Relive four of the greatest moments in Braves baseball history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
1974 Regular Season vs Los Angeles - Hank Aaron HR Record
1992 NLCS: Game 7 vs Pittsburgh - Bream beats the throw
1995 World Series: Game 6 vs Cleveland - First Championship
2012 Regular Season vs Philadelphia - Jones' Walk-off HR
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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1974 Regular Season
Hank Aaron HR Record
Braves vs Los Angeles
7 - 4
8 April, 1974
It had been almost 40 years since Babe Ruth had set the all-time home run record at 714 career home runs, but now Hank Aaron was ready to take over the title. In a regular season game against Los Angeles, Aaron stepped up for his second at bat of the night. After taking a ball, Aaron smacked the next pitch into deep left field to claim his throne as home run king.
1992 NLCS: Game 7
Bream beats the throw
Braves vs Pittsburgh
3 - 2
14 October, 1992
Arguably Atlanta's greatest single play in their baseball history, it just doesn't get better than this.
1995 World Series: Game 6
Braves vs Cleveland
1 - 0
28 October, 1995
2012 Regular Season
Jones' Walk-off HR
Braves vs Philadelphia
15 - 13
2 May, 2012
I ordered these coasters and it took over a month for them to arrive. I was very disappointed. I sent several emails — it had no impact on my order.
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These were such a unique and thoughtful gift for my packers fan!! He knew every play and was so impressed that I found such different type of fan fair!
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