2004 Boston Red Sox World Championship Ring Pres
Here we present the physical embodiment of that miraculous achievement, the nail in the coffin of The Curse of the Bambino--an actual player's ring presented to relief pitcher Jimmy Anderson for his service to a team which, in one impossible October, earned baseball immortality. After nearly nine decades of waiting, it's little surprise that management spared no expense, crafting a ring simply swimming in diamonds and rubies, and crafted from eighteen karat gold. The team's ruby-red logo "B" rests in a diamond-studded baseball diamond on the face, ringed with still more diamonds and the those long-prayed-for words, "World Champions." Left shank provides an enameled "sox" logo and the text "Greatest Comeback in History 2004, 8 Straight." Right shank identifies the player by name and jersey number, "Anderson 56," with an image of Fenway Park, the World Series trophy and the words "4-0 Sweep."
Interior of band is stamped "86 Years, 10-27-04, Josten's 18K ." Measures to a size ten. Total ring weight approximately eighty grams.