Yogi Berra won the most World Series rings as a player with ten. Joe McCarthy and Casey Stengel are tied with the most rings as a manager with seven.
Lawrence "Yogi" Berra won 10 World Series championships with the Yankee's as a player. He has a total of 13 rings, with 3 of them coming as a manager.
Casey Stengel and Joe McCarthy have each won seven World Series rings. Both managers have won their seven with the New York Yankees.
Torre, who never appeared in a World Series as a player, earned four championship rings as the manager of the New York Yankees (1996, 1998, 1999 and 2000).
yes umpires get world series rings i know one that did a world series game and he still has his ring
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.
Derek Jeter had four World Series rings by 2002.
Yogi BerraYogi Berra won 10 World Series rings in 14 World Series appearances
they make one for every one on the team (including manager, coahes, owner, general manger, etc.) so really it depends on how many people are on/work for the team
Bengie, José and Yadier are the only trio of brothers to have each earned World Series rings. so all of them have rings
Yes, players get rings when they win the World Series