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Lettris is a curious tetris-clone game where all the bricks have the same square shape but different content. Each square carries a letter. To make squares disappear and save space for other squares you have to assemble English words (left, right, up, down) from the falling squares.
Boggle gives you 3 minutes to find as many words (3 letters or more) as you can in a grid of 16 letters. You can also try the grid of 16 letters. Letters must be adjacent and longer words score better. See if you can get into the grid Hall of Fame !
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|Sport||Major League Baseball|
|No. of teams||5|
|Most recent champion(s)||Philadelphia Phillies (11th title)|
|Most titles||(tie) Atlanta Braves and Philadelphia Phillies (11)|
The National League East Division is one of Major League Baseball's six divisions. The Atlanta Braves and the Philadelphia Phillies are tied for the most National League East Division titles (11). All of Atlanta's NL East titles came during a record stretch of 14 consecutive division titles. (The first three titles of that streak came when the Braves were in the National League West Division.) Philadelphia has won the last five consecutive division titles (2007-2011).
During the two-division era, from 1969 to 1993, the Philadelphia Phillies and the Pittsburgh Pirates alone owned more than half of the division titles, having won a combined 15 of 25 championships during that span. They were also the only teams in the division to have won consecutive titles during that span.
|Time period||Lineup||Changes from previous setup|
|1969–1992||Chicago Cubs, Montreal Expos, New York Mets, Philadelphia Phillies, Pittsburgh Pirates, St. Louis Cardinals||Creation of division due to 1969 expansion, Montreal added as well|
|1993||Chicago Cubs, Florida Marlins, Montreal Expos, New York Mets, Philadelphia Phillies, Pittsburgh Pirates, St. Louis Cardinals||Florida Marlins added in the 1993 expansion|
|1994–2004||Atlanta Braves, Florida Marlins, Montreal Expos, New York Mets, Philadelphia Phillies||The Atlanta Braves moved in from the NL West, and the Chicago Cubs, Pittsburgh Pirates, and St. Louis Cardinals moved into newly-created National League Central Division|
|2005–2011||Atlanta Braves, Florida Marlins, New York Mets, Philadelphia Phillies, Washington Nationals||The Montreal Expos relocated to Washington, D.C., becoming the Washington Nationals|
|2012–present||Atlanta Braves, Miami Marlins, New York Mets, Philadelphia Phillies, Washington Nationals||The Florida Marlins relocated from Miami Gardens, Florida to Miami and changed their name to the Miami Marlins|
|1969||New York Mets||100–62||.617||Won World Series over Baltimore, 4–1|
|1970||Pittsburgh Pirates||89–73||.549||Lost NLCS to Cincinnati, 3–0|
|1971||Pittsburgh Pirates||97–65||.599||Won World Series over Baltimore, 4–3|
|1972||Pittsburgh Pirates||96–59||.619||Lost NLCS to Cincinnati, 3–2|
|1973||New York Mets||82–79||.509||Lost World Series to Oakland, 4–3|
|1974||Pittsburgh Pirates||88–74||.543||Lost NLCS to Los Angeles, 3–1|
|1975||Pittsburgh Pirates||92–69||.571||Lost NLCS to Cincinnati, 3–0|
|1976||Philadelphia Phillies||101–61||.623||Lost NLCS to Cincinnati, 3–0|
|1977||Philadelphia Phillies||101–61||.623||Lost NLCS to Los Angeles, 3–1|
|1978||Philadelphia Phillies||90–72||.556||Lost NLCS to Los Angeles, 3–1|
|1979||Pittsburgh Pirates||98–64||.605||Won World Series over Baltimore, 4–3|
|1980||Philadelphia Phillies||91–71||.562||Won World Series over Kansas City, 4–2|
|1981||Montreal Expos†||60–48||.556||Lost NLCS to Los Angeles, 3–2|
|1982||St. Louis Cardinals||92–70||.570||Won World Series over Milwaukee, 4–3|
|1983||Philadelphia Phillies||90–72||.556||Lost World Series to Baltimore, 4–1|
|1984||Chicago Cubs||96–65||.596||Lost NLCS to San Diego, 3–2|
|1985||St. Louis Cardinals||101–61||.623||Lost World Series to Kansas City, 4–3|
|1986||New York Mets||108–54||.667||Won World Series over Boston, 4–3|
|1987||St. Louis Cardinals||95–67||.586||Lost World Series to Minnesota, 4–3|
|1988||New York Mets||100–60||.625||Lost NLCS to Los Angeles, 4–3|
|1989||Chicago Cubs||93–69||.574||Lost NLCS to San Francisco, 4–1|
|1990||Pittsburgh Pirates||95–67||.586||Lost NLCS to Cincinnati, 4–2|
|1991||Pittsburgh Pirates||98–64||.605||Lost NLCS to Atlanta, 4–3|
|1992||Pittsburgh Pirates||96–66||.593||Lost NLCS to Atlanta, 4–3|
|1993||Philadelphia Phillies||97–65||.599||Lost World Series to Toronto, 4–2|
|1995||Atlanta Braves||90–54||.625||Won World Series over Cleveland, 4–2|
|1996||Atlanta Braves||96–66||.593||Lost World Series to New York, 4–2|
|1997||Atlanta Braves||101–61||.623||Lost NLCS to Florida, 4–2|
|1998||Atlanta Braves||106–56||.654||Lost NLCS to San Diego, 4–2|
|1999||Atlanta Braves||103–59||.636||Lost World Series to New York, 4–0|
|2000||Atlanta Braves||95–67||.586||Lost NLDS to St. Louis, 3–0|
|2001||Atlanta Braves||88–74||.543||Lost NLCS to Arizona, 4–1|
|2002||Atlanta Braves||101–59||.631||Lost NLDS to San Francisco, 3–2|
|2003||Atlanta Braves||101–61||.623||Lost NLDS to Chicago, 3–2|
|2004||Atlanta Braves||96–66||.593||Lost NLDS to Houston, 3–2|
|2005||Atlanta Braves||90–72||.556||Lost NLDS to Houston, 3–1|
|2006||New York Mets||97–65||.599||Lost NLCS to St. Louis, 4–3|
|2007||Philadelphia Phillies||89–73||.549||Lost NLDS to Colorado, 3–0|
|2008||Philadelphia Phillies||92–70||.568||Won World Series over Tampa Bay, 4–1|
|2009||Philadelphia Phillies||93–69||.574||Lost World Series to New York, 4–2|
|2010||Philadelphia Phillies||97-65||.599||Lost NLCS to San Francisco, 4–2|
|2011||Philadelphia Phillies||102-60||.630||Lost NLDS to St. Louis, 3–2|
† – Due to the 1981 Major League Baseball strike, the season was split. Montreal won the second half and defeated first-half champion Philadelphia (59–48) in the postseason.
§ – Due to the 1994 Major League Baseball strike starting August 12, no official winner was awarded. Montreal was leading at the strike.
|Philadelphia Phillies||11||1976–1978, 1980, 1983, 1993, 2007–2011|
|Pittsburgh Pirates||9||1970–1972, 1974–1975, 1979, 1990–1992|
|New York Mets||5||1969, 1973, 1986, 1988, 2006|
|St. Louis Cardinals||3||1982, 1985, 1987|
|Chicago Cubs||2||1984, 1989|
|Washington Nationals/Montreal Expos||1||1981|
|1997||Florida Marlins||92–70||.568||9||Won World Series over Cleveland, 4–3|
|1999||New York Mets*||97–66||.595||6.5||Lost NLCS to Atlanta, 4–2|
|2000||New York Mets||94–68||.580||1||Lost World Series to New York, 4–1|
|2003||Florida Marlins||91–71||.562||10||Won World Series over New York, 4–2|
|2010||Atlanta Braves||91-71||.562||Lost NLDS to San Francisco, 3-1|
|Major League Baseball (2012)|
|Baltimore Orioles||Chicago White Sox||Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim|
|Boston Red Sox||Cleveland Indians||Oakland Athletics|
|New York Yankees||Detroit Tigers||Seattle Mariners|
|Tampa Bay Rays||Kansas City Royals||Texas Rangers|
|Toronto Blue Jays||Minnesota Twins|
|Atlanta Braves||Chicago Cubs||Arizona Diamondbacks|
|Miami Marlins||Cincinnati Reds||Colorado Rockies|
|New York Mets||Houston Astros||Los Angeles Dodgers|
|Philadelphia Phillies||Milwaukee Brewers||San Diego Padres|
|Washington Nationals||Pittsburgh Pirates||San Francisco Giants|
|St. Louis Cardinals|
|Postseason: World Series (Champions) · NL (NL Champions · NLCS · NLDS) AL (AL Champions · ALCS · ALDS)|
|All-Star Game · World Baseball Classic · Records · MLB awards · Hall of Fame · MLB Draft (First year player · Rule 5) · MLBPA · TV contracts · Highest paid players · MLB logo · Seasons · Minor leagues · History (NL · AL) · Tie-breakers · Rivalries · Interleague play · Schedule · Stadiums · Civil Rights Game · Spring training · Cheerleading Timeline of Major League Baseball · Dead-ball era · Live-ball era · Relocation of the 1950s–1960s · Expansion (1993 · 1998)|
|Commissioner: Bud Selig · League Presidents (NL · AL)|