Braves Postseason History

Updated: October 8, 2013, 1:06 AM ET
Associated Press

The postseason history of the Boston, Milwaukee and Atlanta Braves:

World Series Results (Won 3, Lost 6)

1999 -- Lost to New York Yankees, 4-0

1996 -- Lost to New York Yankees, 4-2

1995 -- Beat Cleveland Indians, 4-2

1992 -- Lost to Toronto Blue Jays, 4-2

1991 -- Lost to Minnesota Twins, 4-3

1958 -- Lost to New York Yankees, 4-3

1957 -- Beat New York Yankees, 4-3

1948 -- Lost to Cleveland Indians, 4-2

1914 -- Beat Philadelphia A's, 4-0

Record -- Won 24, Lost 29

League Championship Series (Won 5, Lost 6)

2001 -- Lost to Arizona Diamondbacks, 4-1

1999 -- Beat New York Mets, 4-2

1998 -- Lost to San Diego Padres, 4-2

1997 -- Lost to Florida Marlins, 4-2

1996 -- Beat St. Louis Cardinals, 4-3

1995 -- Beat Cincinnati Reds, 4-0

1993 -- Lost to Philadelphia Phillies, 4-2

1992 -- Beat Pittsburgh Pirates, 4-3

1991 -- Beat Pittsburgh Pirates, 4-3

1982 -- Lost to St. Louis Cardinals, 3-0

1969 -- Lost to New York Mets, 3-0

Record -- Won 27, Lost 33

Divisional Playoff Series (Won 7, Lost 7)

2013 -- Lost to Los Angeles, 3-1

2010 -- Lost to San Francisco Giants, 3-1

2005 -- Lost to Houston Astros, 3-1

2004 -- Lost to Houston Astros, 3-2

2003 -- Lost to Chicago Cubs, 3-2

2002 -- Lost to San Francisco Giants, 3-2

2001 -- Beat Houston Astros, 3-0

2000 -- Lost to St. Louis Cardinals, 3-0

1999 -- Beat Houston Astros, 3-1

1998 -- Beat Chicago Cubs, 3-0

1997 -- Beat Houston Astros, 3-0

1996 -- Beat Los Angeles Dodgers, 3-0

1995 -- Beat Colorado Rockies, 3-1

Record -- Won 27, Lost 23

Wild Card Game (Lost 1)

2012 -- Lost to St. Louis 6-3


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