Greatest Phillies Plays Coasters

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

2010 NLDS: Game 1 vs Cleveland - Doc's Postseason No-Hitter
2008 World Series: Game 5 vs Tampa Bay - World Champs Again!
1980 World Series: Game 6 vs Kansas City - World Champions
1980 NLCS: Game 5 vs Houston - Headed to the Series

Rest your pint on history.

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2010 NLDS: Game 1
Doc's Postseason No-Hitter
Philadelphia vs Cleveland
4 - 0
October 6, 2010
Citizens Bank Park, Philadelphia, PA
After a great debut season with Philadelphia, everyone was excited to see the talented veteran finally get his first chance to pitch in the playoffs. He didn't disappoint as he threw the second no-hitter in playoff history!

2008 World Series: Game 5
World Champs Again!
Philadelphia vs Tampa Bay
4 - 3
October 27, 2008
Citizens Bank Park, Philadelphia, PA
Aiming for their 2nd title, Philadelphia's team had high expectations with their potent offense. However, it was a defensive play from Utley that stands out as he helped secure the title with a fake to first before firing home to catch Bartlett out at the plate.

1980 World Series: Game 6
World Champions
Philadelphia vs Kansas City
4 - 1
October 21, 1980
Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia, PA
After 97 years playing in the majors, Philadelphia had still yet to win a world series title. With the bases loaded, McGraw would close out the game with a clutch strikeout to bring Philadelphia title glory for the first time.

1980 NLCS: Game 5
Headed to the Series
Philadelphia vs Houston
8 - 7
October 12, 1980
Astrodome, Houston, TX
Philadelphia's entry ticket for a chance to win their first World Series, the 1980 NLCS is known as one of the most exciting playoff series ever, with only Game 1 ending in 9 innings, the series was full of "free baseball." Decisive Game 5 was no different as the Phillies won in the 10th inning.