From the Elias Sports Bureau:
Lee also became the first pitcher to start and win both the first game and a winner-takes-all game in the same postseason series since Kerry Wood
did it for the Chicago Cubs
in the 2003 NLDS against the Atlanta Braves
More from the Elias Sports Bureau:
Conversely, David Price
was the losing pitcher in games one and five. He’s the sixth starting pitcher to lose both Game 1 and a winner-takes-all game in the same series, and the first since the Braves' Jaret Wright
in the 2004 NLDS against the Houston Astros.
More on Lee’s performance:
• First complete game in a winner-takes-all situation since Curt Schilling
in the 2001 NLDS.
• Fourth winning pitcher to throw a complete game and strike out at least 10 batters in a winner-takes-all situation, and the first since the St. Louis Cardinals
' Bob Gibson in the 1967 World Series.
• Fifth pitcher to throw a complete game and not walk a batter in a winner-takes-all situation, and the first since the Cardinals' Danny Cox in the 1987 NLCS.
• His 11 strikeouts are the most in a winner-takes-all game in postseason history.