Petaluma Kids Get Little League World Series Rings

The plucky little baseball players from Petaluma are ringed.

By Chris Roberts
|  Friday, Nov 16, 2012  |  Updated 6:06 PM PDT
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They're not Giant, but the Petaluma Little Leaguers' World Series rings are still pretty sweet.
 
The Petaluma National Little League All-Stars received World Series rings on Wednesday evening, according to Petaluma360.com.

 
The 13-year olds, following their third-place appearance in the Little League World Series, have met San Francisco Giants pitcher Matt Cain, and have received a bevy of awards and honors including a parade through downtown Petaluma.
 
The rings are a gift from a trio of donors: Henry Trione, a former part owner of the Oakland Raiders, Henry Hansel, who owns an auto groip, and Dan Libarle, who owns Lace House Linen. 
 
Congratulations again boys!
 

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