Britton & Schoop Bobbleheads Highlight ’17 Giveaways

Jonathan Schoop smiles during Spring Training 2015.
GulfBird Photo/Craig Landefeld

The O’s announced their 2017 giveaways and promotions schedule today, and collectors will be champing at the bit for several of the planned items on the list.

We sports fans love our bobblehead dolls, and this year two new Orioles will join the list of those having their heads enshrined atop wobbly springs: Zach Britton (July 1) and Jonathan Schoop (August 5) figures will be each be given to the first 25,000 fans ages 15 and over. No images of these are yet available.

However, we do have some pictures of some of the other giveaways, which include:

April 22 – Welcome Mat (first 20,000 fans 15 and over)

orioles home plate welcome mat

May 20 – Maryland Flag Script Jersey (ALL fans)

jersey

June 18 – Greyscale Cap (All fans 15 and over)

cap

Some other noteworthy items, for which we don’t yet have pictures, include a Manny Machado Starting Lineup Figure (June 3 – ALL Fans), the annual hooded sweatshirt (September 23 – All fans 15 and over), and a 25th Anniversary Oriole Park at Camden Yards replica ballpark (August 19 – ALL fans).

The fan-favorite floppy hat night falls on Friday, June 2.

For those of you who love the fireworks at the ballpark, circle your calendars for May 19, June 16, July 21, August 18, and September 22.

Check out the full list over at the Orioles website.

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