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FIRST LOOK: Chicago Cubs 2024 MLB Opening Day Mascot Bobblehead released

FIRST LOOK: Chicago Cubs 2024 MLB Opening Day Mascot Bobblehead released


by - Senior Editor -

Months and months of the long waiter arrival of the brand-new MLB season has finally arrived and we, as Chicago Cubs fans, cannot wait to make our way out to the ballpark this season at Wrigley Field to watch our Cubbie Blues compete for another World Series Championship. If you are looking for a cool way to reel in the new season, we have the perfect good luck charm to place right next to you in your living room as you watch your Cubs play ball!

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Introducing the brand new Chicago Cubs 2024 MLB Opening Day Mascot Bobblehead from our pals at FOCO. Hit a home run this season with a little bit of swag and season long Cubs passion by reeling in Opening Day the only way FOCO knows how: with their unique and amazing Chicago Cubs Bobbleheads!

Clark, the Chicago Cubs mascot, is standing behind the thematic, team-colored concession stand with a big opening day smile on his face showing his excitement for the return of baseball serving hot dogs to the loyal Cubs fans! This Chicago Cubs 2024 MLB Opening Day Mascot Bobblehead portrays the mascot wearing their Cubs gameday uniform and apron. What makes this collectible so unique is the thematic menu display with popular food choices from the Windy City of Chicago which is a phenomenal way to connect with the Chicago Cubs faithful.

Standing at approximately 6 inches tall, this bobblehead will go fast so don’t forget to satisfy your gameday-sized appetite with the officially licensed Chicago Cubs 2024 MLB Opening Day Mascot Bobblehead from FOCO. Get ready to snack, celebrate, and root for your team on Opening Day and let’s bring some positive energy to Wrigley this year. Grab yours now here!

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