Trea Turner's World Series ring will finally fit properly.
The Washington Nationals shortstop underwent successful surgery on his right index finger, sharing a post-op photo on his Instagram account Saturday.
The 26-year-old suffered the injury on April 2 against the Philadelphia Phillies when he tried to drop down a bunt and was struck by a pitch.
He returned from the injured list on May 17 and recorded an excellent season, hitting .298/.353/.497 with 19 home runs, 37 doubles, 57 RBIs, and 35 steals.
Following the conclusion of the Nationals' World Series-winning season, Turner showed what he had to play with for most of the campaign.