About a month ago the Missoula PaddleHeads announced they were opening up the voting and letting fans decide who the subject of their bobblehead giveaway would be for the 2022 season. It was a battle between the two faces of the organization as we had the choice of Paxton the mascot or everybody's favorite in-game entertainer Sammy B.

Who did Missoula choose?

Apparently, today is National Bobblehead Day. And what better day than this to post on social media and announce the winner. Hmm, it's almost as if they had a master plan from the start. Well done, PaddleHeads! After the votes were counted, it seems Missoula has spoken and the fans have picked Sammy B to be given away in bobblehead form this summer.

Did you get your bobblehead from last year?

There's only one little thing we'll cross our fingers for when it comes to this year's bobblehead giveaway - that fans can actually get a bobblehead at the game! The crazy shipping issues that have been affecting so many products and businesses forced last year's bobbleheads to arrive late. Everyone was given a voucher at the game to redeem for a bobblehead when they arrived at a later date. If you never claimed yours, you can do so at the PaddleHeads' Post where they're also available for sale.

The season will be here before we know it

The PaddleHeads will take to the field as defending champions of the league when the season starts in May. We don't know what any of the other promotions will be for the summer but they always plan a bunch of fun stuff. Now we'll just have to wait and see what they choose as Sammy B's outfit for his bobblehead!

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