Giancarlo Stanton may have set off the Marlins’ garish home run sculpture out in center field more than any other slugger, yet it’s a member of the New York Yankees who gets the art-deco monument included in his latest bobblehead.
Clark Toys recently unveiled a new collectible bobblehead commemorating Aaron Judge’s All-Star Home Run Derby championship at Marlins Park last month.
Judge is depicted with a follow-through swing wearing the teal American League batting practice jersey with a miniature derby championship trophy at his feet.
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Behind Judge is the Marlins’ outfield sculpture, the one in which cartoonish fish swirl and water shoots out every time a Marlins player hits a home run.
There is a limited run of 1,000 of the bobbleheads.
Not to be outdone, Derek Jeter — who is working to become part of the Marlins’ new ownership group and reportedly is not a fan of the Miami sculpture — has his own bobblehead on the site for $39.99.
Instead of sailfish and flamingos, Jeter’s bobblehead has the Statue of Liberty on it.