Every Champion and World Series in MLB Baseball Part 2

  • 1951, New York Yankees
  • 1952, New York Yankees
  • 1953, New York Yankees
  • 1954, New York Giants
  • 1955, Brooklyn Dodgers
  • 1956, New York Yankees
  • 1957, Milwaukee Braves
  • 1958, New York Yankees
  • 1959, Los Angeles Dodgers
  • 1960, Pittsburgh Pirates
  • 1961, New York Yankees
  • 1962, New York Yankees
  • 1963, Los Angeles Dodgers
  • 1964, St. Louis Cardinals
  • 1965, Los Angeles Dodgers
  • 1966, Baltimore Orioles
  • 1967, St. Louis Cardinals
  • 1968, Detroit Tigers
  • 1969, New York Mets
  • 1970, Baltimore Orioles
  • 1971, Pittsburgh Pirates
  • 1972, Oakland Athletics
  • 1973, Oakland Athletics
  • 1974, Oakland Athletics
  • 1975, Cincinnati Reds
  • 1976, Cincinnati Reds
  • 1977, New York Yankees
  • 1978, New York Yankees
  • 1979, Pittsburgh Pirates
  • 1980, Philadelphia Phillies
  • 1981, Los Angeles Dodgers
  • 1982, St. Louis Cardinals
  • 1983, Baltimore Orioles
  • 1984, Detroit Tigers
  • 1985, Kansas City Royals
  • 1986, New York Mets
  • 1987, Minnesota Twins
  • 1988, Los Angeles Dodgers
  • 1989, Oakland Athletics
  • 1990, Cincinnati Reds
  • 1991, Minnesota Twins
  • 1992, Toronto Blue Jays
  • 1993, Toronto Blue Jays
  • 1994, Montreal Expos
  • 1995, Atlanta Braves
  • 1996, New York Yankees
  • 1997, Florida Marlins
  • 1998, New York Yankees
  • 1999, New York Yankees
  • 2000, New York Yankees
  • 2001, Arizona Diamondbacks
  • 2002, Anaheim Angels
  • 2003, Florida Marlins
  • 2004, Boston Red Sox
  • 2005, Chicago White Sox
  • 2006, St. Louis Cardinals
  • 2007, Boston Red Sox
  • 2008, Philadelphia Phillies
  • 2009, New York Yankees
  • 2010, San Francisco Giants
  • 2011, St. Louis Cardinals
  • 2012, San Francisco Giants
  • 2013, Boston Red Sox
  • 2014, San Francisco Giants
  • 2015, Kansas City Royals
  • 2016, Chicago Cubs
  • 2017, Houston Astros
  • 2018, Boston Red Sox
  • 2019, Washington Nationals
  • 2020, Los Angeles Dodgers

1951 World Series 

Yankee catcher Yogi Berra, tags out Giants’ player Alvin Dark to end Game 3.

New York Yankees (4) New York Giants (2) 

Game 1 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 5-1 Giants 
Game 2 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 3-1 Yankees 
Game 3 @ Polo Grounds, New York: 6-2 Giants 
Game 4 @ Polo Grounds, New York: 6-2 Yankees 
Game 5 @ Polo Grounds, New York: 13-1 Yankees 
Game 6 @ Polo Grounds, New York: 4-3 Yankees 

Managers: Casey Stengel, New York Yankees and Leo Durocher, New York Giants 

World Series MVP: Phil Rizzuto, New York Yankees 

1952 World Series 

Billy Martin of the New York Yankees makes a catch to end Game 7 of the 1952 World Series.

New York Yankees (4) Brooklyn Dodgers (3) 

Game 1 @ Ebbets Field, Brooklyn: 4-2 Dodgers 
Game 2 @ Ebbets Field, Brooklyn: 7-1 Yankees 
Game 3 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 5-3 Dodgers 
Game 4 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 2-0 Yankees 
Game 5 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 6-5 Dodgers 
Game 6 @ Ebbets Field, Brooklyn: 3-2 Yankees 
Game 7 @ Ebbets Field, Brooklyn: 4-2 Yankees 

Managers: Casey Stengel, New York Yankees and Chuck Dressen, Brooklyn Dodgers 

World Series MVP: Vic Raschi, New York Yankees 

1953 World Series 

The Yankees and Dodgers line up at Ebbets Field for the 1953 World Series

New York Yankees (4) Brooklyn Dodgers (2) 

Game 1 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 9-5 Yankees 
Game 2 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 4-2 Yankees 
Game 3 @ Ebbets Field, Brooklyn: 3-2 Dodgers 
Game 4 @ Ebbets Field, Brooklyn: 7-3 Dodgers 
Game 5 @ Ebbets Field, Brooklyn: 11-7 Yankees 
Game 6 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 4-3 Yankees 

Managers: Casey Stengel, New York Yankees and Chuck Dressen, Brooklyn Dodgers 

World Series MVP: Billy Martin, New York Yankees 

1954 World Series 

Willie Mays made an over the head catch of a line drive by Vic Wertz during game 1.

New York Giants (4) Cleveland Indians (0) 

Game 1 @ Polo Grounds, New York: 5-2 Giants 
Game 2 @ Polo Grounds, New York: 3-1 Giants 
Game 3 @ Cleveland Stadium, Cleveland: 6-2 Giants 
Game 4 @ Cleveland Stadium, Cleveland: 7-4 Giants 

Managers: Leo Durocher, New York Giants and Al Lopez, Cleveland Indians 

World Series MVP: Dusty Rhodes, New York Giants 

1955 World Series 

The Dodgers win the 1955 World Series after losing in 1916, 1920, 1941, 1947, 1949, 1952, and 1953.

Brooklyn Dodgers (4) New York Yankees (3) 

Game 1 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 6-5 Yankees 
Game 2 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 4-2 Yankees 
Game 3 @ Ebbets Field, Brooklyn: 8-3 Dodgers 
Game 4 @ Ebbets Field, Brooklyn: 8-5 Dodgers 
Game 5 @ Ebbets Field, Brooklyn: 5-3 Dodgers 
Game 6 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 5-1 Yankees 
Game 7 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 2-0 Dodger s

Managers: Walter Alston, Brooklyn Dodgers and Casey Stengel, New York Yankees 

World Series MVP: Johnny Podres, Brooklyn Dodgers 

1956 World Series 

Don Larsen of the New York Yankees, threw the first and only ever World Series perfect game on October 8, 1956.

New York Yankees (4) Brooklyn Dodgers (3) 

Game 1 @ Ebbets Field, Brooklyn: 6-3 Dodgers 
Game 2 @ Ebbets Field, Brooklyn: 13-8 Dodgers 
Game 3 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 5-3 Yankees 
Game 4 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 6-2 Yankees 
Game 5 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 2-0 Yankees 
Game 6 @ Ebbets Field, Brooklyn: 1-0 Dodgers 
Game 7 @ Ebbets Field, Brooklyn: 9-0 Yankees 

Managers: Casey Stengel, New York Yankees and Walter Alston, Brooklyn Dodgers 

World Series MVP: Don Larsen, New York Yankees 

1957 World Series 

Hank Aaron of the Milwaukee Braves scores a run during the 1957 World Series.

Milwaukee Braves (4) New York Yankees (3) 

Game 1 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 3-1 Yankees 
Game 2 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 4-2 Braves 
Game 3 @ Milwaukee County Stadium, Milwaukee: 12-3 Yankees 
Game 4 @ Milwaukee County Stadium, Milwaukee: 7-5 Braves 
Game 5 @ Milwaukee County Stadium, Milwaukee: 1-0 Braves 
Game 6 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 3-2 Yankees 
Game 7 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 5-0 Braves 

Managers: Fred Haney, Milwaukee Braves and Casey Stengel, New York Yankees 

World Series MVP: Lew Burdette, Milwaukee Braves 

1958 World Series 

Yankee Pitcher Ryne Duren

New York Yankees (4) Milwaukee Braves (3) 

Game 1 @ Milwaukee County Stadium, Milwaukee: 4-3 Braves 
Game 2 @ Milwaukee County Stadium, Milwaukee: 13-5 Braves 
Game 3 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 4-0 Yankees 
Game 4 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 3-0 Braves 
Game 5 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 7-0 Yankees 
Game 6 @ Milwaukee County Stadium, Milwaukee: 4-3 Yankees 
Game 7 @ Milwaukee County Stadium, Milwaukee: 6-2 Yankees 

Managers: Casey Stengel, New York Yankees and Fred Haney, Milwaukee Braves 

World Series MVP: Bob Turley, New York Yankees 

1959 World Series 

Ted Kluszewski of the Chicago White Sox hits a home run during the 1959 World Series.

Los Angeles Dodgers (4) Chicago White Sox (2) 

Game 1 @ Comiskey Park, Chicago: 11-0 White Sox 
Game 2 @ Comiskey Park, Chicago: 4-3 Dodgers 
Game 3 @ Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles: 3-1 Dodgers 
Game 4 @ Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles: 5-4 Dodgers 
Game 5 @ Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles: 1-0 White Sox 
Game 6 @ Comiskey Park, Chicago: 9-3 Dodgers 

Managers: Walter Alston, Los Angeles Dodgers and Al Lopez, Chicago White Sox 

World Series MVP: Lawrence Sherry, Los Angeles Dodgers 

1960 World Series 

Bill Mazeroski of the Pittsburgh Pirates rounds 3rd base after he hits a walk off home run to win the World Series. That was the only walk off to win a world series except for Joe Carter in 1992.

Pittsburgh Pirates (4) New York Yankees (3) 

Game 1 @ Forbes Field, Pittsburgh: 6-4 Pirates 
Game 2 @ Forbes Field, Pittsburgh: 16-3 Yankees 
Game 3 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 10-0 Yankees 
Game 4 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 3-2 Pirates 
Game 5 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 5-2 Pirates 
Game 6 @ Forbes Field, Pittsburgh: 12-0 Yankees 
Game 7 @ Forbes Field, Pittsburgh: 10-9 Pirates 

Managers: Danny Murtaugh, Pittsburgh Pirates and Casey Stengel, New York Yankees 

World Series MVP: Bill Mazeroski, Pittsburgh Pirates 

1961 World Series 

1961 World Series

New York Yankees (4) Cincinnati Reds (1) 

Game 1 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 2-0 Yankees 
Game 2 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 6-2 Reds 
Game 3 @ Crosley Field, Cincinnati: 3-2 Yankees 
Game 4 @ Crosley Field, Cincinnati: 7-0 Yankees 
Game 5 @ Crosley Field, Cincinnati: 13-5 Yankees 

Managers: Ralph Houk, New York Yankees and Fred Hutchinson, Cincinnati Reds 

World Series MVP: Whitey Ford, New York Yankees 

1962 World Series 

Mickey Mantle (Left) and Willie Mays (Right) during the 1962 World Series.

New York Yankees (4) San Francisco Giants (3) 

Game 1 @ Candlestick Park, San Francisco: 6-2 Yankees 
Game 2 @ Candlestick Park, San Francisco: 2-0 Giants 
Game 3 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 3-2 Yankees 
Game 4 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 7-3 Giants 
Game 5 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 5-3 Yankees 
Game 6 @ Candlestick Park, San Francisco: 5-2 Giants 
Game 7 @ Candlestick Park, San Francisco: 1-0 Yankees 

Managers: Ralph Houk, San Francisco Giants and Alvin Dark, San Francisco Giants

World Series MVP: Ralph Terry, New York Yankees 

1963 World Series 

Sandy Koufax and Johnny Roseboro of the Los Angeles Dodgers after they sweep the Yankees in four games.

Los Angeles Dodgers (4) New York Yankees (0) 

Game 1 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 5-2 Dodgers 
Game 2 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 4-1 Dodgers 
Game 3 @ Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles: 1-0 Dodgers 
Game 4 @ Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles: 2-1 Dodgers 

Managers: Walter Alston, Los Angeles Dodgers and Ralph Houk, New York Yankees 

World Series MVP: Sandy Koufax, Los Angeles Dodgers 

1964 World Series 

Game action of St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Bob Gibson

St. Louis Cardinals (4) New York Yankees (3) 

Game 1 @ Sportsman’s Park, St. Louis: 9-5 Cardinals 
Game 2 @ Sportsman’s Park, St. Louis: 8-3 Yankees 
Game 3 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 2-1 Yankees 
Game 4 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 4-3 Cardinals 
Game 5 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 5-2 Cardinals 
Game 6 @ Sportsman’s Park, St. Louis: 8-3 Yankees 
Game 7 @ Sportsman’s Park, St. Louis: 7-5 Cardinals 

Managers: Johnny Keane, St. Louis Cardinals and Yogi Berra, New York Yankees 

World Series MVP: Bob Gibson, St. Louis Cardinals

1965 World Series 

Dodgers pitcher Sandy Koufax during the 1965 World Series.

Los Angeles Dodgers (4) Minnesota Twins (3) 

Game 1 @ Metropolitan Stadium, Minneapolis: 8-2 Twins 
Game 2 @ Metropolitan Stadium, Minneapolis: 5-1 Twins 
Game 3 @ Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles: 4-0 Dodgers 
Game 4 @ Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles: 7-2 Dodgers 
Game 5 @ Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles: 7-0 Dodgers 
Game 6 @ Metropolitan Stadium, Minneapolis: 5-1 Twins 
Game 7 @ Metropolitan Stadium, Minneapolis: 2-0 Dodgers 

Managers: Walter Alston, Los Angeles Dodgers and Sam Mele, Minnesota Twins 

World Series MVP: Sandy Koufax, Los Angeles Dodgers 

1966 World Series 

Brooks Robinson jumps in the air after the Orioles sweep the Dodgers in 4 games.

Baltimore Orioles (4) Los Angeles Dodgers (0) 

Game 1 @ Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles: 5-2 Orioles 
Game 2 @ Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles: 6-0 Orioles 
Game 3 @ Memorial Stadium, Baltimore: 1-0 Orioles 
Game 4 @ Memorial Stadium, Baltimore: 1-0 Orioles 

Managers: Hank Bauer, Baltimore Orioles and Walter Alston, Los Angeles Dodgers 

World Series MVP: Frank Robinson, Baltimore Orioles 

1967 World Series 

Lou Brock of the St. Louis Cardinals steal third base during the 1967 World Series.

St. Louis Cardinals (4) Boston Red Sox (3) 

Game 1 @ Fenway Park, Boston: 2-1 Cardinals 
Game 2 @ Fenway Park, Boston: 5-0 Red Sox 
Game 3 @ Busch Memorial Stadium, St. Louis: 5-2 Cardinals 
Game 4 @ Busch Memorial Stadium, St. Louis: 6-0 Cardinals 
Game 5 @ Busch Memorial Stadium, St. Louis: 3-1 Red Sox 
Game 6 @ Fenway Park, Boston: 8-4 Red Sox 
Game 7 @ Fenway Park, Boston: 7-2 Cardinals

Managers: Red Schoendienst, St. Louis Cardinals and Dick Williams, Boston Red Sox 

World Series MVP: Bob Gibson, St. Louis Cardinals 

1968 World Series 

Mickey Lolich of the Detroit Tigers delivers a ball during the 1968 World Series.

Detroit Tigers (4) St. Louis Cardinals (3) 

Game 1 @ Busch Memorial Stadium, St. Louis: 4-0 Cardinals 
Game 2 @ Busch Memorial Stadium, St. Louis: 8-1 Tigers 
Game 3 @ Tiger Stadium, Detroit: 7-3 Cardinals 
Game 4 @ Tiger Stadium, Detroit: 10-1 Cardinals 
Game 5 @ Tiger Stadium, Detroit: 5-3 Tigers 
Game 6 @ Busch Memorial Stadium, St. Louis: 13-1 Tigers 
Game 7 @ Busch Memorial Stadium, St. Louis: 4-1 Tigers 

Managers: Mayo Smith, Detroit Tigers and Red Schoendienst, St. Louis Cardinals 

World Series MVP: Mickey Lolich, Detroit Tigers

1969 World Series 

Fans run onto the field when the Mets win the 1969 World Series.

New York Mets (4) Baltimore Orioles (1) 

Game 1 @ Memorial Stadium, Baltimore: 4-1 Orioles 
Game 2 @ Memorial Stadium, Baltimore: 2-1 Mets 
Game 3 @ Shea Stadium, New York: 5-0 Mets 
Game 4 @ Shea Stadium, New York: 2-1 Mets 
Game 5 @ Shea Stadium, New York: 5-3 Mets 

Managers: Gil Hodges, New York Mets and Earl Weaver, Baltimore Orioles 

World Series MVP: Donn Clendenon, New York Mets 

1970 World Series 

The Baltimore Orioles hold up their trophy after winning the 1970 World Series.

Baltimore Orioles (4) Cincinnati Reds (1) 

Game 1 @ Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati: 4-3 Orioles 
Game 2 @ Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati: 6-5 Orioles 
Game 3 @ Memorial Stadium, Baltimore: 9-3 Orioles 
Game 4 @ Memorial Stadium, Baltimore: 6-5 Reds 
Game 5 @ Memorial Stadium, Baltimore: 9-3 Orioles 

Managers: Earl Weaver, Baltimore Orioles and Sparky Anderson, Cincinnati Reds 

World Series MVP: Brooks Robsinson, Baltimore Orioles 

1971 World Series 

Roberto Clemente during the 1971 World Series.

Pittsburgh Pirates (4) Baltimore Orioles (3) 

Game 1 @ Memorial Stadium, Baltimore: 5-3 Orioles 
Game 2 @ Memorial Stadium, Baltimore: 11-3 Orioles 
Game 3 @ Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh: 5-1 Pirates 
Game 4 @ Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh: 4-3 Pirates 
Game 5 @ Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh: 4-0 Pirates 
Game 6 @ Memorial Stadium, Baltimore: 3-2 Orioles 
Game 7 @ Memorial Stadium, Baltimore: 2-1 Pirates 

Managers: Danny Murtaugh, Pittsburgh Pirates and Earl Weaver, Baltimore Orioles 

World Series MVP: Roberto Clemente, Pittsburgh Pirates 

1972 World Series 

Gene Tenace of the Oakland Athletics during the 1972 World Series.

Oakland Athletics (4) Cincinnati Reds (3) 

Game 1 @ Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati: 3-2 Athletics 
Game 2 @ Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati: 2-1 Athletics 
Game 3 @ Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland: 1-0 Reds 
Game 4 @ Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland: 3-2 Athletics 
Game 5 @ Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland: 5-4 Reds 
Game 6 @ Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati: 8-1 Reds 
Game 7 @ Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati: 3-2 Athletics 

Managers: Dick Williams, Oakland Athletics and Sparky Anderson, Cincinnati Reds 

World Series MVP: Gene Tenace, Oakland Athletics 

1973 World Series 

Reggie Jackson during the 1973 World Series.

Oakland Athletics (4) New York Mets (3) 

Game 1 @ Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland: 2-1 Athletics 
Game 2 @ Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland: 10-7 Mets 
Game 3 @ Shea Stadium, New York: 3-2 Athletics 
Game 4 @ Shea Stadium, New York: 6-1 Mets 
Game 5 @ Shea Stadium, New York: 2-0 Mets 
Game 6 @ Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland: 3-1 Athletics 
Game 7 @ Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland: 5-2 Athletics 

Managers: Dick Williams, Oakland Athletics and Yogi Berra, New York Mets 

World Series MVP: Reggie Jackson, Oakland Athletics 

1974 World Series 

Rollie Fingers during the 1974 World Series.

Oakland Athletics (4) Los Angeles Dodgers (1) 

Game 1 @ Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles: 3-2 Athletics 
Game 2 @ Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles: 3-2 Dodgers 
Game 3 @ Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland: 3-2 Athletics 
Game 4 @ Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland: 5-2 Athletics 
Game 5 @ Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland: 3-2 Athletics 

Managers: Alvin Dark, Oakland Athletics and Walter Alston, Los Angeles Dodgers 

World Series MVP: Rollie Fingers, Oakland Athletics 

1975 World Series 

Carlton Fisk hits a home run to win Game 6 of the 1975 World Series. The Boston Red Sox went on to lose the series in Game 7.

Cincinnati Reds (4) Boston Red Sox (3) 

Game 1 @ Fenway Park, Boston: 6-0 Red Sox 
Game 2 @ Fenway Park, Boston: 3-2 Reds 
Game 3 @ Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati: 6-5 Reds 
Game 4 @ Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati: 5-4 Red Sox 
Game 5 @ Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati: 6-2 Reds 
Game 6 @ Fenway Park, Boston: 7-6 Red Sox 
Game 7 @ Fenway Park, Boston: 4-3 Reds 

Managers: Sparky Anderson, Cincinnati Reds and Darrell Johnson, Boston Red Sox 

World Series MVP: Pete Rose, Cincinnati Reds 

1976 World Series 

The Cincinnati Reds team line up for the 1976 World Series.

Cincinnati Reds (4) New York Yankees (0) 

Game 1 @ Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati: 5-1 Reds 
Game 2 @ Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati: 4-3 Reds 
Game 3 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 6-2 Reds 
Game 4 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 7-2 Reds 

Managers: Sparky Anderson, Cincinnati Reds and Billy Martin, New York Yankees 

World Series MVP: Johnny Bench, Cincinnati Reds 

1977 World Series 

Reggie Jackson hits a home run during the 1977 World Series.

New York Yankees (4) Los Angeles Dodgers (2) 

Game 1 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 4-3 Yankees 
Game 2 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 6-1 Dodgers 
Game 3 @ Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles: 5-3 Yankees 
Game 4 @ Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles: 4-2 Yankees 
Game 5 @ Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles: 10-4 Dodgers 
Game 6 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 8-4 Yankees 

Managers: Billy Martin, New York Yankees and Tommy Lasorda, Los Angeles Dodgers 

World Series MVP: Reggie Jackson, New York Yankees 

1978 World Series 

Davey Lopes of the Los Angles Dodgers batting during the 1978 World Series.

New York Yankees (4) Los Angeles Dodgers (2) 

Game 1 @ Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles: 11-5 Dodgers 
Game 2 @ Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles: 4-3 Dodgers 
Game 3 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 5-1 Yankees 
Game 4 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 4-3 Yankees 
Game 5 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 12-2 Yankees 
Game 6 @ Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles: 7-2 Yankees 

Managers: Bob Lemon, New York Yankees and Tommy Lasorda, Los Angeles Dodgers 

World Series MVP: Bucky Dent, New York Yankees 

1979 World Series 

The Pittsburgh Pirates celebrate when the win the World Series.

Pittsburgh Pirates (4) Baltimore Orioles (3) 

Game 1 @ Memorial Stadium, Baltimore: 5-4 Orioles 
Game 2 @ Memorial Stadium, Baltimore: 3-2 Pirates 
Game 3 @ Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh: 8-4 Orioles 
Game 4 @ Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh: 9-6 Orioles 
Game 5 @ Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh: 7-1 Pirates 
Game 6 @ Memorial Stadium, Baltimore: 4-0 Pirates |
Game 7 @ Memorial Stadium, Baltimore: 4-1 Pirates 

Managers: Chuck Tanner, Pittsburgh Pirates and Earl Weaver, Baltimore Orioles 

World Series MVP: Willie Stargell, Pittsburgh Pirates 

1980 World Series 

1980 World Series.

Philadelphia Phillies (4) Kansas City Royals (2) 

Game 1 @ Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia: 7-6 Phillies 
Game 2 @ Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia: 6-4 Phillies 
Game 3 @ Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City: 4-3 Royals 
Game 4 @ Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City: 5-3 Royals 
Game 5 @ Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City: 4-3 Phillies 
Game 6 @ Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia: 4-1 Phillies 

Managers: Dallas Green, Philadelphia Phillies and Jim Frey, Kansas City Royals 

World Series MVP: Mike Schmidt, Philadelphia Phillies 

1981 World Series 

The Los Angeles Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda during the 1981 World Series.

Los Angeles Dodgers (4) New York Yankees (2) 

Game 1 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 5-3 Yankees 
Game 2 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 3-0 Yankees 
Game 3 @ Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles: 5-4 Dodgers 
Game 4 @ Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles: 8-7 Dodgers 
Game 5 @ Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles: 2-1 Dodgers 
Game 6 @ Yankee Stadium. New York: 9-2 Dodgers 

Managers: Tommy Lasorda, Los Angeles Dodgers and Bob Lemon, New York Yankees 

World Series MVP: Ron Cey, Los Angeles Dodgers 

1982 World Series 

1982 World Series.

St. Louis Cardinals (4) Milwaukee Brewers (3) 

Game 1 @ Busch Memorial Stadium, St. Louis: 10-0 Brewers 
Game 2 @ Busch Memorial Stadium, St. Louis: 5-4 Cardinals 
Game 3 @ Milwaukee County Stadium, Milwaukee: 6-2 Cardinals 
Game 4 @ Milwaukee County Stadium, Milwaukee: 7-5 Brewers 
Game 5 @ Milwaukee County Stadium, Milwaukee: 6-4 Brewers
Game 6 @ Busch Memorial Stadium, St. Louis: 13-1 Cardinals 
Game 7 @ Busch Memorial Stadium, St. Louis: 6-3 Cardinals 

Managers: Whitey Herzog, St. Louis Cardinals and Harvey Kuenn, Milwaukee Brewers 

World Series MVP: Darrell Porter, St. Louis Cardinals 

1983 World Series 

1983 World Series.

Baltimore Orioles (4) Philadelphia Phillies (1) 

Game 1 @ Memorial Stadium, Baltimore: 2-1 Phillies 
Game 2 @ Memorial Stadium, Baltimore: 4-1 Orioles 
Game 3 @ Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia: 3-2 Orioles 
Game 4 @ Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia: 5-4 Orioles 
Game 5 @ Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia: 5-0 Orioles 

Managers: Joe Altobelli, Baltimore Orioles and Paul Owens, Philadelphia Phillies 

World Series MVP: Rick Dempsey, Baltimore Orioles 

1984 World Series 

Lance Trammell during the 1984 World Series.

Detroit Tigers (4) San Diego Padres (1) 

Game 1 @ Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego: 3-2 Tigers 
Game 2 @ Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego: 5-3 Padres 
Game 3 @ Tiger Stadium, Detroit: 5-2 Tigers 
Game 4 @ Tiger Stadium, Detroit: 4-2 Tigers 
Game 5 @ Tiger Stadium, Detroit: 8-4 Tigers 

Managers: Spark Anderson, Detroit Tigers and Dick Williams, San Diego Padres 

World Series MVP: Alan Trammell, Detroit Tigers 

1985 World Series 

1985 World Series.

Kansas City Royals (4) St. Louis Cardinals (3) 

Game 1 @ Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City: 3-1 Cardinals 
Game 2 @ Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City: 4-2 Cardinals 
Game 3 @ Busch Memorial Stadium, St. Louis: 6-1 Royals 
Game 4 @ Busch Memorial Stadium, St. Louis: 3-0 Cardinals 
Game 5 @ Busch Memorial Stadium, St. Louis: 6-1 Royals 
Game 6 @ Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City: 2-1 Royals 
Game 7 @ Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City: 11-0 Royals 

Managers: Dick Howser, Kansas City Royals and Whitey Herzog, St. Louis Cardinals 

World Series MVP: Bret Saberhagen, Kansas City Royals 

1986 World Series 

Ray Knight of the New York Mets scored off an error by Boston Red Sox players’ Bill Buckner. That caused the New York Mets to win Game 6 of the World Series.

New York Mets (4) Boston Red Sox (3) 

Game 1 @ Shea Stadium, New York: 1-0 Red Sox 
Game 2 @ Shea Stadium, New York: 9-3 Red Sox 
Game 3 @ Fenway Park, Boston: 7-1 Mets 
Game 4 @ Fenway Park, Boston: 6-2 Mets 
Game 5 @ Fenway Park, Boston: 4-2 Red Sox 
Game 6 @ Shea Stadium, New York: 6-5 Mets 
Game 7 @ Shea Stadium, New York: 8-5 Mets 

Managers: Davey Johnson, New York Mets and John McNamara, Boston Red Sox 

World Series MVP: Ray Knight, New York Mets 

1987 World Series 

Kirby Puckett during the 1987 World Series.

Minnesota Twins (4) St. Louis Cardinals (3) 

Game 1 @ The Metrodome, Minneapolis: 10-1 Twins 
Game 2 @ The Metrodome, Minneapolis: 8-4 Twins 
Game 3 @ Busch Memorial Stadium, St. Louis: 3-1 Cardinals 
Game 4 @ Busch Memorial Stadium, St. Louis: 7-2 Cardinals 
Game 5 @ Busch Memorial Stadium, St. Louis: 4-2 Cardinals 
Game 6 @ The Metrodome, Minneapolis: 11-5 Twins 
Game 7 @ The Metrodome, Minneapolis: 4-2 Twins 

Managers: Tom Kelly, Minnesota Twins and Whitey Herzog, St. Louis Cardinals 

World Series MVP: Frank Viola, Minnesota Twins 

1988 World Series 

Kirk Gibson hits a home run during the 1988 World Series.

Los Angeles Dodgers (4) Oakland Athletics (1) 

Game 1 @ Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles: 5-4 Dodgers 
Game 2 @ Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles: 6-0 Dodgers 
Game 3 @ Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland: 2-1 Athletics 
Game 4 @ Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland: 4-3 Dodgers 
Game 5 @ Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland: 5-2 Dodgers 

Managers: Tommy Lasorda, Los Angeles Dodgers and Tony LaRussa, Oakland Athletics 

World Series MVP: Orel Hershier, Los Angeles Dodgers 

1989 World Series 

An earthquake hit Candlestick Park in San Francisco that postponed the rest of the World Series for 12 days.

Oakland Athletics (4) San Francisco Giants (0) 

Game 1 @ Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland: 5-0 Athletics 
Game 2 @ Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland: 5-1 Athletics 
Game 3 @ Candlestick Park, San Francisco: 13-7 Athletics 
Game 4 @ Candlestick Park, San Francisco: 9-6 Athletics 

Managers: Tony LaRussa, Oakland Athletics and Roger Craig, San Francisco Giants 

World Series MVP: Dave Stewart, Oakland Athletics 

1990 World Series 

1990 Cincinnati Reds team.

Cincinnati Reds (4) Oakland Athletics (0) 

Game 1 @ Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati: 7-0 Reds 
Game 2 @ Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati: 5-4 Reds 
Game 3 @ Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland: 8-3 Reds 
Game 4 @ Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland: 2-1 Reds 

Managers: Lou Piniella, Cincinnati Reds and Tony LaRussa, Oakland Athletics 

World Series MVP: Rose Rijo, Cincinnati Reds 

1991 World Series 

Jack Morris during the 1991 World Series.

Minnesota Twins (4) Atlanta Braves (3) 

Game 1 @ The Metrodome, Minneapolis: 5-2 Twins 
Game 2 @ The Metrodome, Minneapolis: 3-2 Twins 
Game 3 @ Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium, Atlanta: 5-4 Braves 
Game 4 @ Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium, Atlanta: 3-2 Braves 
Game 5 @ Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium, Atlanta: 14-5 Braves 
Game 6 @ The Metrodome, Minneapolis: 4-3 Twins 
Game 7 @ The Metrodome, Minneapolis: 1-0 Twins 

Managers: Tom Kelly, Minnesota Twins and Bobby Cox, Atlanta Braves 

World Series MVP: Jack Morris, Minnesota Twins 

1992 World Series 

The Toronto Blue Jays celebrate when they win the 1992 World Series.

Toronto Blue Jays (4) Atlanta Braves (2) 

Game 1 @ Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium, Atlanta: 3-1 Braves 
Game 2 @ Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium, Atlanta: 5-4 Blue Jays 
Game 3 @ The Skydome, Toronto: 3-2 Blue Jays 
Game 4 @ The Skydome, Toronto: 2-1 Blue Jays 
Game 5 @ The Skydome, Toronto: 7-2 Braves 
Game 6 @ Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium, Atlanta: 4-3 Blue Jays 

Managers: Cito Gaston, Toronto Blue Jays and Bobby Cox, Atlanta Braves 

World Series MVP: Pat Borders, Toronto Blue Jays 

1993 World Series 

Joe Carter of the Toronto Blue Jays hit a walk off home run in Game 6 to win the Series.

Toronto Blue Jays (4) Philadelphia Phillies (2) 

Game 1 @ The Skydome, Toronto: 8-5 Blue Jays 
Game 2 @ The Skydome, Toronto: 6-4 Phillies 
Game 3 @ Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia: 10-3 Blue Jays 
Game 4 @ Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia: 15-14 Blue Jays 
Game 5 @ Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia: 2-0 Phillies 
Game 6 @ The Skydome, Toronto: 8-6 Blue Jays 

Managers: Cito Gaston, Toronto Blue Jays and Jim Fregosi, Philadelphia Phillies 

World Series MVP: Paul Molitor, Toronto Blue Jays 

1994 Champion 

1994 Montreal Expos team.

(No World Series due to players’ strike) 

First Place in National League: Montreal Expos, 74 Wins; 40 Losses 

First Place in American League: New York Yankees, 70 Wins; 43 Losses 

Second Place in Both Leagues: Atlanta Braves, 68 Wins; 46 Losses 

Last Place in Both Leagues: San Diego Padres, 47 Wins; 70 Losses 

1995 World Series 

Tom Glavine of the Atlanta Braves during the 1995 World Series.

Atlanta Braves (4) Cleveland Indians (2) 

Game 1 @ Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium, Atlanta: 3-2 Braves 
Game 2 @ Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium, Atlanta: 4-3 Braves 
Game 3 @ Progressive Field, Cleveland: 7-6 Indians 
Game 4 @ Progressive Field, Cleveland: 5-2 Braves 
Game 5 @ Progressive Field, Cleveland: 5-4 Indians 
Game 6 @ Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium, Atlanta: 1-0 Braves 

Managers: Bobby Cox, Atlanta Braves and Mike Hargrove, Cleveland Indians 

World Series MVP: Tom Glavine, Atlanta Braves 

1996 World Series 

Yankees player Charlie Hayes makes the catch and the Yankees win the World Series.

New York Yankees (4) Atlanta Braves (2) 

Game 1 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 12-1 Braves 
Game 2 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 4-0 Braves 
Game 3 @ Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium, Atlanta: 5-2 Yankees 
Game 4 @ Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium, Atlanta: 8-6 Yankees 
Game 5 @ Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium, Atlanta: 1-0 Yankees 
Game 6 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 3-2 Yankees 

Managers: Joe Torre, New York Yankees and Bobby Cox, Atlanta Braves 

World Series MVP: John Wetteland, New York Yankees 

1997 World Series 

The Florida Marlins win the World Series after Edgar Renteria hits a walk-off single.

Florida Marlins (4) Cleveland Indians (3) 

Game 1 @ Hard Rock Stadium, Miami: 7-4 Marlins 
Game 2 @ Hard Rock Stadium, Miami: 6-1 Indians 
Game 3 @ Progressive Field, Cleveland: 14-11 Marlins 
Game 4 @ Progressive Field, Cleveland: 10-3 Indians 
Game 5 @ Progressive Field, Cleveland: 8-7 Marlins 
Game 6 @ Hard Rock Stadium, Miami: 4-1 Indians 
Game 7 @ Hard Rock Stadium, Miami: 3-2 Marlins 

Managers: Jim Leyland, Florida Marlins and Mike Hargrove, Cleveland Indians 

World Series MVP: Livan Hernandez, Florida Marlins 

1998 World Series 

Tony Gwynn during the 1998 World Series.

New York Yankees (4) San Diego Padres (0) 

Game 1 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 9-6 Yankees 
Game 2 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 9-3 Yankees 
Game 3 @ Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego: 5-4 Yankees 
Game 4 @ Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego: 3-0 Yankees 

Managers: Joe Torre, New York Yankees and Bruce Bochy, San Diego Padres

 World Series MVP: Scott Brosius, New York Yankees 

1999 World Series 

Mariano Riviera during the 1999 World Series.

New York Yankees (4) Atlanta Braves (0) 

Game 1 @ Turner Field, Atlanta: 4-1 Yankees 
Game 2 @ Turner Field, Atlanta: 7-2 Yankees 
Game 3 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 6-5 Yankees 
Game 4 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 4-1 Yankees 

Managers: Joe Torre, New York Yankees and Bobby Cox, Atlanta Braves 

World Series MVP: Mariano Riviera, New York Yankees 

2000 World Series 

2000 World Series

New York Yankees (4) New York Mets (1) 

Game 1 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 4-3 Yankees 
Game 2 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 6-5 Yankees 
Game 3 @ Shea Stadium, New York: 4-2 Mets 
Game 4 @ Shea Stadium, New York: 3-2 Yankees 
Game 5 @ Shea Stadium, New York: 4-2 Yankees 

Managers: Joe Torre, New York Yankees and Bobby Valentine, New York Mets 

World Series MVP: Derek Jeter, New York Yankees 

2001 World Series 

2001 World Series, right before the World Series was ended by a walk off hit.

Arizona Diamondbacks (4) New York Yankees (3) 

Game 1 @ Chase Field, Phoenix: 9-1 Diamondbacks 
Game 2 @ Chase Field, Phoenix: 4-0 Diamondbacks 
Game 3 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 2-1 Yankees 
Game 4 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 4-3 Yankees 
Game 5 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 3-2 Yankees 
Game 6 @ Chase Field, Phoenix: 15-2 Diamondbacks 
Game 7 @ Chase Field, Phoenix: 3-2 Diamondbacks 

Managers: Bob Brenly, Arizona Diamondbacks and Joe Torre, New York Yankees 

World Series MVP: Randy Johnson, Arizona Diamondbacks 

2002 World Series 

Reggie Sanders during the 2002 World Series.

Anaheim Angels (4) San Francisco Giants (3) 

Game 1 @ Angel Stadium, Anaheim: 4-3 Giants 
Game 2 @ Angel Stadium, Anaheim: 11-10 Angels 
Game 3 @ Oracle Park, San Francisco: 10-4 Angels 
Game 4 @ Oracle Park, San Francisco: 4-3 Giants 
Game 5 @ Oracle Park, San Francisco: 16-4 Giants 
Game 6 @ Angel Stadium, Anaheim: 6-5 Angels 
Game 7 @ Angel Stadium, Anaheim: 4-1 Angels 

Managers: Mike Scioscia, Anaheim Angels and Dusty Baker, San Francisco Giants 

World Series MVP: Troy Glaus, Anaheim Angels 

2003 World Series 

Miguel Cabrera during the 2003 World Series in his rookie year.

Florida Marlins (4) New York Yankees (2) 

Game 1 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 3-2 Marlins 
Game 2 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 6-1 Yankees 
Game 3 @ Hard Rock Stadium, Miami: 6-1 Yankees 
Game 4 @ Hard Rock Stadium, Miami: 4-3 Marlins 
Game 5 @ Hard Rock Stadium, Miami: 6-4 Marlins 
Game 6 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 2-0 Marlins 

Managers: Jack McKeon, Florida Marlins and Joe Torre, New York Yankees 

World Series MVP: Josh Beckett, Florida Marlins 

2004 World Series 

David Ortiz during the 2004 World Series.

Boston Red Sox (4) St. Louis Cardinals (0) 

Game 1 @ Fenway Park, Boston: 11-9 Red Sox 
Game 2 @ Fenway Park, Boston: 6-2 Red Sox 
Game 3 @ Busch Memorial Stadium, St. Louis: 4-1 Red Sox 
Game 4 @ Busch Memorial Stadium, St. Louis: 3-0 Red Sox 

Managers: Terry Francona, Boston Red Sox and Tony LaRussa, St. Louis Cardinals 

World Series MVP: Manny Ramirez, Boston Red Sox 

2005 World Series 

2005 World Series Chicago White Sox champions.

Chicago White Sox (4) Houston Astros (0) 

Game 1 @ Guaranteed Rate Field, Chicago: 5-3 White Sox 
Game 2 @ Guaranteed Rate Field, Chicago: 7-6 White Sox 
Game 3 @ Minute Maid Park, Houston: 7-5 White Sox 
Game 4 @ Minute Maid Park, Houston: 1-0 White Sox 

Managers: Ozzie Guillen, Chicago White Sox and Phil Garner, Houston Astros 

World Series MVP: Jermaine Dye, Chicago White Sox 

2006 World Series 

Comerica Park during the 2006 World Series

St. Louis Cardinals (4) Detroit Tigers (1) 

Game 1 @ Comerica Park, Detroit: 7-2 Cardinals 
Game 2 @ Comerica Park, Detroit: 3-1 Tigers 
Game 3 @ Busch Stadium, St. Louis: 5-0 Cardinals 
Game 4 @ Busch Stadium, St. Louis: 5-4 Cardinals 
Game 5 @ Busch Stadium, St. Louis: 4-2 Cardinals 

Managers: Tony LaRussa, St. Louis Cardinals and Jim Leyland, Detroit Tigers 

World Series MVP: David Eckstein, St. Louis Cardinals 

2007 World Series 

Dustin Pedoria of the Boston Red Sox hits a home run during Game 1 of the 2007 World Series. The Red Sox went on to sweep the Rockies in four games.

Boston Red Sox (4) Colorado Rockies (0) 

Game 1 @ Fenway Park, Boston: 13-1 Red Sox 
Game 2 @ Fenway Park, Boston: 2-1 Red Sox 
Game 3 @ Coors Field, Denver: 10-5 Red Sox 
Game 4 @ Coors Field, Denver: 4-3 Red Sox 

Managers: Terry Francona, Boston Red Sox and Clint Hurdle, Colorado Rockies 

World Series MVP: Mike Lowell, Boston Red Sox 

2008 World Series 

Phillies pitcher Brad Lidge celebrates when the Phillies won their first world series since 1980.

Philadelphia Phillies (4) Tampa Bay Rays (1) 

Game 1 @ Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg: 3-2 Phillies 
Game 2 @ Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg: 4-2 Rays 
Game 3 @ Citizens Bank Park, Philadelphia: 5-4 Phillies 
Game 4 @ Citizens Bank Park, Philadelphia: 10-2 Phillies 
Game 5 @ Citizens Bank Park, Philadelphia: 4-3 Phillies 

Managers: Charlie Manuel, Philadelphia Phillies and Joe Maddon, Tampa Bay Rays 

World Series MVP: Cole Hamels, Philadelphia Phillies 

2009 World Series 

Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter hold up his World Series trophy after the Yankees beat the Phillies in 6 games.

New York Yankees (4) Philadelphia Phillies (2) 

Game 1 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 6-1 Phillies 
Game 2 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 3-1 Yankees 
Game 3 @ Citizens Bank Park, Philadelphia: 8-5 Yankees 
Game 4 @ Citizens Bank Park, Philadelphia: 7-4 Yankees 
Game 5 @ Citizens Bank Park, Philadelphia: 8-6 Phillies 
Game 6 @ Yankee Stadium, New York: 7-3 Yankees 

Managers: Joe Girardi, New York Yankees and Charlie Manuel, Philadelphia Phillies 

World Series MVP: Hideki Matsui, New York Yankees 

2010 World Series 

Oracle Park in San Francisco, during the 2010 World Series.

San Francisco Giants (4) Texas Rangers (1) 

Game 1 @ Oracle Park, San Francisco: 11-7 Giants 
Game 2 @ Oracle Park, San Francisco: 9-0 Giants 
Game 3 @ Globe Life Park in Arlington, Arlington: 4-2 Rangers 
Game 4 @ Globe Life Park in Arlington, Arlington: 4-0 Giants 
Game 5 @ Globe Life Park in Arlington, Arlington : 3-1 Giants 

Managers: Bruce Bochy, San Francisco Giants and Ron Washington, Texas Rangers 

World Series MVP: Edgar Renteria, San Francisco Giants 

2011 World Series 

Albert Pujols during the 2011 World Series.

St. Louis Cardinals (4) Texas Rangers (3) 

Game 1 @ Busch Stadium, St. Louis: 3-2 Cardinals 
Game 2 @ Busch Stadium, St. Louis: 2-1 Rangers 
Game 3 @ Globe Life Park in Arlington, Arlington: 16-7 Cardinals 
Game 4 @ Globe Life Park in Arlington, Arlington: 4-0 Rangers 
Game 5 @ Globe Life Park in Arlington, Arlington: 4-2 Rangers
Game 6 @ Busch Stadium, St. Louis: 10-9 Cardinals 
Game 7 @ Busch Stadium, St. Louis: 6-2 Cardinals 

Managers: Tony LaRussa, St. Louis Cardinals and Ron Washington, Texas Rangers 

World Series MVP: David Freese, St. Louis Cardinals 

2012 World Series 

Justin Verlander and Buster Posey during the 2012 World Series.

San Francisco Giants (4) Detroit Tigers (0) 

Game 1 @ Oracle Park, San Francisco: 8-3 Giants 
Game 2 @ Oracle Park, San Francisco: 2-0 Giants 
Game 3 @ Comerica Park, Detroit: 2-0 Giants 
Game 4 @ Comerica Park, Detroit: 4-3 Giants 

Managers: Bruce Bochy, San Francisco Giants and Jim Leyland, Detroit Tigers 

World Series MVP: Pablo Sandoval, San Francisco Giants 

2013 World Series 

The national anthem is played before the start of the 2013 World Series.

Boston Red Sox (4) St. Louis Cardinals (2) 

Game 1 @ Fenway Park, Boston: 8-1 Red Sox 
Game 2 @ Fenway Park, Boston: 4-2 Cardinals 
Game 3 @ Busch Stadium, St. Louis: 5-4 Cardinals 
Game 4 @ Busch Stadium, St. Louis: 4-2 Red Sox 
Game 5 @ Busch Stadium, St. Louis: 3-1 Red Sox 
Game 6 @ Fenway Park, Boston: 6-1 Red Sox 

Managers: John Farrell, Boston Red Sox and Mike Matheny, St. Louis Cardinals 

World Series MVP: David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox 

2014 World Series 

Salvador Perez, the Kansas City Royals catcher, bats during the 2014 World Series.

San Francisco Giants (4) Kansas City Royals (3) 

Game 1 @ Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City: 7-1 Giants 
Game 2 @ Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City: 7-2 Royals 
Game 3 @ Oracle Park, San Francisco: 3-2 Royals 
Game 4 @ Oracle Park, San Francisco: 11-4 Giants 
Game 5 @ Oracle Park, San Francisco: 5-0 Giants 
Game 6 @ Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City: 10-0 Royals 
Game 7 @ Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City: 3-2 Giants 

Managers: Bruce Bochy, San Francisco Giants and Ned Yost, Kansas City Royals 

World Series MVP: Madison Bumgarner, San Francisco Giants 

2015 World Series 

The Kansas City Royals celebrate after winning the World Series for the first time since 1980.

Kansas City Royals (4) New York Mets (1) 

Game 1 @ Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City: 5-4 Royals 
Game 2 @ Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City: 7-1 Royals 
Game 3 @ Citi Field, New York: 9-3 Mets 
Game 4 @ Citi Field, New York: 5-3 Royals 
Game 5 @ Citi Field, New York: 7-2 Royals 

Managers: Ned Yost, Kansas City Royals and Terry Collins, New York Mets 

World Series MVP: Salvador Perez, Kansas City Royals

2016 World Series 

The Chicago Cubs celebrate after winning the World Series for the first time in 108 Years.

Chicago Cubs (4) Cleveland Indians (3) 

Game 1 @ Progressive Field, Cleveland: 6-0 Indians 
Game 2 @ Progressive Field, Cleveland: 5-1 Cubs 
Game 3 @ Wrigley Field, Chicago: 1-0 Indians 
Game 4 @ Wrigley Field, Chicago: 7-2 Indians 
Game 5 @ Wrigley Field, Chicago: 3-2 Cubs 
Game 6 @ Progressive Field, Cleveland: 9-3 Cubs 
Game 7 @ Progressive Field, Cleveland: 8-7 Cubs 

Managers: Joe Maddon, Chicago Cubs and Terry Franconca, Cleveland Indians 

World Series MVP: Ben Zobrist, Chicago Cubs 

2017 World Series 

The 2017 World Series was the first World Series championship in their Franchise for the Houston Astros.

Houston Astros (4) Los Angeles Dodgers (3) 

Game 1 @ Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles: 3-1 Dodgers 
Game 2 @ Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles: 7-6 Astros 
Game 3 @ Minute Maid Park, Houston: 5-3 Astros 
Game 4 @ Minute Maid Park, Houston: 6-2 Dodgers 
Game 5 @ Minute Maid Park, Houston: 13-12 Astros 
Game 6 @ Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles: 3-1 Dodgers 
Game 7 @ Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles: 5-1 Astros 

Managers: A.J. Hinch, Houston Astros and Dave Roberts, Los Angeles Dodgers 

World Series MVP: George Springer, Houston Astros 

2018 World Series 

Andrew Benintendi, Eduardo Nunez, and Mookie Betts, during game one of the 2018 World Series.

Boston Red Sox (4) Los Angeles Dodgers (1) 

Game 1 @ Fenway Park, Boston: 8-4 Red Sox 
Game 2 @ Fenway Park, Boston: 4-2 Red Sox 
Game 3 @ Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles: 3-2 Dodgers 
Game 4 @ Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles: 9-6 Red Sox 
Game 5 @ Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles: 5-1 Red Sox 

Managers: Alex Cora, Boston Red Sox and Dave Roberts, Los Angeles Dodgers 

World Series MVP: Steve Pearce, Boston Red Sox 

2019 World Series 

Nationals manager Dave Martinez is thrown out of the game for arguing during the 2019 World Series.

Washington Nationals (4) Houston Astros (3) 

Game 1 @ Minute Maid Park, Houston: 5-4 Nationals 
Game 2 @ Minute Maid Park, Houston: 12-3 Nationals 
Game 3 @ Nationals Park, Washington DC: 4-1 Astros 
Game 4 @ Nationals Park, Washington DC: 8-1 Astros 
Game 5 @ Nationals Park, Washington DC: 7-1 Astros 
Game 6 @ Minute Maid Park, Houston: 7-2 Nationals 
Game 7 @ Minute Maid Park, Houston: 6-2 Nationals 

Managers: Dave Martinez, Washington Nationals and A.J. Hinch, Houston Astros 

World Series MVP: Stephen Strasburg, Washington Nationals 

2020 World Series 

Corey Seager during the 2020 World Series. He was the MVP of the series.

Los Angeles Dodgers (4) Tampa Bay Rays (2) 

Game 1 @ Globe Life Field, Arlington: 8-3 Dodgers (The reason it was played in Arlington was because they wanted to try out the Ranger’s newly built field) 
Game 2 @ Globe Life Field, Arlington: 6-4 Rays 
Game 3 @ Globe Life Field, Arlington: 6-2 Dodgers 
Game 4 @ Globe Life Field, Arlington: 8-7 Rays 
Game 5 @ Globe Life Field, Arlington: 4-2 Dodgers 
Game 6 @ Globe Life Field, Arlington: 3-1 Dodgers 

Managers: Dave Roberts, Los Angeles Dodgers and Kevin Cash, Tampa Bay Rays 

World Series MVP: Corey Seager, Los Angeles Dodgers 

2021 Postseason Prediction

American League Wild Card Game: Tampa Bay Rays (1) – Oakland Athletics (0)
National League Wild Card Game: San Diego Padres (1) – Los Angeles Dodgers (0)
American League Divisional Series: Houston Astros (3) – Boston Red Sox (2)
National League Divisional Series: San Francisco Giants (3) – New York Mets (1)
American League Divisional Series: Chicago White Sox (3) – Tampa Bay Rays (2)
National League Divisional Series: San Diego Padres (3) – Milwaukee Brewers (1)
American League Championship Series: Houston Astros (4) – Chicago White Sox (2)
National League Championship Series: San Diego Padres (4) – San Francisco Giants (3)
2021 World Series: Houston Astros (4) – San Diego Padres (3)

Players with the most Strikeouts in M.L.B. Part 2

26. David Cone
27. Chuck Finley
28. Tom Glavine
29. Clayton Kershaw
30. Warren Spahn
31. Bob Feller
32. Tim Keefe
33. Cole Hamels
34. Jerry Koosman
35. Javier Vazquez
36. Bartolo Colon
37. Felix Hernadex
38. A.J. Burnett
39. Christy Matthewson
40. Don Drysdale
41. Jack Morris
42. Mark Langston
43. Jim Kaat
44. Sam McDowell
45. Andy Peittitte
46. Jamie Moyer
47. Jon Lester
48. Luis Tiant
49. Dennis Eckersley
50. Kevin Brown

David Cone

David Cone with the Toronto Blue Jays.

Strikeouts: 2,688
E.R.A.: 3.46
Win-Loss Record: 194-126
Games Pitched: 450
World Series: 1992, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000
Teams: Kansas City Royals, New York Mets, Toronto Blue Jays, New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox
Years: 1986- 2003

Chuck Finley

Chuck Finley on the California Angels.

Strikeouts: 2,610
E.R.A.: 3.85
Win-Loss Record: 200-173
Games Pitched: 524
World Series: None
Teams: California Angels/Anaheim Angels, Cleveland Indians, St. Louis Cardinals
Years: 1986- 2002

Tom Glavine

Tom Glavine with the Atlanta Braves.

Strikeouts: 2,607
E.R.A.: 3.54
Win-Loss Record: 305-203
Games Pitched: 682
World Series: 1991, 1992, 1995, 1996, 1999
Teams: Atlanta Braves, New York Mets
Years: 1987- 2008
Hall of Fame: 2014

Clayton Kershaw

Clayton Kershaw.

Strikeouts: 2,603
E.R.A.: 2.46
Win-Loss Record: 182-80
Games Pitched: 369
World Series: 2017, 2018, 2020
Teams: Los Angeles Dodgers
Years: 2008- 

Warren Spahn

Warren Spahn on the Boston Braves in 1955.

Strikeouts: 2,583
E.R.A.: 3.09
Win-Loss Record: 363-245
Games Pitched: 750
World Series: 1948, 1957, 1958
Teams: Boston Braves, Milwaukee Braves, New York Mets, San Francisco Giants
Years: 1942; 1946- 1965
Hall of Fame: 1973

Bob Feller

Bob Feller.

Strikeouts: 2,581
E.R.A.: 3.25
Win-Loss Record: 266-162
Games Pitched: 570
World Series: 1948, 1954
Teams: Cleveland Indians
Years: 1936- 1941; 1945- 1956
Hall of Fame: 1962

Tim Keefe

Tim Keefe with the New York Giants.

Strikeouts: 2,564
E.R.A.: 2.63
Win-Loss Record: 324-225
Games Pitched: 600
World Series: None
Teams: Troy Trojans, New York Metropolitans, New York Giants, Philadelphia Phillies
Years: 1880- 1893
Hall of Fame: 1964 

Cole Hamels

Cole Hamels on the Texas Rangers.

Strikeouts: 2,560
E.R.A.: 3.43
Win-Loss Record: 163-122
Games Pitched: 423
World Series: 2008, 2009|
Teams: Philadelphia Phillies, Texas Rangers, Chicago Cubs, Atlanta Braves
Years: 2006- 2020

Jerry Koosman

Jerry Koosman with the New York Mets.

Strikeouts: 2,556
E.R.A.: 3.36
Win-Loss Record: 222-209
Games Pitched: 612
World Series: 1969, 1973
Teams: New York Mets, Minnesota Twins, Chicago White Sox, Philadelphia Phillies
Years: 1967- 1985

Javier Vazquez

Javier Vazquez on the Montreal Expos.

Strikeouts: 2,536
E.R.A.: 4.22
Win-Loss Record: 165-160
Games Pitched: 450
World Series: None
Teams: Montreal Expos, New York Yankees, Arizona Diamondbacks, Chicago White Sox, Atlanta Braves, Florida Marlins
Years: 1998- 2011

Bartolo Colon

Bartolo Colon pitching for the New York Mets.

Strikeouts: 2,535
E.R.A.: 4.12
Win-Loss Record: 247-188
Games Pitched: 552
World Series: 1997, 2015
Teams: Cleveland Indians, Montreal Expos, Chicago White Sox, Anaheim Angels/Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Boston Red Sox, New York Yankees, Oakland Athletics, New York Mets, Atlanta Braves, Minnesota Twins, Texas Rangers
Years: 1997- 2018

Felix Hernandez

Felix Fernandez pitching in his final season of 2019.

Strikeouts: 2,524
E.R.A.: 3.42
Win-Loss Record: 169-136
Games Pitched: 419
World Series: None
Teams: Seattle Mariners
Years: 2005- 2019

A.J. Burnett

A.J. Burnett with the Pittsburgh Pirates in 2013.

Strikeouts: 2,513
E.R.A.: 3.99
Win-Loss Record: 164-157
Games Pitched: 435
World Series: 2003, 2009
Teams: Florida Marlins, Toronto Blue Jays, New York Yankees, Pittsburgh Pirates, Philadelphia Phillies
Years: 1999- 2015

Christy Matthewson

Christy Matthewson pitching for the New York Giants in the 1905 World Series.

Strikeouts: 2,507
E.R.A.: 2.13
Win-Loss Record: 373-188
World Series: 1905, 1911, 1912, 1913
Teams: New York Giants, Cincinnati Reds
Years: 1900- 1917
Hall of Fame: 1936

Don Drysdale

Don Drysdale on the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Strikeouts: 2,486
E.R.A.: 2.95
Win-Loss Record: 209-166
Games Pitched: 518
World Series: 1956, 1959, 1963, 1965, 1966
Teams: Brooklyn Dodgers, Los Angeles Dodgers
Years: 1956- 1969
Hall of Fame: 1984

Jack Morris

Jack Morris with the Detroit Tigers.

Strikeouts: 2,478
E.R.A.: 3.90
Win-Loss Record: 254-186
Games Pitched: 549
World Series: 1984, 1991, 1992, 1993
Teams: Detroit Tigers, Minnesota Twins, Toronto Blue Jays, Cleveland Indians
Years: 1977- 1994
Hall of Fame: 2018

Mark Langston

Mark Langston on the Anaheim Angels.

Strikeouts: 2,464
E.R.A.: 3.97
Win-Loss Record: 179-158
Games Pitched: 457
World Series: 1998
Teams: Seattle Mariners, Montreal Expos, California Angels/Anaheim Angels, San Diego Padres, Cleveland Indians
Years: 1984- 1999

Jim Kaat

Jim Kaat with the Washington Senators in his Rookie Year of 1959.

Strikeouts: 2,461
E.R.A.: 3.45
Win-Loss Record: 283-237
Games Pitched: 898
World Series: 1965, 1982
Teams: Washington Senators, Minnesota Twins, Chicago White Sox, Philadelphia Phillies, New York Yankees, St. Louis Cardinals
Years: 1959- 1983

Sam McDowell

Sam McDowell on the Cleveland Indians.

Strikeouts: 2,453
E.R.A.: 3.17
Win-Loss Record: 141-134
Games Pitched: 425
World Series: None
Teams: Cleveland Indians, San Francisco Giants, New York Yankees, Pittsburgh Pirates
Years: 1961- 1975

Andy Pettitte

Andy Pettitte with the New York Yankees.

Strikeouts: 2,448
E.R.A.: 3.85
Win-Loss Record: 256-153
Games Pitched: 531
World Series: 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2009
Teams: New York Yankees, Houston Astros
Years: 1995- 2013

Jamie Moyer

Jamie Moyer pitching for the Philadelphia Phillies.

Strikeouts: 2,441
E.R.A.: 4.25
Win-Loss Record: 269-209
Games Pitched: 696
World Series: 2008, 2009
Teams: Chicago Cubs, Texas Rangers, St. Louis Cardinals, Baltimore Orioles, Boston Red Sox, Seattle Mariners, Philadelphia Phillies, Colorado Rockies
Years: 1986- 2012

Jon Lester

Jon Lester pitching for the Washington Nationals in the 2021 season.

Strikeouts: 2,424
E.R.A.: 3.61
Win-Loss Record: 193-113
Games Pitched: 432
World Series: 2007, 2013, 2016
Teams: Boston Red Sox, Oakland Athletics, Chicago Cubs, Washington Nationals
Years: 2006-

Luis Tiant

Luis Tiant on the Boston Red Sox.

Strikeouts: 2,416
E.R.A.: 3.30
Win-Loss Record: 229-172Games Pitched: 573
World Series: 1975
Teams: Cleveland Indians, Minnesota Twins, Boston Red Sox, New York Yankees, Pittsburgh Pirates, California Angels
Years: 1964- 1982

Dennis Eckersley

Dennis Eckersley with the Oakland Athletics.

Strikeouts: 2,401
E.R.A.: 3.50
Win-Loss Record: 197-171
Games Pitched: 1,071
World Series: 1988, 1989, 1990
Teams: Cleveland Indians, Boston Red Sox, Chicago Cubs, Oakland Athletics, St. Louis Cardinals
Years: 1975- 1998
Hall of Fame: 2004

Kevin Brown

Kevin Brown pitching for the Texas Rangers.

Strikeouts: 2,397
E.R.A.: 3.28
Win-Loss Record: 211-144
Games Pitched: 486
World Series: 1997, 1998
Teams: Texas Rangers, Baltimore Orioles, Florida Marlins, San Diego Padres, Los Angeles Dodgers, New York Yankees
Years: 1986- 2005

Herbs

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Cinnamon: Cinnamon helps lower blood sugar, as much as 10-25% in diabetics. It can also lower cholesterol levels and help fight inflammation.

Cinnamon.

Peppermint: Peppermint has been shown to be a pain killer and can help with irritable bowel syndrome and nausea. It can relax the muscles in the colon which can reduce pain during bowel movements.

Peppermint.

Holy Basil: Holy Basil is not the same as regular Basil or Thai Basil. It’s has the name holy because it’s considered a sacred plant in India. It also helps with anxiety and can lower blood sugar. Holy Basil also inhibits the growth of bacterias, yeasts, and molds. 

Holy Basil.

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Fenugreek: Fenugreek is a herb that helps your body in many ways, like improving your blood sugar. It contains a plant protein which can help diabetics. Fenugreek is overall a great herb and is very helpful to your body. 

Fenugreek.

Garlic: Garlic is used as a medicine and also is used for various cooking purposes. Garlic can be used to combat the common cold and reduce your blood pressure. Garlic can be very delicious in many dishes too. 

Chives: Chives contain many different minerals that help your body, and can relieve you from sunburns, headaches, and migraines. They have culinary uses too. They grow on flowering plants. 

Gabe

Ginger 

Ginger

Ginger can be used to aid digestion, reduce nausea, and help get rid of the flu and the common cold. There’s an oil inside that can also be used to help your body, which is called gingerol. 

Lavender 

Lavender

Lavender contains lots of iron, gives you many vitamins, mainly vitamin A, and provides lots of calcium. There is an oil called Lavender oil, and other benefits are to relieve stress, promote restful sleep, lower skin irritation, and prevent stomach bloating. 

Cayenne 

Cayenne powder and peppers.

Cayenne pepper is a pepper that has many health benefits, such as: it helps weight loss, prevents blood clots so you can sprinkle some of the flakes onto a cut and it will stop the bleeding, it helps digestion, boosts your metabolism, reduces hunger, and lowers blood pressure. 

Sage

Sage

Sage is highly nutritious and it has lots of healthy vitamins and minerals. It is also loaded with Antioxidants and helps your Oral health. It is known to ease menopause symptoms. Other benefits are: improves brain functions, lowers inflammation, boosts your immune system, strengthens bones, and prevents diabetes. 

Turmeric 

Turmeric

Turmeric can reduce blood cholesterol, relieves chronic kidney disease, but it can also be fatal if taken during pregnancy.