Wilmington’s Judy Johnson Included in Field of Legends Bobbleheads

Wilmington baseball legend Judy Johnson is included in the officially licensed Negro Leagues Field of Legends Bobbleheads recently released as part of Black History Month and the anniversary of the founding of the Negro National League. The bobbleheads, which replicate the 13 life-size statues featured on the Field of Legends at the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum (NLBM) in Kansas City, Mo., features Johnson, who is considered one of the best third basemen to play in the Negro Leagues. Judy Johnson Field at Daniel S. Frawley Stadium is named for him.

This marks the largest bobblehead puzzle set in terms of both size and number of pieces. Proceeds from the sale will add to the total of over $35,000 raised for the NLBM through the sale of bobbleheads since the Centennial Bobblehead Series was introduced in 2020. Visit BobbleheadHall.com