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The San Francisco Giants received their 2014 World Series rings before Saturday's game against the Arizona Diamondbacks at AT&T Park.

By SI Wire
April 18, 2015

The San Francisco Giants received their 2014 World Series rings before Saturday's game against the Arizona Diamondbacks at AT&T Park.

The 14-karat white gold rings, designed by Tiffany & Co., pay tribute to the Giants' three World Series wins in five years, as well as their eight total championships. The club's "SF" logo is made of 18-karat yellow gold with 55 round melee diamonds and "World Champions" lines the bezel on both sides.

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One side of the ring depicts the team's last three World Series championships with a "2014" banner across the center, while the other includes the team member's name and number atop San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge.

The inside of the ring lists the results of each round of the Giants' 2014 postseason run, beginning with the National League Wild Card Game win over the Pittsburgh Pirates.

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The first two rings were parachuted onto the AT&T Park before the game.

The Giants have won eight World Series titles and 23 National League pennants.

The start to 2015 has proven more difficult, as the Giants entered Saturday 3–9 and on an eight-game losing skid.

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