December 23, 2015

We just showed Flannery’s Three World Series rings on Saturday, now this story hits the Internet:

World Series Trophy

The Christmas gift arrived a few days early for former major leaguer and Giant coach Tim Flannery, who helped the San Francisco Giants win three World Series in five years before retiring after the 2014 season.

Flannery announced on Twitter Monday, that he received from his former colleague Bruce Bochy: A real Commissioner’s World Series Trophy, representing the Giants’ World Series victories in 2010, 2012 and ’14.

World Series Trophy

The trophy, redesigned in 1999 by Tiffany, is made of silver and is worth approximately $15,000. It’s two feet tall, weighs around 30 pounds, and contains 30 gold-plated flags – one for each Major League team – grouped around a silver baseball that contains 24-karat gold stitches.

We all know everyone gets a championship ring when your team wins the World Series, and players sometimes get a smaller version of this trophy – about 12″ tall. Very few get the 24″ size version, although sometimes the baseball team allows players to purchase one.

Tim will no doubt, put this amazing trophy on display with his gorgeous World Series Rings:
World Series rings and Trophy

Please remember, I buy World Series rings and championship rings. If you have a Championship ring and you are thinking of selling it, let’s talk!

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