Cubs Giving Away A Babe Ruth Bobblehead That Doesn’t Look Much Like Babe Ruth

Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo. (Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images)

Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo. (Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images)

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(CBS) As the guys were talking about on the Boers and Bernstein Show this afternoon, here’s a look at the Babe Ruth bobblehead that the Cubs are giving away Friday when they host the Brewers.

As part of the 100-year celebration of Wrigley Field, the promotion is commemorating Ruth’s “Called Shot” homer in the 1932 World Series that helped the Yankees to a pivotal win and eventual championship. Celebrating a foe’s win is a somewhat perplexing giveaway to begin with, but Bernstein was more worked up about something else.

Why, he asked, does the bobblehead look more like Anthony Rizzo than Babe Ruth?