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The 2012 National League Championship Series pitted the winners of the previous two World Series, the St. Louis Cardinals, defending 2011 champions, against the San Francisco Giants, winners of the big prize in 2010. The two teams had met only once before in the postseason, in the 1987 NLCS, when the series went the distance with St. Louis prevailing over the Giants. The Giants would win this Series, 4 games to 3, after falling behind 3 games to 1. Marco Scútaro was named NLCS MVP, hitting .500 and scoring six runs.

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September 22: Today's featured birthday is that of Tom Wright, who turns 93.
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  • 1911 - Cy Young wins his 511th - and last - game in the major leagues, beating the Pirates, 1-0.
  • 1912 - Eddie Collins (pictured) steals six bases in a game for the second time this month. No one else has had two six-steal games during a MLB career, let alone a month.
  • 1954 - Karl Spooner sets a record by striking out 15 batters in his major league debut.
  • 1968 - Cesar Tovar plays all nine positions during a game for the Twins. He is the second player in MLB history to perform the feat.
  • 2003 - The Tigers lose their 118th game, setting a new American League record. The rebuilding Tigers will make it to the World Series just three years later.


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