How to grab an Adolis Garcia Call of Duty Bobblehead and help veterans

ARLINTON— A limited number of Call of Duty Endowment-themed Adolis García bobbleheads will be available to fans who purchase theme night tickets for Wednesday’s Texas Rangers game against the Cleveland Guardians at Globe Life Field.

The “Adolis Garcia Military Appreciation Night” bobblehead is available to fans who purchase tickets through the Rangers theme night link on the team’s website. A portion of sales goes to the Call of Duty of Endowment mission, which helps military veterans find high-quality jobs.

The Rangers All-Star outfielder is a big fan of Call of Duty: Warzone. The bobblehead celebrates his love of both baseball and Call of Duty, according to a press release.

Texas veterans who have secured employment through the Call of Duty Endowment program are invited to an on-field pre-game meet and greet with Garcia.

Activision Blizzard President Brian Bulatao will oversee the Call of Duty Endowment and will throw out the first pitch. Bulatao is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, former COO of the CIA, and serves on the board of Call of Duty Endowment.

The Call of Duty Endowment has funded the placement of 10,176 veterans in high-quality, high-paying jobs in Texas and has created an estimated $662 million in economic value through salaries for local veterans and their families as of June 2023.

More than 125,000 veterans nationwide have found meaningful employment through the program.

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