Relive four of the greatest moments in Kansas City baseball history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
2015 ALDS: Game 4 vs Houston - 8th inning rally
2015 World Series: Game 5 vs New York - Hosmer's mad dash
2015 World Series: Game 1 vs New York - 14 inning battle
2015 ALCS: Game 6 vs Toronto - Cain scores from 1st
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster
- Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz)
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2015 ALDS: Game 4
8th inning rally
Kansas City vs Houston
9 - 6
12 October, 2015
Trailing by four runs and six outs away from being eliminated from the postseason, Kansas City opened the eighth with five straight singles off relievers Will Harris and Tony Sipp, with RBI hits by Lorenzo Cain and Eric Hosmer making it 6–4 and leaving the bases loaded with no outs. Kendrys Morales followed with a hard, one-bouncer off Sipp's glove. The ball took two more hops and got past the top of Carlos Correa's mitt, rolling into center field as two runs scored to tie it at six. Alex Gordon's RBI groundout off Luke Gregerson later in the inning put Kansas City ahead. Hosmer launched a two-run homer in the ninth for insurance.
2015 World Series: Game 5
Hosmer's mad dash
Kansas City vs New York
7 - 2
1 November, 2015
After narrowly missing out on a title in 2014, the Royals took care of business in five games this time, launching another breathtaking rally to tie the Mets in the ninth inning and then disposing of them with a five-run outburst in the 12th to secure a 7-2 win in Game 5 on Sunday night at Citi Field, grabbing their first World Series championship since 1985. The Royals, down 2-0 in the ninth, began to put together their record eighth come-from-behind victory this postseason. Cain walked and stole second against Mets starter Matt Harvey, who had been virtually unhittable for eight innings. Then, Hosmer rifled a run-scoring double off the wall, and Mets manager Terry Collins went to closer Jeurys Familia, who induced a Mike Moustakas groundout that moved Hosmer to third.Then the Royals pulled off yet another one of their trademark daring plays: Salvador Perez sent a chopper to third baseman David Wright, who looked back Hosmer then threw to first to get the second out. As soon as Wright released the ball, Hosmer broke for home. A good throw to the plate by first baseman Lucas Duda likely would have ended the game with a double play, but the ball sailed wide and to the backstop and the game was tied, 2-2.
2015 World Series: Game 1
14 inning battle
Kansas City vs New York
5 - 4
27 October, 2015
A single by Mike Moustakas tied the game at three, but in the top of the eighth, Wilmer Flores reached on an fielding error by Hosmer, allowing Juan Lagares to score the go-ahead run and give the Mets a 4–3 lead. Alex Gordon tied the game for the Royals with a home run in the bottom of the ninth inning, as Jeurys Familia blew his first save in six opportunities this postseason. In the bottom of the 14th inning, Escobar reached first base on a throwing error by David Wright, and Bartolo Colón gave up a base hit to Ben Zobrist, allowing Escobar to reach third base. Hosmer hit a sacrifice fly to Granderson in right field to drive in the winning run. The game ended at 1:18 AM EDT, lasting five hours and nine minutes. The game tied the record for the longest game by innings in World Series history, shared with Game 2 in 1916 and Game 3 in 2005. The loss made Colón the oldest man ever to lose a World Series game.
2015 ALCS: Game 6
Cain scores from 1st
Kansas City vs Toronto
4 - 3
23 October, 2015
Lorenzo Cain scored the go-ahead run in the eighth inning, scoring all the way from first onEric Hosmer's single down the right-field line. When right fielder Jose Bautista's throw went to second base, Cain, who was tracked byStatcast™ at 20.694 mph, was sent home by third-base coach Mike Jirschele, and Cain easily beat shortstop Troy Tulowitzki's relay throw home. Cain went from first to home in 10.469 seconds.