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  1. The 1983 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 15th NLCS in all. The Phillies beat the Dodgers, three games to one, and would go on to lose the World Series to the Baltimore Orioles.

  2. Philadelphia Phillies. over. Los Angeles Dodgers. (3-1) 1982 NLCS 1984 NLCS. Dates: October 4 - 8, 1983. WS MVP: Rick Dempsey. NLCS MVP: Gary Matthews. ALCS MVP: Mike Boddicker.

  3. Philadelphia Phillies beat Los Angeles Dodgers (1-0). Oct 4, 1983, Attendance: 49963, Time of Game: 2:17. Visit Baseball-Reference.com for the complete box score, play-by-play, and win probability.

  4. The 1983 Philadelphia Phillies season included the Phillies winning the National League East title with a record of 90–72, by a margin of six games over the Pittsburgh Pirates. They defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers, three games to one in the NLCS, before losing the World Series to the Baltimore Orioles, four games to one.

  5. thesportsnotebook.com › 1983-nlcs-sports-historyThe Story Of The 1983 NLCS

    The Story Of The 1983 NLCS. 1983 NLCS: Another Phillies-Dodgers Showdown. Dan Flaherty MLB History, Sports History Articles. The National League Championship Series was becoming old hat for the Philadelphia Phillies and Los Angeles Dodgers. They had already played in 1977 and 1978.

  6. NLCS. 1985 →. The 1984 National League Championship Series was played between the San Diego Padres and the Chicago Cubs from October 2 to 7. San Diego won the series three games to two to advance to the World Series. It was the first postseason series ever for the Padres since the franchise's beginning in 1969, and the first ...

  7. The winner of the NLCS wins the NL pennant and advances to the World Series, MLB's championship series, to play the winner of the American League 's (AL) Championship Series. The NLCS began in 1969 as a best-of-five playoff and used this format until 1985, when it changed to a best-of-seven format.