Royals to give one lucky fan a 14-karat gold World Series celebration ring

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Kansas City Royals announced Wednesday that the Club’s foundation, Royals Charities, will give fans the chance to enter a sweepstakes to win an authentic World Series Championship ring from the 2015 season.

For a $10 donation to Royals Charities, one lucky fan will win the 14-karat gold ring celebrating the 2015 World Series Championship season.  The ring contains diamonds and sapphires and will be personalized with the winner’s name.  Fans will receive one entry for each $10 donation, up to ten entries.

The winner will be announced on August 18 during the broadcast of the game between the Royals and Minnesota Twins on FOX Sports Kansas City.  To enter the sweepstakes of for more information, visit

About Royals Charities:

Created in 2001, Royals Charities strives to support children, education, youth baseball/softball, and military in and around the Kansas City area. The foundation accomplishes this mission through financial donations, as well as in-kind support, including memorabilia, tickets and publicity. Under the leadership of the Glass family, Royals Charities has donated more than $10.5 million dollars in grants since its inception and in 2015 donated $1.5 million to 122 Kansas City area organizations. For more information visit

-Information from Kansas City Royals news release-

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