The Chicago Cubs don't win the World Series very often, a fact that's been painstakingly documented.

As such, the organization is being quite generous with the championship jewelry.

The team handed out a grand total of 1,908 rings to seemingly anyone even remotely associated with the team.

Of course, that number bears some historical significance.

Even with a bulk delivery like that, those rings are supposed to become super-scarce, and the Cubs took measures to keep it that way. Click over to The Daily Player for details.

We've got a buncha championship rings in stock here at Fanorama, and crazily enough, they sell. These replica Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl rings lead the way:

replica dallas cowboy super bowl rings

With a price like $15.60, it's easy to see why they just fly outta here. Are there really that many Cowboy fans aching for the good ol' days?

Our theory, though, is they're Tinder bling, as in I played on that team.

Whatever works, dudes. For $15.60, you're getting a bargain any way you look at it.





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