The White Sox have their sights set on ending the 2020 season with rings on their fingers.
Well, two members of the team already have some sparkly new jewelry.
White Sox chairman Jerry Reinsdorf presented a pair of dazzling rings to Lucas Giolito and James McCann to commemorate Giolito's no-hitter against the Pittsburgh Pirates on Aug. 25.
Take a look at these bad boys.
Eat your heart out, Tamatoa.
As the White Sox mentioned in their tweet, this is a tradition for the chairman. Prior to Giolito and McCann receiving their rings, Reinsdorf most recently had presented José Abreu with a commemorative ring after he hit for the cycle in 2017.
Giolito's no-hitter was the 19th in White Sox history and the first since Philip Humber's perfect game against the Seattle Mariners in 2012. Giolito struck out 13 hitters that night, a fourth-inning walk the only thing keeping him from joining Humber and Mark Buehrle in the perfect game club.
There wasn't going to be any way Giolito and McCann would forget that night on the South Side. Now there's some extra sparkle to that memory.