The 1977 National League Championship Series was a best-of-five matchup between the West Division champion Los Angeles Dodgers and the East Division champion Philadelphia Phillies. It was the ninth NLCS in all. The Dodgers beat the Phillies three games to one and went on to lose the 1977 World Series to the New York Yankees.
Los Angeles Dodgers beat Philadelphia Phillies (6-5). Oct 7, 1977, Attendance: 63719, Time of Game: 2:59. Visit Baseball-Reference.com for the complete box score, play-by-play, and win probability
Philadelphia Phillies Batting Los Angeles Dodgers Batting Pitching Lines and Info Other Info Starting Lineups Win Probability Chart Top 5 Plays Play by Play Links & PBP Explanation Full Site Menu 1977 National League Championship Series (NLCS) Game 1, Phillies at Dodgers, October 4 1977 NL Championship Series Series Summary Philadelphia Phillies 7
Mouse over chart for play descriptions. Baseball-Reference.com Series Win Probability - Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Philadelphia Phillies, 1977 NLCS Gm 1 Gm 2 Gm 3 Gm 4 PHI 50% LAD. Inning.
1977 NLCS: The Dodgers-Phillies Postseason Rivalry Begins Dan Flaherty MLB History, Sports History Articles The Los Angeles Dodgers and Philadelphia Phillies carried on a lively postseason rivalry, meeting three times in seven years for the National League pennant.
BR 1977 NLCS Summary Contents 1 Introduction 1.1 Umpires 2 Results 2.1 Game 1 2.2 Game 2 2.3 Game 3 2.4 Game 4 3 Further Reading 4 Related Sites 4.1 1977 Postseason Introduction [ edit] Umpires [ edit] Paul Pryor, Bob Engel, Harry Wendelstedt, Bruce Froemming, Dutch Rennert, Paul Runge Results [ edit] Game 1 [ edit] Attendance: 55,968
Although the National League began its LCS MVP award in 1977, the American League did not begin its LCS MVP award until 1980. The winners are listed in several locations: in the below NLCS results table, in the "Series MVP" column