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    The Impossible Dream!

    1967 Boston Red Sox American League Championship Ring. He was the first African-American scout in Boston Red Sox history, having gotten his start as a talent-spotter for the Indianapolis Clowns of the Negro Leagues for whom he briefly retained the services of an eighteen-year old slugger from Mobile, Alabama named Henry Aaron. Presented is the ring awarded to the pioneering Ed Scott, a forty-year veteran of the Fenway front office, for his assistance in making "The Impossible Dream" a reality. Synthetic rubies highlight a team logo "B" on the face, while "Boston Red Sox AL Champions" rings the perimeter in raised lettering. Left shank announces the year "1967" above a team logo, while right shank is engraved with "Scott" above a BoSox cap, bats, ball and glove in miniature. Band measures to a size nine and is stamped "Balfour 10K." Fine condition. LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    Jul-Aug, 2014
    31st-1st Thursday-Friday
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