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World’s #1 Golfer = One of the Hottest Bobbleheads

Jordan Spieth has taken the golf (and sports) world by storm this year after capturing the Green Jacket in Augusta at the Masters and then the US Open at Chambers Bay. Although he came up just short at The Open and the PGA Championship, Spieth overtook Rory McIlroy as the #1 golfer in the world after finishing 2nd at the PGA Championship.

Now the only bobbleheads of Spieth in existence, which were given away to a very limited number of children at the John Deere Classic in 2014, is fetching record prices on eBay. A signed bobblehead recently sold for $611 on eBay, while unsigned bobbleheads have ended between $262-$550 on eBay. For current eBay listings click here.

Angels unveil massive Mike Trout bobblehead to commemorate 2014 MVP season

Los Angeles Angels' Mike Trout smiles after unveiling a life-sized bobblehead doll before a baseball game against the Texas Rangers on Friday.

The way Mike Trout has played throughout his career thus far, he can seem larger than life for Angels fans. Two All-Star game most-valuable player awards, rookie of the year and, of course, MVP.

But on Friday night, Trout seemed relatively small standing next to a 6-foot-6-tall bobblehead in his likeness.

In commemoration of his 2014 MVP season, the Angels unveiled the bobblehead before their game against the Texas Rangers. The bobblehead itself stands 6-2, Trout's actual height, but rests on a four-inch pedestal. It features Trout in a home uniform holding the Kenesaw Mountain Landis Memorial Baseball Award.

"I don't think it can fit in my bedroom," Trout joked at the ceremony. "It's spot-on, though. Pretty cool."

The giant bobblehead was the brainchild of Angels senior marketing manager John Rozak, who noted the popularity of bobblehead giveaways with the fans, as well as that of the Angels-themed Mickey Mouse statue outside the stadium, and decided to marry the two.

"I started this back in February," Rozak said. "It takes a while to produce something like this, usually 60 to 90 days, and then we shipped it over from China."

Rozak said he hoped to make the Trout bobblehead the first of a series, with several more to follow next season. He said if that happened, the next bobbleheads would honor team history by featuring iconic Angels.

In the meantime, Trout's bobblehead will become a permanent feature on the concourse outside section 101 down the third base line near the foul pole, or "The Trout Farm" as it is called.

From Los Angeles Times by Greg Hadley - (Photo Credit: Alex Gallardo / AP)

Boston’s Bullpen Cop Gets Honored with Bobblehead

This bobblehead is turning out to be one of the hottest bobbleheads of the year, with only 1,000 given away at Fenway.

According to the article at Bleacher Report, "Boston police officer Steve Horgan became an icon during last year's MLB postseason, and now, the Red Sox have immortalized him with a bobblehead.

Last October, bullpen cop Horgan threw his arms in the air when David Ortiz tied Game 2 of the American League Championship Series against the Detroit Tigers with an eighth-inning grand slam.

The Red Sox won the game 6-5 and eventually won the series in six games before going on to win the World Series.

Horgan throwing his arms in the air while Tigers outfielder Torii Hunter flipped over the outfield wall became an iconic image. Now, that moment will live on forever in the form of a bobblehead.

The Red Sox gave away 1,000 bullpen cop bobbleheads Monday, which happened to be Law Enforcement Night at Fenway Park.