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  1. The 2006 National League Championship Series ( NLCS ), the second round of the 2006 National League playoffs, began on October 12 and ended on October 19; it was scheduled to begin on October 11, but was postponed a day because of inclement weather. The St. Louis Cardinals defeated the heavily favored New York Mets in seven games to ...

  2. 19 de out. de 2006 · 2006 NL Championship Series Series Summary St. Louis Cardinals 3 83-78 Prev Game Next Game New York Mets 1 97-65 Prev Game Thursday, October 19, 2006 Start Time: 8:20 p.m. Local Attendance: 56,357 Venue: Shea Stadium Game Duration: 3:23 Night Game, on grass View Game Recap from the SABR Game Project Logos via Sports / About logos

  3. They were: (1) New York Mets (East Division champions, 97–65) vs. (4) Los Angeles Dodgers (Wild Card, 88–74); Mets win series, 3–0. (2) San Diego Padres (West Division champions, 88–74) vs. (3) St. Louis Cardinals (Central Division champions, 83–78); Cardinals win series, 3–1.

  4. The National League Championship Series (NLCS), also known as the National League Pennant, is a best-of-seven playoff and one of two League Championship Series comprising the penultimate round of Major League Baseball's (MLB) postseason. It is contested by the winners of the two National League (NL) Division Series.

  5. NL Division Series (3-0) Mets (NLE) over Dodgers (WC) NL Division Series (3-1) Cardinals (NLC) over Padres (NLW) NL Championship Series (4-3) Cardinals over Mets. World Series (4-1) Cardinals over Tigers. AL Championship Series (4-0) Tigers over Athletics. AL Division Series (3-1) Tigers (WC) over Yankees (ALE) AL Division Series (3-0 ...

  6. 6 de set. de 2022 · WATCH: 2006 ALCS highlights. Magglio sends Tigers back to WS with Gm 4 walk-off blast. Magglio's walk-off HR the top moment in Comerica Park history. Game 1 | Tigers 5, Athletics 1. Game 2 | Tigers 8, Athletics 5. Game 3 | Tigers 3, Athletics 0. Game 4 | Tigers 6, Athletics 3.

  7. 37th edition of Major League Baseball's National League Championship Series. 2006 National League Championship Series (Q3511260) From Wikidata.