Ken Griffey Jr. stealing an out from his Dad is now a limited-edition Seattle Mariners bobblehead


During a game in 1990 in which the Seattle Mariners were playing the Chicago White Sox, Ken Griffey Jr. pulled one over on his old man.

Sammy Sosa lifted a ball to left-center field. Griffey Sr. circled underneath the fly ball, called off Junior and waited for the ball to land in his glove.

Then - at the last second - Junior slid in front of his dad and nabbed the out. He then jogged back to the dugout smiling. Griffey Sr. was much less amused, famously grounding his son after the game.

Still, the moment was hilarious and will live on in Mariners lore forever. And now you can own that moment with FOCO's new, limited-edition bobblehead. Check it out below.


Limited-Edition Ken Griffey Sr & Ken Griffey Jr Seattle Mariners Father and Son Slider Dual Bobblehead

From FOCO: Slide to the left. Slide to the right. And pay homage to this legendary duo who ran baseball as their family business with the Ken Griffey Sr. & Ken Griffey Jr. Seattle Mariners Father and Son Slider Dual Bobblehead.

Featuring a working slider bar, this bobblehead is facing a limited production run of just 223 pieces. Once they're gone, they're gone. So if you want one, you're going to want to head on over to FOCO's website and get your pre-order in for $140.

These bobbleheads will ship no later than December 15... or in other words, just in time for Christmas (hint-hint).

Don't wait. Check out FOCO today and get your order in.

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