WATCH: Nationals unveil World Series ring

Posted at 8:01 PM, May 24, 2020
and last updated 2020-05-24 20:16:42-04

WASHINGTON D.C. - On Sunday afternoon, the Washington Nationals unveiled their 2019 Word Series championship ring on social media.

The ring contains:
- 30 custom-cut genuine rubies that represent 30 runs scored in four World Series game victories

- 32 custom-cut genuine sapphires, the total number when you combine 7 walk-off wins, 13 shutout wins, 8 wins that makeup their longest winning streak and 4 postseason rounds won

- 108 diamonds that represent 105 regular season and postseason wins, 1 World Series championship and the number as a nod to the duality of franchise history

- 12 rubies on each end to represent the total number of postseason wins

- The player's name

- The year 2019

- MMVI, representing 2006, which is the year the Lerner family purchased the franchise

- The player's number, set in diamonds

- Fight Finished, an evolution of the Nationals 2019 logo 'Stay in the Fight

- 5 starts that represent 5 postseason elimination games won

- 4 diamonds to represent 4 previous N.L. East division titles

- 1 ruby that signifies the World Series championship

- 'Go 1-0 Everyday', the 2019 mantra

- A shark symbol that represents Gerardo Parra's walkup song, "Baby Shark"

- A list of opponents defeated during the postseason, along with the series scores

- 10.30.19, the date Washington became World Series champs

- 14 karat white and yellow gold, 170 round diamonds, 55 genuine rubies, 32 genuine sapphires, 23.2 carats of gemstones