Relive four of the greatest moments in Rockies baseball history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
2007 NL Championship vs Arizona - Rocktober 21-1
2007 Tie-Breaker Game vs San Diego - Game 163
1995 Regular Season vs San Francisco - First Playoffs
1993 Regular Season vs Montreal - First At-Bat
These leatherette coasters are laser etched to reveal a vibrant silver foil. - Size: 4&amp;quot; x 4&amp;quot; x 0.15&amp;quot; per coaster - Weight: 0.15lbs (4oz) - Stitched border
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2007 NL Championship
Rockies vs Arizona
6 - 4
15 October, 2007
En route to the World Series, Colorado won 21 games and lost only once over the course of 29 days. Capturing the NL pennant, it didn't matter how the World Series would finish. This run is a moment that Rockies fans will always cherish and remember.
2007 Tie-Breaker Game
Rockies vs San Diego
9 - 8
1 October, 2007
During Rocktober, the play-in game had gone to the 13th inning. Trailing 8-7, Holliday smashed a triple that drove in Tulowitski to the tie the game. Shortly after, Carroll stepped up and popped a sacrifice fly deep into right field, giving Holliday just enough time to beat the throw at home.
1995 Regular Season
Rockies vs San Francisco
10 - 9
1 October, 1995
In only their third season, Colorado marched passed San Francisco and into their first playoffs.
1993 Regular Season
Rockies vs Montreal
11 - 4
9 April, 1993
The first ever at-bat for the Rockies saw Eric Young step up and drive a homer in Mile High.
My kids play little league baseball and they loved giving the coasters as end of season coach gifts. The coasters are well made and the packaging is nice too.
I recommend these as a gift for any baseball lover. I ordered a couple extra to have on hand.
These were a gift for my Steeler fan. He loved them!
Amazing gift for the sport fan! Great addition to the man cave.
Recipient of the gift really liked it! Very cool idea