Bobblehead, Gnome Giveaways at New York Ballparks in 2019

By Jerry Del Priore 

If bobbleheads and gnomes tickle your fancy, then attend one or more of the games below, as the New York Mets and Long Island Ducks will be giving away these awesome promotional items that will make your sports memorabilia collection the envy of sports fans everywhere. 

Noah Syndergaard 

GOT Noah Syndergarrd
Game of Thrones Noah Syndergarrd Bobblehead.

On Saturday, April 27th, at 7:10 p.m., the first 25,000 fans through gates at Citi Field will score a Game of Thrones/Noah Syndergaard Bobblehead

This is arguably the best giveaway the Mets will be hosting during the 2019 season, as I don’t know any major leaguer more fitting for this bobblehead. 

Wally Backman WallyBobblehead

On Friday, May 3, at 6:35 p.m., the Ducks of the independent Atlantic League of Professional Baseball will be handing out Wally Backman (former Met and 1986 World Series Champ) Bobbleheads, to the first 1,500 fans at Bethpage Ballpark. 

Roberson Cano 

New York will be hosting Star Wars Day at Citi Field, with an Obi-Wan Canóbi Bobblehead giveaway on Saturday, May 25th, at 4:10 p.m., to the first 25,000 fans at Citi Field. 

Roberston Cano plays second base for the Amazins’ and is an eight-time All-Star. 

Brandon Nimmo 

Saturday, June 15th, at 7:10 p.m., the Mets will be doling out Brandon Nimmo Gnome statues to first 25,000 fans at Citi Field. 

Nimmo is a young, budding New York outfielder who’s rarely sans a smile. 

Spider-Man Bobblehead on Marvel Super Hero Day.


You should feel your spidey senses tingling all day long on Sunday, July 7, at 1:10 p.m., as New York will be handing out a Spider-Man Bobblehead on Marvel Super Hero (TM) Day to first 25,000 fans entering Citi Field. 

Get there early to secure this amazing, web-slinging giveaway. 

Mr. Met 

On Saturday, July 27, at 7:10 p.m., the Mets will be giving away a Mr. Met on the Moon Bobblehead to first 25,000 fans in attendance.

This cool bobblehead will commemorate the 50th anniversary of when Neil Armstrong became the first man on the moon on July 20, 1969.



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