Red Sox Greatest Plays Coasters

$50.00


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

2004 ALCS Game 4
2004 ALCS Game 4
1986 Regular Season
1975 World Series Game 6

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2004 ALCS Game 4
Ortiz at the plate
Boston vs. New York
6 - 4
October 17, 2004
Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts
After Dave Roberts' steal in the 9th, Boston and New York both went scoreless into the 12th. Cut to the bottom of the 12th. David Ortiz, the greatest clutch-hitter in the history of the Boston, steps to the plate. On the 4th pitch, Ortiz took Paul Quantrill long, hitting a 2-run walk off home run to buy Boston another game in the series. Boston went on to beat New York in 7 and then to win their first World Series in 86 years, sweeping Saint Louis in 4 games.
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2004 ALCS Game 4
The Greatest Turnaround
Boston vs. New York
6 - 4
October 17, 2004
Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts
Boston was facing a sweep in the ALCS by arch rival New York. No team had ever come back from a 0 - 3 deficit to win in 7. New York was leading by one run going in to the bottom of the ninth and infamous Mariano Rivera came in for the save. Kevin Millar stepped to the plate for Boston drew a walk, but Boston needed someone in scoring position so they sent Dave Roberts in to steal second. On the very first pitch after he came in Roberts took off running and was safe at second. Mueller later singled allowing Roberts to score, send the game into extra innings, and give Rivera one of his few blown saves.
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1986 Regular Season
20 strikeouts
Boston vs. Seattle
3 - 1
April 29, 1986
Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts
In a year where Clemens won the AL MVP, AL Cy Young, and All Star MVP, perhaps his most memorable accomplishment was setting an MLB record of 20 strikeouts in a game. He fanned Phil Bradley on three pitches for the 20th strikeout.
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1975 World Series Game 6
Fisk's HR
Boston vs. Cincinnati
7 - 6
October 21, 1975
Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts
Perhaps the most iconic home run for Boston, and one of the most iconic plays in baseball, was Carlton Fisk waving in his game-winning home run in Game 6 of the 1975 World Series. In a game that stretched to 12 innings, Carlton Fisk finally prevailed at 12:34am to send the series to 7. Fisk took the 2nd pitch of of pitcher Pat Darcy off the left field foul pole for the walk-off home run.
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