- The Atlanta Braves debuted their 2021 World Series rings complete with 755 diamonds
- Here we check out seven unique features of the Braves’ World Series rings that make it one of the best championship rings ever designd
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The reigning World Series champion Atlanta Braves debuted their new hardware over the weekend and blew fans away. Following recent trends across pro sports, the new Atlanta Braves World Series Rings feature incredibly thoughtful and unique details that pay tribute to the organization’s past and present.
Instead of just throwing pictures of the rings at you and writing about how there are 755 diamonds, 4 custom-cut rubies, 4 princess-cut rubies, 11 round rubies, and a white pearl I thought I’d break this out into the seven details that make this ring so special.
7 Mind-Blowing Features Of The New Atlanta Braves World Series Rings
Hank Aaron Tribute: On the left side of the ring there are 22 emerald-cut diamonds and 22 more on the right side, totaling 44. That was, of course, the number worn by Atlanta Braves legend Hank Aaron.
‘A’ Logo: The Atlanta Braves’ iconic ‘A’ logo is on the ring made up of 18.71-karat white gold. That number represents the year 1871 which is when the Braves organization came to exist. Atlanta Braves manager Brian Snitker sad “that ‘A’ in the middle to me is just really special. This ring, I could go on and on. Everything is something in that ring. Everything has a meaning.”
Diamonds Within The ‘A’ Logo:
Within the iconic ‘A’ logo in white gold, there are 150 diamonds that represent the 150 years of Atlanta Braves history.
4 World Series Championships: These Atlanta Braves World Series Rings feature four princess-cut rubies, one in each corner of the ring. Those four rubies signify the four Atlanta Braves World Series titles over the past 150 years.
Mini Model of Truist Park: Inside the Atlanta Braves World Series Rings there are miniature models of the Braves’ new Truist Park. In the park there are 11 rubies that are in the stands where each of the 11 home runs hit by the Braves during the World Series landed in the seats. The mini stadium is also illuminated by micro LED lights inside the rings.
— MLB (@MLB) April 10, 2022
I can’t THANK the @Braves Organization enough for giving me and my fellow broadcasters #WorldSeries Rings. They considered us part of the team and surprised us. Simply blown away!!! #FIRSTCLASS pic.twitter.com/GpaiF0ults
— Paul Byrd (@PaulByrd36) April 10, 2022
The Pearl Joc Pederson famously wore a pearl necklace throughout the MLB Playoffs last year and it was a talking point during every World Series broadcast. The 2021 Atlanta Braves World Series Rings feature a single genuine pearl within to represent Joc’s necklace. You can read all about Joc Pederson’s pearl necklace and why he wore it by following that link.
7.30.21 Inscription The seventh incredibly thoughtful detail of the 2021 Atlanta Braves World Series Rings is an inscription that reads 7.30.21. That was the date of the MLB’s trade deadline last season and a HUGE turning point for the Braves’ success last season.
— Atlanta Braves (@Braves) April 10, 2022
The Atlanta Braves picked up Jorge Soler, Eddie Rosario, and Adam Duvall before the trade deadline. Jorge Soler would go on to win the World Series MVP. Eddie Rosario won the National League Championship Series MVP. And Adam Duvall had 3 home runs in the playoffs including 2 in the World Series.
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