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    1961 Cincinnati Reds National League Championship Ring Presented to Phil Seghi. The Big Red Machine dominated baseball in the 1970's and produced six division titles and two World Series. Rose, Bench, Morgan and Perez all excelled under the tutelage of Sparky Anderson. The groundwork was laid by the likes of Phil Seghi, who served as a scout and later farm director of the Redlegs. When the Reds won the '61 NL pennant the longtime scout received this size 11.5 ring for his considerable efforts. A red stone features a diamond on front with "National League Champions" encircling. Left shank has a Reds logo, crossed bats with a baseball and "1961" raised. The opposite side has a vintage team logo and year repeated. "Jostens 14k Phil Seghi" is engraved inside. Weight twenty-six grams (26g.).

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