1972 NL - APBA Dos game. The Pittsburgh Pirates won a one game playoff over the Chicago Cubs to take the NL East, then defeated the Cincinnati Reds for claim the NL Title. Richie Hebner beat out Cesar Cedeno for the batting title (.348 to .347), while Willie Stargell (47 HR, 128 RBI) and Johnny Bench (47 HR, 143 RBI) were the league's top sluggers. Billy Williams was the star of the Cubs, hitting .331 with 33 HR and 106 RBI. Steve Carlton was not as spectacular as in real life, but still went 22-15 with a league-leading 1.50 ERA. Jon Matlack, Don Sutton, and Ferguson Jenkins also won 22 games.
1976 - Combination of Basic game and Dos. The Reds dominated the regular season, then lost to Baltimore Orioles in the World Series as Reggie Jackson carried the team in his one year stay in Baltimore.