Greatest Tigers Plays: Leatherette Coasters (Set of 4)

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

2012 ALDS: Game 5 vs Oakland - Dominant Display
1984 World Series: Game 5 vs San Diego - World Champions
2006 ALCS: Game 4 vs Oakland - Walking to the World Series
1968 Regular Season vs Oakland - McLain's 30th Win Starting Lineup

These leatherette coasters are laser-etched to reveal a vibrant silver foil.
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.15" per coaster
- Weight: 0.15lbs (4oz) per coaster
- Stitched border
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2012 ALDS: Game 5
Dominant Display
Tigers vs Oakland
6 - 0
11 October, 2012
In an elimination game, Detroit called upon the arm of Justin Verlander who delivered big time for the team. Pitching a complete shutout, Verlander was dominant throughout the game and advanced Detroit to the ALCS where they would sweep the Yankees and win the AL pennant.

1984 World Series: Game 5
World Champions
Tigers vs San Diego
8 - 4
14 October, 1984
Detroit's last World Series title came in 1984 on the back of Gibson's 8th inning three-run homer that propelled Detroit to what eventually was an insurmountable lead against San Diego. The Tigers won the series 4-1, winning the final three games.

2006 ALCS: Game 4
Walking to the World Series
Tigers vs Oakland
6 - 3
14 October, 2006
Not many moments can top a walk-off home run to send your team into the World Series. In Game 4 of the 2006 ALCS, that is exactly what Ordóñez did for the city of Detroit. In front of a home crowd, fans were treated to one of the most memorable plays in Tigers history.

1968 Regular Season
McLain's 30th Win Starting Lineup
Tigers vs Oakland
5 - 4
14 September, 1968
It had been 34 years since a pitcher had last won 30 games in one season. Since Denny McLain won 30 games for Detroit in 1968, no pitcher has came close to accomplishing the feat. 1968 is also memorable for Detroit's World Series victory but World Series are won every year - this was truly special.