Greatest Padres Plays Coasters

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Relive four of the greatest moments in San Diego baseball history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
1984 NLCS: Game 5 vs Chicago - Pennant Winners
1998 NLCS: Game 6 vs Atlanta - Back to the World Series
1999 Regular Season vs Montreal - Mr. Padre's Number 3,000
2006 Regular Season vs Pittsburgh - The Save Record

Rest your pint on history.
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1984 NLCS: Game 5
Pennant Winners
San Diego vs Chicago
6 - 3
October 7, 1984
Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego, CA
It was San Diego's first postseason in team history and they made the most of it. Down in the series 0-2 against Chicago, the Padres stormed back winning the next two to force a Game 5. In the 7th inning, Tony Gwynn drove home two runners with his double, taking the lead and earning the pennant.
1998 NLCS: Game 6
Back to the World Series
San Diego vs Atlanta
5 - 0
October 14, 1998
Turner Field, Atlanta, GA
San Diego had another chance to reach the World Series. Scoring five runs in the 6th inning, Hoffman closed out the shutout as San Diego won their 2nd ever pennant and secured their spot back in the World Series.
1999 Regular Season
Mr. Padre's Number 3,000
San Diego vs Montreal
12 - 10
August 6, 1999
Stade Olympique, Montreal, ON
Tony Gwynn, also known as "Mr. Padre" is San Diego's greatest player of all-time and that likely won't ever change. When he hit number 3,000 and earned his place in the selective club, he gave San Diego something and someone to always hang their hat on.
2006 Regular Season
The Save Record
San Diego vs Pittsburgh
2 - 1
September 24, 2006
Petco Park, San Diego, CA
In 2006, Trevor Hoffman became the all-time career saves leader, surpassing Lee Smith for save number 479. A member of the Hall of Fame, Hoffman is a Padres legend spending 15 years with the team. He finished his career with 601 saves, a record eventually broken by the greatest ever, Mariano Rivera.