Look at this weird Yasiel Puig bobblehead which has him sticking his tongue out

SHARE Look at this weird Yasiel Puig bobblehead which has him sticking his tongue out

Los Angeles Dodgers’ Yasiel Puig sticks out his tongue after hitting a home run against the Chicago Cubs during the seventh inning of Game 1 of baseball’s National League Championship Series in Los Angeles, Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017. | Matt Slocum/Associated Press

Dodgers’ Yasiel Puig has a weird pre-at bat ritual of licking his bat. So, FOCO decided to model a bobblehead out of it, and the results are sort of terrifying.

FOCO unveiled a new Puig bobblehead Tuesday that was inspired by his childish antics.

Puig is shown sticking out his tongue while standing in front of a backdrop of Dodger Stadium’s scoreboard. His nickname “While Horse” is on a banner on the base of the bobblehead, which stands at eight inches tall.

FOCO’s licensing manager Matthew Katz said it was a no-brainer to depict Puig in this way.

“Yasiel Puig is one of the most charismatic players in baseball, and that was on display when he started his bat-licking ritual,” Katz said in a statement. “It also coincided with an exciting playoff run for Los Angeles, so we figured this bobble would be a hit for Dodgers fans everywhere.”

The bobblehead is being sold exclusively online with a projected July delivery date. Check it out below:

Courtesy of FOCO

Courtesy of FOCO

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