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In 1994, Major League Baseball restructured the National League into three divisions. This resulted in a change of format for the playoffs, and the introduction of a new round, prior to the National League Championship Series. In this round, the National League Divisional Series (NLDS), the three division winners and a wild-card team compete in two best-of-five series. The winners then advance to the best-of-seven NLCS.

YearWinnerLoserWinsLosses
1995 Atlanta Braves Colorado Rockies 3 1
Cincinnati Reds Los Angeles Dodgers 3 0
1996 Atlanta Braves Los Angeles Dodgers 3 0
St. Louis Cardinals San Diego Padres 3 0
1997 Atlanta Braves Houston Astros 3 0
Florida Marlins San Francisco Giants 3 0
1998 Atlanta Braves Chicago Cubs 3 0
San Diego Padres Houston Astros 3 1
1999 Atlanta Braves Houston Astros 3 1
New York Mets Arizona Diamondbacks 3 1
2000 St. Louis Cardinals Atlanta Braves3 0
New York Mets San Francisco Giants 3 1
2001Atlanta BravesHouston Astros30
Arizona DiamondbacksSt. Louis Cardinals 3 2
2002St. Louis CardinalsArizona Diamondbacks30
San Francisco GiantsAtlanta Braves 3 2

See also : Baseball



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