Ever have that feeling where your really rare and expensive championship ring goes missing?

Nope, me neither.

But Drew Weber does.

Weber, who owns the Lowell Spinners, the New York-Penn League affiliate of the Boston Red Sox, left his 2013 Red Sox championship ring at a New York City restaurant owned by Luigi Militello.

The Red Sox have not announced the value of the rings yet, but their 2004 ring is valued at $30,000.

Weber left the ring on a sink and realized it was missing when he arrived at home following his dinner. Militello told him he had the ring and the two met the next day so Militello could give it back.

In exchange for the ring, Weber is giving Militello tickets to the Red Sox-Yanks game on Sept. 28, which is set to be the final regular season game for Derek Jeter.