The Baseball Hall of Fame tweeted that it was unboxing some of Pederson's "pearly cargo" Wednesday.
According to the MLB's website, fans will be able to view Pederson's pearl necklace starting Thursday, Nov. 11 through Saturday, Nov. 13 from 11 a.m. to noon at the museum. The MLB said the opportunity to view the pearl necklace is included in the museum's regular admission price.
After the Braves World Series victory parade, Pederson donated his pearls to the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Several other artifacts were also donated to the Hall of Fame Postseason:
- Max Fried's spikes worn during Game 6 when he pitched six shutout innings
- World Series MVP Jorge Soler's batting helmet
- Freddie Freeman's bat used in Game 6
- NLCS MVP Eddie Rosario's glove
- Braves reliever Will Smith's spikes worn in Game 6
- Braves shortstop Dansby Swanson's cap worn in Game 6
- Braves manager Brian Snitker's jersey worn in Games 1 and 2
- Astros manager Dusty Baker's cap
- ALCS MVP Yordan Álvarez's batting helmet
In the next few weeks, these and other artifacts are set to go on display in the museum's Autumn Glory Exhibit. Braves' Ozzie Albies base stolen in Game 1 will also be on display at the Hall of Fame's Your Team Today Exhibit.