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    I've mentioned this once before but I would like to see a Jose Reyes bobblehead night, sponsored by Gold's Horseradish. I don't think he's had one before and I think fans would appreciate it.

    I would prefer Reyes in a unmarked black uniform, which could be used to represent his tenure with the Mets or his new team, the Marlins.
    The Mets have the best, smartest fans in baseball.

  • #2
    Originally posted by Blue387 View Post
    I've mentioned this once before but I would like to see a Jose Reyes bobblehead night, sponsored by Gold's Horseradish. I don't think he's had one before and I think fans would appreciate it.

    I would prefer Reyes in a unmarked black uniform, which could be used to represent his tenure with the Mets or his new team, the Marlins.
    Golds Horseradish?

    Are you an investor?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Paulypal View Post
      Golds Horseradish?

      Are you an investor?
      Gold's Horseradish has sponsored many Mets bobbleheads. This is from 2010:

      The Mets have the best, smartest fans in baseball.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Blue387 View Post
        Gold's Horseradish has sponsored many Mets bobbleheads. This is from 2010:

        I have that same bobble head. I remember Bay didn't even play that game.
        unknown brooklyn cabbie " how are the brooks doin"
        unknown fan "good they got three men on base"
        unknown brooklyn cabbie "which one?"

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        • #5
          I wonder what all these bobbleheads I have are worth. Bay, K-Rod, Davis twice, Wagner, Endy, Mr. Met (2010), Kiner & Murphy, and several more, not to mention a Citi Field replica and two Shea Stadium replicas (one of which was 2004 first 12,000).
          Put it in the books.

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          • #6
            Answer #1: the bobbleheads are worth whatever you can get someone else to pay for them.

            Answer #2: if you're looking for actual numbers, do a "Completed Listings" search on Ebay for them, and see what similar items have sold for. (Prices in green mean the item sold; prices in read mean it didn't.)

            Fact: in the world of collectibles, anybody can ask any price they want. "Someone's asking $100 for it on Ebay" doesn't mean anything. "Somebody paid $100 for it on Ebay" is different because it means money actually changed hands.
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            What's THAT guy doing?
            - one of the YES Network broadcasters, after the camera cut to me doing the thumbs-down after Todd Frazier's home run

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Gary Dunaier View Post
              Answer #1: the bobbleheads are worth whatever you can get someone else to pay for them.

              Answer #2: if you're looking for actual numbers, do a "Completed Listings" search on Ebay for them, and see what similar items have sold for. (Prices in green mean the item sold; prices in read mean it didn't.)

              Fact: in the world of collectibles, anybody can ask any price they want. "Someone's asking $100 for it on Ebay" doesn't mean anything. "Somebody paid $100 for it on Ebay" is different because it means money actually changed hands.
              Yeah, I know, I've heard all that before (especially the first one, which my father has always said, and the second, of which I always make a feeBay habit). I guess my query was more rhetorical than anything else.
              Put it in the books.

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