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Dunedin Blue Jays to give away Denis Phillips bobbleheads

Posted at 12:27 AM, Jan 16, 2020

TAMPA, Fla. -- From the weekly forecast to Tracking the Tropics and his well-known catchphrase "Rule Number 7," ABC Action News Chief Meteorologist Denis Phillips is one of Tampa Bay's most recognizable figures.

To celebrate Denis, a local minor league team is giving away bobbleheads resembling the suspenders-rockin' meteorologist.

The Dunedin Blue Jays, Toronto's Class A-Advanced affiliate team, will host a "Hurricane Prep Night" on Saturday, June 20 and fans will get a chance to take home a Denis Phillips bobblehead.

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This isn't the first time Denis' fans got a chance to take home a souvenir honoring him. Following Hurricane Irma, Crooked Thumb Brewery announced it would start selling a "Hurricane Pale Ale," with Denis' Rule Number 7 written on the cans.

For those not familiar with Denis' catch phrase, Denis has a list of rules that tells you how you should react when the newest storm track gets released during the hurricane season.

You can click here for more information on getting tickets to a Dunedin Blue Jays game.