A 2005 Chicago White Sox World Series Championship ring is for sale on eBay. Whose is it? Don’t know as the seller is anonymous. So how much does this baseball bling cost? The “buy it now” price is $24,999.99.
Here’s the description posted in the listing:
“2005 Chicago White Sox World Series ring, 14k Gold, 43.8 Grams, Size 12, all real diamonds, Jostens Manufactured, staff members ring. Comes with letter of authenticity from original recipient who was a multi time world series participant as a player, Legend of the game. Guaranteed authentic, ultra rare. A Version ring, same exact ring players received! Please see pictures for details, original recipients name covered to protect privacy.”
Speculation on who's ring this is- many players on that team played in multiple World Series: Aaron Rowand, Orlando "El Duque" Hernandez, Jermaine Dye, Ross Gload or even the late Bill "Moose" Skowron who was a Sox Community Relations Manager from 1999 till his death in 2012 Perhaps this is the family selling off his legacy?
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