Nlcs Records

October 15, 1993

Records set or tied during the National League playoffs between the Atlanta Braves and Philadelphia Phillies:

RECORDS SET

Individual

Most consecutive NL playoffs appeared in -- 4, Sid Bream, Atlanta; previous record 3, shared by many.

Most at-bats, third baseman, career -- 129, Terry Pendleton, Atlanta.

Most games, third base, career -- 32, Terry Pendleton, Atlanta; extends own record.

Most consecutive errorless games, third base, career -- 31, Terry Pendleton, Atlanta; extends own record.

Most consecutive strikeouts, game -- 5, Curt Schilling, Philadelphia, Game 1; previous record 4, shared by many.

Most consecutive strikeouts, start of game -- 5, Curt Schilling, Philadelphia, Game 1; previous record 4, John Candelaria, Pittsburgh vs. Cincinnati, Game 3, 1975.

Most strikeouts, career -- 44, John Smoltz, Atlanta.

Most clubs started for -- 4, Danny Jackson, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Kansas City.

Most consecutive walks -- 4, Darren Daulton.

Team

Most runs, team, game -- 14, Atlanta, Game 2; previous record 13, shared by many.

Most home runs, both teams, game -- 6, Atlanta (4), Philadelphia (2), Game 2; previous record 5, shared by many.

Most runs, consecutive games -- Atlanta 23 (Game 2, 14; Game 3, 9).

Most strikeouts, series, both clubs -- 105, Atlanta (54), Philadelphia (51).

RECORDS TIED

Individual

Most triples, series -- 2, Mariano Duncan, Philadelphia.

Most wild pitches, series -- 2, Steve Avery, Atlanta.

Most errors, third baseman, game -- 2, Kim Batiste, Philadelphia.

Most one-run victories, series -- 3, Philadelphia.

Most series, third baseman -- 5, Terry Pendleton.

Most pinch-hits, series -- 3, Francisco Cabrera, Atlanta.

Most sacrifice bunts, game -- 2, Tommy Greene, Philadelphia, Greg Maddux, Atlanta.

Most hits, pitcher, game -- 2, Steve Avery, Atlanta, Game 1; shared by many.

Most intentional walks issued, game -- 3, Steve Avery, Atlanta, Game 1; shared by many.

Most intentional walks, inning -- 2, Steve Avery, Atlanta, Game 1; shared by many.

Most strikeouts, game -- 3, Jeff Blauser and Ron Gant, Atlanta, Game 1; shared by many.

Most clubs, NL playoffs -- 3, Mariano Duncan, Philadelphia (also Los Angeles and Cincinnati); shared by many.

Team

Most doubles, game, both clubs -- 8, Philadelphia (5), Atlanta (3), Game 1; ties Los Angeles (5), St. Louis (3), Game 3, 1985.

Most consecutive hits, team -- 6, Atlanta, third inning, Game 2; ties Atlanta vs. Pittsburgh, 1993.

Most hits, team, game -- 16, Atlanta, Game 2; ties Chicago vs. San Diego, Game 1, Oct. 2, 1984.

Most sacrifice bunts, both teams, game -- 4, Philadelphia (2), Atlanta (2).

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