Greatest Rangers Plays Coasters

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Relive four of the greatest moments in Texas baseball history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:

1991 Regular Season vs Toronto - Nolan's 7th No-Hitter
2010 ALCS: Game 6 vs New York - Headed to the Series
1994 Regular Season vs California - Rusty's Dive Saves The Perfect Game
2017 Regular Season vs Baltimore - The Modern Day Record

Rest your pint on history.

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1991 Regular Season
Nolan's 7th No-Hitter
Texas vs Toronto
3 - 0
May 1, 1991
Arlington Stadium, Arlington, TX
Nolan Ryan, one of the greatest pitchers ever, pitched one of his most memorable games at the modest age of 44 years old. Finishing with 16 strikeouts, his 7th no-hitter of his career came against Toronto in Arlington Stadium, making him the oldest to ever throw a no-hitter.

2010 ALCS: Game 6
Headed to the Series
Texas vs New York
6 - 1
October 22, 2010
Rangers Ballpark, Arlington, TX
What a moment for Texas baseball history. Already special for being the first time reaching the World Series, Texas fans were blessed with a cherry on top. Clinching the AL Pennant by striking out "traitor" Alex Rodriguez.

1994 Regular Season
Rusty's Dive Saves The Perfect Game
Texas vs California
4 - 0
July 28, 1994
The Ballpark at Arlington, Arlington, TX
A member of Texas' HOF, Kenny Rogers had a perfect game going into the top of the 9th inning. Hudler popped one into centerfield and Rusty Greer made one of the most memorable catches, diving out for the ball to keep Rogers' perfect game alive in the 9th inning. What a play.

2017 Regular Season
The Modern Day Record
Texas vs Baltimore
30 - 3
August 22, 2017
Orioles Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore, MD
30 runs. The most ever in modern day baseball. Since 1913, only 4 teams had scored more than 27 runs and none had done that in over 50 years. But on a special day in August, Texas put 30 past Baltimore and secured a record which may never be broken. Alone at the top.