Relive four of the greatest moments in Kansas City baseball history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
1985 World Series: Game 6 vs St. Louis - We go to a 7!
1992 Regular Season vs California - The 3,000 Club
2014 Wild Card Game vs Oakland - A Wild Game
2015 World Series: Game 5 vs New York - Champions Again
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1985 World Series: Game 6
We go to a 7!
Kansas City vs St. Louis
2 - 1
October 26, 1985
Royals Stadium, Kansas City, MO
Game 6 facing elimination in the bottom of the 9th. Kansas City was able to load up the bases and Iorg hit a looping single to right field driving in not only the tying run, but also a second winning run. Kansas City would dominate Game 7 in anti-climatic fashion, winning their first World Series.
1992 Regular Season
The 3,000 Club
Kansas City vs California
4 - 0
September 30, 1992
Anaheim Stadium, Anaheim, CA
George Brett, Kansas City's greatest ever player. Playing his entire career with the team, he led KC to a World Series and many notable wins. When he earned his place in the 3,000 club he established himself as not only a KC great, but a baseball great.
2014 Wild Card Game
A Wild Game
Kansas City vs Oakland
9 - 8
September 30, 2014
Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City, MO
Trailing 7-3 in the 8th, it seemed KC had no chance of winning. As fate would have it, the game was tied in the 9th and then, having given up a run in the top of the 12th, scored twice in the bottom to advance to the ALDS and spark a run that led all the way to the World Series. It was magical.
2015 World Series: Game 5
Kansas City vs New York
7 - 2
November 1, 2015
Citi Field, New York, NY
Having lost out in 2014, Kansas City was back in the World Series once again. The game was full of highlights including Hosmer's dash to home plate. Crushing 5 runs in the 12th inning was spectacular and after the final pitch caught the batter looking, it was over. Kansas City were world champions.