Greatest Marlins Plays - Leatherette Coasters (Set of 4)

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

1996 Regular Season vs Colorado - The First No-No
1997 World Series: Game 7 vs Cleveland - Walk-Off World Champs
2003 NLDS: Game 4 vs San Francisco - The Collision
2003 World Series: Game 6 vs New York - The Shutout Wins it All

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) per coaster
- Stitched border
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1996 Regular Season
The First No-No
Miami vs Colorado
11 - 0
11 May, 1996
In 1996, Al Leiter tossed the first no-hitter in the Marlin's history with a dominant display against the Colorado Rockies. In front of a homecrowd, it was a delight for fans to witness such a rarity as franchise history was made.

1997 World Series: Game 7
Walk-Off World Champs
Miami vs Cleveland
3 - 2
26 October, 1997
Game 7 of a World Series and it goes to extra innings - it doesn't get better than this. Thankfully for Marlins fans, instead of heartbreak, they were treated to jubilation as Renteria hit a walk-off single just high enough to get past Nagy's glove and drive Counsell home for the score and title.

2003 NLDS: Game 4
The Collision
Miami vs San Francisco
7 - 6
4 October, 2003
With the game-tying run coming towards home, Conine threw a ball slightly off-center to Rodriguez who caught it stepped to the right and boom! A huge collision at the plate but Pudge held on to the ball and the runner was called out. Florida was advancing to the NLCS.

2003 World Series: Game 6
The Shutout Wins it All
Miami vs New York
2 - 0
25 October, 2003
Florida won their second World Series title against a very good New York team. Pitcher Josh Beckett pitched all 9 innings holding New York scoreless to help Florida seal the victory. It was their second title in only 10 years of existence, a truly special achievement.