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The 1996 MLB season was the start of New York Yankees dynasty that won four World Series titles in five years. It was the 94th season for the franchise, on that saw them finish 92-70. This record earned the Yanks their first division title since 1981. New York defeated the Texas Rangers in the ALDS 3-1, then beat the Baltimore Orioles in the ALCS 4-1. Led by the likes of Derek Jeter, Paul O’Neill and Bernie Williams, the ’96 Bronx Bombers rebounded in the Fall Classic after going down two games to none to the Atlanta Braves. Incredibly, they won four straight to start them on their remarkable run.

Offered is a 1996 New York Yankees World Series Champions 14K gold player's ring presented to outfielder Rubén Sierra. The face of the ring features a bevy of real diamonds forming the famous interlocking "NY" logo on a dark blue stone in the center. The words “WORLD CHAMPIONS” in raised lettering surround the perimeter with “19” on the left and “96” on the right. On the left shank, the player's name "SIERRA" and the words "COURAGE" and "HEART" appear above the Commissioner's Trophy. On the right shank, the Yankee logo and Yankee Stadium facade appear above the word “TRADITION”. The ring is in strong condition overall. The 14K yellow gold ring was given a rhodium finish. The ring is a size 10.5 and weighs 44.6 grams. 

Includes a T.J. Kaye LOA and a letter of provenance from Rich Altman. The championship ring is also accompanied by a notarized transfer of ownership signed by Ruben Sierra.

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