Relive four of the champion first_pitches moments in Republican Presidents baseball history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
2001 World Series: Game 3, First Pitch vs Arizona - United we stand
2015 ALDS: Game 3, First Pitch vs Kansas City - The Bush's take the field
1988 Season Opener, First Pitch vs Pittsburgh - Reagan
1957 Season Opener, First Pitch vs Washington - Ike opens the season
These slate coasters are laser-etched indelibly into the stone itself. - Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster - Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz) - Natural edge
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2001 World Series: Game 3, First Pitch
United we stand
Republican Presidents vs Arizona
2 - 1
30 October, 2001
The first game in New York of the series, President Bush delivered the first pitch signaling to the nation that life will go on and united, we will stand.
2015 ALDS: Game 3, First Pitch
The Bush's take the field
Republican Presidents vs Kansas City
4 - 2
11 October, 2015
Former President George H.W. Bush takes the mound accompanied by his wife, First Lady Barbara Bush. A special moment.
1988 Season Opener, First Pitch
Republican Presidents vs Pittsburgh
9 - 10
30 September, 1988
The Gipper threw out the first pitch in a game that went extra innings.
1957 Season Opener, First Pitch
Ike opens the season
Republican Presidents vs Washington
6 - 7
15 April, 1957
Eisenhower opened the season in Washington (whose team was the Senators) against the Orioles.
Champion Bucks 2021 Plays: Leatherette Coasters (Set of 4)
Bought them as a gift for my husband. He is a huge TB Lightning fan and he loved them so much. Thank you!
These were a gift and he was over the moon when he opened them. Very unique and cool!
Really cool item that’s why I bought 3 sets. I knew you had University of Michigan but I see they are all gone. Any chances of them coming back for Christmas?