Jaime Jarrín, Jon SooHoo, Ned Colletti & More Employees Receive Dodgers World Series Ring

The Los Angeles Dodgers World Series ring ceremony provided players and fans with the first opportunity to celebrate last year’s championship, and in the time since the franchise has honored former players along with those still involved or with close ties.

The Dodgers recently sent Vin Scully his World Series ring, which the retired broadcaster was proud to share on social media. And on Monday, the team held a special ceremony for employees to receive their jewelry as well.

Members of the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation, social media department, research and development, Jon SooHoo, Jorge Jarrín, Jaime Jarrín and Ned Colletti were among those on hand at Dodger Stadium to pick up the ring.

Like Scully and Kiké Hernandez before them, SooHoo, Colletti and Jorge Jarrín documented their excitement and appreciation on social media.

Colletti was of course the Dodgers’ former general manager and drafted several of the players who are now stars. SooHoo has been the Dodgers’ team photographer since 1985, and Jaime Jarrín is in his 63rd season as a Spanish-language broadcaster.

Dodgers wanted to tell story with World Series ring

Jostens hand-crafted the 14-karat World Series ring, which is composed of white and yellow gold with diamonds and sapphires throughout.

The ring has approximately 222 round diamonds, 10 princess-cut diamonds, 45 custom-cut genuine sapphires and eight round genuine sapphires. The piece of fine jewelry was presented to players, Scully and ownership in a ring box has a video screen to play highlights from last season.

When the Dodgers unveiled a detailed look at their hardware to celebrate last season’s title, president and CEO Stan Kasten explained there was an emphasis on retelling all that 2020 entailed.

“For 32 years Los Angeles waited for this moment, this team and this ring – and all that it represents,” he said in a statement.

“Jostens did a spectacular job designing these rings which represent the sacrifice, determination and fortitude demonstrated by our players, coaches and entire organization to win a championship while overcoming unprecedented challenges.

“We are so proud of this team and thrilled to have presented them with their rings today in front of the best fans in baseball.”

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