This Reading Fightins Chase Utley Bobblehead Will Make You Shake Your Damn Head

Kyle Scott —  January 29, 2014 — 8 Comments

Voila_Capture1066Eat that headline, Upworthy.

The first 3,000 adults to show up to the Fightins opener on April 3 will get one of these bad boys, and you can just pretend it’s the likeness of Chase Utley and not, say, fat James Spader. From the release:

“It’s hard to top last season’s Opening Night, but the 2014 season hits the ground running,” said Fightin Phils General ManagerĀ Scott Hunsicker. “Our Chase Utley Fightins bobblehead giveaway is an incredible item that only can be found in Baseballtown. We’re bringing back both our jersey giveaway and VIP Warning Track Party again this year due to resounding demand from our fans.”

He starts at second base for the Philadelphia Phillies, was a member of the 2008 World Series championship team, and on April 3, he’ll become a bobblehead when the club gives a Chase Utley Fightins Bobblehead to the first 3,000 adults thanks to CJ’s Tire and Automotive Services. Utley’s stint in Reading will be forever commemorated with the first bobblehead giveaway to feature a Fightin Phils jersey.

Full Reading promotional schedule here. Now, for the next item onĀ The Blacklist!

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8 responses to This Reading Fightins Chase Utley Bobblehead Will Make You Shake Your Damn Head

  1. That’s Tadahito Iguchi isn’t it?

  2. Chad Chaddinson January 29, 2014 at 7:02 pm

    Looks like chode Scott Rolen.

  3. I am waiting for the Mikey Mush bobble head with a broken clock that is right 2 more times a day than he is. Am I right Arthur? CORRECT!

  4. “Red” Reddington Bobblehead night. What a great idea!

  5. Christ, why the hell does a Chase Utley bobble-head look like Chris Wheeler?

  6. Looks like Wheels

  7. cool lance berkman bobblehead, uncanny.

  8. Completely Overlooked January 30, 2014 at 10:44 am

    Oh yeah, I forgot Chase wore 23 when he played for the Fightin Phils in Baseballtown

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