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The National League East Division is one of Major League Baseball's six divisions.

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Divisional membership

Current members

Division lineups

Time period Lineup Changes from previous setup
1969-1992 Chicago Cubs, Montreal Expos, New York Mets, Philadelphia Phillies, Pittsburgh Pirates, St. Louis Cardinals Creation of division due to 1969 expansion
1993 Chicago Cubs, Florida Marlins, Montreal Expos, New York Mets, Philadelphia Phillies, Pittsburgh Pirates, St. Louis Cardinals Florida Marlins added in 1993 expansion
1994-2004 Atlanta Braves, Florida Marlins, Montreal Expos, New York Mets, Philadelphia Phillies Atlanta Braves moved in from the NL West Division; Chicago Cubs, Pittsburgh Pirates and St. Louis Cardinals moved into newly-created NL Central Division
2005-present Atlanta Braves, Florida Marlins, New York Mets, Philadelphia Phillies, Washington Nationals Montreal Expos relocated to Washington, D.C., becoming the Washington Nationals

NL East champions by year

Year Winner Record % Playoffs
1969 New York Mets 100-62 .617 Won World Series over Baltimore, 4-1
1970 Pittsburgh Pirates 89-73 .549 Lost NLCS to Cincinnati, 3-0
1971 Pittsburgh Pirates 97-65 .599 Won World Series over Baltimore, 4-3
1972 Pittsburgh Pirates 96-59 .619 Lost NLCS to Cincinnati, 3-2
1973 New York Mets 82-79 .509 Lost World Series to Oakland, 4-3
1974 Pittsburgh Pirates 88-74 .543 Lost NLCS to Los Angeles, 3-1
1975 Pittsburgh Pirates 92-69 .571 Lost NLCS to Cincinnati, 3-0
1976 Philadelphia Phillies 101-61 .623 Lost NLCS to Cincinnati, 3-0
1977 Philadelphia Phillies 101-61 .623 Lost NLCS to Los Angeles, 3-1
1978 Philadelphia Phillies 90-72 .556 Lost NLCS to Los Angeles, 3-1
1979 Pittsburgh Pirates 98-64 .605 Won World Series over Baltimore, 4-3
1980 Philadelphia Phillies 91-71 .562 Won World Series over Kansas City, 4-2
1981 Montreal Expos 60-48 .556 Lost NLCS to Los Angeles, 3-2
1982 St. Louis Cardinals 92-70 .570 Won World Series over Milwaukee, 4-3
1983 Philadelphia Phillies 90-72 .556 Lost World Series to Baltimore, 4-1
1984 Chicago Cubs 96-65 .596 Lost NLCS to San Diego, 3-2
1985 St. Louis Cardinals 101-61 .623 Lost World Series to Kansas City, 4-3
1986 New York Mets 108-54 .667 Won World Series over Boston, 4-3
1987 St. Louis Cardinals 95-67 .586 Lost World Series to Minnesota, 4-3
1988 New York Mets 100-60 .625 Lost NLCS to Los Angeles, 4-3
1989 Chicago Cubs 93-69 .574 Lost NLCS to San Francisco, 4-1
1990 Pittsburgh Pirates 95-67 .586 Lost NLCS to Cincinnati, 4-2
1991 Pittsburgh Pirates 98-64 .605 Lost NLCS to Atlanta, 4-3
1992 Pittsburgh Pirates 96-66 .593 Lost NLCS to Atlanta, 4-3
1993 Philadelphia Phillies 97-65 .599 Lost World Series to Toronto, 4-2
1994 (through August 11) Montreal Expos§ 74-40 .649 No Playoffs
1995 (starting April 25, 144 G) Atlanta Braves 90-54 .625 Won World Series over Cleveland, 4-2
1996 Atlanta Braves 96-66 .593 Lost World Series to New York, 4-2
1997 Atlanta Braves 101-61 .623 Lost NLCS to Florida, 4-2
1998 Atlanta Braves 106-56 .654 Lost NLCS to San Diego, 4-2
1999 Atlanta Braves 103-59 .636 Lost World Series to New York, 4-0
2000 Atlanta Braves 95-67 .586 Lost NLDS to St. Louis, 3-0
2001 Atlanta Braves 88-74 .543 Lost NLCS to Arizona, 4-1
2002 Atlanta Braves 101-59 .631 Lost NLDS to San Francisco, 3-2
2003 Atlanta Braves 101-61 .623 Lost NLDS to Chicago, 3-2
2004 Atlanta Braves 96-66 .593 Lost NLDS to Houston, 3-2
2005 Atlanta Braves 90-72 .556 Lost NLDS to Houston, 3-1
2006 New York Mets 97-65 .599 Lost NLCS to St. Louis, 4-3
2007 Philadelphia Phillies 89-73 .549 Lost NLDS to Colorado, 3-0
2008 Philadelphia Phillies 92-70 .568 Won World Series over Tampa Bay, 4-1
2009 Philadelphia Phillies 93-69 .574 Lost World Series to New York, 4-2

† - Due to the player's strike, the season was split. Montreal won the second half and defeated first-half champion Philadelphia (59-48) in the postseason.
§ - Due to the players' strike starting August 12, no official winner was awarded. Montreal was leading at the strike.

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Most Division Titles

Rank Team Titles Year(s)
1 Atlanta Braves 11 1995-2005
2 Philadelphia Phillies 9 1976-78, 1980, 1983, 1993, 2007-09
2 Pittsburgh Pirates* 9 1970-72, 1974-75, 1979, 1990-92
4 New York Mets 5 1969, 1973, 1986, 1988, 2006
5 St. Louis Cardinals* 3 1982, 1985, 1987
6 Chicago Cubs* 2 1984, 1989

* - Left division in 1993

Wildcard winners produced

See List of National League Wild Card winners (since 1994)
Year Winner Record % GB Playoffs
1997 Florida Marlins 92-70 .568 9 Won World Series over Cleveland, 4-3
1999 New York Mets* 97-66 .595 6.5 Lost NLCS to Atlanta, 4-2
2000 New York Mets 94-68 .580 1 Lost World Series to New York, 4-1
2003 Florida Marlins 91-71 .562 10 Won World Series over New York, 4-2

§ - Due to the players' strike, no official wild card winner was awarded. Atlanta was leading the wild card at the strike.
* - Defeated the Cincinnati Reds in a One-Game Playoff for the Wild Card, 5-0.

See also

References


Simple English

The National League East is a division in the MLB. There are five teams in the division: the Philadelphia Phillies, New York Mets, Florida Marlins, Atlanta Braves and the Washington Nationals. In 2007, 2008, and 2009, the Phillies won the division; they also won the 2008 World Series. Currently, the Mets and the Phillies are at the top of the NLE. The NLE is known as one of the most tough divisions in the MLB. All of the teams are on the east coast of the U.S.



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