MINNEAPOLIS -- The Minnesota Twins have put out many bobbleheads over the years, but few have been as highly anticipated as the one handed out before Friday's game at Target Field.
Fans were lined up as early as Thursday morning -- for a Friday night game -- in order to get their hands on the Joe MauerJustin Morneau bobblehead. It was given out to the first 10,000 fans at Friday's game between the Twins and Cleveland Indians, but some fans felt they couldn't risk showing up closer to game time and decided to bring chairs and wait in line.
"To be honest with you, they were going to camp out regardless of who we were giving away," said Twins president Dave St. Peter. "No doubt that a MauerMorneau bobblehead is going to be one of the more popular ones that we've ever given away. That certainly adds to that excitement."
Seven hours before the gates at Target Field even opened, the bobbleheads were posted for sale on eBay, with a few actually garnering bids. A few hours before the gat...