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In 1998, the New York Yankees captured their second World Series title in three years with a four-game sweep of the San Diego Padres and started a run of three consecutive Fall Classic titles. This is the smaller version of the coveted trophy that is awarded to the World Series champion every year. This particular trophy was presented to Yankees outfielder and designated hitter Chili "Dawg" Davis, who won the Series with the Yanks in 1999 as well. 

It is arranged upon a 2 1/2-inch tall, 7 1/4-inch in diameter wooden base, whose surrounding gold-colored band reads "WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONS NEW YORK YANKEES 1998." Atop the black base, a 5"-diameter gold-colored band has a silver-colored baseball at its base and a very detailed crown figure at the top. Standing prominently at the front of the display are press pin replicas representing the respective World Series combatants, the Yankees and Padres. Surrounding the base are 30 gold-colored flags that, in alphabetical order, bear the names of each Major League Baseball team; the banners gradually ascend in size from 5.5” to 9.5” tall. Trophy seems to be very well preserved and problem-free.

1998 New York Yankees World Series Champions Player Trophy Awarded to Chili "Dawg" Davis
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