The "Ohio Old-Time Strat-O-Matic League World's Series Championship Trophy" is what it is all about. The winning team every year has their name permanently etched into it, not dissimilar from hockey's "Stanley Cup." The square where the year and name are etched is referred to as the "most valuable 1 X 2 inch piece of real estate on the planet."
Here is a picture of Mike Thomsen holding the Championship Trophy. He represents the 1996 and 1997 World's Champion Chicago White Sox. Every year a photo of the new Champion will be published on this web page to celebrate their fantastic victory.