Milwaukee Brewers

There's no Brewers and Cubs today, but at least there's a Brewers-Cubs bobblehead

Fans won't get the opportunity to see it with the baseball season delayed indefinitely as the world tries to combat coronavirus, but they can still get a memento to the rivalry.

"We thought it was important to move forward with this previously scheduled release because fans need something to enjoy during these unprecedented times, and bobbleheads bring smiles to the faces of millions of fans each year," said Phil Sklar, co-founder and CEO of the Bobblehead Museum.

"The bobblehead will remind people that the baseball season will eventually begin, and we’ll appreciate it even more when we can head out to the ballpark with our friends and family, sit back, and enjoy America’s pastime.

The I-94 Rivalry is one of the most intense in baseball, and this bobblehead is the perfect way to commemorate the passion and excitement of both teams and fan bases.”

"Since then, it’s been one of the most requested bobbleheads, so we decided to do a new version featuring Bernie in the Brewers pinstripe uniforms and Clark in his blue jersey to be released on Opening Day.

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