Piscotty bobblehead supports ALS research


A new, limited-edition Stephen Piscotty Oakland Athletics bobblehead has been released, with a portion of the proceeds set to benefit the GoFundMe created by A's Community Fund to support the ALS Therapy Development Institute in memory of Stephen's mother.

Gretchen Piscotty, a longtime Pleasanton resident and retired Foothill High secretary, died May 6 after battling ALS.

The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum is selling the Piscotty bobblehead (officially licensed, made by FOCO) for $40 each, plus $8 shipping, with $5 from each purchase committed to the GoFundMe. To learn more, visit

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