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OYO SPORTS FIGURES MAY BE TINY, BUT THEY BRING IMAGINATION TO LIFE.

Sports figures and toys are nothing new, so what makes the 1.6-inch OYO Sports minifigures different? Is it the gripping hands? The bendable knees? The posable arms and legs?

Maybe it’s all those things.

They’re certainly built to play with, but they’re also landing in the hands of collectors. Launching roughly eight years ago, these figures include roughly 10-13 buildable pieces. Like LEGOs, they can be positioned and posed, taken apart and built again. OYO Sports figures now carry licenses for all four major sports leagues and players associations, plus many major college licenses that includes figures of former players.

The team rosters go deep, too, even including local fanfavorites. Some NFL teams feature up to 10-12 players, while some MLB teams deliver even more. Legends figures have been added including Hall of Famers from baseball and football.

You can find uniform variations such as home, away, NFL color rush, NBA Statement uniforms, or throwback uniforms. A player’s first OYO figure carries a “First OYO Ever” designation on the company’s website (OYOSports.com). The first-edition production run of a particular player figure is sequentially numbered, although they are not advertised as first runs. Special sets such as All-Star figures or Super Bowl and World Series Champion sets are also limited. Some players who are being retired also may receive special numbering. Adrian Beltre has a Final Edition figure numbered to 286, matching his career batting average.

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