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Dodgers: Season Ticket Holders Can Buy Their Own World Series Ring

One of the highlights from the Dodgers’ home opener on Friday afternoon was the players receiving their championship rings prior to first pitch. And in case you haven’t seen what they look like, here’s a closeup, courtesy of the Dodgers.

The rings look fantastic and it was incredibly satisfying to watch Kershaw and the rest of the 2020 Dodgers receive their hard-earned rings, but what if I said that you too could be the proud owner of one of these beauties?

Related: David Price to Auction off his WS Ring to Support Players Alliance

That’s right, the Dodgers have announced that season ticket holders will be able to get their hands on their own championship ring, but it’ll come with a hefty price.

For anyone willing to shell out the $35,000 (plus tax and S&H) for one of these rings, they will forever own a piece of history. But realistically, not many everyday fans will be able to partake in this limited-time sale.

WATCH: Dodgers 2020 World Series Championship Ring Ceremony

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  1. Hey, I didn’t see Kiki or Josh. I thought when applied to a championship, if a trade happened between seasons the player[s] traded were able to attend the ceremony. I may stand corrected. If so, let me know the ruling. Thanks

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