Greatest White Sox Plays - Slate Coasters (Set of 4)

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

2005 World Series Game 2 vs Houston - Podsednik's Walk-Off HR
2005 World Series Game 2 vs Houston - Konerko's Grand Slam
2009 Regular Season vs Tampa Bay - Wise's Perfect Catch
2012 Regular Season vs Seattle - Humber's Perfect Game

These slate coasters are laser-etched indelibly into the stone itself.
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster
- Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz)
- Natural edge
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2005 World Series Game 2
Podsednik's Walk-Off HR
Chicago vs Houston
7 - 6
23 October, 2005
It is perhaps the single greatest game in Chicago history, and Scott Podsednik ended it with a walk-off home run. Tied up at 6 runs, Podsednik stepped to the plate after going 0-for-4 that day. Fans were hoping for a base hit, since Podsednik is not known for his power, but he was able to take the 4th pitch from Brad Lidge deep into right center to win the game. Chicago went on to sweep Houston in 4 games to take home their first trophy since 1917.

2005 World Series Game 2
Konerko's Grand Slam
Chicago vs Houston
7 - 6
23 October, 2005
Chicago had won Game 1 of the World Series but were now trailing by two runs in the bottom of the 7th. Paul Konerko walked to the plate with the bases loaded. He took the first pitch from Chad Qualls and crushed it into left field. As amazing as the moment was, it will go down as the second greatest moment of the Series next to Scott Podsednik's walk-off home run two innings later.

2009 Regular Season
Wise's Perfect Catch
Chicago vs Tampa Bay
5 - 0
23 July, 2009


2012 Regular Season
Humber's Perfect Game
Chicago vs Seattle
4 - 0
21 April, 2012
Phil Humber became only the 21st pitcher ever to throw a perfect game in 2012, and the third Chicago pitcher to do so. The game ended in dramatic fashion, coming down to a 3-2 count against Brendan Ryan. Humber got him swinging on a low and wide pitch that missed catcher A.J. Pierzynski's glove. Ryan thought he had checked his swing and Pierzynski had to throw to first to secure the final out.