1998 World Series – New York Yankees over San Diego Padres (4-0)
|W||David Wells (4-0)|
|L||Donne Wall (0-1)|
|S||Mariano Rivera (4)|
|W||Ramiro Mendoza (1-0)|
|L||Trevor Hoffman (1-1)|
|S||Mariano Rivera (5)|
|W||Andy Pettitte (2-1)|
|L||Kevin Brown (2-2)|
|S||Mariano Rivera (6)|
Series Batting Stats
|Playoff Series Stats||Regular Season Stats|
|David Cone *||1||2||1||.500||.500||.500||1.000||0.04||1.14%||1||3||1||1||.000||.000|
|Ricky Ledee *||4||10||1||6||3||4||2||1||.600||.615||.900||1.515||1||0.39||9.55%||42||79||13||19||1||12||3||.241||.691|
|Graeme Lloyd *||1||0.00||0.00%||1|
|Tino Martinez *||4||13||4||5||1||4||4||2||.385||.529||.615||1.145||0.35||9.56%||142||531||92||149||28||123||2||.281||.860|
|Paul O’Neill *||4||19||3||4||1||1||2||.211||.250||.263||.513||1||0.13||1.07%||152||602||95||191||24||116||15||.317||.882|
|Andy Pettitte *||1||2||2||.000||.000||.000||.000||-0.11||-1.20%||2||4||.000||.000|
|Mike Stanton *||1||0.00||0.00%||4||1||.000||.000|
|David Wells *||1||0.00||0.00%||1||4||1||.250||.500|
|Playoff Series Stats||Regular Season Stats|
|Steve Finley *||3||12||1||1||2||.083||.083||.167||.250||1||-0.22||-5.89%||159||619||92||154||14||67||12||.249||.702|
|Tony Gwynn *||4||16||2||8||1||3||1||.500||.529||.688||1.217||0.66||17.67%||127||461||65||148||16||69||3||.321||.865|
|Sterling Hitchcock *||1||2||1||1||.500||.500||.500||1.000||0.03||0.79%||36||50||5||7||2||.140||.297|
|Wally Joyner *||3||8||3||1||.000||.273||.000||.273||-0.12||-3.31%||131||439||58||131||12||80||1||.298||.824|
|Greg Myers *||2||4||2||.000||.000||.000||.000||-0.06||-1.64%||69||171||19||42||4||20||.246||.686|
|Randy Myers *||3||0.00||0.00%||*25||1||.000||.000|
|Mark Sweeney *||3||3||2||1||.667||.667||.667||1.333||0.10||2.76%||122||192||17||45||2||15||1||.234||.663|
|John Vander Wal *||4||5||2||1||2||.400||.400||.600||1.000||-0.02||0.00%||*109||129||21||36||5||20||.279||.893|
1998 World Series by Baseball Almanac
In 1998, the perennial champion New York Yankees established a new bar for excellence in baseball by outplaying the 1927 franchise, which was widely regarded as the finest team to ever play the game, according to most professional commentators. In 1927, New York outscored its opponents by over four hundred runs and hit.307 as a team, thanks to an all-star lineup known as “Murderer’s Row.” Babe Ruth, considered to be the greatest baseball player of all time, established the initial single-season record with sixty home runs, which was more than any other American League club combined at the time.
- Earle Combs in the center field and Bob Meusel in the left field each hit.356 and.337, respectively, against their outfield equivalents.
- With eighteen home runs, Tony Lazzeri, a second-year player, was third in the loop in the regular season.
- Herb Pennock and Wilcy Moore both had nineteen victories, while Urban Shocker had eighteen victories to his credit.
- Moore, who largely worked in relief, finished first in the league with a 2.28 ERA.
- If the year 27 was regarded the finest, then the year 1998 was unquestionably the best.
- Derek Jeter, Tino Martinez, Paul O’Neill, Bernie Williams, and Scott Brosius were all on their roster, as were other notable players.
- New York’s newest rotation, which included David Cone, Orlando Hernandez, Ramiro Mendoza, Andy Pettitte, Mike Stanton, David Wells, and the best closer in the game in Mariano Rivera, was just as lethal as the previous one.
After completing with a 98-64 record, the Padres won the National League West division by a 3-1 score over the Houston Astros, and then won the National League championship by a four-game margin against the Atlanta Braves.
This was due to a strong pitching staff led by Kevin Brown and Sterling Hitchcock, who combined to allow only six hundred thirty-five runs.
In the second inning, New York scored two runs.
Brown was succeeded by Donne Wall, who in turn was replaced by Mark Langston, who in turn was replaced by Brian Boehringer, who in turn was replaced by Randy Myers, who was eventually replaced by Randy Myers.
Chuck Knoblauch and Martinez both made dent in the cheap seats, and Gwynn and Vaughn were able to match them (who had two).
The Padres, who were behind by two games to none, were hoping for a better outcome at their home stadium, Qualcomm Stadium.
During the heartbreaker, Brosius hit two home runs, bringing his season totals to eight hits, two home runs, and six runs batted in to a high of eight hits, two home runs, and six RBI.
As they stood on the verge of elimination, the National League winners had one more chance to avoid a whitewash and keep their “Cinderella” season alive for another day.
The duo of Nelson and Rivera (who finished with a 0.00 ERA) went on to win the game 3-0 and their twenty-fourth World Championship, despite their refusal to concede any extra runs.
When they look back and see a total of one hundred twenty-five victories, remind them that we didn’t take a single one of those victories for granted.
If they ask who our star was, offer them twenty-five names to choose from.
Just tell them we were YANKEES if they ask what our names were if you forget. And it was at this season of our life that we came together as a team. A group of players who inspired others to think that baseball might be magical and that men could be flawless.”
World Series Winner 1998 – 2009
World Series of Baseball – 2009 The 2009 World Series was the 105th edition of Major League Baseball’s (MLB) championship series, and it was held in Los Angeles, California. The Philadelphia Phillies, champions of the National League (NL) and defending World Series winners, faced up against the New York Yankees, champions of the American League (AL). The game was a best-of-seven matchup between the two teams (AL). The Yankees won the World Series by a score of four games to two over the Philadelphia Phillies, claiming their 27th championship in team history.
- The World Series was held in 2000.
- The Yankees won their third straight championship and 26th overall.
- After 56 years, the Subway Series returned for the first time in postseason history.
- The Mets were making their fourth World Series appearance, the most of any expansion franchise in MLB history, and their first since winning the championship in the 1986 World Series.
- In the 95th edition of Major League Baseball’s championship series, the New York Yankees (representing the American League) faced off against the Atlanta Brave (representing the National League) during the month of October.
- Chad Curtis’ home run in Game 3, which gave the Yankees a 6–5 victory, and Game 2, which included Jim Gray of NBC’s controversial interview with Pete Rose, are two of the most enduring memories of the series.
- The New York Yankees (representing the American League) faced off against the San Diego Padres (representing the National League) in the 1998 World Series, the 94th edition of Major League Baseball’s championship series (representing the National League).
- It was the Padres’ second World Series participation and their first since falling to the Detroit Tigers in the 1984 World Series.
Bud Selig presided over the World Series for the first time in his role as Commissioner of Baseball, despite the fact that he had presided over the awarding of the Commissioner’s Trophy at the conclusion of the 1995 and 1997 World Series.
1998 World Series
The logo for the 1998 World Series. The New York Yankees were up against the San Diego Padres in the 1998 World Series. After sweeping the World Series in four games, the Yankees won their second championship in three years and their 24th in franchise history. It was San Diego’s second World Series trip, and its first since falling to the Detroit Tigers in the 1984 championship game. For the first time in history, the same city, San Diego, hosted both the Super Bowl and the World Series’ championship game in the same season.
A.L.New York Yankees(4) at NLSan Diego Padres(4) (0)
|1||San Diego Padres – 6,New York Yankees- 9||October 17||Yankee Stadium||56,712|
|2||San Diego Padres – 3,New York Yankees- 9||October 18||Yankee Stadium||56,692|
|3||New York Yankees- 5, San Diego Padres – 4||October 20||Qualcomm Stadium||64,667|
|4||New York Yankees- 3, San Diego Padres – 0||October 21||Qualcomm Stadium||65,427|
Yanks Stadium in New York City hosted a game on Saturday, October 17, 1998.
David Wells is the author of this work (1-0) Donne Wall is the lead singer of the band (0-1) SV:Mariano Rivera (Singing Voice) (1) Tony Gwynn (1) and Greg Vaughn both hit home runs for the South Dakota Twins. 2 (2) Tino Martinez and Chuck Knoblauch of the New York Yankees are the starting pitchers (1) Padres starter Kevin Brown faced up against Yankee ace and American League Championship Series MVP David Wells in the first game of the series. The Yankees opened the scoring in the second inning with a two-run double into the right field corner by rookie Ricky Ledeelaceda, who came into the game with bases loaded.
- Wells was beaten hard for the first time in the postseason, starting in the third.
- The Yankees rallied in the seventh inning after falling behind 5-2.
- Padres manager Bruce Bochy made a poor decision, which ultimately backfired.
- In the bottom of the seventh, a 2-2 count call by home plate umpire Rich Garcia would prove to be the game-winning call.
- Tino Martinez would take advantage of Garcia’s call and hit a grand slam into the upper deck on the following pitch, giving the Dodgers a 9-5 lead.
New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox on October 18, 1998 at Yankee Stadium
Orlando Hernández is the author of this work (1-0) Andy Ashby is the lead singer (0-1) Baseball: New York Yankees – Bernie Williams (1), Jorge Posada (1) Despite a terrible effort by San Diego starter Andy Ashby in Game 2, the Bombers would take a 2-0 lead in the second game.
The Yankees’ offense would benefit from the contributions of Bernie Williams and Jorge Posada. Orlando Hernández, a Cuban immigrant who made his debut in New York, was a standout.
The event took place on Tuesday, October 20, 1998, at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California.
R. Mendoza is the author of this work (1-0) Trevor Hoffman is the lead singer (0-1) SV:Mariano Rivera (Singing Voice) (2) NYY –Scott Brosius has the highest number of home runs. 2 (2) With a 2-0 lead, the Yankees sent David Cone to the mound to take against former Yankee pitcher Sterling Hitchcock, who was named the NLCS’s Most Valuable Player. In the sixth inning, both sides were held scoreless until Hitchcock led off the inning with a single off Cone to put the game out of reach. Two batters later, Tony Gwynn hit a double down the line that went past Tino Martinez at first base, giving him and Qulivio Veras the opportunity to score.
The Yankees, on the other hand, pounced on Hitchcock with two runs in the bottom of the first inning, the first coming on a home drive to left-center by Scott Brosius.
After Randy Myers walked Paul O’Neill to start the 8th inning, the decision was made to bring in Trevor Hoffman to pitch.
With a 5-3 lead, the Yankees sealed the victory when Mariano Rivera recorded the save in the ninth inning to bring the game to a close.
On Wednesday, October 21, 1998, Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California, hosted the World Series of Poker.
Andy Pettitte is the author of this work (1-0) Kevin Brown is the lead singer of the band LP (0-1) SV:Mariano Rivera (Singing Voice) (3) Andy Pettitte, who had been struggling, outdueled Kevin Brown in Game 4 of the World Series.
The New York Yankees (American League) defeated the San Diego Padres in the 1998 World Series (4-0). (N.L.)
|New York Yankees||3||5||1||2||1||9||5||0||26||43||2|
|San Diego Padres||2||4||3||4||0||13||32||3|
|Total Attendance: 243,498Average Attendance: 60,875|
|Winning Player’s Share:– $312,042Losing Player’s Share– $204,144|
To be crowned, you must win four games in a row. According to Tony Gwynnin in an interview conducted before Game 4 of the World Series, the Padres would not give up even if they are down three games to none. – FOX news anchorman Tim McCarver following the Yankees’ victory. Darryl was suffering from cancer at the time and was unable to participate in the 1998 postseason. On a hop to Brosius, the ball is hit on the ground and thrown across the field. in good time! The ball is out of play! The World Series has come to an end!
Theeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee The New York Yankees, the most historic and illustrious club in professional sports, have once again ascended baseball’s Mount Everest!
The New York Yankees have won the World Series for the twenty-fourth time in their glorious history! Also in 1998, the Yankees have won the Global Series for a second time,24 becoming world champions. Joe Buck is credited with inventing the phrase. The last game has been ruled out of the series.
In this specific World Series, it was the first time that particular logo was utilized. It was only used once again in the World Series, in 1999. The Yankees were victorious in both the 1998 and 1999 World Series.
Fox received the television rights to broadcast the World Series in 1998 since they were the only network that held the rights to broadcast the World Series in even-numbered years under the television deal that was signed in 1996. Joe Buck delivered the play-by-play commentary once again, this time with Tim McCarver and Bob Brenly joining him in the booth. After acquiring the radio broadcast rights for Major League Baseball from the CBS Radio Network, ESPN Radio became the official broadcast home of the World Series for the first time.
- Forman, Sean L., ed., The World Series of 1998. Baseball-Reference.com – Major League Baseball Statistics and Information 2007-12-09
- Retrieved on 2007-12-09
- Baseballalmanac.com’s coverage of the 1998 postseason
- The 1998 World Series
- The history of the World Series in 1998
- Baseball-reference.com’s coverage of the 1998 World Series
- Baseball-reference.com’s coverage of the 1998 postseason
- And more.
World Series History
|1998 World Series|
|1998 – New York Yankees (4) vs. San Diego Padres (0)|
|Game||Date||Winning Team||Losing Team|
|1||Oct. 17||New York (Wells) 9||San Diego (Wall) 6|
|2||Oct. 18||New York (Hernandez) 9||San Diego (Ashby) 3|
|3||Oct. 20||New York (Mendoza) 5||San Diego (Hoffman) 4|
|4||Oct. 21||New York (Pettitte) 3||San Diego (Brown) 0|
|(Night Games: All)|
|Managers:Joe Torre, Yankees; Bruce Bochy, Padres|
|Notes: Tony Gwynn played in his first World Series since 1984. In his first year with the Yankees, Scott Brosius wins the World Series MVP by hitting.471 with two home runs and six RBIs.|
One pitch turned 1998 World Series
A SAN DIEGO based company has announced the launch of a new website. In the minds of many who participated in and remember the 1998 World Series between the Padres and the Yankees, the pitch is still referred to as such. Tino Martinez caught it during the seventh inning of Game 1 at the old Yankee Stadium, thrown by Padres pitcher Mark Langston. Langston had thrown it for the Padres. Although it appeared that the 2-2 pitch was directly over the plate, home plate umpire Rich Garcia ruled that it was a ball.
- The Yankees went on to win the series in five games.
- 2 starter at the time, in a phone interview recently.
- We needed to win at least one of those first two games in New York, but we were unable to do this.
- Two teams will resume their almost 20-year-old rivalry with a three-game series at Petco Park that begins on Friday night and will conclude on Sunday afternoon.
- They won Games 3 and 4 of the series at what was then known as Jack Murphy Stadium in Mission Valley, and they returned to the same location in 2002 to play again there.
- The Yankees are 3-3 in San Diego, although they have won the last two World Series games, including the championship game.
- And we were able to do this.” Brosius was named the series’ MVP after the Yankees rallied from a 3-0 hole to win Game 3 of the World Series.
His father, Maury, passed away in 1999 due to colon cancer.
Overall, they have 125 victories, which is the most of any Major League organization, and they have done so during the span of the prolonged playoff system.
According to Girardi, the Warriors “spoke about how they needed to achieve it in order to justify their year.” “The team had a fantastic year, despite the circumstances.
“It’s a lot of victories,” Girardi continued.
They went on to win 116 games a couple of years later, but were unable to win the World Series that year.” Even though the Mariners won 116 games during the 2001 season, they were defeated by the New York Yankees in the American League Championship Series, which lasted five games.
It has been more than a decade since the Mariners last appeared in the postseason, and they have never played in the World Series.
The Padres were also defeated by the Tigers in the 1984 World Series, and they have gone a combined 1-8 in their two World Series appearances.
Following the 1998 season, the Yankees have advanced to the World Series five more times, winning the championship in 2009, Girardi’s second season in the role of manager.
With the passage of time, the 1998 Padres squad has acquired an almost mythological status.
Cole Hamels, the Rangers’ left-handed pitcher who grew up in San Diego, remarked, “That was a fantastic squad to play against.” “I was of an age where I could comprehend the metrics and understand what the players were attempting to accomplish.
Gwynn had reached the end of his career at the end of the 2001 season.
Hoffman pitched until 2010, and he came up only 34 votes short of being elected to the Hall of Fame earlier this year, when he was nominated for the first time.
building in the left-field corner of Petco Park.
The Padres won 98 games in 1998, the most in the franchise’s history, but they ran against a buzzsaw in the form of the New York Yankees.
We came up short since we didn’t win the World Series, so we were disappointed. We were on the verge of doing what we set out to do. We were looking for something greater, but we came into a really solid Yankees squad instead.”
World Series Champions – TicketCity Insider
The World Series is the most spectacular spectacle in baseball, and it determines who will be crowned world champions each year. With the American League champion taking on the National League champion in a best of seven game series, it will be determined which club will take home the Commissioner’s Trophy, which is presented to the winning World Series team. The game will be broadcast on Fox Sports 1. After more than a century of waiting and anticipation, the Boston Red Sox beat the Pittsburgh Pirates in the first modern World Series in 1903.
- Congratulations to the Atlanta Braves, who defeated the Houston Astros in the 2021 World Series.
- Their performance should instill confidence in every club heading into the 2022 season, as they have a chance to compete in the World Series in November of that year.
- Baseball fans can now purchase tickets to the MLB 2022 regular season games, which will include Opening Day and the extremely popular MLB All-Star Game.
- During the upcoming season, which team will be added to the list of championships?
|2021||Atlanta Braves||Houston Astros||4-2|
|2020||Los Angeles Dodgers||Tampa Bay Rays||4-2|
|2019||Washington Nationals||Houston Astros||4-3|
|2018||Boston Red Sox||Los Angeles Dodgers||4-1|
|2017||Houston Astros||Los Angeles Dodgers||4-3|
|2016||Chicago Cubs||Cleveland Indians||4-3|
|2015||Kansas City Royals||New York Mets||4-1|
|2014||San Francisco Giants||Kansas City Royals||4-3|
|2013||Boston Red Sox||St. Louis Cardinals||4-2|
|2012||San Francisco Giants||Detroit Tigers||4-0|
|2011||St. Louis Cardinals||Texas Rangers||4-3|
|2010||San Francisco Giants||Texas Rangers||4-1|
|2009||New York Yankees||Philadelphia Phillies||4-2|
|2008||Philadelphia Phillies||Tampa Bay Rays||4-1|
|2007||Boston Red Sox||Colorado Rockies||4-0|
|2006||St. Louis Cardinals||Detroit Tigers||4-1|
|2005||Chicago White Sox||Houston Astros||4-0|
|2004||Boston Red Sox||St. Louis Cardinals||4-0|
|2003||Florida Marlins||New York Yankees||4-2|
|2002||Anaheim Angels||San Francisco Giants||4-3|
|2001||Arizona Diamondbacks||New York Yankees||4-3|
|2000||New York Yankees||New York Mets||4-1|
|1999||New York Yankees||Atlanta Braves||4-0|
|1998||New York Yankees||San Diego Padres||4-0|
|1997||Florida Marlins||Cleveland Indians||4-3|
|1996||New York Yankees||Atlanta Braves||4-2|
|1995||Atlanta Braves||Cleveland Indians||4-2|
|1993||Toronto Blue Jays||Philadelphia Phillies||4-2|
|1992||Toronto Blue Jays||Atlanta Braves||4-2|
|1991||Minnesota Twins||Atlanta Braves||4-3|
|1990||Cincinnati Reds||Oakland Athletics||4-0|
|1989||Oakland Athletics||San Francisco Giants||4-0|
|1988||Los Angeles Dodgers||Oakland Athletics||4-1|
|1987||Minnesota Twins||St. Louis Cardinals||4-3|
|1986||New York Mets||Boston Red Sox||4-3|
|1985||Kansas City Royals||St. Louis Cardinals||4-3|
|1984||Detroit Tigers||San Diego Padres||4-1|
|1983||Baltimore Orioles||Philadelphia Phillies||4-1|
|1982||St. Louis Cardinals||Milwaukee Brewers||4-3|
|1981||Los Angeles Dodgers||New York Yankees||4-2|
|1980||Philadelphia Phillies||Kansas City Royals||4-2|
|1979||Pittsburgh Pirates||Baltimore Orioles||4-3|
|1978||New York Yankees||Los Angeles Dodgers||4-2|
|1977||New York Yankees||Los Angeles Dodgers||4-2|
|1976||Cincinnati Reds||New York Yankees||4-0|
|1975||Cincinnati Reds||Boston Red Sox||4-3|
|1974||Oakland Athletics||Los Angeles Dodgers||4-1|
|1973||Oakland Athletics||New York Mets||4-3|
|1972||Oakland Athletics||Cincinnati Reds||4-3|
|1971||Pittsburgh Pirates||Baltimore Orioles||4-3|
|1970||Baltimore Orioles||Cincinnati Reds||4-1|
|1969||New York Mets||Baltimore Orioles||4-1|
|1968||Detroit Tigers||St. Louis Cardinals||4-3|
|1967||St. Louis Cardinals||Boston Red Sox||4-3|
|1966||Baltimore Orioles||Los Angeles Dodgers||4-0|
|1965||Los Angeles Dodgers||Minnesota Twins||4-3|
|1964||St. Louis Cardinals||New York Yankees||4-3|
|1963||Los Angeles Dodgers||New York Yankees||4-0|
|1962||New York Yankees||San Francisco Giants||4-3|
|1961||New York Yankees||Cincinnati Reds||4-1|
|1960||Pittsburgh Pirates||New York Yankees||4-3|
|1959||Los Angeles Dodgers||Chicago White Sox||4-2|
|1958||New York Yankees||Milwaukee Braves||4-3|
|1957||Milwaukee Braves||New York Yankees||4-3|
|1956||New York Yankees||Brooklyn Dodgers||4-3|
|1955||Brooklyn Dodgers||New York Yankees||4-3|
|1954||New York Giants||Cleveland Indians||4-0|
|1953||New York Yankees||Brooklyn Dodgers||4-2|
|1952||New York Yankees||Brooklyn Dodgers||4-3|
|1951||New York Yankees||New York Giants||4-2|
|1950||New York Yankees||Philadelphia Phillies||4-0|
|1949||New York Yankees||Brooklyn Dodgers||4-1|
|1948||Cleveland Indians||Boston Braves||4-2|
|1947||New York Yankees||Brooklyn Dodgers||4-3|
|1946||St. Louis Cardinals||Boston Red Sox||4-3|
|1945||Detroit Tigers||Chicago Cubs||4-3|
|1944||St. Louis Cardinals||St. Louis Browns||4-2|
|1943||New York Yankees||St. Louis Cardinals||4-1|
|1942||St. Louis Cardinals||New York Yankees||4-1|
|1941||New York Yankees||Brooklyn Dodgers||4-1|
|1940||Cincinnati Reds||Detroit Tigers||4-3|
|1939||New York Yankees||Cincinnati Reds||4-0|
|1938||New York Yankees||Chicago Cubs||4-0|
|1937||New York Yankees||New York Giants||4-1|
|1936||New York Yankees||New York Giants||4-2|
|1935||Detroit Tigers||Chicago Cubs||4-2|
|1934||St. Louis Cardinals||Detroit Tigers||4-3|
|1933||New York Giants||Washington Senators||4-1|
|1932||New York Yankees||Chicago Cubs||4-0|
|1931||St. Louis Cardinals||Philadelphia Athletics||4-3|
|1930||Philadelphia Athletics||St. Louis Cardinals||4-2|
|1929||Philadelphia Athletics||Chicago Cubs||4-1|
|1928||New York Yankees||St. Louis Cardinals||4-0|
|1927||New York Yankees||Pittsburgh Pirates||4-0|
|1926||St. Louis Cardinals||New York Yankees||4-3|
|1925||Pittsburgh Pirates||Washington Senators||4-3|
|1924||Washington Senators||New York Giants||4-3|
|1923||New York Yankees||New York Giants||4-2|
|1922||New York Giants||New York Yankees||4-0|
|1921||New York Giants||New York Yankees||5-3|
|1920||Cleveland Indians||Brooklyn Dodgers||5-2|
|1919||Cincinnati Reds||Chicago White Sox||5-3|
|1918||Boston Red Sox||Chicago Cubs||4-2|
|1917||Chicago White Sox||New York Giants||4-2|
|1916||Boston Red Sox||Brooklyn Dodgers||4-1|
|1915||Boston Red Sox||Philadelphia Phillies||4-1|
|1914||Boston Braves||Philadelphia Athletics||4-0|
|1913||Philadelphia Athletics||New York Giants||4-1|
|1912||Boston Red Sox||New York Giants||4-3|
|1911||Philadelphia Athletics||New York Giants||4-2|
|1910||Philadelphia Athletics||Chicago Cubs||4-1|
|1909||Pittsburgh Pirates||Detroit Tigers||4-3|
|1908||Chicago Cubs||Detroit Tigers||4-1|
|1907||Chicago Cubs||Detroit Tigers||4-0|
|1906||Chicago White Sox||Chicago Cubs||4-2|
|1905||New York Giants||Philadelphia Athletics||4-1|
|1903||Boston Red Sox||Pittsburgh Pirates||5-3|
Which Major League Baseball teams have won the most World Series championships throughout the course of their histories? The New York Yankees have won 27 World Series in their long history, much outpacing the rest of the field. The next closest team is the St. Louis Cardinals, who have an amazing 11 championships to their credit, but their total is still less than half that of the Yankees. The following is a list of World Series championships won by each Major League Baseball team. It is included in the total number of wins for each franchise all of the triumphs achieved by the franchise, even if the team was situated in a different location.
Aside from that, there are a half-dozen clubs who have never won a World Series, as well as one that has never even appeared in one — the Seattle Mariners – before.
Most World Series Won by Franchise
- Los Angeles Dodgers (8)
- Cincinnati Reds (5)
- Pittsburgh Pirates (5)
- Atlanta Braves (4)
- Detroit Tigers (4)
- Chicago Cubs (3)
- Baltimore Orioles (3)
- Minnesota Twins (3)
- Chicago White Sox (3)
- Philadelphia Phillies (2)
- Cleveland Indians (2)
- New York Mets (2)
- Kansas City Royals (2)
- Miami Marlins (2)
- Houston Astros (1)
- Arizona Diamondbacks (1)
- New York Yankees (1)
- St. Louis Cardinals (1)
- St. Louis Cardinal
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