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    1995 Cleveland Indians American League Championship Ring. Despite the loss of eighteen games to the player's strike, the Indians still managed to win one hundred regular season games, but came up two short in the Fall Classic to their National League Native American counterpart, the Atlanta Braves. This runner-up prize was issued to a worker in the Cleveland front office. Face is studded with thirteen real diamonds amidst text reading "Cleveland Indians A.L. Champs." Left shank announces "1995 Indians World Series Jacobs Field 100-44." Right shank logo of the American League beneath original recipient's surname. Interior band stamped "10K" and measures to a size seven. LOA from PSA/DNA.


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    May, 2014
    15th-17th Thursday-Saturday
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