World Series Jewelry continued......

Blue Jays stars Dave Stewart and Paul Molitor helped design the rings given to the ‘93 winners, while Jack Morris, who pitched one of the greatest games in Series history in beating the Braves, 1-0, in Game 7 for Minnesota in 1991, lambasted the Twins for not presenting him with a ring for months afterward, after he’d signed with the Tigers. After Morris went public with his complaints, Twins president Andy MacPhail said Morris’s ring, along with those of former Twins Dan Gladden and Paul Abbott, had been found in a safe in team offices.

And the ‘92 Reds were so dissatisfied with their rings (imagine, Marge Schott cheap) that most of the players, taking their cue from Ken Griffey Sr., had them redone with better diamonds.

 

 

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