The Los Angeles Dodgers have captured their 25th National League pennant by defeating the Atlanta Braves, 4-3 in Game 7. Cody Bellinger broke a 3-3 deadlock with a solo homer in the seventh, one inning after Kiké Hernández tied it with a solo shot. The Dodgers didn’t allow a hit after Austin Riley’s RBI single put the Braves ahead, 3-2 with nobody out in the fourth inning.

Now comes the hard part for the Dodgers: four more wins — four wins that proved elusive in 2018 against the Boston Red Sox, were just out of their grasp in 2017 against the Houston Astros and most recently were theirs in 1988, the year Kirk Gibson hit his famous walk-off home run in Game 1 of the World Series.

Since then, the Dodgers have habitually flirted with greatness, winning the past eight NL West Division championships and teetering on the precipice of a title. To do so this time, they’ll need to beat the Tampa Bay Rays, who nearly blew a 3-0 lead in the American League Championship Series before holding on against the Astros in Game 7 on Saturday.