The Texas Rangers have unveiled a 10 karat white gold ring, distinguishing them as the 2011 American League champions.
The ring, designed and produced by Jostens, shows off the team colors with "Texas Rangers" surrounded by red and blue stones.
The ring crest prominently features the Rangers "T" in yellow gold set with custom cut rubies. The logo is centered around a baseball crafted in round diamonds.
The ring bezel is encircled by "American League" and "Champions," representative of team achievement.
On the shoulder of the ring, "TEXAS" sits above a yellow gold American League logo. The State of Texas flag is highlighted in red, white and blue enamel. There are also two diamond-studded stars which represent the consecutive American League Championship titles.
Jostens also designed the 2010 championship rings for the Rangers.
"We enjoyed working with Jostens again on the creation and production of our American League Championship rings," said Rangers CEO and President Nolan Ryan. "They have created a beautiful ring that I believe everyone in the organization will be proud to wear."
Ryan was among the first in the Rangers organization to receive his ring.
The Rangers on-field personnel will receive their rings during a ceremony prior to Saturday night's game against the White Sox. Front office employees will receive their rings during a luncheon on Monday.