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David Ortiz Bobblehead Night 2016

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I'll admit that I'm not very good at drawing faces. And I understand that bobbleheads are, by definition, caricatures. But you're better than that. For example, here's a David Ortiz bobblehead that the Red Sox distributed in 2014: Remember, it's #PapiBobble Night! All fans in attendance tonight will receive the following epic bobblehead: pic.twitter.com/JKtNTHZ9RL http://t.co/Rcjkdr0p7o The Boston Red Sox (@RedSox) tweeted on April 7, 2014:

Huh? What is it about bobbleheads that makes them so offensive? We don't expect great craftsmanship from a foreign-built hunk of plastic distributed for free to thousands of ticketholders. Because of the poor quality of the bobbleheads, the Red Sox have canceled David Ortiz's bobblehead night. https://t.co/WiwrvjQrUp HardballTalk (@HardballTalk) 8/9/2016

BDA, Inc. created the rejected bobblehead, and the company will also create the replacements.

"We appreciate the Red Sox organization's decision to postpone Tuesday's David Ortiz bobblehead giveaway," the BDA said in a statement. "We're currently collaborating with the Red Sox to ensure that the team and its fans receive a high-quality product."

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