July 30, 2015

Roy Denson of Cape Coral Florida, found Ashley Adams’ stolen Fort Myers Miracle championship ring and did the right thing and returned it:

2014 Florida State League Miracle Championship Ring

The shiny championship ring, resting on the green grass, caught the eye of Roy Denson outside his home earlier this week.

“As soon as I saw it, I thought it was my son’s,” said Denson, whose son played high school football.

But then, Denson took a closer look….

A red letter “M,” one of the logos used by the Fort Myers Miracle baseball team, was on the top of the championship ring, which was designed and awarded to for the team’s 2014 Florida State League championship season.

Not knowing anyone to contact at the team, Denson reached out to The News-Press and said the name “Adams” was engraved on the ring’s side shank.

The Miracle had no player with the last name Adams last season, but the team realized they had an employee named Ashley Adams. She is the team’s community relations and merchandise manager.

Adams didn’t realize the championship ring was missing until she was contacted by The News-Press.

“It was an uncomfortable feeling when I found out it was gone,” said Adams, who last recalled seeing the ring four days earlier.   She believes it was stolen from her car.

“I’m just happy to get it back to the rightful owner,” said Denson, who declined a reward from Adams.

“It’s nice to know that there are still good people out there,” Adams said. “It’s amazing that people are doing something just because it’s the right thing to do.”

Please remember, I buy championship rings all the time. Let me know if you are interested in selling a championship ring.

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