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 Results of tiebreaker playoff games in major league baseball history (NL was best-of-3 prior to 1969):
1946
National League
St. Louis beat Brooklyn 2-0
St. Louis 4, Brooklyn 2
St. Louis 8, Brooklyn 4
1948
American League
Cleveland beat Boston 1-0
Cleveland 8, Boston 3
1951
National League
New York Giants beat Brooklyn 2-1
New York 3, Brooklyn 1
Brooklyn 10, New York 0
New York 5, Brooklyn 4
1959
National League
Los Angeles beat Milwaukee 2-0
Los Angeles 3, Milwaukee 2
Los Angeles 6, Milwaukee 5
1978
AL East
New York Yankees beat Boston 1-0
New York 5, Boston 4
1962
National League
San Francisco beat Los Angeles 2-1
San Francisco 8, Los Angeles 0
Los Angeles 8, San Francisco 7
San Francisco 6, Los Angeles 4
1980
NL West
Houston beat Los Angeles 1-0
Houston 7, Los Angeles 1
1995
AL West
Seattle beat California 1-0
Seattle 9, California 1
1998
NL Wild Card
Chicago Cubs beat San Francisco 1-0
Chicago 5, San Francisco 3
1999
NL Wild Card
New York Mets beat Cincinnati 1-0
New York Mets 5, Cincinnati 0
2007
NL Wild Card
Colorado beat San Diego 1-0
Colorado 9, San Diego 8, 13 innings

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