List of World Series champions

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This article is about winners of the World Series of Major League Baseball that began in 1903. For earlier league and inter-league championships, see List of pre–World Series baseball champions.
Two rows of men in white baseball uniforms. Those in the back row wear dark baseball caps with "P" on them while the men in the front row wear white hats and have "BOSTON" on the chest of their uniforms.
At the first World Series, held in 1903, the Boston Americans (front row) defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates (back row) in eight games.

The World Series is the annual championship series of Major League Baseball (MLB) and concludes the MLB postseason. First played in 1903,[1] the World Series championship is determined through a best-of-seven playoff and is a contest between the champions of baseball's National League (NL) and American League (AL).[2] Often referred to as the "Fall Classic",[3] the modern World Series has been played every year since 1903 except in 1904, when the NL champion New York Giants declined to play the AL champion Boston Americans, and 1994, when the series was canceled due to the MLB strike.[1][2][4][5]

The best-of-seven style has been the format of all World Series except in 1903, 1919, 1920 and 1921, when the winner was determined through a best-of-nine playoff.[1][2] The Series-winning team is awarded the Commissioner's Trophy.[6] Players, coaches, and others associated with the team are generally given World Series rings to commemorate their victory; however, they have received other items such as pocket watches and medallions in the past.[7] The winner of the World Series is traditionally invited to the White House to meet the President of the United States.[8]

109 Series have been contested, with the American League winning 63 and the National League winning 46. The New York Yankees of the American League have played in 40 of the 109 Series through 2013 and have won 27 World Series championships, the most of any Major League franchise. The Yankees have also lost more (13) than any other club. The St. Louis Cardinals, who represented the National League for a 19th time in 2013, have won 11 championships, which is the second-most among Major League teams.[3] The Giants have appeared in the Series 19 times (14 in New York and five in San Francisco for the Giants), which is tied for the most appearances with the St. Louis Cardinals out of all National League teams. However, the Giants have won the Series only seven times, with the 2012 World Series the most recent victory. The Seattle Mariners and the Montreal Expos/Washington Nationals are the only current Major League franchises never to have appeared in the World Series; the Houston Astros, San Diego Padres, Colorado Rockies, Washington Senators/Texas Rangers, Tampa Bay Rays, and Seattle Pilots/Milwaukee Brewers have played in the Series but have never won it. The Toronto Blue Jays are the only franchise from outside the United States to appear in a World Series, winning in 1992 and 1993.

Winners[edit]

Several men of varying ages wearing suits clap as a man in the center of the photo smiles holding up a white baseball jersey which reads "OBAMA 44" on the back.
The 2008 World Series-winning Philadelphia Phillies met with President Barack Obama, continuing a tradition of the World Series-winning team visiting the White House.
Two rows of men in suits, one holding a large trophy, stand while a smiling man stands in front of them holding a white baseball jersey which reads "BUSH 07" on the back.
The 2007 Boston Red Sox with President George W. Bush
A golden circular shaped trophy on a red platform.
The Commissioner's Trophy, which has been awarded to the winning team since 2014.
YearLinks to the article about the corresponding World Series
TeamLinks to year in which each team played
LeagueAL=American League, NL=National League
YearWinning teamManagerLeagueGamesLosing teamManagerLeagueRef.
1903Boston AmericansCollins, JimmyJimmy CollinsAL5–3[V]Pittsburgh PiratesClarke, FredFred ClarkeNL[9]
1904No World Series[1]
1905New York GiantsMcGraw, JohnJohn McGrawNL4–1Philadelphia AthleticsMack, ConnieConnie MackAL[10]
1906Chicago White SoxJones, FielderFielder JonesAL4–2Chicago CubsChance, FrankFrank ChanceNL[11]
1907Chicago CubsChance, FrankFrank ChanceNL4–0–(1)[T]Detroit TigersJennings, HughHugh JenningsAL[12]
1908Chicago CubsChance, FrankFrank ChanceNL4–1Detroit TigersJennings, HughHugh JenningsAL[13]
1909Pittsburgh PiratesClarke, FredFred ClarkeNL4–3Detroit TigersJennings, HughHugh JenningsAL[14]
1910Philadelphia AthleticsMack, ConnieConnie MackAL4–1Chicago CubsChance, FrankFrank ChanceNL[15]
1911Philadelphia AthleticsMack, ConnieConnie MackAL4–2New York GiantsMcGraw, JohnJohn McGrawNL[16]
1912Boston Red SoxStahl, JakeJake StahlAL4–3–(1)[T]New York GiantsMcGraw, JohnJohn McGrawNL[17]
1913Philadelphia AthleticsMack, ConnieConnie MackAL4–1New York GiantsMcGraw, JohnJohn McGrawNL[18]
1914Boston BravesStallings, GeorgeGeorge StallingsNL4–0Philadelphia AthleticsMack, ConnieConnie MackAL[19]
1915Boston Red SoxCarrigan, BillBill CarriganAL4–1Philadelphia PhilliesMoran, PatPat MoranNL[20]
1916Boston Red SoxCarrigan, BillBill CarriganAL4–1Brooklyn RobinsRobinson, WilbertWilbert RobinsonNL[21]
1917Chicago White SoxRowland, PantsPants RowlandAL4–2New York GiantsMcGraw, JohnJohn McGrawNL[22]
1918Boston Red SoxBarrow, EdEd BarrowAL4–2Chicago CubsMitchell, FredFred MitchellNL[23]
1919Cincinnati RedsMoran, PatPat MoranNL5–3[V]Chicago White SoxGleason, KidKid GleasonAL[24]
1920Cleveland IndiansSpeaker, TrisTris SpeakerAL5–2[V]Brooklyn RobinsRobinson, WilbertWilbert RobinsonNL[25]
1921New York GiantsMcGraw, JohnJohn McGrawNL5–3[V]New York YankeesHuggins, MillerMiller HugginsAL[26]
1922New York GiantsMcGraw, JohnJohn McGrawNL4–0–(1)[T]New York YankeesHuggins, MillerMiller HugginsAL[27]
1923New York YankeesHuggins, MillerMiller HugginsAL4–2New York GiantsMcGraw, JohnJohn McGrawNL[28]
1924Washington SenatorsHarris, BuckyBucky HarrisAL4–3New York GiantsMcGraw, JohnJohn McGrawNL[29]
1925Pittsburgh PiratesMcKechnie, BillBill McKechnieNL4–3Washington SenatorsHarris, BuckyBucky HarrisAL[30]
1926St. Louis CardinalsHornsby, RogersRogers HornsbyNL4–3New York YankeesHuggins, MillerMiller HugginsAL[31]
1927New York YankeesHuggins, MillerMiller HugginsAL4–0Pittsburgh PiratesDonie BushNL[32]
1928New York YankeesHuggins, MillerMiller HugginsAL4–0St. Louis CardinalsMcKechnie, BillBill McKechnieNL[33]
1929Philadelphia AthleticsMack, ConnieConnie MackAL4–1Chicago CubsMcCarthy, JoeJoe McCarthyNL[34]
1930Philadelphia AthleticsMack, ConnieConnie MackAL4–2St. Louis CardinalsStreet, GabbyGabby StreetNL[35]
1931St. Louis CardinalsStreet, GabbyGabby StreetNL4–3Philadelphia AthleticsMack, ConnieConnie MackAL[36]
1932New York YankeesMcCarthy, JoeJoe McCarthyAL4–0Chicago CubsGrimm, CharlieCharlie GrimmNL[37]
1933New York GiantsTerry, BillBill TerryNL4–1Washington SenatorsCronin, JoeJoe CroninAL[38]
1934St. Louis CardinalsFrisch, FrankFrank FrischNL4–3Detroit TigersCochrane, MickeyMickey CochraneAL[39]
1935Detroit TigersCochrane, MickeyMickey CochraneAL4–2Chicago CubsGrimm, CharlieCharlie GrimmNL[40]
1936New York YankeesMcCarthy, JoeJoe McCarthyAL4–2New York GiantsTerry, BillBill TerryNL[41]
1937New York YankeesMcCarthy, JoeJoe McCarthyAL4–1New York GiantsTerry, BillBill TerryNL[42]
1938New York YankeesMcCarthy, JoeJoe McCarthyAL4–0Chicago CubsHartnett, GabbyGabby HartnettNL[43]
1939New York YankeesMcCarthy, JoeJoe McCarthyAL4–0Cincinnati RedsMcKechnie, BillBill McKechnieNL[44]
1940Cincinnati RedsMcKechnie, BillBill McKechnieNL4–3Detroit TigersBaker, DelDel BakerAL[45]
1941New York YankeesMcCarthy, JoeJoe McCarthyAL4–1Brooklyn DodgersDurocher, LeoLeo DurocherNL[46]
1942St. Louis CardinalsSouthworth, BillyBilly SouthworthNL4–1New York YankeesMcCarthy, JoeJoe McCarthyAL[47]
1943New York YankeesMcCarthy, JoeJoe McCarthyAL4–1St. Louis CardinalsSouthworth, BillyBilly SouthworthNL[48]
1944St. Louis CardinalsSouthworth, BillyBilly SouthworthNL4–2St. Louis BrownsSewell, LukeLuke SewellAL[49]
1945Detroit TigersO’Neill, SteveSteve O’NeillAL4–3Chicago CubsGrimm, CharlieCharlie GrimmNL[50]
1946St. Louis CardinalsDyer, EddieEddie DyerNL4–3Boston Red SoxCronin, JoeJoe CroninAL[51]
1947New York YankeesHarris, BuckyBucky HarrisAL4–3Brooklyn DodgersShotton, BurtBurt ShottonNL[52]
1948Cleveland IndiansBoudreau, LouLou BoudreauAL4–2Boston BravesSouthworth, BillyBilly SouthworthNL[53]
1949New York YankeesStengel, CaseyCasey StengelAL4–1Brooklyn DodgersShotton, BurtBurt ShottonNL[54]
1950New York YankeesStengel, CaseyCasey StengelAL4–0Philadelphia PhilliesSawyer, EddieEddie SawyerNL[55]
1951New York YankeesStengel, CaseyCasey StengelAL4–2New York GiantsDurocher, LeoLeo DurocherNL[56]
1952New York YankeesStengel, CaseyCasey StengelAL4–3Brooklyn DodgersDressen, CharlieCharlie DressenNL[57]
1953New York YankeesStengel, CaseyCasey StengelAL4–2Brooklyn DodgersDressen, CharlieCharlie DressenNL[58]
1954New York GiantsDurocher, LeoLeo DurocherNL4–0Cleveland IndiansLopez, AlAl LopezAL[59]
1955Brooklyn DodgersAlston, WalterWalter AlstonNL4–3New York YankeesStengel, CaseyCasey StengelAL[60]
1956New York YankeesStengel, CaseyCasey StengelAL4–3Brooklyn DodgersAlston, WalterWalter AlstonNL[61]
1957Milwaukee BravesHaney, FredFred HaneyNL4–3New York YankeesStengel, CaseyCasey StengelAL[62]
1958New York YankeesStengel, CaseyCasey StengelAL4–3Milwaukee BravesHaney, FredFred HaneyNL[63]
1959Los Angeles DodgersAlston, WalterWalter AlstonNL4–2Chicago White SoxLopez, AlAl LopezAL[64]
1960Pittsburgh PiratesMurtaugh, DannyDanny MurtaughNL4–3New York YankeesStengel, CaseyCasey StengelAL[65]
1961New York YankeesHouk, RalphRalph HoukAL4–1Cincinnati RedsHutchinson, FredFred HutchinsonNL[66]
1962New York YankeesHouk, RalphRalph HoukAL4–3San Francisco GiantsDark, AlvinAlvin DarkNL[67]
1963Los Angeles DodgersAlston, WalterWalter AlstonNL4–0New York YankeesHouk, RalphRalph HoukAL[68]
1964St. Louis CardinalsKeane, JohnnyJohnny KeaneNL4–3New York YankeesBerra, YogiYogi BerraAL[69]
1965Los Angeles DodgersAlston, WalterWalter AlstonNL4–3Minnesota TwinsMele, SamSam MeleAL[70]
1966Baltimore OriolesBauer, HankHank BauerAL4–0Los Angeles DodgersAlston, WalterWalter AlstonNL[71]
1967St. Louis CardinalsSchoendienst, RedRed SchoendienstNL4–3Boston Red SoxWilliams, DickDick WilliamsAL[72]
1968Detroit TigersSmith, MayoMayo SmithAL4–3St. Louis CardinalsSchoendienst, RedRed SchoendienstNL[73]
1969New York Mets[X]Hodges, GilGil HodgesNL4–1Baltimore OriolesWeaver, EarlEarl WeaverAL[74]
1970Baltimore OriolesWeaver, EarlEarl WeaverAL4–1Cincinnati RedsAnderson, SparkySparky AndersonNL[75]
1971Pittsburgh PiratesMurtaugh, DannyDanny MurtaughNL4–3Baltimore OriolesWeaver, EarlEarl WeaverAL[76]
1972Oakland AthleticsWilliams, DickDick WilliamsAL4–3Cincinnati RedsAnderson, SparkySparky AndersonNL[77]
1973Oakland AthleticsWilliams, DickDick WilliamsAL4–3New York Mets[X]Berra, YogiYogi BerraNL[78]
1974Oakland AthleticsDark, AlvinAlvin DarkAL4–1Los Angeles DodgersAlston, WalterWalter AlstonNL[79]
1975Cincinnati RedsAnderson, SparkySparky AndersonNL4–3Boston Red SoxJohnson, DarrellDarrell JohnsonAL[80]
1976Cincinnati RedsAnderson, SparkySparky AndersonNL4–0New York YankeesMartin, BillyBilly MartinAL[81]
1977New York YankeesMartin, BillyBilly MartinAL4–2Los Angeles DodgersLasorda, TomTom LasordaNL[82]
1978New York YankeesLemon, BobBob LemonAL4–2Los Angeles DodgersLasorda, TomTom LasordaNL[83]
1979Pittsburgh PiratesTanner, ChuckChuck TannerNL4–3Baltimore OriolesWeaver, EarlEarl WeaverAL[84]
1980Philadelphia PhilliesGreen, DallasDallas GreenNL4–2Kansas City Royals[X]Frey, JimJim FreyAL[85]
1981Los Angeles DodgersLasorda, TomTom LasordaNL4–2New York YankeesLemon, BobBob LemonAL[86]
1982St. Louis CardinalsHerzog, WhiteyWhitey HerzogNL4–3Milwaukee Brewers[X]Kuenn, HarveyHarvey KuennAL[L1][87]
1983Baltimore OriolesAltobelli, JoeJoe AltobelliAL4–1Philadelphia PhilliesOwens, PaulPaul OwensNL[88]
1984Detroit TigersAnderson, SparkySparky AndersonAL4–1San Diego Padres[X]Williams, DickDick WilliamsNL[89]
1985Kansas City Royals[X]Howser, DickDick HowserAL4–3St. Louis CardinalsHerzog, WhiteyWhitey HerzogNL[90]
1986New York Mets[X]Johnson, DaveyDavey JohnsonNL4–3Boston Red SoxMcNamara, JohnJohn McNamaraAL[91]
1987Minnesota TwinsKelly, TomTom KellyAL4–3St. Louis CardinalsHerzog, WhiteyWhitey HerzogNL[92]
1988Los Angeles DodgersLasorda, TomTom LasordaNL4–1Oakland AthleticsLa Russa, TonyTony La RussaAL[93]
1989Oakland AthleticsLa Russa, TonyTony La RussaAL4–0San Francisco GiantsCraig, RogerRoger CraigNL[94]
1990Cincinnati RedsPiniella, LouLou PiniellaNL4–0Oakland AthleticsLa Russa, TonyTony La RussaAL[95]
1991Minnesota TwinsKelly, TomTom KellyAL4–3Atlanta BravesCox, BobbyBobby CoxNL[96]
1992Toronto Blue Jays[X]Gaston, CitoCito GastonAL4–2Atlanta BravesCox, BobbyBobby CoxNL[97]
1993Toronto Blue Jays[X]Gaston, CitoCito GastonAL4–2Philadelphia PhilliesFregosi, JimJim FregosiNL[98]
1994No World Series[1]
1995Atlanta BravesCox, BobbyBobby CoxNL4–2Cleveland IndiansHargrove, MikeMike HargroveAL[99]
1996New York YankeesTorre, JoeJoe TorreAL4–2Atlanta BravesCox, BobbyBobby CoxNL[100]
1997Florida Marlins[W][X]Leyland, JimJim LeylandNL4–3Cleveland IndiansHargrove, MikeMike HargroveAL[101]
1998New York YankeesTorre, JoeJoe TorreAL4–0San Diego Padres[X]Bruce BochyNL[102]
1999New York YankeesTorre, JoeJoe TorreAL4–0Atlanta BravesCox, BobbyBobby CoxNL[103]
2000New York YankeesTorre, JoeJoe TorreAL4–1New York Mets[W][X]Valentine, BobbyBobby ValentineNL[104]
2001Arizona Diamondbacks[X]Brenly, BobBob BrenlyNL4–3New York YankeesTorre, JoeJoe TorreAL[105]
2002Anaheim Angels[W][X]Scioscia, MikeMike SciosciaAL4–3San Francisco Giants[W]Baker, DustyDusty BakerNL[106]
2003Florida Marlins[W][X]McKeon, JackJack McKeonNL4–2New York YankeesTorre, JoeJoe TorreAL[107]
2004Boston Red Sox[W]Francona, TerryTerry FranconaAL4–0St. Louis CardinalsLa Russa, TonyTony La RussaNL[108]
2005Chicago White SoxGuillén, OzzieOzzie GuillénAL4–0Houston Astros[W][X]Garner, PhilPhil GarnerNL[109]
2006St. Louis CardinalsLa Russa, TonyTony La RussaNL4–1Detroit Tigers[W]Leyland, JimJim LeylandAL[110]
2007Boston Red SoxFrancona, TerryTerry FranconaAL4–0Colorado Rockies[W][X]Hurdle, ClintClint HurdleNL[111]
2008Philadelphia PhilliesManuel, CharlieCharlie ManuelNL4–1Tampa Bay Rays[X]Maddon, JoeJoe MaddonAL[112]
2009New York YankeesGirardi, JoeJoe GirardiAL4–2Philadelphia PhilliesManuel, CharlieCharlie ManuelNL[113]
2010San Francisco GiantsBochy, BruceBruce BochyNL4–1Texas Rangers[X]Washington, RonRon WashingtonAL[114]
2011St. Louis Cardinals[W]La Russa, TonyTony La RussaNL4–3Texas Rangers[X]Washington, RonRon WashingtonAL[115]
2012San Francisco GiantsBochy, BruceBruce BochyNL4–0Detroit TigersLeyland, JimJim LeylandAL[116]
2013Boston Red SoxFarrell, JohnJohn FarrellAL4–2St. Louis CardinalsMatheny, MikeMike MathenyNL[117]


Series appearances by club[edit]

Series
appearances
TeamLeagueWinsLossesWin %Most recent
win
Most recent
appearance
Founded
40New York YankeesAL2713.675200920091901
19St. Louis CardinalsNL118.579201120131882
19San Francisco GiantsNL712.368201220121883
18Los Angeles DodgersNL612.333198819881883
14Oakland AthleticsAL95.643198919901901
12Boston Red SoxAL84.667201320131901
11Detroit TigersAL47.364198420121901
10Chicago CubsNL28.200190819451871
9Atlanta BravesNL36.333199519991871
9Cincinnati RedsNL54.556199019901869
7Philadelphia PhilliesNL25.286200820091883
7Pittsburgh PiratesNL52.714197919791882
7Baltimore OriolesAL34.429198319831894
6Minnesota TwinsAL33.500199119911901
5Cleveland IndiansAL23.400194819971901
5Chicago White SoxAL32.600200520051901
4New York MetsNL22.500198620001962
2Kansas City RoyalsAL11.500198519851969
2Miami MarlinsNL201.000200320031993
2San Diego PadresNL02.00019981969
2Texas RangersAL02.00020111961
2Toronto Blue JaysAL201.000199319931977
1Arizona DiamondbacksNL101.000200120011998
1Colorado RockiesNL01.00020071993
1Houston AstrosNL/AL[L2]01.00020051962
1Los Angeles Angels of AnaheimAL101.000200220021961
1Milwaukee BrewersAL/NL[L1]01.00019821969
1Tampa Bay RaysAL01.00020081998
0Washington NationalsNL001969
0Seattle MarinersAL001977

See also[edit]


Notes[edit]

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