Ben Zobrist becomes first Cubs player to try to sell World Series ring

Ben Zobrist becomes first Cubs player to try to sell World Series ring

Zobrist is a very peculiar case here. Zobrist did go through a divorce in his last year in the big leagues in 2019. We all know there would be a ridiculous demand for a 2016 World Series ring, you have to wonder what is going through somebodys mind to put such a precious commemorative artifact up for auction like this.
Eventually, Zobrist can do whatever he desires.

One would believe a World Series ring like this would be valuable considering that quite much nobody alive saw them win it all the time prior to back in 1908. Zobrist is an extremely strange case here.
Hearing that Zobrist is putting his 2016 World Series call for auction is type of heart-breaking.

Ben Zobrist, Chicago Cubs. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images).
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Ben Zobrist will be the very first Chicago Cubs gamer to attmept to offer his 2016 World Series ring.
Not even 5 years ago, Ben Zobrist and the rest of the 2016 Chicago Cubs broke the Curse of the Billy Goat; now, the 2016 World Series MVP is aiming to offer his championship ring.

Turning up in our August Platinum Auction, Ben Zobrists 2016 #Cubs World Series ring! The very first Cubs gamer ring to hit the auction block pic.twitter.com/7DjA35ECXM.
— Heritage Auctions Sports (@Heritage_Sport) June 4, 2021.

Chicago Cubs: Ben Zobrist is putting his World Series call up for auction.
Zobrist did go through a divorce in his last year in the big leagues in 2019. While we do not wish to speculate on his finances, maybe this is a contributing aspect in all of this? We all know there would be an absurd need for a 2016 World Series ring, you have to wonder what is going through someones mind to put such a precious commemorative artifact up for auction like this.
Ultimately, Zobrist can do whatever he wants. He is not the first person to auction off a championship ring and sadly, he will not be the last. There are few champion rings you would believe people would want to willingly get rid of, like those honoring the 1994 New York Rangers, the 2004 Boston Red Sox, the 2016 Cleveland Cavaliers and the 2016 Cubs seasons.
Zobrist will succeed offering his 2016 World Series, but among those has to be invaluable.