1975 Boston Red Sox AL American League Championship Rings
The 1975 Boston Red Sox season was a season in American baseball. It involved the Red Sox finishing first in the American League East with a record of 95 wins and 65 losses. Following a sweep of the Oakland Athletics in the ALCS, the Red Sox lost the World Series to the Cincinnati Reds in 7 games (similar to 1946 and 1967). The 1975 New York Yankees season was the 73rd season for the Yankees in New York, and the franchise's 75th season overall. The team finished with a record of 83-77, finishing 12 games behind the Boston Red Sox. The Yankees played at Shea Stadium due to the ongoing renovation of Yankee Stadium, which would re-open in 1976. Bill Virdon opened the season as Yankees manager, but he was replaced on August 1 by Billy Martin. This would be the first of five stints as Yankees manager for Martin.
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Will ship the order within 5~7 days. (Custom Name and Number on ring shank and/or ring inside engraving will generally ship approx 7-10 business days, unless indicated otherwise. Fully Customized Rings are required 4 to 5 weeks for delivery).
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About Our Rings
Finger size: US 7～15 # with half size, can be resized.
All rings handmade with skilled craftsmen.
Each ring weigh approx 50~65 grams.
Each ring is solid back, strong and big.
All stones are prong-set by hand, not glued.
Each ring will ship with a wooden gift box.
Gem stones: AAA+ Cubic Zirconias.
Metals: Available in copper,925 sterling silver,10k gold,14k gold.
Finish: 14k white gold / yellow gold plating.
About Customize Name & Number and Inside engraving
Customize Name & Number and Inside Engraving is available, please select "Custom Name & Number" and "Inside Engraving" option with order.
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