Greatest Nationals Plays Coasters

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

2008 Regular Season vs Atlanta - Housewarming Party
2010 Regular Season vs Pittsburgh - Strasburg's 14K Debut
2012 NLDS: Game 4 vs St. Louis - 13 Pitch Walk-Off
2016 Regular Season vs Detroit - Scherzer's 20Ks

Rest your pint on history.

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2008 Regular Season
Housewarming Party
Washington vs Atlanta
3 - 2
March 30, 2008
Nationals Park, Washington D.C.
Escaping RFK, D.C. fans were excited to have Nationals Park as their home for years to come. So the city did what anyone else would do; threw a housewarming party. With two outs in the bottom of the 9th, Ryan Zimmerman knocked one to deep left center for a walk off homer to cap off the opening game.

2010 Regular Season
Strasburg's 14K Debut
Washington vs Pittsburgh
5 - 2
June 8, 2010
Nationals Park, Washington D.C.
Fans raced to Nationals Park to catch the debut of ace Stephen Strasburg. They weren't disappointed as he gave a dominant performance with 14 Ks, breaking the franchise record at the time. 7 IP with only 4 hits, including striking out each of the last 7 batters he faced, Strasburg was the real deal.

2012 NLDS: Game 4
13 Pitch Walk-Off
Washington vs St. Louis
2 - 1
October 11, 2012
Nationals Park, Washington D.C.
A moment of heroics, Werth's 13 pitch duel in the bottom of the ninth ended with a booming home run to keep their postseason alive for another day. Werth would go on to be the first "true" National inducted into Washington's ring of honor.

2016 Regular Season
Scherzer's 20Ks
Washington vs Detroit
3 - 2
May 11,2016
Nationals Park, Washington D.C.
Max Scherzer has established himself to be a future Hall of Fame inductee, hands down. Among his notable accolades and performances, one in particular stands out - a 20K night, tying the MLB record. Scherzer and Randy Johnson are the only pitchers ever to throw both a 20K game and a no-hitter.