Henderson bobbleheads might not arrive in time

MILWAUKEE -- Not only is reliever Jim Henderson on the disabled list, so apparently is the truck carrying the Henderson bobbleheads slated to be given away during Sunday afternoon's game against the Mets at Miller Park.

Due to mechanical issues, the truck may not arrive in time to distribute the bobbleheads.

"We are hopeful that the bobbleheads will arrive in time, but we wanted to communicate in advance the issues with the transportation so that fans are prepared when they arrive at the game [on Sunday]," Brewers chief operating officer Rick Schlesinger said in a statement. "We appreciate everyone's patience and apologize on behalf of the transportation personnel who are bringing the bobbleheads to Milwaukee."

If the bobbleheads do not arrive in time to be given out on Sunday, fans will need to hold onto their ticket stub to pick up the bobbleheads at a later date. If that is the case, specific details will be announced Sunday.

Henderson, who was 28-for-32 in save opportunities in 2013 and ended the season as the Brewers' closer, is on the 60-day disabled list with right shoulder problems.

Jim Hoehn is a contributor to MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.