Every MLB team ever

New York Yankees

1903- 

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New York Giants

1883-1963 

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New York Mets 

1962-

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New York Mutuals 

1869-1875 

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New York Gothams 

1883-1883 

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Los Angeles Dodgers 

1957- 

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Boston Beaneaters 

1871-1883 

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Boston Doves

1907-1907

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Boston Rustlers 

1901-1911

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Boston Braves

1915-1941

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Boston Bees 

1936-1941

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Boston Pilgrims

1901-1907 

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Boston Red Sox 

1912- 

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Boston Unions 

1884-1884

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Chicago Orphans 

1900-1902

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Chicago Colts

1877-1892

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Chicago White Stockings 

1876-1876

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Chicago Cubs

1903-

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Chicago White Sox

1894-

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Altoona Mountain Cities 

1884-1884

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Cleveland Blues

1900-1902

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Cleveland Naps 

1903-1914

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Cleveland Indians 

1915-

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Cleveland Forest Cities   

1869-1871

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Cleveland Spiders 

1889-1889

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Cincinnati Red Stockings 

1860-1895

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Cincinnati Red Legs 

1953-1959

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Cincinnati Reds 

1903-1953/1960-

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Buffalo Bisons 

1885-1886

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Louisville Grays

1876-1877

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Louisville Colonels 

1885-1891

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Brooklyn Bridegrooms 

1855-1875

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Brooklyn Superbas 

1899-1910

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Brooklyn Dodgers 

1895-1957

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Brooklyn Robins 

1914-1931

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Brooklyn Atlantics 

1883-1887

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Arizona Diamondbacks 

1989-

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Detroit Tigers 

1894- 

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Detroit Wolverines 

1881-1888

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Colorado Rockies 

1991- 

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Florida Marlins 

1991-2012

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Miami Marlins 

2012-

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Worcester Ruby Legs (Also known as Worcester Worcesters)

1880-1882

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Kansas City Royals 

1969-

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Kansas City Athletics 

1954-1967

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Troy Trojans 

1879-1882

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Troy Haymakers 

1860-1872

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Los Angeles Angels 

1960-1965

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California Angels 

1965-1970

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Anaheim Angels 

1970- 

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Milwaukee Braves 

1953-1966

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Milwaukee Brewers 

1969-

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Oakland Athletics 

1968-

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Columbus Buckeyes

1883-1884

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Philadelphia Athletics 

1901- 1945

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Philadelphia Phillies 

1893- 

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Philadelphia Keystones (also known as Philadelphia Quakers)

1884-1884

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Seattle Pilots 

1969-1970

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Seattle Mariners 

1977- 

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Pittsburgh Alleghenys

1882-1891

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Pittsburgh Pirates 

1892-

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Washington Senators 

1901-1960

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Washington Nationals

2004-

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Minnesota Twins 

1961-

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Baltimore Orioles 

1954- 

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Baltimore Monumentals

1884-1884

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Houston colt 45.

1962-1964

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Houston Astros

1965-

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Providence Grays

1878-1914

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Tampa Bay Devil Rays 

1998-2006

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Tampa Bay Rays 

2007-

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San Francisco Giants

1964- 

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Atlanta Braves 

1966-

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Richmond Virginians 

1886-1890

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St. Louis Brown Stockings 

1882-1897

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St. Louis Perfectos 

1897-1900

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St. Louis Cardinals 

1901-

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St. Louis Browns 

1902-1953

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St. Louis Maroons 

1884-1886

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Toronto Blue Jays 

1977-

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Montreal Expos 

1969-2004

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Hartford Dark Blues 

1874-1876

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San Diego Padres 

1969- 

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Texas Rangers 

1972-

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Indianapolis Hoosiers 

1887-1889

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Indianapolis Blues 

This is the best I could find

1878-1878

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Toledo Blue Stockings 

1883-1883

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Disobedience, Division, Downfall

Israel and Judah at the Time of Jeroboam II 786–746 BCE
Map of Israel and Judah at the time of King Jeroboam II of Israel in 786 BC.

For 120 years, the Kingdoms of Israel and Judah were one nation. After the reign of King Solomon in 930 BC, they split into Israel, which contained the 10 northern Jewish tribes, and Judah, which housed the tribes of Judah and Benjamin, who were the descendants of David.

The first king of Judah was Rehoboam, the son of Solomon, who wasn’t exactly a great ruler. He went to war with Egypt and Israel during the 17 years of his kingship. The first king of Judah to be remembered as a benevolent king was Asa, who ruled from 911-870, a total of 41 years.

Two kings later a man named Jehoram came to the throne in 848. He married a pagan named Athaliah. They had a son named Azahiah, who became king after his father in 841, but after ruling just one year, he and his father were assassinated by King Jehu of Israel during a visit there. When hearing of the death of her son and husband, Athaliah seized the throne and ordered the execution of all possible claimants to the throne, including the relatives of Azahiah and Jehoram. In Israel, King Jehu also ordered the execution of their descendants. After six years of her reign, Athaliah heard that her grandson, Joash, had survived the purge and been proclaimed king. While trying to stop the rebellion, she was captured and executed. Joash then became the next king in 835, ruling for 40 years.

The death of Athaliah. Gustave Dore.

After a mix of godly and wicked kings, Hezekiah came to the throne of Judah. Hezekiah is remembered as the most god-fearing and faithful king. For obeying God, Hezekiah was granted 15 extra years of life. After him, his son Manasseh became king. Sadly, he reversed the work of his father and reinstituted polytheistic religion. Fortunately, In his last years, Manasseh repented and tore down all the idols in the country. 

During the rule of King Zedekiah in 586, Judah fell to Babylon after the capital city, Jerusalem, was desecrated. The Jews were then taken into captivity by the Babylonians. 

Now let’s move north to Israel. The first king of Israel was Jeroboam, who ruled from 931-910. He instituted idol worship in the nation because he wished for Israel to be different from Judah, which worshiped God. Jeroboam’s sin resulted in God cursing his descendants. The curse stated that Jeroboam’s offspring would die painful deaths. His son Abijah, perished of an illness when Jeroboam was still king. Nadab, his second son, became king and ruled for two years until he was killed by Baasha, who became king next. A couple leaders later in 885, King Zimri ruled for only seven days and still managed to earn a reputation as a poor king before being replaced by Omri. 

After the 12 years of Omri’s rule, his son Ahab became king. He married the daughter of a priest of Baal named Jezebel. During his reign, Ahab desired to purchase a vineyard from its owner. As it was his livelihood, the owner had to deny the king. Angrily, Ahab ordered the man to be put to death. He then greedily took the field. Like Jeroboam, Ahab’s descendants were cursed by God with painful deaths. This was fulfilled when his son, Ahaziah, fell out of a window and again with his son, Joram, who was butchered by Jehu, the next king. Jehu then murdered all of Ahab’s remaining progeny.

The death of Ahab by Gustave Dore.

Hoshea was the last king of Israel before the godless nation was invaded by Assyria in 722. He remained a puppet king until 712 when he was deposed. 

Throughout Israel’s existence, there was not a single king that consistently submitted God. In Judah, there was a mix of good and bad rulers, but the majority were still unfaithful. Israel fell before Judah in 722, while Judah fell in 586. Because Judah was more faithful, it lasted longer. This is also the case with kings. For instance, Hezekiah was blessed with more years because he agreed to God’s command. The other kings should’ve picked up on this, but instead both nations fell to different empires, scattering the Jews across the world. Disobedience leads to division, which leads to downfall.

Baseball teams that won the world series multiple times in a row

1907-1908 Chicago Cubs 

Manager: Frank Chance

Teams Played: Detroit Tigers 

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1910-1911 Philadelphia Athletics

Manager: Connie Mack 

Teams Played: Chicago Cubs, New York Giants 

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1915-1916 Boston Red Sox 

Manager: Bill Carrigan 

Teams Played: Philadelphia Phillies, Brooklyn Robins

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1921-1922 New York Giants 

Manager: John McGraw 

Teams Played: New York Yankees 

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1927-1928 New York Yankees 

Manager: Miller Huggins

Teams Played: Pittsburgh Pirates, St. Louis Cardinals 

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1929-1930 Philadelphia Athletics 

Manager: Connie Mack 

Teams Played: Chicago Cubs, St. Louis Cardinals 

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1936-1939 New York Yankees 

Manager: Joe McCarthy 

Teams Played: New York Giants, Chicago Cubs, Cincinnati Reds 

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1949-1953 New York Yankees 

Manager: Casey Stengel 

Teams Played: Brooklyn Dodgers, Philadelphia Phillies, New York Giants 

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1961-1962 New York Yankees

Manager: Casey Stengel, Ralph Houk 

Teams Played: Pittsburgh Pirates, Cincinnati Reds, San Francisco Giants 

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1972-1974 Oakland Athletics 

Manager: Dick Williams, Alvin Dark 

Teams Played: Cincinnati Reds, New York Mets, Los Angeles Dodgers

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1975-1976 Cincinnati Reds 

Manager: Sparky Anderson 

Teams Played: Boston Red Sox, New York Yankees 

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1977-1978 New York Yankees 

Manager: Billy Martin, Bob Lemon 

Teams Played: Los Angeles Dodgers 

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1992-1993 Toronto Blue Jays 

Manager: Cito Gaston 

Teams Played: Atlanta Braves, Philadelphia Phillies 

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1998-2000 New York Yankees

Manager: Joe Torre 

Teams Played: San Diego Padres, Atlanta Braves, New York Mets