(CBS) The World Series champion Chicago Cubs got their hardware on Wednesday night at Wrigley Field.
Prior to their game against the Dodgers, Cubs players, coaches and front office members were presented with their championship rings, which were loaded with 108 white diamonds surrounding the bezel to represent the years in between the franchise’s titles. In all, there are 214 diamonds in the rings, which are 5.5 karats.
In a unique gesture, the Cubs had honorary ring bearer fans present players with their rings. Cubs legends Billy Williams, Ryne Sandberg and Ferguson Jenkins also received rings, and the team had rings made for the late Ernie Banks and Ron Santo.
In all, 1,908 rings and pins will be distributed to players, coaches, ownership, executives, front office associates, ballpark staff, partners and Hall of Fame alumni, the Cubs said.
Here are some images and moments from the ceremony: