Players, coaches & medical staff received their #WorldSeries hardware tonight!— Fresno Grizzlies (@FresnoGrizzlies) May 13, 2018
💍 LHP Reymin Guduan
💍 OF/2B @tonykemp
💍 INF @twhite409
💍 1B A.J. Reed
💍 RHP @JJ_Jankowski33
💍 MGR @RondeyLinares
💍 PC Dyar Miller
💍 HC Darryl Robinson#Astros #Growlifornia #FarmGrown pic.twitter.com/vn3Hay4Gdp
It was the first time the group, headlined by Tony Kemp, got to see their rings in person. "It's definitely something that'll I will cherish for the rest of my life and it's always going to be passed down in my family," Kemp said. "They'll be fighting over this ring when I go to heaven." He later told ABC30 he'd have to look into a safety deposit box for safekeeping.
Kemp extended his hitting streak to 18 games while also hitting his 21st double with the team, a new franchise record. The Grizzlies beat the Salt Lake City Bees 7-4.