Dodgers Greatest Plays Coasters

$50.00


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

2006 Regular Season
2004 Regular Season
1988 World Series Game 1
1965 Regular Season

Rest your pint on history.

Notice: No sports player, team, league, or playoff is affiliated with Points and Pints or is the source of, is responsible for, or has endorsed, sponsored, or authorized these coasters or this website.


2006 Regular Season
4 Straight HRs
Los Angeles vs. San Diego
11 - 1
September 18, 2006
Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles was down by four runs in the bottom of the ninth and they got all four back in a truly amazing way: four home runs in a row. It's a feat so rare and incredible it has only occured seven times in all of baseball history. Jeff Kent, JD Drew, Russell Martin and Marlon Anderson all hit back-to-back home runs to tie up the game. Nomar Garciaparra won the game for L.A. in the 10th with a two-run walk-off home run.
Video link

"

2004 Regular Season
Finley's Grand Slam
Los Angeles vs. San Francisco
7 - 3
October 2, 2004
Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles, CA
In the second to last game of the season Los Angeles had a chance to clinch the NL West against rival San Francisco, but they were down 3-0 going into the bottom of the ninth. In a series of spectacular hitting and base running, Los Angeles tied the score at 3 and also had the bases loaded. That's when Steve Finley came to the plate and hit a walk-off grand slam to win the game and the division crown.
Video link

"

1988 World Series Game 1
Gibson's Walk-Off HR
Los Angeles vs. Oakland
5 - 4
October 15, 1988
Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles went into the 1988 World Series as a huge underdog versus Oakland. The first game went down to the last out and the last pitch. Los Angeles was down a run with the tying run on second. Kirk Gibson was injured but came in to pinch hit and took Dennis Eckersley to a full count. Then on the last pitch of the game he hit a walk-off home run. Los Angeles went on to win the series in 5 games, netting their 5th Championship since the move to L.A.
Video link

"

1965 Regular Season
Koufax's Perfect Game
Los Angeles vs. Chicago
1 - 0
September 9, 1965
Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles, CA
It's the only perfect game in Los Angeles history, and it was thrown by one of the most celebrated pitchers in all of baseball history. Sandy Koufax threw his only perfect game against Chicago in 1965. He closed out the game in strong fashion, striking out the last six batters to face him.
Video link

Related Products