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2014 Funko Pop MLB Mascots Vinyl Figures

2014 Funko Pop MLB Mascots Vinyl Figures


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2014 Funko Pop MLB Mascots vinyl figures mark the first time the diverse line heads to the ballpark.

The debut lineup has seven figures, consisting of some of baseball's most popular mascots. They include Mr. Met, Wally the Green Monster, Mariner Moose, Orbit, the Swinging Friar, the Phillie Phanatic and Mr. Redlegs.

Although recognizable, the 2014 Funko Pop MLB Mascots don't have dead-on likenesses. Rather, they come with the distinct look that comes with all of the Pop pieces. The cartoon-like figures have button-shaped black eyes and proportions similar to a bobblehead. Intended more for display than playing, each vinyl figure stands approximately 3 3/4" tall.

The Funko Pop line has lots of figures covering movies, TV, comics and other areas of pop culture. Thus far, its sports offerings have been limited to the NBA and WWE.

The MLB mascots figures are slated for release in May. You should have no trouble finding them for $10-15 each.

2014 Funko Pop MLB Mascots Visual Guide

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01 Mariner Moose, Seattle Mariners

2014 Funko Pop MLB Mascots 01 Mariner Moose

02 Mr. Met, New York Mets

03 Mr. Redlegs, Cincinnati Reds

04 Orbit, Houston Astros

05 Phillie Phanatic, Philadelphia Phillies

2014 Funko Pop MLB Mascots 05 Phillie Phanatic

06 Swinging Friar, San Diego Padres

07 Wally the Green Monster, Boston Red Sox

2014 Funko Pop MLB Mascots 07 Wally the Green Monster

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Ryan is a former member of The Cardboard Connection Writing Staff.   His collecting origins began with winter bike rides to the corner store, tossing a couple of quarters onto the counter and peddling home with a couple packs of O-Pee-Chee hockey in his pocket. Today, he continues to build sets, go after inserts with cool technologies, chase Montreal Expos and finish off his John Jaha master collection.

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