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  1. On July 5, 1989, Barry Bonds hit a home run in a losing effort versus the San Francisco Giants. Bobby Bonds and and son Barry now had a combined four-hunded eight home runs to beat the record of four-hundred seven held by the Bell and Berra families. Baseball history in 1989 National League by Baseball Almanac - a walk through the 1989 National ...

  2. 1989 National League Championship Series: With Tom Seaver, Matt Williams, Mark Grace, Don Zimmer.

  3. 1990 →. The 1989 World Series was the championship series of Major League Baseball 's (MLB) 1989 season. The 86th edition of the World Series, it was a best-of-seven playoff played between the American League (AL) champion Oakland Athletics and the National League (NL) champion San Francisco Giants. The Series ran from October 14 through ...

  4. In the 1989 National League Championship Series, he batted .364 with eight hits as the Cubs lost in five games. He played three further seasons with the Cubs for a combined 254 games, where he batted as high as .263 in 1990 and as low as .127 in 1992.

  5. The 1990 National League Championship Series was played between the Cincinnati Reds (91–71) and the Pittsburgh Pirates (95–67). It was the first playoff appearance for both teams since 1979 and the fifth NLCS meeting overall with Cincinnati winning the pennant over Pittsburgh in 1970 , 1972 , and 1975 while Pittsburgh won over Cincinnati in 1979 .

  6. 19 de out. de 2020 · Postseason History: League Championship Series. 1969: The first major change to MLB's postseason structure, the best-of-five League Championship Series was established after the AL and NL each split into two divisions and pitted the respective leagues' East and West winners. 1985: The LCS was expanded to a best-of-seven series.

  7. 1989. National League. Team Statistics. Previous Season Next Season. Other Leagues: Major Leagues, Pennant Winner: San Francisco Giants. NL Rookie of the Year: On this page: Postseason.