Relive four of the greatest moments in Giants baseball history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
2014 World Series Game 7 vs Kansas City - The Catch
2007 Regular Season vs Washington - Barry Bonds breaks all-time HR record
2010 World Series Game 5 vs Texas - Renteria's 3-run HR
2012 World Series Game 4 vs Detroit - Scutaro drives in Theriot
These leatherette coasters are laser etched to reveal a vibrant silver foil.
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.15" per coaster
- Weight: 0.15lbs (4oz)
- Stitched border
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2014 World Series Game 7
Giants vs Kansas City
3 - 2
29 October, 2014
In true San Francisco scrappy style, Michael Morse singled in the bottom of the 4th advancing Hunter Pence and scoring Pablo Sandoval for the go-ahead run. But it was Madison Bumgarner who was the real hero. Bumgarner capped a record breaking postseason coming in on only 2 days rest to relieve Jeremy Affeldt and eventually to set a post-season record of 52 2/3 innings pitched. Bumgarner had already won his two starts in the World Series, allowing only 1 run and 7 hits over those two games, and now he entered in the bottom of the fifth to carry San Francisco once more. Over the next 5 innings he allowed only 3 runs and saved the World Series for San Francisco, getting Salvador Perez to pop up a foul ball that Pablo Sandoval caught for the final out of 2014. Jeremy Affeldt got the win.
2007 Regular Season
Barry Bonds breaks all-time HR record
Giants vs Washington
6 - 8
7 August, 2007
The home-run king, Mr. Barry Bonds.
2010 World Series Game 5
Renteria's 3-run HR
Giants vs Texas
3 - 1
1 November, 2010
2012 World Series Game 4
Scutaro drives in Theriot
Giants vs Detroit
4 - 3
28 October, 2012
Extra-innings win in the World Series! It doesn't quite get better than that.
Excellent product, do what they are supposed to and look fantastic! Love them.
Greatest Indiana Basketball Plays: Slate Coasters (Set of 4)
I got slate coasters. A touch expensive, but it celebrates good memories, is very unique, and it kept to the theme of my man cave using history rather than overdoing a logo. Many NFL coasters are tacky in my opinion... this added class.
I hope they will add the David Logan touchdown run versus Detroit in 1981 or the Mike Washington interception versus New Orleans in our first win ever in 1977
I purchased as a gift for my children to give to their dad. I love the quality! It was perfect!