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Multiple champions: Atlanta, Cincinnati and LA Dodgers (5); NY Mets and St. Louis (4); Philadelphia (3); Florida, Pittsburgh, San Diego and San Francisco (2).

Year Winner Manager Series Loser Manager
1969 E–New York Gil Hodges 3-0 W–Atlanta Lum Harris
      
1970 W–Cincinnati Sparky Anderson 3-0 E–Pittsburgh Danny Murtaugh
1971 E–Pittsburgh Danny Murtaugh 3-1 (LWWW) W–San Francisco Charlie Fox
1972 W–Cincinnati Sparky Anderson 3-2 (LWLWW) E–Pittsburgh Bill Virdon
1973 E–New York Yogi Berra 3-2 (LWWLW) W–Cincinnati Sparky Anderson
1974 W–Los Angeles Walter Alston 3-1 (WWLW) E–Pittsburgh Danny Murtaugh
1975 W–Cincinnati Sparky Anderson 3-0 E–Pittsburgh Danny Murtaugh
1976 W–Cincinnati Sparky Anderson 3-0 E–Philadelphia Danny Ozark
1977 W–Los Angeles Tommy Lasorda 3-1 (LWWW) E–Philadelphia Danny Ozark
1978 W–Los Angeles Tommy Lasorda 3-1 (WWLW) E–Philadelphia Danny Ozark
1979 E–Pittsburgh Chuck Tanner 3-0 W–Cincinnati John McNamara
      
1980 E–Philadelphia Dallas Green 3-2 (WLLWW) W–Houston Bill Virdon
1981 W–Los Angeles Tommy Lasorda 3-2 (WLLWW) E–Montreal Jim Fanning
1982 E–St. Louis Whitey Herzog 3-0 W–Atlanta Joe Torre
1983 E–Philadelphia Paul Owens 3-1 (WLWW) W–Los Angeles Tommy Lasorda
1984 W–San Diego Dick Williams 3-2 (LLWWW) E–Chicago Jim Frey
1985 E–St. Louis Whitey Herzog 4-2 (LLWWWW) W–Los Angeles Tommy Lasorda
1986 E–New York Davey Johnson 4-2 (LWWLWW) W–Houston Hal Lanier
1987 E–St. Louis Whitey Herzog 4-3 (WLWLLWW) W–San Francisco Roger Craig
1988 W–Los Angeles Tommy Lasorda 4-3 (LWLWWLW) E–New York Davey Johnson
1989 W–San Francisco Roger Craig 4-1 (WLWWW) E–Chicago Don Zimmer
      
1990 W–Cincinnati Lou Piniella 4-2 (LWWWLW) E–Pittsburgh Jim Leyland
1991 W–Atlanta Bobby Cox 4-3 (LWWLLWW) E–Pittsburgh Jim Leyland
1992 W–Atlanta Bobby Cox 4-3 (WWLWLLW) E–Pittsburgh Jim Leyland
1993 E–Philadelphia Jim Fregosi 4-2 (WLLWWW) W–Atlanta Bobby Cox
1994 Not held     
1995 E–Atlanta Bobby Cox 4-0 C–Cincinnati Davey Johnson
1996E–AtlantaBobby Cox4-3 (WLLLWWW)C–St. LouisTony La Russa
1997WC–FloridaJim Leyland4-2 (WLWLWW)E–AtlantaBobby Cox
1998W–San DiegoBruce Bochy4-2 (WWWLLW)E–AtlantaBobby Cox
1999E–AtlantaBobby Cox4-2 (WWWLLW)WC–New YorkBobby Valentine
      
2000WC–New YorkBobby Valentine4-1 (WWLWW)C–St. LouisTony La Russa
2001W–ArizonaBob Brenly4-1 (WLWWW)E–AtlantaBobby Cox
2002WC–San FranciscoDusty Baker4-1 (WWLWW)C–St. LouisTony La Russa
2003 WC–Florida Jack McKeon 4-3 (WLLLWWW) C–Chicago Dusty Baker
2004 C–St. LouisTony La Russa 4-3 (WWLLLWW) WC–Houston Phil Garner

NLCS Most Valuable Players

Winners who did not play for NLCS champions are in bold type.

Multiple winner: Steve Garvey (2).

Year  
1977 Dusty Baker, LA, OF
1978 Steve Garvey, LA, 1B
1979 Willie Stargell, Pit., 1B
1980 Manny Trillo, Phi., 2B
1981 Burt Hooton, LA, P
1982 Darrell Porter, St.L., C
1983 Gary Matthews, Phi., OF
1984 Steve Garvey, SD, 1B
1985 Ozzie Smith, St.L., SS
1986 Mike Scott, Hou., P
1987 Jeff Leonard, SF, OF
1988 Orel Hershiser, LA, P
1989 Will Clark, SF, 1B
1990 Rob Dibble, Cin., P
 & Randy Myers, Cin., P
1991 Steve Avery, Atl., P
1992 John Smoltz, Atl., P
1993 Curt Schilling, Phi., P
1994 LCS not held.
1995 Mike Devereaux, Atl., OF
1996Javy Lopez, Atl., C
1997Livan Hernandez, Fla., P
1998Sterling Hitchcock, SD, P
1999Eddie Perez, Atl., C
2000Mike Hampton, NY, P
2001Craig Counsell, Ari., 2B
2002Benito Santiago, SF, C
2003 Ivan Rodriguez, Fla., C
2004 Albert Pujols, St.L, 1B

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