Greatest Indians Plays Coasters

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

1920 World Series: Game 5, The World Series Unassisted Triple Play
2016 ALCS: Game 5, Reaching the World Series
2017 Regular Season, 22 Wins The Record
1995 ALDS: Game 1, Peña’s Extra Inning Walkoff

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1920 World Series: Game 5
The World Series Unassisted Triple Play
Cleveland vs Brooklyn
8 - 1
League Park, Cleveland, OH
Few players in the history of baseball have ever produced an unassisted triple play. Bill Wambsganss stands as the only player ever to do so in the postseason, and he did it in a World Series as well. Thus, the rarity of this play makes it one of historical significane.

2016 ALCS: Game 5
Reaching the World Series
Cleveland vs Toronto
3 - 0
Rogers Centre, Toronto, ON
2016 was a memorable year for Cleveland fans. Lebron had just taken down Golden State in the NBA Finals, giving Cleveland it's first major sports title since 1964. The city's emotions kept riding high as their baseball team made it to the World Series, dominating Toronto in the ALCS series 4-1.

2017 Regular Season
22 Wins The Record
Cleveland vs Kansas City
3 - 2
Progressive Field, Cleveland, OH
While the postseason didn't quite pan out, the 2017 season was one of Cleveland's greatest. An easy testament to that is the 22 game win streak the team went on, an AL record. Lindor's bottom of the 9th heroics helped seal sole possession of 2nd place all-time, only behind the 1916 NY Giants.

1995 ALDS: Game 1
Peña’s Extra Inning Walkoff
Cleveland vs Boston
5 - 4
Jacobs Field, Cleveland, OH
It was Cleveland's first postseason game in 41 years and hopes were high after a 100 win regular season. A then 38 year old Peña hit a walk-off homerun in the 13th to give Cleveland fans a taste of postseason victory and spark a playoff run that went all the way to game 6 of the World Series.