In case you did not know, there is a National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum that is run out of Milwaukee. (I did not know that, or if I did I had forgotten about it until this morning). They had a preview exhibit in 2016 and are hoping to have a permanent location to house their wares by the end of this year.

On Tuesday, the folks there released a limited edition bobblehead (1,000 made) of Twins mascot T.C. Bear holding onto replicas of the World Series trophies the Twins won in 1987 and 1991.

Per a news release from the museum: Bobbleheads featuring World Series Champions and their mascots were not produced until 2001, and no bobbleheads have been produced commemorating all championships for each franchise.

The Twins bobbleheads cost $40, plus $8 shipping. The timing seems quite good given this year’s World Series, which will end by Wednesday night, has rivaled the 1991 World Series in the conversation for the best ever … while the 1987 team is celebrating its 30-year anniversary.

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