Watch Spotting Manager Dave Roberts Wearing A Panerai Luminor Marina As The Los Angeles Dodgers Win The 2020 World Series
Last night, to finish off what most likely has been the weirdest season in baseball history, the Los Angeles Dodgers vanquished the Tampa Bay Rays, 3-1, to secure the 2020 World Series. In the event that you tuned in, you presumably saw that Dodgers administrator Dave Roberts was donning something important on his wrist: what sure seems, by all accounts, to be a Panerai Luminor Marina (PAM 422).
The model, which was presented back in 2011, highlights the P. 3001 type with hour, minutes, little seconds at 9 o’clock, and a three-day power hold, all in a 47mm case with an open caseback. Sharp-looked at perusers will perceive the PAM 422 from our Talking Watches scene with John Edelman .
Now, I should add that I’m composing this in this time of far off working, in the little Maine town where I grew up. (I’m almost certain there are more individuals in my New York City high rise than in this town.) Here, our games groups – the Sox, Celtics, and Patriots – rank behind just the blueberry yield and the cost of lobster as far as significance. The entirety of this is to say that we New Englanders are (hesitantly) figuring out how to (fairly) appreciate the triumphs of our games stars in different spots: Tom Brady presently tosses footballs in Tampa Bay; Mookie Betts’ splendor was on full showcase for the Dodgers in this World Series; and in case we fail to remember, it was this very Dave Roberts whose taken base in the 2004 end of the season games, against the Yankees, moved the Red Sox to their first World Series title in 86 years.
So congrats to the Dodgers and supervisor Dave Roberts. This Panerai will go pleasantly with a World Series ring.
To look at the current Panerai Luminor setup, click here .
Photos: Robert Gauthier/Los Angeles Times through Getty Images