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

Current members

Division Lineups

1969-1992

Lineup for 1969-1992

  • Chicago Cubs
  • Montreal Expos
  • New York Mets
  • Philadelphia Phillies
  • Pittsburgh Pirates
  • St. Louis Cardinals

Changes from 1968

  • Creation of division due to 1969 expansion

1993

Lineup for 1993

  • Chicago Cubs
  • Florida Marlins
  • Montreal Expos
  • New York Mets
  • Philadelphia Phillies
  • Pittsburgh Pirates
  • St. Louis Cardinals

Changes from 1992

  • The Florida Marlins were added in the 1993 expansion

1994-2004

Lineup for 1994-2004

  • Atlanta Braves
  • Florida Marlins
  • Montreal Expos
  • New York Mets
  • Philadelphia Phillies

Changes from 1993

  • The Chicago Cubs, Pittsburgh Pirates, and St. Louis Cardinals moved into the newly created NL Central division due to the 1994 MLB realignment
  • The Atlanta Braves moved in from the NL West

2005-2011

Lineup for 2005-2011

  • Atlanta Braves
  • Florida Marlins
  • New York Mets
  • Philadelphia Phillies
  • Washington Nationals

Changes from 2004

  • The Montreal Expos became the Washington Nationals

2012-Present

Current Lineup

  • Atlanta Braves
  • Miami Marlins
  • New York Mets
  • Philadelphia Phillies
  • Washington Nationals

Changes from 2011

  • The Florida Marlins became the Miami Marlins

NL East champions by year

* - Won World Series

Wildcard winners produced

* - Won World Series

Trivia

In the 2005 season, the Washington Nationals finished last in the NL East with a record of 81 wins and 81 losses. As a result, the 2005 NL East became the first division of baseball's Wild Card era in which no team finished with a losing record (The 1991 AL West was the first ever, before the wild card was implemented).

See also

Reference