The Boston Red Sox won the 2013 MLB World Series after defeating the St.Louis Cardinals 4-2 last October.
And today, five months down the line, they are being honored for their achievement at Fenway Park.
That of course means the presentation of the much-coveted World Series rings.
The Red Sox 2013 variation is shown above, and it is a fairly impressive piece of bling that will be handed out as part of the always highly anticipated home opening day proceedings.
And the Boston ball club clearly think so too, with the franchise having created their own #SOXBLING hashtag to commemorate the event.
Last year's world title was the Red Sox's third title in nine years and the players are commemorating their latest achievement when they take to the diamond too.
All Red Sox players will wear a special gold-trimmed uniform complete with gold stitching around the World Series patch on the jersey's left sleeve and around the letters and numbers.
The Red Sox are currently 2-1 ahead of their game against the Milwaukee Brewers today, first pitch 2.05 pm ET.
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