Memorable NLDS Moments
Padres-Astros, Game 1
In one of the most dominating performances in postseason history, Kevin Brown struck out 16 batters in eight scoreless innings to outduel Randy Johnson.
Mets-Diamondbacks, Game 4
Backup catcher Todd Pratt, a former pizza delivery driver, hit a series-clinching home run that barely eluded the glove of center fielder Steve Finley.
Jim Edmonds ended the Braves' Division Series dominance by hitting .571 with two homers, four doubles and seven RBIs in the Cardinals' three-game sweep.
Cardinals-Diamondbacks, Game 5
Moments after failing to get down a suicide squeeze with two outs in the bottom of the ninth, Tony Womack delivered a series-clinching RBI single.
Marlins-Giants, Game 4
Ivan Rodriguez hung onto the ball as J.T. Snow barreled over him, marking the first time a postseason series ended with the potential tying run thrown out at the plate.
Braves-Astros, Game 4
Chris Burke hit one of the most dramatic home runs in postseason history and ended an 18-inning thriller that featured 14 pitchers. Roger Clemens came out of the bullpen to pitch the last three innings in relief and set up Burke's game-winning shot off of Braves rookie Joey Devine that gave Houston a 7-6 win and clinched the series.
Rockies-Phillies, Game 3
A computer malfunction caused a power blackout that plunged Coors Field into darkness during the second inning of Game 3 of the Rockies Division Series matchup with the Philadelphia Phillies. The game was delayed for 14 minutes. When play resumed, the Rockies went on to a series-clinching 2-1 win.
Phillies-Brewers, Game 2
Shane Victorino picked a pretty good time to hit the first grand slam of his career (and the first in the Phillies' postseason history). With the bases loaded and two outs in the second inning, the Flyin' Hawaiian blasted a CC Sabathia hanging breaking ball into the left-field bleachers to give the Phillies a 5-1 lead they would not relinquish. Philadelphia went on to beat the Brewers in four games.