National League Championship Series Results


Year Winner Loser Series MVP
2017 Los Angeles Dodgers 4 Chicago Cubs 1 (WWWLW) Justin Turner / Chris Taylor, 3B /CF, Los Angeles Dodgers
2016 Chicago Cubs 4 Los Angeles Dodgers 2 (WLLWWW) Jon Lester / Javier Baez, Pitch/2nd Base, Chicago Cubs
2015 New York Mets 4 Chicago Cubs* 0 (WWWW) Daniel Murphy, Second baseman, New York Mets
2014 San Francisco Giants* 4 St. Louis Cardinals 1 (WLWWW) Madison Bumgarner, Pitcher, San Francisco Giants
2013 St. Louis Cardinals 4 Los Angeles Dodgers 2 (WWLWLW) Michael Wacha, Pitcher, St. Louis Cardinals
2012 San Francisco Giants 4 St. Louis Cardinals* 3 (LWLLWWW) Marco Scutaro, Second baseman, San Francisco Giants
2011 St. Louis Cardinals* 4 Milwaukee Brewers 2 (LWWLWW) David Freese, Third baseman, St. Louis Cardinals
2010 San Francisco Giants 4 Philadelphia Phillies 2 (WLWWLW) Cody Ross, Right field, San Francisco Giants
2009 Philadelphia Phillies 4 Los Angeles Dodgers 1 (WLWWW) Ryan Howard, First baseman, Philadelphia Phillies
2008 Philadelphia Phillies 4 Los Angeles Dodgers 1 (WWLWW) Cole Hammels, Pitcher, Philadelphia Phillies
2007 Colorado Rockies* 4 Arizona Diamondbacks 0 (WWWW) Matt Holliday, Left Fielder, Colorado Rockies
2006 St. Louis Cardinals 4 New York Mets 3 (LWWLWLW) Jeff Suppan, Pitcher, St. Louis Cardinals
2005 Houston Astros* 4 St. Louis Cardinals 2 (LWWWLW) Roy Oswalt, Pitcher, Houston Astros
2004 St. Louis Cardinals 4 Houston Astros* 3 (WWLLLWW) Albert Pujols, First baseman, St. Louis Cardinals
2003 Florida Marlins* 4 Chicago Cubs 3 (WLLLWWW) Ivan Rodriguez, Catcher, Florida Marlins
2002 San Francisco Giants* 4 St. Louis Cardinals 1 (WWLWW) Benito Santiago, Catcher, San Francisco Giants
2001 Arizona Diamondbacks 4 Atlanta Braves 1 (WLWWW) Craig Counsell, Shortstop, Arizona Diamondbacks
2000 New York Mets* 4 St. Louis Cardinals 1 (WWLWW) Mike Hampton, Pitcher, New York Mets
1999 Atlanta Braves 4 New York Mets* 2 (WWWLLW) Eddie Perez, Catcher, Atlanta Braves
1998 San Diego Padres 4 Atlanta Braves 2 (WWWLLW) Sterling Hitchcock, Pitcher, San Diego Padres
1997 Florida Marlins* 4 Atlanta Braves 2 (WLWLWW) Livan Hernandez, Pitcher, Florida Marlins
1996 Atlanta Braves 4 St. Louis Cardinals 3 (WLLLWWW) Javier Lopez, Catcher, Atlanta Braves
1995 Atlanta Braves 4 Cincinnati Reds 0 (WWWW) Mike Devereaux, Center field, Atlanta Braves
1993 Philadelphia Phillies 4 Atlanta Braves 2 (WLLWWW) Curt Schilling, Pitcher, Philadelphia Phillies
1992 Atlanta Braves 4 Pittsburgh Pirates 3 (WWLWLLW) John Smoltz, Pitcher, Atlanta Braves
1991 Atlanta Braves 4 Pittsburgh Pirates 3 (LWWLLWW) Steve Avery, Pitcher, Atlanta Braves
1990 Cincinnati Reds 4 Pittsburgh Pirates 2 (LWWWLW) Rob Dibble/Randy Myers, Pitchers, Cincinnati Reds
1989 San Francisco Giants 4 Chicago Cubs 1 (WLWWW) Will Clark, First baseman, San Francisco Giants
1988 Los Angeles Dodgers 4 New York Mets 3 (LWLWWLW) Orel Hershiser, Pitcher, Los Angeles Dodgers
1987 St. Louis Cardinals 4 San Francisco Giants 3 (WLWLLWW) Jeffrey Leonard, Right fielder, San Francisco Giants
1986 New York Mets 4 Houston Astros 2 (LWWLWW) Mike Scott, Pitcher, Houston Astros
1985 St. Louis Cardinals 4 Los Angeles Dodgers 2 (LLWWWW) Ozzie Smith, Shortstop, St. Louis Cardinals
1984 San Diego Padres 3 Chicago Cubs 2 (LLWWW) Steve Garvey, First baseman, San Diego Padres
1983 Philadelphia Phillies 3 Los Angeles Dodgers 1 (WLWW) Gary Matthews, Right fielder, Philadelphia Phillies
1982 St. Louis Cardinals 3 Atlanta Braves 0 (WWW) Darrell Porter, Catcher, St. Louis Cardinals
1981 Los Angeles Dodgers 3 Montreal Expos 2 (WLLWW) Burt Hooton, Pitcher, Los Angeles Dodgers
1980 Philadelphia Phillies 3 Houston Astros 2 (WLLWW) Manny Trillo, Second baseman, Philadelphia Phillies
1979 Pittsburgh Pirates 3 Cincinnati Reds 0 (WWW) Willie Stargell, First baseman, Pittsburgh Pirates
1978 Los Angeles Dodgers 3 Philadelphia Phillies 1 (WWLW) Steve Garvey, First baseman, Los Angeles Dodgers
1977 Los Angeles Dodgers 3 Philadelphia Phillies 1 (LWWW) Dusty Baker, Left fielder, Los Angeles Dodgers
1976 Cincinnati Reds 3 Philadelphia Phillies 0 (WWW)
1975 Cincinnati Reds 3 Pittsburgh Pirates 0 (WWW)
1974 Los Angeles Dodgers 3 Pittsburgh Pirates 1 (WWLW)
1973 New York Mets 3 Cincinnati Reds 2 (LWWLW)
1972 Cincinnati Reds 3 Pittsburgh Pirates 2 (LWLWW)
1971 Pittsburgh Pirates 3 San Francisco Giants 1 (LWWW)
1970 Cincinnati Reds 3 Pittsburgh Pirates 0 (WWW)
1969 New York Mets 3 Atlanta Braves 0 (WWW)

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