Relive one of the greatest moments in Indians baseball history with this filter-ready face mask:
1959 Regular Season
Colavito's 4 HRs
Indians vs Baltimore
11 - 8
10 June, 1959
In the greatest day for one of Cleveland?s most beloved baseball players, Rocky Colavito became the eighth player in major league history?and third in AL annals?to blast four home runs in one game during an 11-8 win at Baltimore over the Orioles. After walking in his first plate appearance of the day?ahead of Minnie Minoso?s three-run shot, one of six overall homers hit on the day by Cleveland?Colavito launched his first shot in the third inning and, upon returning to his outfield spot the next inning, was rewarded with a dousing of beer by an unruly Baltimore bleacher fan. If the dump was meant to silence Colavito, it didn?t work; he homered in the fifth, again in the sixth, and finally in the ninth, becoming only the third player to hit all four of his homers consecutively. Booed early on by the Baltimore crowd of 15,000, Colavito?s power display turned the crowd in his favor, being given a standing ovation after his fourth blast. His surge, accounting for six RBIs on the day, played a big role in lifting the Indians to an 11-8 victory over the Orioles and making an undeserving winner out of starting pitcher Gary Bell, who allowed seven runs in 6.1 innings of work.
This All-Over Print Face Mask is made of two soft layers of polyester and has a pocket for a filter for better protection. The adjustable nose wire and elastic bands ensure a good fit. - 100% supersoft polyester microfiber - Fabric weight: 2.4–2.5 oz/yd² (80–85 g/m²) - Elastic bands with PVC earloop size regulators - Adjustable nose wire - Pocket for a filter - Washable and reusable - CPSIA compliant
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