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The San Francisco Giants announced a “sneak peak” preview of their promotional giveaway schedule this morning and it looks like a first-time-ever Sergio Romo bobblehead will lead the pack of swag for 2012.

Romo has become a fan favorite, especially after his dominating performance in 2011 in which he went 3-1 with a 1.50 ERA, 0.708 WHIP, and 70 strikeouts in 48 innings (13.1 SO/9).

The Romo bobblehead will be given to the first 20,000 fans who attend the May 5 game at AT&T Park against the Milwaukee Brewers.

The rest of the promo schedule will be announced in a couple of weeks, so bookmark this page as I will update it when more giveaways are announced.

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