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Gamecock National Championship ring for sale on Craigslist

(Source: Craigslist) (Source: Craigslist)
The 2011 Gamecocks celebrate during a parade on Main Street. (Source: Logan Smith) The 2011 Gamecocks celebrate during a parade on Main Street. (Source: Logan Smith)

A South Carolina baseball National Championship ring is listed for sale on Craigslist.

"This is a one of a kind item," says the post. "A South Carolina Gamecocks National Championship Ring. You cannot buy these, only players and coaches got them."

Well, apparently now you can buy one. The asking price? $5000.

The ring would have been awarded to a player or coach who was part of the 2011 team that won the College World Series title. The pricey piece of jewelry also celebrates the fact the Gamecocks left Omaha victorious in back-to-back years.

Thirty-eight players and coaches are listed on South Carolina's 2011 roster.

WIS has contacted to the seller to find out who owns the ring and to which player or coach it was given.

"This ring is in immaculate condition and would be the ultimate addition to any Gamecock Fan's collection," concludes the post.

Interested? Click here to see the Craigslist ad.

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