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    2001 Arizona Diamondbacks World Series Championship Ring. Major League Baseball took on a therapeutic role in the closing two months of the 2001 season as the nation, and New York City in particular, reeled from the terror attacks of September 11. But even discounting that unique and tragic context, the 2001 Fall Classic stands among the most dramatic in history, with three of the final four games decided in walk-off fashion. It was the Diamondbacks who got the final walk-off in the deciding Game Seven, earning rings like this one (though the player rings are decidedly more expensive and gaudy).

    This is a "C" version ring, lacking any precious stones or metals. Sterling silver rendition presented to a member of the office staff. The ring face displays a lone "A" atop a purple stone surrounded by "2001 World Champions." Sides report "RJM, Diamondbacks, 2001" along with the team logo, and "D 4 NY 3, World Series 2001, Fastest Ever" with MLB logo. Measuring to a size nine (9), the ring weighs thirty-nine grams (39 g.) and has "STER" stamped inside the band.

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