Greatest Pirates Plays Coasters

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

2013 Regular Season vs Chicago - Back in the Playoffs
1960 World Series: Game 7 vs New York - The Greatest Walk-Off
1979 World Series: Game 7 vs Baltimore - We Are Family
1971 World Series: Game 7 vs Baltimore - Clemente is WS MVP

Rest your pint on history.

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2013 Regular Season
Back in the Playoffs
Pittsburgh vs Chicago
2 - 1
September 23, 2013
Wrigley Field, Chicago, IL
After 20 consecutive season without reaching the playoffs, Pittsburgh finally made it back into the postseason and began a run of success for Pittsburgh in the decade.

1960 World Series: Game 7
The Greatest Walk-Off
Pittsburgh  vs New York
10 - 9
October 13, 1960
Forbes Field, Pittsburgh, PA
A walk-off homer in the bottom of the ninth in Game 7 of the World Series? Easily one of the best greatest home runs of all-time. Especially against a talent stacked New York team.

1979 World Series: Game 7
We Are Family
Pittsburgh vs Baltimore
4 - 1
October 17, 1979
Memorial Stadium, Baltimore, MD
Down 1-3 in the series, the odds were against Pittsburgh winning their 5th title. "We Are Family" by Sister Sledge was the team's theme as fans and players rallied together to comeback, culminating in a Game 7 victory. HOF'er Willie Stargell dominated, winning AP Athlete of the Year along with NL MVP.

1971 World Series: Game 7
Clemente is WS MVP
Pittsburgh vs Baltimore
2 - 1
October 17, 1971
Memorial Stadium, Baltimore, MD
The 1970s were a dominant period for Pittsburgh. Veteran and legend of the game, Roberto Clemente hit .414 for the series including a HR in Game 7 to win himself and Pittsburgh another World Series title. Clemente would pass away just over a year after winning WS MVP. Rest In Peace Roberto.