Relive one of the greatest moments in Indians baseball history with this filter-ready face mask:
2001 Regular Season
12 Run Rally
Indians vs Seattle
15 - 14
5 August, 2001
On a lazy summer evening, the star-studded Indians were having their hats handed to them by the rampaging Mariners (on their way to 116 wins) in front of another sellout crowd at Jacobs Field, not to mention a nationally televised ESPN audience. In the third inning, the Tribe already were trailing, 12-0?and when they dared to make a peep on offense, scoring twice in the fourth, the Mariners answered back with two more in the fifth to make it 14-2. After the seventh-inning stretch?in which most of those in their seats stood up, stretched and left the ballpark, believing the game was beyond repair?the Indians came to life. They picked up three runs in the seventh. An inning later, they scored four more. Still down by five going into the bottom of the ninth, the Indians still felt the momentum, even after the Mariners retired two of the first three batters; the next five Indians reached, the last when Omar Vizquel hit a bases-loaded triple to tie the game. After threatening in the tenth without scoring, the Indians reached final paydirt in the 11th when Jolbert Cabrera struck the inning?s third straight single with one out to bring home Kenny Lofton and complete a major league record-tying 12-run comeback.
This All-Over Print Face Mask is made of two soft layers of polyester and has a pocket for a filter for better protection. The adjustable nose wire and elastic bands ensure a good fit. - 100% supersoft polyester microfiber - Fabric weight: 2.4–2.5 oz/yd² (80–85 g/m²) - Elastic bands with PVC earloop size regulators - Adjustable nose wire - Pocket for a filter - Washable and reusable - CPSIA compliant
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