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Behold the New Vin Scully Bobblehead

Photo courtesy of the Los Angeles Dodgers
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Vin Scully bobblehead night is still a few months away, but the Dodgers have released photos of the bobbleheads in the hopes of enticing you to come to at least 10 games this season.

The beloved broadcaster will be featured on bobbleheads given out to the first 50,000 fans at the team's game against Arizona on August 30, according to a release from the team. But you can't just simply buy tickets to that game and get your bobblehead—there won't be any individual tickets available for that game. Instead, the Dodgers want you to buy season tickets or a 10-game flex plan.

We're hoping that the 84-year-old broadcaster makes it. He missed the season opener and a few games after coming down with a bad cold, but he returned back to the booth.

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