Bobbleheads are an awesome giveaway at baseball stadiums across the country. They are usually limited to a certain number of fans entering the gates for a particular game.
But one bobblehead that the Chicago Cubs are giving out this season seems to be really popular.
The “Final Out” bobblehead has both Kris Bryant and Anthony Rizzo celebrating the final out recorded in Game 7 of the 2016 World Series. It was originally scheduled to be given away in May but a rainout pushed the game back to July 6.
Cubs fans waited hours in line for the bobblehead in the rain but only VERY few were given out to club ticket holders.
Cubs fans braved the rain to wait for 'The Final Out' World Series bobblehead only for the game to be postponed (📷: gingerbeardman_petey/IG) pic.twitter.com/6tiEUiXykx
— Stadium (@Stadium) May 20, 2017
On Thursday, the rush for the bobblehead got a little crazy with fans waiting as early as 6am in line.
This video shows just how crazy it got as one of the last boxes was being delivered to a gate via @Crawlyscubs on Twitter:
— Crawly's Cubs Kingdom (@crawlyscubs) July 6, 2017
Fans got their bobbleheads but those who missed out will likely have to pay a high price if they want one.