A World Series ring is not an official award presented by MLB; the latter only awards a trophy to the team that wins the Series. It is only a tradition that the winning team gives rings to its employees, and a team is free to offer -- or refuse to offer -- rings to any staff member it wants to.
In general, rings are only made for those employees who work in the locker room of the team -- manager, players, coaches, and trainers. However, a team is perfectly free to give one to its scouts as well.
yes umpires get world series rings i know one that did a world series game and he still has his ring
The 1922 New York Giants created the first World Series ring after defeating the New York Yankees in five games.
Derek Jeter had four World Series rings by 2002.
Tye St. Louis Cardinals have the second most World Series rings with 10.
The St. Louis Cardinals won the 2006 World Series, so they got the rings.
Yankees with 27 world series titles
David Eckstein has two World Series rings. One from the 2002 World Series with the Anaheim Angels, and the other from 2006 with the St. Louis Cardinals.
Derek Jeter was 22 years old when he won his first World Series in 1996.
Jorge Posada has won five World Series rings (1996, 1998, 1999, 2000 and 2009)