July 25, 2021

Washington Nationals unveil official 2019 World Series rings: Baby Shark, diamonds + more… (Federal Baseball)


It took them a while to get to it, but after messages from some old-time Nationals like Chad Corder, Brian Schneider, Denard Span, and Adam LaRoche, and some locals who have been involved with the team like José Andrés, Jim Brown, and everyone’s favorite national anthem singer, D.C. Washington, Washington’s World Series champions finally let us all see the rings they created to celebrate last October’s victory in the Fall Classic…

And they are something…

Washington’s World Series rings feature: 30 rubies on the face (representing the 30 runs in their four wins in the Series); 32 custom-cut genuine sapphires (representing their seven walk-off wins; 13 shutout wins; season-long eight-game winning streak; and four wins in the postseason series it took to take it all); 108 diamonds (representing the team’s 105 regular season wins, and postseason round wins; one World Series championship and, “A nod to the duality of franchise history,” whatever that means??), 12 rubies on each end (representing the total number of postseason wins); MMVI (Roman numerals for 2006, the year the Lerner’s bought the team); the player’s numbers set in diamonds; the FIGHT…

Read “Washington Nationals unveil official 2019 World Series rings: Baby Shark, diamonds + more…” at Federal Baseball