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  1. Glen Rotchin: Halbman Steals Home, pp. 40-41. The 1981 National League Championship Series opposed the Los Angeles Dodgers, managed by Tommy Lasorda, to the Montreal Expos, managed by Jim Fanning. The two teams had reached this stage not by winning their division, but by winning a first round of playoffs - the Division Series.

  2. The 1987 National League Championship Series took place between October 6 and 14 at Busch Memorial Stadium (Games 1, 2, 6, and 7) and Candlestick Park (Games 3, 4, and 5). It matched the East division champion St. Louis Cardinals (95–67) against the West division champion San Francisco Giants (90–72), with the Cardinals winning in seven games.

  3. Die National League Championship Series wurde 1969 ins Leben gerufen, nachdem die National League in zwei Divisionen, East und West, unterteilt wurde. Es handelte sich um einen Best-of-Five-Serie, deren Sieger in die World Series einzog. 1985 wurde die Serie zu einer Best-of-Seven erweitert. 1994 wurde die National League erneut umstrukturiert und in drei Divisionen aufgeteilt (East, Central ...

  4. The 1985 National League Championship Series was played between the St. Louis Cardinals and Los Angeles Dodgers from October 9–16. It was the 17th NLCS and the first played under the new best-of-seven format. In previous years, the NLCS had been settled by a best-of-five format. This series is best known for Ozzie Smith 's dramatic walk-off ...

  5. 1982 →. The 1981 National League Championship Series was a best-of-five series to end the 1981 National League season. It was the 13th NLCS in all. The series featured the first-half West Division champion Los Angeles Dodgers and the second-half East Division champion Montreal Expos. The Dodgers won the series three games to two over the ...

  6. MLB Postseason 2023: Find all the details about this year's Major League Baseball Postseason! Find playoff schedules for the Wild Card Series, American League Division Series, National League Division Series, American League Championship Series, National League Championship Series, and World Series, and find out where to watch them or buy playoff tickets.