Pearl Jam: Joc Pederson dons world-famous jewelry from Braves playoff run once again

In what will be one of the greatest moments in Atlanta Braves history, Joc Pederson is going to wear his iconic pearl necklace again as he collects his 2021 World Series Championship ring!

Not all heroes wear capes, as illustrated by that m**********r Joc Pederson sporting his Atlanta Braves pearl necklace once again.

Atlanta will never forget what Pederson meant to this city and its beloved Braves. He may have only spent a few months in a Braves uniform, but Pederson is 1000 percent ATL to the bone, dude. When general manager Alex Anthopoulos traded for the former Chicago Cubs outfielder to essentially be Ronald Acuña Jr.’s temporary replacement, we had no idea what was in store for us.

With the San Francisco Giants making their lone trip to Atlanta this season, Pederson is sporting his majestic pearl necklace like the bad b***h he is once again. The dude is getting his ring, baby!

If you forgot what supreme championship excellence looks like, take a gander at this specimen.

I mean, look at how much fun Pederson is having with his former teammates back at Truist Park.

Be still, my heart. You can do this, Buhler. I believe in you, dude, you absolute champion, you!

Joc Pederson pearl necklace: The bad man is back and he is so beautiful!

Pederson may have spent the bulk of his big-league career becoming a champion for the Los Angeles Dodgers, but the Braves would not have won their first World Series championship in 26 years without him. The team was dead, festering like stinky fish on the loanDepot Park warning track. Pederson took it upon himself to be the catalyst for change and the ultimate tone-setter.

Along with traded-for outfielders Adam Duvall, Eddie Rosario and Jorge Soler, the Braves caught fire in August and September en route to a World Series championship. Pederson had an amazing series as a pinch-hitting star in the NLDS vs. the Milwaukee Brewers. Though he was outshined by Rosario in the NLCS and Soler in the Fall Classic, Pederson will forever be the Braves’ m**********r.

When he collects his ring, there will not be a dry eye in all of Braves Country. He may not have had all that long of a relationship with them, but this was not a one-night stand, bruh! The nights we shared with Joc and pearls were some of the best nights of our entire lives. Not since Gen-X caught pennant fever in 1991 has Braves Country fallen this deeply and madly in love with a man.

With the amount of praise coming Pederson’s way, one would think his number was being retired.