It’s R Bobblehead Blowout

Fall is in the air and bobbleheads are everywhere. Take home memories of the 2020 Taxi Squad and 2021 Season with R Future bobblehead set. R Bobblehead Blowout Package includes tickets to the final 3 games of the season plus three collectible bobbleheads featuring future cornerstones of Mariners baseball.

Bobbleheads can be redeemed as following: Friday Night: Evan White, Saturday Night: Justin Dunn, Sunday Afternoon: Jarred Kelenic.

Let’s finish the season strong. Bobble on, Tacoma.

Friday, October 1 - Evan White

Watching Evan White mash opposing pitchers at the plate is a thing to behold. That’s why it’s shocking that he’s even better in the field. The first baseman is a vacuum on the right side of the infield and has a place on any defense in baseball. The former Team USA slugger obliterated 18 home runs in just 92 games in 2019, making him one of the most eye-opening power threats in the Mariners system. Bottom line: Evan White can rake, and nothing gets by him in the field. Now the former first round pick is poised to not only be the first baseman of the future, but a timeless bobblehead for your desk, mantle, or knick-knack shelf.

Saturday, October 2 - Justin Dunn

Good luck hitting this bobblehead’s mid 90’s fastball. When it comes to shutting down opposing hitters, it’s a Dunn deal. Justin Dunn’s been blowing hitters away since he was drafted in the first round of the 2016 Draft. The right-hander punched out 158 hitters in 132 innings in 2019, racking up more strikeouts than anyone else in the Texas League. Dunn’s season was impressive enough to earn him his Major League debut, serving as an “opener” for four games in September. His name is an oxymoron, because Justin Dunn is just getting started. Hopefully you like strikeouts and swagger, because he seethes both when he’s on the mound.

Sunday, October 3 - Jarred Kelenic

Rock star, celebrity chef, or top prospect. Whatever you do in this life, everyone knows your name when you’re number one. Jarred Kelenic began the 2020 season as the top dog in the Mariners system, and the outfielder’s reputation is growing throughout the game as he crushes dingers and steals bases like they’re going out of style. The five tool player is coming off his first 20 homer/20 stolen base campaign in 2019 and the kid has only gotten better at the plate and in the field since he went 6th overall in the 2018 draft. Hold on tight, because the edge of your seat might not be enough. When Jarred Kelenic crosses those white lines to the field of play, something specials is bound to happen.