- A gold, 2002 World Series ring designed for the Anaheim Angels and issued to the Commissioner of Major League Baseball, Bud Selig. The 14K gold ring has "World Champions on top; set on a field of clear stones (diamonds?) is an "A" of red stones and a halo of clear stones; left side has: Selig / 2002 World Series / 99-63; right side has Angels / 1st Championship; inside is engraved: Intergold 14K. 2002 World Champions ring, Anaheim Angels; "A" highlighted with small square red stones on a field of clear stones; "Selig 2002 World Series 99-63" on left side; "Angels 1st Championship" on right side., The Anaheim Angels defeated the San Francisco Giants four games to three to win the 2002 World Series. This was their first world championship. Bud Selig served as Major League Baseball's ninth commissioner from 1992 to 2015.
- A 14K gold Baltimore Orioles 1970 World Series championship ring that was given to Commissioner Bowie Kuhn. The ring's face bears image of stadium with clear stone in center and Orioles in script below. Side bears profile image of flying eagle with red, white and blue enamel banner in its mouth. Below is white enamel baseball with 1966, 1970 Champions, 1959 in gold. Ball is surrounded by blue enamel ring with gold stars. Other side bears black and orange enamel Orioles cap with raised lettering "1970 / B. Kuhn / image of bat, ball and glove. Manufacturer markings inside band., The Baltimore Orioles defeated the Cincinnati Reds four game to one to win the 1970 World Series. Bowie Kuhn served as Major League Baseball's fifth commissioner from 1969 to 1984, and was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 2008.