtani-Wan Kenobi” Shohei Ohtani – May 27 (25,000)
Mike Trout – September 16 (25,000)

Top

Los Angeles Dodgers

Maury Wills – April 16
Will Smith – April 18
Kirk Gibson – April 30
Max Muncy – May 12
Don Drysdale – May 14
Walker Buehler – May 16
Julio Urias – May 31
Gil Hodges – June 4
Trea Turner – June 30
Chris Taylor – July 5
Cody Bellinger – July 21
Clayton Kershaw – July 26
Dustin May – September 22
Mookie Betts – October 3

Top

Miami Marlins

Jazz Chisholm Jr. – June 25 (10,000)
Trevor Rogers – July 16 (10,000)
Avisail Garcia – August 27 (10,000)

Top

Milwaukee Brewers

Willie Adames – May 22 (35,000)
Brandon Woodruff – June 5 (35,000)
Corbin Burnes – June 26 (35,000)
Elmo – July 9 (special ticket required)
Freddy Peralta – July 10 (35,000)
Omar Narvaez – July 24 (35,000)
TBA – September 11 (35,000)

Top

Minnesota Twins

Jim Kaat – July 16 (10,000)
Tony Oliva – August 6 (10,000)
Byron Buxton – August 27 (10,000)

Top

New York Mets

Francisco Lindor Bobble Gnome – April 30 (25,000)
Pete Alonso “Polar Bear” – May 14 (25,000)
Keith Hernandez – July 9 (25,000)
Ron Darling – August 13 (25,000)
Gary Cohen – September 17 (25,000)

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New York Yankees

Elston Howard – April 14 (18,000)
Scooby-Doo – April 24 (5,000, age 14 and under)
Yoda – May 6 (18,000)
Andy Pettitte – May 20 (18,000)
Aaron Judge – June 3 (18,000)
John Sterling and Suzyn Waldman “Talking” – August 19 (10,000)
Gerrit Cole – September 30 (18,000)

Top

Oakland Athletics

The Athletics haven’t announced any bobbleheads for 2022.

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Philadelphia Phillies

Bryce Harper – June 10

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Pittsburgh Pirates

Bryan Reynolds – June 18 (20,000)
Bill Mazeroski “Gold Glove” – July 5 (20,000)
Pirate Parrot – August 19 (20,000)
Doug Drabek “Cy Young” – September 24 (20,000)

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San Diego Padres

Jake Cronenworth – June 23 (35,000)
Fernando Tatis Jr. and Pups – July 9 (special ticket required)
Manny Machado “Mandalorian” – July 15-17 (special ticket required)
Joe Musgrove – August 18 (35,000)
Linus – August 20 (special ticket required)
Fernando Tatis Jr. – September 7 (35,000)
Hello Kitty – September 11 (special ticket required)

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San Francisco Giants

Kristi Yamaguchi (Autographed) – May 21 (special ticket required)
Matt Cain “Bobblecard” – June 12 (20,000)
E-40 – June 25 (15,000)
LaMonte Wade Jr. – July 2 (20,000)
Lou Seal – July 11 (special ticket required)
2012 Team – August 13 (20,000)

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Seattle Mariners

Ken Griffey Jr. “42” – April 16 (20,000)
J.P. Crawford – May 6 (20,000)
Batman – May 6 (special ticket required)
TBA Star Wars – June 17 (special ticket required)
Ichiro “Mariners Hall of Fame” – August 28 (20,000)
Hello Kitty – September 10 (special ticket required)

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St. Louis Cardinals

Mike Shannon – April 10 (25,000)
Linus – April 11-12 (special ticket required)
Keith Hernandez – April 26 (special ticket required)
Nolan Arenado – April 30 (25,000)
Fredbird/Big Bird Dual – May 1 (special ticket required)
David Freese – May 10 (special ticket required)
Lee Smith – May 10 (special ticket required)
Tommy Edman – May 31 (special ticket required)
John Stuper – June 28 (special ticket required)
Dave LaPoint – June 28 (special ticket required)
Nolan Arenado “Shark-Themed” – July 11 (special ticket required)
Willie McGee – July 12 (special ticket required)
Cousin (Fr)eddie “Christmas in July” – July 14 special ticket required
Ozzie Smith – August 2 (special ticket required)
Joe Torre – August 6 (25,000)
Bruce Sutter/Darrell Porter “1982 Final Out” – August 13 (25,000)
David Eckstein “WWE” – August 16 (special ticket required)
Jim Edmonds and Willie McGee “Car Parade” – August 28 (25,000 total, one per person)
Adam Wainwright – September 30 (25,000)
Yadier Molina – October 1 (25,000)

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Tampa Bay Rays

Mike Zunino “Florida Man” – June 21
Wander Franco – July 16

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Texas Rangers

Charley Pride – April 15 (15,000)
Jim Sundberg – April 30 (15,000)
Adolis Garcia – June 13 (15,000)
Nolan Ryan – June 25 (15,000)
Corey Seager – July 9 (15,000)
Corey Seager “Shark Week” – July 13 (special ticket required)
Marcus Semien – July 15 (15,000)
Texas Rangers/Choctaw Casinos – August 5 (special ticket required)
Ivan Rodriguez – August 6 (15,000)
Michael Young – August 13 (15,000)
Adrian Beltre – August 27 (15,000)
Juan Gonzalez – September 24 (15,000)
Adolis Garcia “Star Wars” – September 24 (special ticket required)
TBA – September 25 (15,000)

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Toronto Blue Jays

George Springer – April 9 (15,000)
Bo Bichette “Bo Flow” – April 29 (15,000)
Teoscar Hernandez “Silver Slugger” – June 1 (15,000)
Vladimir Guerrero/Vladimir Guerrero Jr. “Vlad and Dad” – July 2 (15,000)
Kevin Gausman – July 15 (15,000)
Vladimir Gurerrero Jr. “Victory” – August 13 (15,000)

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Washington Nationals

Stephen Strasburg “World Series MVP” – April 8 (20,000)
Juan Soto “Shuffle” – May 27 (20,000)
Josh Bell “Marvel” – June 11 (10,000)
Juan Soto “Juan Solo” Star Wars – July 16 (10,000)
Wonder Woman – August 26 (10,000)

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