Found April 08, 2013 on Holdout Sports:
San Francisco Giants shortstop Brandon Crawford proudly displayed his World Series ring - on his 4-month-old daughter's fingers - with a photo he posted on Twitter this past Sunday. The photo really puts into perspective how big a World Series ring is...and how small a baby's fingers are. The caption with Crawford's photo: "Braylyn showing off some new bling...#ExpensiveTaste." Photo via @bcraw35. H/T LBS. Visit us at holdoutsports.com and follow us on Twitter @HoldoutSports.
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