|Team||MLB 1980 Philadelphia Phillies World Series Championship Ring Presented to Richie Ashburn|
|Material||Real Handmade Rings with extremely high quality. Every Championship Ring spend 28 days through 14 working processes, we choose high strength and high quality alloy with 3 times electroplating. High quality crystal were selected and inlay on the top of every Championship Rings.|
|Weight|| 50g ring, 120g with wooden box
Product packaging size:paper box 65 *65 * 55mm
|Shipping||DHL Express, normally takes 5-15 business days. Won't deliver to PO Box. Please leave your street address for delivery.|
1980 Philadelphia Phillies World Series Championship Ring Presented to Richie Ashburn. No Major League outfielder--not Mantle, not Mays, not Snider--recorded as many putouts in the 1950's as the man to whom this gorgeous symbol of excellence was presented, a player whose own taste of Fall Classic action was confined to a four-game sweep by the New York Yankees as a member of the 1950 "Whiz Kids." Ashburn witnessed this first of only two franchise World Championships from the Phillies' broadcasting booth, where the 1995 Hall of Fame inductee earned a new generation of fans with his folksy delivery of such lines as "This fella on first looks runnerish," and "It's a leadpipe cinch that they'll bunt here."