SF Giants receive their 2014 World Series rings

Baseball The reigning World Series champions may be in the midst of an eight-game losing streak and off to the fourth-worst start through 12 games of any defending World Series champion in history. But the champs were celebrating Saturday.The Giants received their 2014 World Series rings in a pre-game ceremony at AT&T Park before their game with the Diamondbacks. San Francisco beat the Royals in seven games, in part to pitcher Madison Bumgarner's sub-0.50 ERA.  MORE: Astros grounds crew dress up as astronaunts | Tensions with Royals, A's rise after beaningAccording to the team, the San Francisco “SF” logo is set in 18-karat yellow gold with 55 round melee diamonds and pays tribute to San Francisco's three World Series championships in five years. Each ring also features the player’s name and number with the iconic San Francisco Golden Gate bridge. A closer look at the #SFGRing pic.twitter.com/ofcTIf4rsU— World Champs (@SFGiants) April 19, 2015