Not even the Rally Monkey can rally to save its creator’s Angels 2002 World Series ring

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Robert Castillo, the Angels production manager and creator of the Rally Monkey, was let go from the team in 2007. He hasn’t had any work since.

As a result, he’s selling his 2002 World Series ring through a ring dealer (linked here). The asking price is $19,995.

Castillo told CNBC that the ring is the “only item I own of value,” and he’s on “the brink of total financial ruin.”

The ring is made of 10-Karat gold with diamonds and rubies and comes in its original wood presentation box. The ring weighs 46 grams and is a size 12.

More on Castillo’s story (linked here).

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