For baseball fans too young to remember Bill Mazeroki’s Game 7 home run in the 1960 World Series against NY Yankees in the bottom of the ninth inning. But just as dramatic, if not more, was Joe Carter’s championship-clinching home run in 1993 . It was the bottom of the ninth, game 6 of the World Series, Toronto trailing 6-5, 2 on, 1 out and a count of 2 balls and 2 strikes. Joe Carter hit a dramatic game winning three-run home run to win Game 6 by a score of 8-6. Giving Toronto, its second consecutive championship. This was the first time where a come-from-behind walk off home run won a World Series.

Presented here is one of the stunning 14K gold Championship ring given to players, management and franchise personnel. This ring came from a front office personnel.

Manufactured by Tiffany & Co., the size 12 ring is an absolute beauty, it’s face revealing the Toronto Blue Jay’s bird logo surrounded by tiny diamonds with the bird’s eye depicted by a large and prominent diamond stone, bordered by “WORLD CHAMPIONS / 1993” in raised lettering. One of the shanks features an elaborate American League design seated below the name “STANTON”, while the other shank displays a 1993 World Series emblem with raised lettering of “TORONTO BLUE JAYS”  and “BACK to BACK 92-93″. Inside the band is the inscription, Tiffany & Co. /  14K 585”. This highly desirable and historic ring exhibits minimal to no overall wear and remains a significant part of World Series/Toronto Blue Jays HISTORY- collectible. This ring is PRICELESS!



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