1944 St. Louis Browns American League Championship Ring
The 1944 season was a strange but memorable year for baseball. With the league's talent pool drained by the military draft, the rag-tag Browns won 89 games and the A.L. pennant. They went on to lose the World Series to the crosstown rival Cardinals in what was known as the "Trolley Series." Commemorate the Browns' lone pennant with this size 10.5 American League Championship ring. This 14k gold ring features an oval Browns shield logo mounted on the face. Written in raised letters around the face is "American League Champions." On the left shank reads the number "19" below a ball and crossed bats. On the right is "44" below a "St. Louis" flag. Inscribed inside is "Milton Byrnes," who was the Browns' left fielder. The ring is a bit worn but not abused.
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