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Metrodome Bobbleheads

The bobble head craze started back in 1999 when the San Francisco Giants did a Willie Mays bobble on Mother's Day.  The Twins not to be outdone did their own Hall of Famer Harmon Killebrew in 2000.  However unlike the Mays Bobble, only 5000 Killebrew's were issued   The Twins bobbles have commemorative cards and I have had most of them signed.


2000 Harmon Killebrew w/ Signed Comm.Card

1/5000. Signed Courtesy of Harmon Killebrew Foundation


2000 Tony Oliva w/ Signed Commemorative Card

1/10,000


2001 Bert Blyleven w/ signed Commemorative Card

1/15,000


2001 Rod Carew w/ Signed Commemorative Card


2001 Dave Winfield w/Signed Commemorative Card

1/15,000....Signed c/o Tri Star Productions


2001 Kirby Puckett w/ Commemorative Card

1/15,000


2002 Jim Kaat w/ Signed Commemorative Card

Signed c/o his own foundation.


2002 Tom Kelly w/ signed Commemorative Card

Signed c/o Home Address


2002 Doug Mientkiewz w/ signed Commemorative Card

Signed c/o Twins. Does not come with ball from Red Sox final out of '04 World Series.


2003 Corey Koskie w/ Comm Card


2003 Eddie Guardado w/ Signed Commemorative Card

signed c/o Twins


2003 AJ Pierzynski w/ Signed Commemorative Card

Signed c/o Twins


2003 Paul Molitor w/ Commemorative Card


2003 Ron Gardenhire Signed Bobblehead


2004 Al Newman w/ Commemorative Card


2005 Johan Santana w/ Commemorative Card


2005 Joe Nathan w/ Signed Comm Card


2005 Shannon Stewart w/ Commemorative Card


2005 Jim Perry w/ Signed Commemorative Card


2006 Brad Radke w/ Commemorative Card


2007 Gary Gaetti w/ Commemorative Card


2008 Rick Aguilera w/ Commemorative Card


 




  
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