LAKELAND, Fla. (FOX 13) - Go to a baseball game and you're likely to leave with a cap or a pennant as a souvenir.
But if you attend an upcoming Lakeland Flying Tigers game, you might be lucky enough to leave with a bobblehead -- of none other than Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd.
The bobbleheads will go to the first 1,200 people in attendance at May 31 game between the Lakeland Flying Tigers and Fort Myers Miracle.
"You can take me home: your very own Sheriff Grady Judd bobblehead to watch over your house when you're not there," Judd said in an announcement video.
"I tell folks I'm a legend in my own mind, but it's truly an honor," Judd said.
The giveaway is part of the team's Law Enforcement Appreciation Weekend.
On Saturday, June 1, a team from the Polk County Sheriff's Office will challenge the Lakeland Police Department for a "Battle of the Badges" game at Tigertown in Lakeland.