Petaluma Kids Get Little League World Series Rings | NBC Bay Area

Petaluma Kids Get Little League World Series Rings

The plucky little baseball players from Petaluma are ringed.



    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

    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!