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    1987 Minnesota Twins World Series Championship Ring. It was the first World Championship in Minnesota for this franchise born in 1901 as the Washington Senators, and just the second in the full history of the team after Walter Johnson led the nation's capital to the promised land in 1924.

    This ring was presented to a member of the front office staff. Genuine diamonds spangle the logo "M" set into a blue stone on the face, and encircled with raised text announcing, "Twins World Champions." Left shank announces "Morgan" with Twins and American League logos. Right shank provides the vintage and an image of the coveted World Series trophy along with the tally of the tightly-contested seven-game Series, the first in history in which the home team won every game. Interior band is stamped "10K Jostens" and measures to a size 13. A black velvet case attends. Weight is thirty-two grams (32g.).


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