- 2001 National League Championship Series
year = 2001
champion_games = 92-70, .568, GA: 2
runnerup_games = 88-74, .543, GA: 2
October 16– October 21
television = FOX
Joe Buckand Tim McCarver(Game 1-2) Thom Brennamanand Steve Lyons (Game 3-5)
radio_network = ESPN Radio
Jerry Crawford, Jeff Kellogg, Angel Hernandez, Mike Reilly, Gerry Davis, Tim McClelland
Atlanta Bravesover Houston Astros(3-0)
Arizona Diamondbacksover St. Louis Cardinals(3-2)The by|2001 National League Championship Seriessaw the Arizona Diamondbacksdefeat the Atlanta Bravesin five games to win the National Leaguepennant in only the franchise's fourth year of existence. The Diamondbacks would go on to defeat the New York Yankeesin seven games to win the World Series.
The Diamondbacks won their division with a 92-70 record. The strength of their team was clearly the pitching duo of
Randy Johnsonand Curt Schilling. The primary weapon for Arizona on offense was Luis Gonzalez, who belted 57 home runs during the season. The Diamondbacks had outlasted the St. Louis Cardinalsin the NLDS to reach their first NLCS.
The Atlanta Braves won their tenth straight division title, but it had not been by a wide margin in by|2001. They struggled to an 88-74 record, their worst since by|1990.
Greg Madduxhad another big season for the Braves, winning 17 games. Chipper Joneswas the leader of the Atlanta offense, batting .330 during the season to go along with his 38 home runs. After their embarrassing defeat to the St. Louis Cardinalsin the 2000 NLDS, the underdog Braves blitzed the Houston Astrosin the 2001 NLDS, sweeping them in three games.
Atlanta Braves vs. Arizona Diamondbacks
Arizona wins the series, 4-1
October 16, 2001at Bank One Ballpark in Phoenix, ArizonaLinescore
Randy Johnson(1-0)|LP= Greg Maddux(0-1)|SV=|
The 2001 NLCS began with an excellent pitching matchup of multiple-
Cy Young Awardwinners Randy Johnsonand Greg Maddux. Reggie Sandersplated a run in the first with a single to give Arizona a 1-0 lead. Meanwhile, Johnson dominated the Braves lineup. The Diamondbacks went ahead 2-0 after Luis Gonzalez laced an RBI double in the fifth. Maddux would go seven innings, only surrendering two runs, but he would be clearly outdueled by Johnson, who pitched a complete game three-hit shutout with 11 strikeouts.
October 17, 2001at Bank One Ballpark in Phoenix, ArizonaLinescore
Tom Glavine(1-0)|LP= Miguel Batista(0-1)|SV=
Marcus Giles(1), B.J. Surhoff(1), Javy López(1)|HomeHR=|
The Braves responded to Johnson's dominating performance with one of their own from
Tom Glavine. Marcus Gilesled the game off with a solo home run for the Braves off Miguel Batista. Glavine went seven innings, scattering five hits and giving up one run. The game was tied 1-1 going into the seventh, but Javy Lópezhit a two-run homer to make it 3-1 Braves. Atlanta scored five runs in the eighth to break the game open. Brian Jordandrove in two of the runs with a double and B.J. Surhoffhad another Braves home run. The 8-1 win evened the series at a game apiece.
October 19, 2001at Turner Fieldin Atlanta, GeorgiaLinescore
Curt Schilling(1-0)|LP= John Burkett(0-1)|SV=| Curt Schilling, who earned an MVP award in the 1993 NLCSagainst the Braves, got the start in Game 3 in Atlanta. Braves starter John Burkettgave up two runs in the third when Steve Finleydoubled. That would be all Schilling would need, as he, much like Johnson, controlled the Braves lineup. Atlanta got a run in the fourth, but a Chipper Joneserror at third base helped Arizona score three more runs in the fifth and knock out Burkett. Ahead 5-1, Schilling cruised the rest of the way, tossing a complete game and striking out 12 men.
October 20, 2001at Turner Fieldin Atlanta, GeorgiaLinescore
WP=Brian Anderson (1-0)|LP=
Greg Maddux(0-2)|SV= Byung-Hyun Kim(1)
RoadHR=Luis Gonzalez (1)|HomeHR=
Looking to tie the series,
Bobby Coxstarted Greg Madduxon short rest. For two innings, the move appeared to work. The Braves took a 2-0 lead on Diamondback starter Albie Lopezwith an RBI double by Chipper Jonesand a solo homer by Andruw Jones. However, the wheels came off for Atlanta in the third when they committed three errors and Maddux gave up four hits. When the smoke cleared, it was 4-2 Arizona. Manager Bob Brenlywent for the jugular in the fourth, pinch hitting for Lopez to lead off the inning. The Diamondbacks connected for three straight hits, the big blow coming when Craig Counsellhit a two-run double to left to make it 6-2. Brian Anderson, who picked up the win, pitched 3 1/3. In the ninth, Arizona piled it on, scoring four more unearned runs, three of them coming on a Luis Gonzalez homer. The win put Arizona firmly in control of the series, ahead three games to one with a rested Randy Johnsonset to pitch.
October 21, 2001at Turner Fieldin Atlanta, GeorgiaLinescore
Randy Johnson(2-0)|LP= Tom Glavine(1-1)|SV= Byung-Hyun Kim(2)
Erubiel Durazo(1)|HomeHR= Julio Franco(1)|
Game 1 winner
Randy Johnsonand Game 2 winner Tom Glavinefaced off as Arizona looked to advance to their first ever World Seriesappearance. Former Brave Danny Bautistabroke a scoreless tie in the fourth by singling home Mark Grace. The Braves promply tied the game when veteran Julio Francoled off the fourth with a home run, the first run Johnson had allowed the whole series. However, Arizona answered right back in the top of the fifth when Erubiel Durazohit a two-out two-run blast off Glavine to make it 3-1 Diamondbacks. In the seventh, Franco added another RBI with a single that made it 3-2. But, Byung-Hyun Kimcame into the game and kept the Braves from getting any closer. He pitched two scoreless innings and Arizona won its first National Leaguepennant.
2001 NLCS (4-1):
Arizona Diamondbacksover Atlanta BravesLinescore
| Total Attendance: 206,630 Average Attendance: 41,326
Quotes of the Series
*cquote|"In the air, left centerfield...and the Arizona Diamondbacks become the fastest expansion franchise to reach the World Series! In just their fourth year, they will move on the Fall Classic." -
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