1931 Earl Sparky Adams World Series Ring
An exhilarating artifact from the St. Louis Cardinals 1931 World Series title, this ring belonged to third baseman Earl “Sparky” Adams, who, because of an ankle injury, played only two games for the title; an unfortunate circumstance being it was a career year for the slugger and he proved invaluable in the previous championship, playing the entire Series in ’30. “Earl Adams” is engraved on the inside, while ring’s face boasts a real diamond in a ruby background surrounded by “St. Louis Cardinals World Champions 1931.” Each shank has two cardinals on a bat, while left shank has “STL” emblem on baseball. 14K band has manufacturer “Gradwohl J. Co.” engraved on inside. Comes with manufacturer’s green box holder with clasp that still works. Size 10.5 LOA
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