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While much of the focus around baseball right now is centered on the start of Spring Training, the Los Angeles Dodgers have been busy in recent days unveiling more details of their 2015 promotional giveaway schedule.

On Wednesday, the Dodgers revealed the Tommy Lasorda garden gnome, which will be passed out on May 25. Then on Friday, the Dodgers announced the remaining four bobbleheads to be given out, along with two movie nights. The first of the newly announced bobblehead additions is a Sandy Koufax version, which will be handed out on Aug. 13 when the Cincinnati Reds visit Chavez Ravine.

Also announced was a Justin Turner bobblehead, presented by Security Benefit on Sept. 1 for the game against the San Francisco Giants, Fernando Valenzuela presented by State Farm on Sept. 16 and the final bobblehead of the season will be Vin Scully on Sept. 23.

The Koufax, Turner, Valenzuela and Scully bobbleheads complete the list of 10 scheduled bobblehead giveaways. The first of the 10 will be a Clayton Kershaw bobblehead, presented by Coca-Cola and distributed on May 12.

As for the Dodger Stadium Movie Series, which returns for a third consecutive season, “The Lego Movie” will be the first shown in the 2015 season; following the Dodgers’ June 20 game against the Giants. The movie series concludes with “Back to the Future” on Aug. 15 following the Dodgers’ game with the Reds.

Both games are played on a Saturday and the screenings are free with a game-day ticket. Fans in the right and left pavilions and left field pavilion will be invited down to the field prior to the movie beginning.The Dodgers’ complete promotional giveaway schedule can be viewed here.


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