After waiting a few extra months, Joc Pederson finally was awarded his World Series championship ring on Thursday night.
After signing with the Cubs this offseason, Pederson couldn’t be with the Dodgers during their ring ceremony back in April. He had to wait two-and-a-half months, but he finally got it. Ahead of Thursday’s game in Los Angeles, some of his former teammates presented Pederson with his new bling.
Can somebody pass the tissues?
Speaking of passing the tissues, the best part of this was Pederson wasn’t the only one receiving a ring tonight. Champ Pederson, Joc’s brother, also received a ring from the Dodgers.
Hell yeah Dodgers. Well done.
The Dodgers gave Joc Pederson’s older brother Champ a World Series ring pic.twitter.com/4IcVFXdq3J— Jomboy Media (@JomboyMedia) June 25, 2021
The Dodgers were no-hit and it was a forgettable night, but it sure was great seeing Joc and Champ at the ballpark getting their rings.
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