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  1. 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.

  2. 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 ...

  3. 1989 National League Championship Series Game 3 Box Score on Baseball Almanac. Baseball Almanac. History All-Star Game; A.L.C.S. & N.L.C ... October 7, 1989 Box Score

  4. Background. The 1980 National League pennant race was one of the most exciting races in baseball history, as both divisions came down to the final weekend. The NL East race featured the Pirates, the defending World Series Champions; the Phillies, who were hovering just over a .500 winning percentage and in third place until the middle of August; and the Expos, who were leading the division or ...

  5. 1989. National League. Team Statistics. Previous Season Next Season. Other Leagues: Major Leagues, AL. Pennant Winner: San Francisco Giants. NL Most Valuable Player: Kevin Mitchell. NL Cy Young: Mark Davis. NL Rookie of the Year: Jerome Walton.

  6. NLCS. 1984 →. 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 .

  7. The 1989 National League Championship Series was played between the National League West champion San Francisco Giants and the National League East champion Chicago Cubs. The Giants won the series four games to one, en route to losing to the Oakland Athletics in four games in the 1989 World Series.