2002 Juan Espino California Angels World Series Championship Ring
Incandescent Angels 2002 World Series Championship ring was presented to scout Juan Espino, a Yankee backup catcher in the '80s who has mined his native Dominican Republic for such Angel talent as pitcher Ramon Ortiz. Gorgeous 10K gold ring has the team's "A" logo in ruby red topped by a gold halo flecked with the same tiny diamond pieces that cover the entire face, surrounded by a corona consisting of 16 larger diamonds and the words "World Champions" in gold. One shank is engraved "Angels, 1st Championship" above images of Edison Field, the championship trophy and 2 A's helmets. The other shank is engraved "Espino-2002 World Series-99-63" and has the MLB logo. Size 10. Ring comes in the original 5 x 8" glass and smooth mahogany box with a cushion interior. Perfect and perfectly elegant keepsake from the Angels' magical season.
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