Bobbleheads have a long history is baseball dating back to at least the late 1950's. The first versions were generic cherub faced "nodders" as they were sometimes called - although they did feature the uniforms and logos of specific MLB clubs. During the 1960's player specific models emerged, but still in the cartoonish body style. Bobbleheads returned to the game by storm in the late 1990's and early 2000's to become a ballpark favorite once again - this time they started to take on a much more real-world likeness with a multitude of poses and specialty designs. The Royals started their bobblehead tradition during the 2002 season and the line-up has continued to grow ever since. These bobbleheads represent the Royals full roster so far with more added each season.
May 11, 2002*
June 30, 2002
August 11, 2002
*Game postponed due to rain and rescheduled for Sunday, August 11th.