Baseball player Aaron Judge, seen (left) as a Fresno State Bulldog in 2013 and in his current role (right) as a New York Yankee, will be honored with a couple of special bobblehead dolls, including one featuring his Bulldogs uniform (center).
Baseball player Aaron Judge, seen (left) as a Fresno State Bulldog in 2013 and in his current role (right) as a New York Yankee, will be honored with a couple of special bobblehead dolls, including one featuring his Bulldogs uniform (center). NATIONAL BOBBLEHEAD HALL OF FAME; FRESNO BEE FILE
Baseball player Aaron Judge, seen (left) as a Fresno State Bulldog in 2013 and in his current role (right) as a New York Yankee, will be honored with a couple of special bobblehead dolls, including one featuring his Bulldogs uniform (center). NATIONAL BOBBLEHEAD HALL OF FAME; FRESNO BEE FILE

Fan of Yankee slugger Aaron Judge? You won’t want to miss this special bobblehead

October 20, 2017 10:46 AM

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