Relive four of the greatest moments in Rays baseball history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
2020 World Series: Game 4 vs Los Angeles - Wild Walk-Off
2008 ALCS: Game 7 vs Boston - Winning the Pennant
2010 Regular Season vs Detroit - The First No-No
1999 Regular Season vs Cleveland - 3,000 Hit Club
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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2020 World Series: Game 4
Rays vs Los Angeles
8 - 7
24 October, 2020
In a wild ending to Game 4, a combination of errors led to a two-run RBI walk off win from Phillips allowing the Rays to tie the series at 2-2.
2008 ALCS: Game 7
Winning the Pennant
Rays vs Boston
3 - 1
19 October, 2008
Game 7 of the ALCS, Tampa Bay booked their ticket to the World Series. Winning their first pennant in franchise history, Garza pitched tremendously throughout the game and handed the reins over to young ace Price to finish it off.
2010 Regular Season
The First No-No
Rays vs Detroit
5 - 0
26 July, 2010
99.936% of the time, a no-hitter will not occur in an MLB game. What fans were able to witness at The Trop in 2010 was something special. Since the franchise began in 1998, Garza still remains the only Tampa Bay ace to pitch a no-hitter.
1999 Regular Season
3,000 Hit Club
Rays vs Cleveland
15 - 10
7 August, 1999
While Wade Boggs may not be most closely associated with the Devil Rays, he is a Tampa Bay boy. Growing up in TB, he arrived at the franchise and was their star for the franchise's first two years of existence. Seeing Boggs hit a homerun for his 3,000th hit is something fans will always remember.
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!