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    1997 Cleveland Indians American League Championship Ring. A heartbreaker for the Indians, who surrendered the tying run in the bottom of the World Series Game Seven's ninth inning and the walk-off in the eleventh to the World Champion Florida Marlins. This consolation prize was awarded to a front office worker in Cleveland and survives in Mint condition. "Cleveland American League Champions" runs the perimeter of the ring's face, fashioned in the shape of a home plate studded with diamonds. Left shank features owner's surname and the logos of the Indians and the World Series. Right shank announces "1997" above an image of Jacobs Field and Chief Wahoo in miniature. Interior band is stamped "10K" and measures to a size nine. LOA from PSA/DNA.


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    May, 2014
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