Cleveland Indians World Series titles commemorated in bobblehead By Marc Bona

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum has released a bobblehead commemorating the Cleveland Indians’ two World Series titles.
Only 1,000 of the Indians bobbleheads, which mark the team’s 1920 and 1948 championships, will be produced.
It shows depicts the team mascot Slider holding World Series trophies while standing on a Block C logo.
Bobbleheads featuring World Series champions and their mascots were not produced until 2001. The one featuring the Indians is one of 14 being released Tuesday, Oct. 31.
Unfortunately, shipping date will miss the 2017 holidays. They are expected to ship in February. Cost is $40 plus $8 mailing. Pre-orders can be made here.
The Milwaukee-based National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum is expected to open a brick-and-mortar location by the end of the year.
In 1920, Cleveland beat the Brooklyn Robins in a seven-game series. The 1948 series saw Cleveland topping the Boston Braves in six games.