Relive four of the greatest moments in Blue Jays history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
1992 World Series: Game 6 vs Atlanta - First World Series
1993 World Series: Game 6 vs Philadelphia - Touch 'em all, Joe
2003 Regular Season vs Tampa Bay - Delgado's 4-HR Game
2015 ALDS: Game 5 vs Texas - Bautista's Bat Flip
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
1992 World Series: Game 6
First World Series
Toronto vs Atlanta
4 - 3
24 October, 1992
Toronto had a chance to win their first World Series and were holding on to a 1 run read in the bottom of the 11th. Otis Nixon was brought in to pinch hit with the tying run already on base. Fortunately for Toronto Joe Carter had roomed with Nixon before and knew he was likely to bunt. Carter told pitcher Mike Timlin to be ready. Timlin was and when Nixon bunted, Timlin easily fielded it and tossed it to Joe for the last out in the Series.
1993 World Series: Game 6
Touch 'em all, Joe
Toronto vs Philadelphia
8 - 6
23 October, 1993
Arguably the best moment in Toronto history happened in 1993 in Game 6 of the World Series. Toronto was down a run in the 9th to Philadelphia with 2 outs already recorded. Paul Molitor and Rickey Henderson were the tying runs on base. Joe Carter stepped up to face Mitch Williams, a pitcher he had never gotten a hit off of before. Carter took the count to 2-2 and then slammed the next pitch down the left field line. The walk-off home-run won the World Series, only the second time ever a World Series has been won by a walk-off. The moment was immortalized with Tom Cheek's call of "Touch 'em all Joe!"
2003 Regular Season
Delgado's 4-HR Game
Toronto vs Tampa Bay
10 - 8
25 September, 2003
In 2003 only 14 players had ever hit 4 homeruns in one game, with names like Willie Mays and Lou Gehrig filling out the short list. On September 25th, 2003 against Tampa Bay, Carlos Delgado joined that exclusive club. His fourth homer of the game was a shot into right center that went so high it bounced off the glass of the club house.
2015 ALDS: Game 5
Bautista's Bat Flip
Toronto vs Texas
6 - 3
14 October, 2015
What an iconic moment in Toronto sports history. Anyone who watches Toronto baseball knows this play. Not only did a legendary Blue Jay, Jose Bautista, essentially clinch the ALDS series with his homerun, but his reaction and the infamous bat flip will live forever in the memories of fans.