Greatest Reds Plays Coasters

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Relive four of the greatest moments in Cincinnati baseball history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
1976 World Series: Game 4 vs New York - Back-to-Back Champs
1985 Regular Season vs San Diego - The Hit King
1990 World Series: Game 4 vs Oakland - An Underdog Sweep
2010 Regular Season vs Houston - Walk-Off Clincher

Rest your pint on history.
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1976 World Series: Game 4
Back-to-Back Champs
Cincinnati vs New York
7 - 2
October 21, 1976
Yankee Stadium, New York, NY
It isn't easy to repeat as champions. In fact, only 16 teams have ever repeated in the long history of professional baseball. The '75 and '76 Cincinnati teams were some of the most talented top-to-bottom teams ever. While the '75 win was amazing, winning in '76 created a legacy in history forever.
1985 Regular Season
The Hit King
Cincinnati vs San Diego
2 - 0
September 11, 1985
Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati, OH
Pete Rose is baseball's greatest hitter ever and that will not change anytime soon. On September 11, 1985 in front of a packed Riverfront Stadium, Rose became the hit king surpassing Ty Cobb. Rose finished his career with 4,256 hits.
1990 World Series: Game 4
An Underdog Sweep
Cincinnati vs Oakland
2 - 1
October 20, 1990
Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, CA
Oakland were the defending champions and heavily favored against Cincinnati in the World Series. Cincinnati surprised everyone by not only winning - but defeating Oakland in 4 straight games completing a World Series sweep that was highly unexpected. This was Cincinnati's last World Series title.
2010 Regular Season
Walk-Off Clincher
Cincinnati vs Houston
3 - 2
September 28, 2010
Great American Ball Park, Cincinnati, OH
As Bruce approached the batter's box, there was certainly pressure on his bat. Cincinnati hadn't been to the playoffs in 15 years. He only needed to see one pitch and that was it. Bruce knocked one deep into center field for the game-winning and division clinching walk-off.