Greatest Red Sox Vintage Plays - Slate Coasters (Set of 4)

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

1975 World Series Game 6 vs Cincinnati - Fisk's HR
1967 Final Game of Regular Season vs Minnesota - Yaz 4-4, MVP, and AL Triple Crown
1986 Regular Season vs Seattle - 20 strikeouts
1988 Regular Season vs Detroit - Morgan's Magic - 24 Straight Home W's

These slate coasters are laser-etched indelibly into the stone itself.
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster
- Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz)
- Natural edge
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1975 World Series Game 6
Fisk's HR
Boston vs Cincinnati
7 - 6
21 August, 1975
Perhaps the most iconic home run for Boston, and one of the most iconic plays in baseball, was Carlton Fisk waving in his game-winning home run in Game 6 of the 1975 World Series. In a game that stretched to 12 innings, Carlton Fisk finally prevailed at 12:34am to send the series to 7. Fisk took the 2nd pitch of of pitcher Pat Darcy off the left field foul pole for the walk-off home run.

1967 Final Game of Regular Season
Yaz 4-4, MVP, and AL Triple Crown
Boston vs Minnesota
5 - 3
1 October, 1967
The 1967 season came down to the final game with three teams battling for the AL pennant and the right to play in the World Series. Boston would ride the bat of HoF'er Carl Yastrzemski as he went 4-4 with two RBI's to victory. Yaz cemented his legendary status this year winning the MVP and AL Triple Crown

1986 Regular Season
20 strikeouts
Boston vs Seattle
3 - 1
29 April, 1986
In a year where Clemens won the AL MVP, AL Cy Young, and All Star MVP, perhaps his most memorable accomplishment was setting an MLB record of 20 strikeouts in a game. He fanned Phil Bradley on three pitches for the 20th strikeout.

1988 Regular Season
Morgan's Magic - 24 Straight Home W's
Boston vs Detroit
14 - 4
13 August, 1988
After a rough start and the firing of a manager, Joe Morgan took over at the break and led Boston through a great second half of the season. Helped by a 24 home game win streak, one of the longest in MLB history, Boston surged from 9 gb to leading the division by 4.5 games only 60 days after Morgan's hiring.