The Reds will be giving away 25,000 2015 MLB All-Star bobbleheads at the August 23rd Reds vs. Atlanta Braves game at Great American Ball Park.
"The Reds are excited to partner with MLB to offer this exclusive bobblehead commemorating Cincinnati as the host of the MLB All-Star Game in 2015," said Phil Castellini, Reds Chief Operating Officer.
The bobblehead will be the first giveaway item the Reds will make available to fans bearing the yet-to-be-released 2015 MLB All-Star logo.
This limited-edition collectible is the latest addition to the 2014 Reds bobblehead series:
To view the full Reds promotional schedule for 2014, click HERE.
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