Relive four of the greatest moments in Brewers baseball history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
2011 NLDS: Game 5 vs Arizona - The Series Winner
1992 Regular Season vs Cleveland - The 3,000 Hit Club
2008 Regular Season vs Chicago - Back to the Playoffs
1982 ALCS: Game 5 vs California - Pennant Winners
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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2011 NLDS: Game 5
The Series Winner
Brewers vs Arizona
3 - 2
7 October, 2011
Extra innings in Game 5 of the 2011 NLDS and tensions were high. Arizona had just scored in the 9th inning to tie it up and threw Milwaukee's dreams of an NLCS appearance into jeopardy. Morgan's 10th inning game-winning RBI lifted spirits quickly and sealed the series for Milwaukee.
1992 Regular Season
The 3,000 Hit Club
Brewers vs Cleveland
4 - 5
9 September, 1992
Robin Yount is the greatest Brewers player of all-time and him joining the 3,000 hit club not only cemented his legend status in Milwaukee, but also immortalized him in baseball history. Yount finished his career with 3,142 hits.
2008 Regular Season
Back to the Playoffs
Brewers vs Chicago
3 - 1
28 September, 2008
It had been 26 years since Milwaukee last had a playoff game. Game 162 of the 2008 season and it all came down to this. After Braun blasted a HR to take the lead, Sabathia, who had pitched all 9 innings, finished off the game with a game-winning double play. Milwaukee were back in the playoffs.
1982 ALCS: Game 5
Brewers vs California
4 - 3
10 October, 1982
Milwaukee has only been to one World Series and they have a Cecil Cooper RBI to thank for it. Bottom of the 7th with two outs but bases loaded, Cooper's clutch hit took the lead and eventually sealed the series and the pennant victory for Milwaukee, sending them to the World Series.
Got these for a friend and he LOVED them. Said they were one of the best gifts he’s ever gotten!
I gave these coasters as gifts and they were great! Only complaint was that the original expected delivery was Jul 9-19th and they arrived Aug 2nd so I missed both birthdays. Billy was quick to respond to my questions when I asked where it was but I would have liked if the seller was more proactive in letting me know there was a delay. Altogether I was happy with my purchase.
Great quality and the person I gave them to as a gift absolutely loved them! They bring back so many great memories and people always ask where I got them.
Loved the coasters! Nice memorabilia of the Sox too