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    2004 Tampa Yankees Florida State League Championship Ring.

    UPDATE: This lot will be accompanied by a letter from our consignor stating she purchased this ring from Yankees coach and scout Billy Connors.


    It is easy to understand how the Tampa Yankees were co-league champions in 2004. Their lineup included Shelley Duncan, Melky Cabrera, and rehab appearances by Shane Spencer, Jason Giambi and Orlando Hernandez along the way. This Florida League Champions ring will warm any Yankee fan's heart. "NY" is set against a blue stone at the center while "Florida State Champions" encircles the front. One shank reveals the recipient's name, a team logo and "Pride" while the opposite side has the year, league emblem and "Tradition" raised. "10k" and maker's marks are found inside the size 12.5 piece. Weight is forty grams (40g.).


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    Auction Dates
    May, 2019
    16th-17th Thursday-Friday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 11
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