Greatest Angels Plays: Slate Coasters (Set of 4)

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

2012 Regular Season vs Baltimore - That Catch
2002 World Series: Game 6 vs San Francisco - The Comeback
2002 ALCS: Game 5 vs Minnesota - Winning the Pennant
1984 Regular Season vs Texas - The 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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2012 Regular Season
That Catch
Angels vs Baltimore
13 - 1
27 June, 2012
Arguably Trout's most memorable play of his career so far, he looked like Superman leaping up in the air to rob Hardy of a homerun. The future GOAT showed he isn't just an offensive weapon, he is perhaps the best all-around player ever to grace a baseball field. What a catch.

2002 World Series: Game 6
The Comeback
Angels vs San Francisco
6 - 5
26 October, 2002
Anaheim fans would say this is the greatest World Series game ever. Losing 0-5, only eight outs away from San Francisco winning the title, Anaheim sparked a comeback to save the game, the series, the season, and dreams of a championship. We all know what happened in game 7 afterwards - history.

2002 ALCS: Game 5
Winning the Pennant
Angels vs Minnesota
13 - 5
13 October, 2002
Adam Kennedy was the ALCS hero when he blasted 3 homeruns in Game 5, sparking a 7th inning in which Anaheim scored 10 runs and cemented their place atop the AL. Winning the AL pennant for the first time, Anaheim finally made the series and kept their eye on the ultimate prize.

1984 Regular Season
The Perfect Game
Angels vs Texas
1 - 0
30 September, 1984
Los Angeles HOF inductee, Mike Witt pitched the 11th perfect game in league history on the last day of the 1984 season. The only perfect game in franchise history, the 6' 7" pitcher struckout 10 and put the game to bed with only 94 pitches.