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This article is about the annual championship series of Major League Baseball.
For the 2018 MLB championship, see.
For other uses, see.
The winner of the World Series championship is determined through aand the winning team is awarded the.
As the series is played during the season in North America, it is sometimes referred to as the Fall Classic.
Prior to 1969, the team with the best regular season win-loss record in each league automatically advanced to the World Series; since then each league has conducted a and preceding the World Series to determine which teams will advance.
As of 2018, the World Series has been contested 114 times, with the AL winning 66 and the NL winning 48.
The took place between the and from October 23โ€”28, with the Red Sox winning in five games to earn their ninth title.
This was the first World Series meeting between these two teams since.
Having previously lost to the in thethe Dodgers became the 11th team to lose the World Series in consecutive seasons.
As of 2018, no team has won consecutive World Series championships since the New York Yankees in, and โ€”the longest such drought in Major League Baseball history.
All championships were awarded to the team with the best record at the end of the season, without a postseason series being played.
From 1884 to 1890, the National League and the American Association faced each other in a series of games at the end of the season to determine an overall champion.
These series were disorganized in comparison to the modern World Series, with the terms arranged through negotiation of the owners of the championship teams beforehand.
The number of games played ranged from as few as three in Providence defeated New York three games to zeroto a high of fifteen in Detroit beat St.
Louis ten games to five.
Both the and Series ended in ties, each team having won three games with one tie game.
The series was promoted and referred to as "The Championship of the United States", "World's Championship Series", or "World's Series" for short.
In his book Krakatoa: The Day the World Exploded: August 27, 1883, mentions in passing that the World Series was named for the newspaper, but this view is disputed.
The 19th-century competitions are, however, not officially recognized as part of World Series history byas it considers 19th-century baseball to be a prologue to the modern baseball era.
Until about 1960, some sources treated the 19th-century Series on an equal basis with the post-19th-century series.
After about 1930, however, many authorities list the start of the World Series in 1903 and discuss the earlier contests separately.
For example, the 1929 lists "Baseball World's Championships 1884โ€”1928" in a single table, but the 1943 edition lists "Baseball World Championships 1903โ€”1942".
The league championship was awarded in 1892 by a playoff between half-season champions.
This scheme was abandoned after one season.
Beginning in 1893โ€”and continuing until divisional play was introduced in 1969โ€”the pennant was awarded to the first-place club in the standings at the end of the season.
For four seasons, 1894โ€”1897, the league champions played the runners-up in the post season championship series called the.
A second attempt at this format was the series, which was played only once, in 1900.
In 1901, the was formed as a second major league.
No championship series were played in 1901 or 1902 as the National and American Leagues fought each other for business supremacy in 1902, the top teams instead opted to.
These series were arranged by the participating clubs, as the 1880s World's Series matches had been.
One of them matched the two pennant winners, of the NL and later known as the of the AL; that one is known as the played at.
It had been arranged well in advance by the two played all games in the world, as both teams were league leaders by large margins.
Boston upset Pittsburgh by five games to three, winning with pitching depth behind and and with the support of the band of.
The Series brought much civic pride to Boston and proved the new American League could beat the Nationals.
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October 2016 Theif it had been held, would have been between the AL's Boston Red Sox and the NL's now the.
At that point there was no governing body for the World Series nor any requirement that a Series be played.
Thus the Giants' owner refused to allow his team to participate in such an event, citing the "inferiority" of the upstart American League.
At the time of the announcement, their new cross-town rivals, the now thewere leading the AL, and the prospect of facing the Highlanders did not please Giants management.
Boston won on the last day of the season, and the leagues had previously agreed to hold a World's Championship Series in 1904, but it was not binding, and Brush stuck to his original decision.
In addition to political reasons, Brush also factually cited the lack of rules under which money would be split, where games would be played, and how they would be operated and staffed.
During the winter of 1904โ€”1905, however, feeling the sting of press criticism, Brush had a change of heart and proposed what came to be known as the "Brush Rules", under which the series were played subsequently.
One rule was that player shares would come from a portion of the gate receipts for the first four games only.
This was to discourage teams from early games in order to prolong the series and make more money.
Receipts for later games would be split among the two clubs and the National Commission, the governing body for the sport, which was able to cover much of its annual operating expense from World Series revenue.
Most importantly, the now-official and compulsory World's Series matches were operated strictly by the National Commission itself, not by the participating clubs.
With the new rules in place and the National Commission in control, McGraw's made it to theand beat the four games to one.
Since then the Series has been held every year except 1994, when it was canceled due to a.
The list of postseason rules evolved over time.
In 1925, Brooklyn owner persuaded others to adopt as a permanent rule the 2โ€”3โ€”2 pattern used in.
Prior to 1924, the pattern had been to alternate by game or to make another arrangement convenient to both clubs.
The 2โ€”3โ€”2 pattern has been used ever since save for the andwhich followed a 3โ€”4 pattern due to World War II travel restrictions; inthe normal pattern was followed because both teams were based in the same home stadium.
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October 2016 Gambling and game-fixing had been a problem in professional baseball from the beginning; star pitcher was banned for life in 1877, when the National League was just two years old.
Baseball's gambling problems came to a head in 1919, when eight players of the were alleged to have conspired to throw the.
The had won the Series in and were heavy favorites to beat the in 1919, but first baseman had other plans.
Gandil, in collaboration with gambler Joseph "Sport" Sullivan, approached his teammates and got six of them to agree to throw the Series: starting pitchers andshortstopleft fieldercenter fielderand utility infielder.
Third baseman knew of the fix but declined to participate, hitting.
Though he took the money, Jackson insisted to his death that he played to the best of his ability in the series he was the best hitter in the series, including having hit the series' only home run, but had markedly worse numbers in the games the White Sox lost.
During the Series, writer and humorist had facetiously called the event the "World's Serious".
The Series turned out to indeed have serious consequences for the sport.
After rumors circulated for nearly a year, the players were suspended in September 1920.
The "" were acquitted in a criminal conspiracy trial.
However, baseball in the meantime had established the office of in an effort to protect the game's integrity, and the first commissioner,banned all of the players involved, including Weaver, for life.
The White Sox would not win a World Series again until.
The events of the 1919 Series, segueing into themarked a played all games in the world in time of change of the fortunes of several teams.
The two most prolific World Series winners to date, the and thedid not win their first championship until the 1920s; and three of the teams that were highly successful prior to 1920 theChicago White Sox and the went the rest of the 20th century without another World Series win.
The Red Sox and White Sox finally won again in 2004 and 2005, respectively.
The Cubs had to wait over a century until the 2016 season for their next trophy.
They did not appear in the Fall Classic from 1945 until 2016, the longest drought of any MLB club.
Over a period of 45 years from 1920 to 1964, the Yankees played in 29 World Series championships, winning 20.
The team's dynasty reached its apex between 1947 and 1964, when the Yankees reached the World Series 15 times in eighteen years, helped by an with the after that team moved from Philadelphia during 1954โ€”1955 offseason whereby the teams made several deals advantageous to the Yankees until ended by new Athletics' owner Charles O.
During that span, the Yankees played in all World Series except, andwinning ten.
From 1949 to 1953, the Yankees won the World Series five years in a row; from 1936โ€”1939 the Yankees won four World Series Championships in a row.
There are only two other occasions when a team has won at least three consecutive World Series: 1972 to 1974 by theand 1998 to 2000 by the New York Yankees.
The Dodgers and Giants moved to California after the 1957 season, leaving the Yankees as the lone team in the city until the Mets were enfranchised in 1962.
During this period, other than 1948, 1954, and 1959, the Yankees represented the American League in the World Series.
In the years 1947, 1949, 1951โ€”1953, and 1955โ€”1956, both teams in the World Series were from New York, with the Yankees playing against either the Dodgers or Giants.
Louis and Kansas City.
The Dodgers were the first of the two clubs to contest a World Series on the west coast, defeating the in.
The made the first California World Series appearance of that franchise, losing to the Yankees.
The Dodgers made three World Series appearances in the 1960s: a 1963 win over thea 1965 win over the and a 1966 loss to the.
In 1968, the relocated to Oakland and the following year 1969, the granted a franchise to San Diego as the.
The A's became a powerful dynasty, winning three consecutive World Series from 1972โ€”1974.
Inthe A's played the Dodgers in the first all-California World Series.
The Padres have two World Series appearances a 1984 loss to the Detroit Tigers, and a 1998 loss to the New York Yankees.
The Dodgers won two more World Series played all games in the world the 1980s 1981, 1988.
The A's again went to three straight world series, from 1988โ€”1990, winning once.
The Giants have been in four World Series' in the new millennium, losing in 2002 to the Anaheim Angels from 2005 to 2015and winning in 2010 Rangers2012 Tigersand 2014 Royals.
A structured playoff series began in 1969, when both the National and American Leagues were reorganized into two divisions each, East and West.
The two division winners within each league played each other in a best-of-five to determine who would advance to the World Series.
In 1985, the format changed to best-of-seven.
The NLCS and ALCSsince the expansion to best-of-seven, are always played in a 2โ€”3โ€”2 format: Games 1, 2, 6 and 7 are played in the stadium of the team that has home-field advantage, and Games 3, 4 and 5 are played in the stadium of the team that does not.
In the final game of thea Series game was finished under lights for the first time.
The first scheduled night World Series game was Game 4 of the at.
Afterward, World Series games were frequently scheduled at night, when television audiences were larger.
Game 6 of the was the last World Series game played in the daytime, indoors at the in Minnesota.
The last World Series played outdoors during the day was the final game of the in Detroit's.
This is the only time in World Series history in which three teams have won consecutive series in succession.
This period was book-ended by World Championships for thein 1971 and 1979.
However, the made three consecutive World Series appearances: 1969 losing to the "amazing" eight-year-old franchise1970 beating the Reds in their first World Series appearance of the decadeand 1971 losing to the Pittsburgh Pirates, as well their 1979 appearance, when they again lost to the Piratesand the ' back-to-back World Series appearances in 1977 and 1978 both losses to the New York Yankeesas well in 1974 losing against the cross-state rival Oakland Played all games in the world />Game 6 of the is regarded by most as one of the greatest World Series games ever played.
It found the winning in the 12th inning indefeating the Cincinnati Reds to force a seventh and deciding game.
The game is best remembered for its exciting lead changes, nail-biting turns of events, and a game-winning byresulting in a 7โ€”6 Red Sox victory.
The National League did not adopt the DH rule.
This presented a problem for the World Series, whose two contestants would now be playing their regular-season games under different rules.
From 1973 to 1975, the World Series did not include a DH.
Starting in 1976, the World Series allowed for the use of a DH in even-numbered years only.
The swept the 1976 Series in four games, using the same nine-man lineup in each contest.
Finally, in 1986, baseball adopted the current rule in which the DH is used for World Series games played in the AL champion's park but not the NL champion's.
Thus, the DH rule's use or non-use can not affect the performance of the home team.
In the process, Tigers skipper became the first manager to win a World Series title in both leagues, having previously won in 1975 and 1976 with the.
They repeated this 4 years later in 1991 when they defeated the Atlanta Braves.
The Dodgers were huge underdogs against the 104-win Oakland Athletics, who had swept the Boston Red Sox in the ALCS.
Baseball's top relief pitcher,closed out all four games in the ALCS, and he appeared ready to do the same in Game 1 against a Dodgers team trailing 4โ€”3 in the ninth.
After getting the first two outs, Eckersley walked of the Dodgers, who were playing without Gibson, their best position player and the NL MVP.
Gibson had injured himself in the NLCS and was expected to miss the entire World Series.
Yet, despite not being able to walk without a noticeable limp, Gibson surprised all in attendance at Dodger Stadium and all watching on TV by pinch-hitting.
After two quick strikes and then working the count full, Gibson hit a home run to right, inspiring iconic pronouncements by two legendary broadcasters calling the game, on TV and on radio.
On NBC, as Gibson limped around the bases, Scully famously exclaimed, "The impossible has happened!
The severity of Gibson's injury prevented him from playing in any of the remaining games.
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October 2016 When the began, it was notable chiefly for being the first ever World Series matchup between the two teams, the and.
Oakland won the first two games at home, and the two teams crossed the bridge to San Francisco to play Game 3 on Tuesday, October 17.
At 5:04, while broadcasters and were narrating highlights and the teams were warming up, the occurred having a surface-wave magnitude of 7.
The earthquake caused substantial property and economic damage in the Bay Area and killed 63 people.
Television viewers saw the video signal deteriorate and heard Michaels say "I'll tell you what, we're having an earth--" before the feed from was lost.
Fans filing into the stadium saw Candlestick sway visibly during the quake.
Television coverage later resumed, using backup generators, with Michaels becoming a news reporter on the unfolding disaster.
Approximately 30 minutes after the earthquake, Commissioner ordered the game to be postponed.
Fans, workers, and the teams evacuated a blacked out although still sunlit Candlestick.
Game 3 was finally played on October 27, and Oakland won that day and the next to complete a four-game sweep.
The World Series returned to Canada inwith the victorious again, this time against the in six games.
No other Series has featured a team from outside of the United States.
Toronto is the only expansion team to win played all games in the world World Series titles.
The 1993 World Series was also notable for being only the second championship concluded by a and the first concluded by a come-from-behind homer, after 's three-run shot in the bottom of the ninth inning sealed an 8โ€”6 Toronto win in Game 6.
The first Series to end with a homer was thewhen hit a ninth-inning solo shot in Game 7 to win the championship for the.
The team with the best league record is matched against the wild card team, unless they are in the same division, in which case, the team with the second-best record plays against the wild card winner.
The remaining two division winners are pitted against each other.
The winners of the series in the first round advance to the best-of-seven NLCS and ALCS.
Due to a players' strike, however, the NLDS and ALDS were not played until 1995.
Beginning in 1998, home field advantage was given to the team with the better regular season record, with the exception that the Wild Card team cannot get home-field advantage.
A breakdown in collective bargaining led to a strike in August 1994 played all games in the world the eventual cancellation of the rest of the season, including the playoffs.
As the labor talks began, baseball franchise owners demanded a in order to limit payrolls, the elimination ofand the right to retain free agent players by matching a competitor's best offer.
One difficulty in reaching a settlement was the absence of a.
Thus, baseball headed into the without a full-time commissioner for the first time since the office was founded in 1920.
Owners and players negotiated as the season progressed, but owners refused to give up the idea of a salary cap and players refused to accept one.
On August 12, 1994, the players went on strike.
After a month passed with no progress in the labor talks, Selig canceled the rest of the 1994 season and the postseason on September 14.
The was not played for the first time in 90 years.
The labor dispute lasted into the spring of 1995, with owners beginning with replacement players.
However, the MLBPA returned to work on April 2, 1995 after a federal judge, future justiceruled that the owners had engaged in unfair labor practices.
Game 4 had begun on Oct.
Yankee shortstop won the game with a 12th inning and was dubbed "Mr.
October" for his slugging achievements during the.
The broke their 86-year drought, known as thedefeating the Yankees in the after losing the first three games, and then defeating the in the.
With the victory by theTony La Russa became the second manager to a win a World Series in both the American and National Leagues.
After the ended in a tie, MLB decided to award home-field advantage in the World Series to the winner of the.
Originally implemented as a two-year trial from 2003 to 2004, the practice was extended.
The American League had won every All-Star Game since this change until 2010 and thus enjoyed home-field advantage from 2002, when it also had home-field advantage based on the alternating schedule, through 2009.
From 2003 to 2010, the AL and NL had each won the World Series four times, but none of them had gone the full seven games.
Since then, the,and have gone the full seven games.
This rule was subject to debate, with various writers feeling that home-field advantage should be decided based on the regular season records of the participants, not on an exhibition game played several months earlier.
Some writers especially questioned the integrity of this rule after thewhen pitcher suggested that he intentionally gave some easy pitches to hit in the ' shortstop's final All-Star appearance before he retired at the end of that season.
As of wrote in July 2015 about the rule: So now we have a game that's not real baseball determining which league hosts Games 1, 2, 6, and 7 in the World Series.
It's not a game if pitchers throw one inning.
It's not a game if managers try to get everyone on a bloated roster into the game.
It's not a game if every franchise, no matter how wretched, has to put a player on the team.
If the game is going to count, tell the managers to channel their inner and go for it.
However, within the last seven seasons, home-field advantage, in terms of deciding World Series games, has not necessarily worked for teams of said games.
Since 2014, the home team has not won the deciding game of a World Series.
The were twice only one strike away from winning their first World Series title inbut the 'the eventual Series MVP, drove in both the tying and winning runs late in Game 6 to force a Game 7.
In 2013, the won their third world series of the 2000s, this time at for the first time since 1918.
The reached the World Series in 2014, which was their first appearance in the postseason since winning the series in 1985.
At the time, it was the longest postseason drought in baseball.
They lost in seven games to the Giants.
The following season, the Royals finished with the American League's best record, and won a second consecutive American League pennant.
They defeated the in the World Series 4โ€”1, capturing their first title in 30 years.
The 2015 contest was the first time that two expansion clubs met for the Fall Classic.
Inthe Chicago Cubs ended their by defeating therallying from a 3โ€”1 Series deficit in the process.
That extended Cleveland's to 68 years and counting โ€” the Indians last won the Series in โ€” now the longest title drought in the majors.
Beginning in 2017, home field advantage in the World Series is awarded to the league champion team with the better regular season win-loss record.
If both league champions have the same record, the second tie-breaker would be head-to-head record, and if that does not resolve it, the third tie-breaker would be best divisional record.
The won the 2017 World Series in 7 games against the on November 1, 2017, winning their first World Series since their creation in 1962.
The won the 2018 World Series, beating the in 5 games for their fourth title since 2004.
For further details, see individual team articles or.
See also: Source: Notes AL teams have won 66 of the 114 World Series played 57.
The have won 27 titles, accounting for 23.
The have won 11 World Series, accounting for 9.
When the first modern World Series was played in 1903, there were eight teams in each league.
These 16 franchises, all of which are still in existence, have each won at least two World Series titles.
The number of teams was unchanged until 1961, with fourteen joining MLB since then.
The expansion teams have won ten of the 22 Series 45% in which they have played, which is 9% of all 114 series played since 1903.
In 2015, the first World Series featuring only expansion teams was played between the Kansas City Royals and New York Mets.
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Additionally, they have won at least one American League pennant in every decade since the 1920s.
They have yet to win a pennant or Series in the 2010s.
The Yankees are the only team in either League to win more than three series in a row, winning in four consecutive seasons from 1936โ€”1939, and an MLB record five consecutive seasons from 1949โ€”1953.
The Yankees also won three consecutive World Series from 1998โ€”2000.
The only team other than the Yankees to win three consecutive World Series is thewho won three straight Series from 1972โ€”1974.
The Yankees are the only American League franchise to appear in four or more consecutive World Series, doing so from 1936โ€”1939, 1949โ€”1953, 1955โ€”1958, 1960โ€”1964, and 1998โ€”2001.
No National League team has ever won three consecutive World Series.
They also hold the longest ever pennant drought of all time, which stretched from 1945 to 2016.
Their pennant drought ended with a 4โ€”2 series victory over the in the 2016 NLCS.
With the Cubs' subsequent victory in the 2016 World Series, the longest active World Series championship drought belongs coincidentally to their opponents in that series, thewho have not won a World Series since 1948.
The Indians' drought is the second longest active championship drought among all four major professional sports leagues in North America MLB, NBA, NFL, and NHL ; only the NFL'swho last won a league championship in 1947, when the team still operated as the Chicago Cardinals, have a longer active championship drought.
The team with the longest active pennant drought among AL teams that have played in a World Series at least once is thewho have not reached a World Series since winning their last title in 1983.
The team with the longest active pennant drought among NL teams that have played in a World Series at least once is thewho have not reached a World Series since winning their last title in 1979.
This also means that the Pirates hold the second longest active World Series title drought among all teams that have at least one Series and longest championship drought among NL teams that have won a Series.
The only exceptions are: formerly Seattle Pilots,formerly Devil Raysand formerly Washington Senators.
The Padres and Rangers have both lost two World Series; the remaining teams have all one Series.
As of 2019, all teams with three or more World Series appearances have won the World Series at least once.
Both franchises have competed in a League Championship Series at least once.
Two other franchises played all games in the world won their lone appearance: the National League's Arizona Diamondbacks 2001 and American League's Los Angeles Angels 2002 as the Anaheim Angels.
They have won titles in, and after their last loss in.
After losing the World Series to thethe Yankees won their next eight appearances in the series,,and before losing in to the Cardinals again.
The are the National League leader in this category, with four titles,and between series losses in 1943 and.
The Dodgers lost their first seven appearances in the Fall Classics,, and before winning their first title in.
The Cubs' situation was the opposite: between winning their last two titles in and 2016they lost the World Series in,, and.
The have four World Series losses,and since their last crown inmore than any other team in the American League.
The previous record of fourteen years in between the and the was broken when the did not qualify for the postseason in 2015 following their victory in the.
This streak was broken when the Dodgers, which had won inwon in.
This trend reverses the previous historical trend in which Game 7 had been most often won by the road team, in,,and.
During the 1960s and 1970s, the home team had won Game 7 only in, and.
Only the Pittsburgh Pirates have accomplished the feat twice; they were the first and team to accomplish the feat.
By contrast, only the St.
Louis Cardinals have twice suffered defeat in the World Series when holding a commanding 3-games-to-1 lead.
The New York Yankees were the first team to accomplish the feat.
The recent tendency of a team winning the first two games at home and then winning the Series suggests the theoretical advantage to gaining home-field advantage and the first two games at home.
Nine teams have swept a World Series at least once, the having done so most often 8 times.
The, and have all done it twice.
The, and have each swept one Series.
Six of these teams all but the Orioles, Red Sox and White Sox have also been swept 0โ€”4 in at least one World Series.
The Red Sox' two World Series sweeps are the most of any team that has never been swept in one.
The Reds and Yankees are the only teams to have swept each other the Yankees swept the Reds inwhile the Reds swept the Yankees in.
The Giants are the only team to record World Series sweeps in two cities: New York and San Francisco.
The are the last team to date, and the only one sinceto sweep a World Series it began on the road as well as the last American League champion to win a World Series it began on the road until the 2017 season when the Astros defeated the Dodgers in 7 games.
The are the last National League team to date to sweep a World Series it began on the road.
The Athletics and Yankees are the only two of these with at least one World Series sweep to their credit, the other two being among nine teams overall that have never swept a World Series, but have been swept in one the,, and being the others.
In 1907, the first game was the tie and the Cubs won four straight after that.
InGame 2 was the tie.
When added to their Game 7 victory inthis means that the Reds have won their last 9 consecutive World Series games, making this the current longest winning streak in terms of consecutive World Series games won.
The Reds are also to date the only team since the inception of the League Championship Series LCS in 1969 to sweep the entire postseason.
The 1976 "Big Red Machine" swept the Philadelphia Phillies in the National League LCS in three games, and then swept the New York Yankees in the World Series in four games.
The longest ever streak of consecutive World Series games won is 14 by the New York Yankees, who won four straight games to win the after losing the first two games of that series, then swept their next two World Series appearances in andand then won the first two games of the before losing the third game of that Series to the.
In addition, the deciding Game 8 one game had ended in a tie of the ended in a walk-off.
Two men have ended a World Series with a : in 1960 and in 1993.
Mazeroski's was a solo shot in the bottom of the ninth of Game 7 to win a championship for thewhile Carter's was a three-run shot in Game 6 that won a championship for the.
In the bottom of the ninth inning of Game 7 of theof the tried to steal second base with two outs and his team trailing the 3โ€”2.
Ruth was thrown out by Cardinals catcher after swung at and missed a pitch from.
Louis second baseman applied the tag on Ruth, who in his career was successful on 51% of his stolen base attempts.
Ruth, Alexander and Hornsby were inducted into the.
Kolten Wong of the was picked off first base in Game 4 of the by closer Koji Uehara.
The score was 4โ€”2 and rookie Wong was a pinch runner.
Game 5 in Philadelphia was suspended on Monday, October 27, 2008 with a 2โ€”2 score, and resumed in the bottom of the sixth on Wednesday, October 29.
The Phillies went on to win the game and clinch the series.
The Twins accomplished this inwhen the Twins defeated the St.
Louis Cardinals, then 4 years later inwhen the Twins defeated the.
The Twins victories in both series were in games 1, 2, 6, and 7, while their National League opponents won games 3, 4, and 5.
This same scenario also occurred inwhen the Arizona Diamondbacks defeated the New York Yankees.
In thewas the MVP having pitched games 1, 4, and 7, and finishing with a 2โ€”1 record.
Inachieved the same feat pitching games 1, 4, and 7 with a 2โ€”0 record and a no decision in game 4, and winning MVP honors.
However, Morris's MVP came on the heels of pitching 10 shutout innings in game 7.
Finally, inand took MVP honors by being the reason the were in position to win the series.
The title was won this way in 1939,2012, and 2015, with the road team winning each time.
Seven-game series winners were outscored in,,,,and.
An equal number of runs were scored by the teams in 6 games, and.
A five-game series winner has yet to be outscored: the closest margins were two runs in and three in.
The closest composite margin in a four-game sweep is six runs .
Before the introduction of in 1997, the only opportunity for two teams playing in the same area but in different leagues to face each other in official competition would have been in a World Series.
The were known as "the Hitless Wonders" that year, with the worst team batting average in the American League.
The had a winning percentage of.
But in an upset, the White Sox beat the Cubs four games to two.
Fourteen "" have been played entirely within New York City, all including the American League's.
Thirteen of them matched the Yankees with either the or the of the National League.
The initial instances occurred in andwhen the Giants beat the Yankees in consecutive World Series that were not technically "subway series" since the teams shared the as their home ballpark.
The Yankees finally beat the Giantstheir first in their brand-newand won the two teams' three subsequent Fall Classic match-ups inand.
The Yankees faced Brooklyn seven times in October, winning their first five meetings in,andbefore losing to the Dodgers inBrooklyn's sole World Championship.
The last Subway Series involving the original New York ballclubs came inwhen the Yankees again beat the Dodgers.
The trio was separated in 1958 when the Dodgers and Giants moved to California although the Yankees subsequently met and beat the now- inand played the now- four times, losing to them in a four-game sweep inbeating them back-to-back in and and losing to them in.
An all-New York Series did not recur untilwhen the defeated the in five games.
The last World Series played entirely in one ballpark was the between the and the.
The Cardinals won in six games, all held in their shared home.
Thesometimes called the " Series" or the " Series" after the connecting transit linefeatured the and theteams that play just across from each other.
The series is most remembered for the that struck the just before game 3 was scheduled to begin.
The quake caused significant damage to both communities and that connects them, forcing the postponement of the series.
Play resumed ten days later, and the A's swept the Giants in four games.
The earthquake disruption of the Series almost completely overshadowed the fact that the 1989 Series represented a resumption after many decades of the October rivalry between the Giants and the A's dating back to the early years of the 20th Century, when the then-New York Giants had defeated the then- inand had lost to them in and again in.
The Giants are the only team to have played in cross-town World Series in two cities, having faced the Yankees six times while located in New York, and the Athletics once while based in San Francisco.
Two cross-town World Series match-ups were formerly possible but did not occur โ€” the Boston Red Sox vs.
The Braves moved to Milwaukee in 1953, and the Athletics moved to Kansas City in 1955.
Currently there are four metropolitan areas that have two Major League Baseball teams โ€” New York, Chicago, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.
Of the four, only Los Angeles has not hosted a cross-town World Series.
Such a contest would pit the Dodgers against the Angels.
Below is a chronological list of World Series played between teams from the same metropolitan area, with the winning teams listed in boldface.
Year American League National League Chicago White Sox Chicago Cubs New York Yankees New York Giants New York Yankees New York Giants New York Yankees New York Giants New York Yankees New York Giants New York Yankees New York Giants New York Yankees Brooklyn Dodgers St.
Other than the St.
Louis World Series of 1944, the only postseason tournament held entirely within was the in 1985 named for the between the and thewho won at home in the seventh game.
Going into the 2017 season, there has never been an in-state World Series between the teams in Ohio andFlorida andTexas and โ€” who now both play in the American League since the Astros changed leagues in 2013, making any future joint World Series appearance an impossibility unless one of the teams switches leaguesor Pennsylvania the and the have been traditional National League rivals going back to the late 19th Century.
Neither the Phillies nor the Pirates ever faced the Athletics in October during the latter team's tenure in Philadelphia, through 1954.
The never similarly faced the while the latter team played in Boston through 1952.
There also was never an all-Canada World Series between the and the formerwho never won a National League pennant when they played in that Canadian city from 1969 through 2004.
The Expos became the in 2005 โ€” raising the possibility of a potential future " World Series" between the National League team and the AL'swho play just 50 miles to the north of Washington.
Louis, as the Brownsbut all three of their titles and three of their four losses have come while based in Baltimore.
The National League were the last of the original teams to win their first Series, in.
They were also the last to win at least two, with their second Series victory in.
The were the first team to win the series twice, in 1907 and 1908.
Although they never won another American League pennant while in St.
Louis, they have won three World Series in six appearances since moving to Baltimore.
The were the last original National League team to appear in or win a modern World Series, doing both in.
They have subsequently won more World Series than any other National League club: 11 championships through 2017.
Conversely, they have lost at least one World Series to six of the original NL teams, never losing to the or the.
The have played at least one Series against every original National League team except the Boston, Milwaukee and Atlantawith whom they shared a home city through 1952.
Louis Cardinals are currently the only club of the National League's original eight that holds an overall Series lead over the Yankees, 3 to 2, taking that lead in 1964.
The Giants won their first two Series over the Yankees 1921 and 1922but the Yankees have faced the Giants five times since then and have won all five, taking the overall lead over the Giants in 1937.
The Pittsburgh Pirates and Yankees have faced each other twice 1927 and 1960with the Yankees winning in 1927 and the Pirates winning in 1960, making the two teams.
The achieved these milestones in the second-fewest number of seasons fifth season.
The fastest AL expansion franchise to win a pennant was the in 2008 11th season and the fastest AL expansion franchise to win a World Series was the in 1992 16th season.
Both were by the.
The AL also had two expansion teams appear in the World Series the being the second, in before the National League's second expansion team to appearโ€”the in.
Until 2015, all World Series matchups featured at least one of the 16 teams established by 1903.
Each team was also the first team in each respective league to win the World Series, the Mets in 1969 and the Royals in 1985.
Each team has the most appearance by an expansion team in each respective league in the World Series, with five for the Mets in 1969, 1973, 1986, 2000, and 2015, and four for the Royals in 1980, 1985, 2014, and 2015.
As of the end of the 2017 edition, expansion teams were 11โ€”12 in the World Series, with four teams the, and each winning two.
The then- theand the had each won one Series by the end of the 2017 season.
Both teams have competed in postseason play and appeared in their respective League Championship Series at least once, but have no League Championship Series victories.
Three World Series have featured teams with identical regular season records 1949, 1958, 2013.
The was contested by the 1926 champion Cardinals and 1927 champion Yankees; the Yankees won the series 4โ€”0.
In 1943, the 1941 champion Yankees met the 1942 champion Cardinals, which the Yankees won 4โ€”1.
In thethe 1956 champion Yankees faced the 1957 champion Milwaukee Braves; the Yankees won this series 4โ€”3.
The Brewers won their lone ALCS appearance in 1982 against the and lost both of their NLCS appearances in 2011 against theand in 2018 against themaking them 1โ€”2 all time between both League Championship Series.
The Astros, meanwhile, have a 2โ€”4 record between both League Championship Series, having gone 1โ€”3 in four NLCS appearances lost in 1980 to thelost in 1986 to thelost in 2004 to the Cardinals, and won in 2005 versus the Cardinals and 1-1 in their ALCS appearances against the in 2017 and the in 2018 a victory in seven against the Yankees and a loss in five games against the Red Sox.
With their victories in both the and thethe Astros are the only team in MLB to have represented both the and the in the World Series.
The defeated the Dodgers 1โ€”0 in the record-setting game.
Games 3 and 4 of that series also drew crowds in excess of 92,000.
In fact, all five teams have won the World Series at least twice.
Ingames in were only seen in the.
Meanwhile, games in were only seen in the and.
The games were open to all channels with a network affiliation.
In all, the 1948 World Series was televised to fans in seven Midwestern cities: Cleveland,, and.
ByWorld Series games could now be seen east of the.
The games were open to all channels with a network played in the world />ByWorld Series games could be seen in most of the country, but not all.
Meanwhile, marked the first time that the World Series was.
In the meantime, Gillette also on, and.
More to the point, in some cities, the World Series was broadcast on three stations at once.
Game 5 is, to date, the last Major League Baseball game to be telecast by ABC had there been a Game 7, ABC would've televised it.
This was the only World Series to be produced under the "" umbrella a between Major League Baseball, ABC, and NBC.
In July 1995, both networks announced that they would be pulling out of what was supposed to be a six-year-long venture.
NBC would next cover the NBC's first entirely since and over the course of a five-year-long contract, in which would cover the World Series in even numbered years, and.
Some Americans, even those close to 'world champions' themselves, question whether the title is justified.
It is often considered "arrogant and ignorant" by the rest of the world.
The United States, Canada, andestablished 1925 were the only professional baseball countries until a few decades into the 20th century.
The first efforts began in 1920.
The current Japanese leagues date from the late 1940s after World War II.
Various Latin American leagues also formed around that time.
By the 1990s, baseball was played at a highly skilled level in many countries.
Reaching North America's high-salary major leagues is the goal of many of the best players around the world, which gives a strong international flavor to the Series.
One notable exception is Cuban citizens, because of the since 1959 yet a number of Cuba's finest ballplayers have still managed to defect to the United States over the past half-century to play in the American professional leagues.
Japanese professional players also have a difficult time coming to the North American leagues.
They become free agents only after nine years playing service in the NPB, although their Japanese teams may at any time "" them for bids from MLB teams, which commonly happens at the player's request.
Several tournaments feature teams composed only of players from one country, similar to national teams in other sports.
Thesponsored by Major League Baseball and sanctioned by the sport's world governing body, the WBSCuses a format similar to the to promote competition between nations every four years.
The WBSC has since added thea tournament also involving national teams; the first event was held in 2015, and is planned to be held every four years in the middle of the World Baseball Classic cycle.
The World Baseball Classic is held in March and the Premier12 is held in November, allowing both events to feature top-level players from all nations.
The predecessor to the WBSC as the sport's international governing body, thealso sponsored a to crown a world champion.
However, because the World Cup was held during the Northern Hemisphere summer, during the playing season of almost all top-level leagues, its teams did not feature the best talent from each nation.
As a result, baseball fans paid little or no attention to the World Cup and generally disregarded its results.
The features competition among the league champions from Mexico, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, and Venezuela but unlike thethere is no club competition that features champions from all professional leagues across the world.
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Also, a paperback from 1961 called World Series Encyclopedia, edited by Don Schiffer, mentioned the 1880s and 1890s Series in the introduction but otherwise left them out of the discussion.
The World Almanac has also long since modified that list's heading to read simply "World Series Results".
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The first night game in World Series history was a thrilling one for Pittsburgh fans.
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Most of the changes were regarding issues that had been discussed for weeks, but one surprising twist is that home-field advantage in the World Series will no longer be tied to the All-Star Game, as first reported by The Associated Press.
Instead, the pennant winner with the better regular-season record will get home-field advantage in the Fall Classic.
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Immediately after the final putout of thebroadcaster commented that "the are 2008 World Champions of baseball!
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Mothers are superheroes and goddesses in my eyesโ€”why imply that they, that we, are broke down messes; that because we've born children, we are decidedly worse for the wear?
So next time you hear "Mommy, I'm bored!
Invite her pals over, spin the globe, and pick out a location.
Laughter needs no translation.
Kate Powers Chile: Corre, Corre la Guaraca The fun-to-say game name translates to "Run, Run, la Guaraca.
Players: Five or more, ages 5 and up What You'll Need: A handkerchief.
How to Play: Players sit in a circle while a played all games in the world jogs around the outer rim with a handkerchief.
The seated kids are not allowed to watch.
They sing " Corre, Corre, la Guaraca who looks back will be bopped on his head!
If he makes it around the circle before the player realizes that it's on her back, the seated player is out.
If the seated player catches on, she must tag the runner.
If she succeeds, the runner is out.
If she fails to tag him, they play again, but this time player 2 is the runner.
Image zoom Greece: Statues American children may not be familiar with the classic Discus Thrower, but Greek children have access to some amazing marble statues that date to ancient times.
After a trip to the museum, it's only natural that they would incorporate some of these awe-inspiring characters into an imaginative game.
Players: Four or more; ages 4 and up How to Play: Choose one player to be "It" and have her stand, eyes covered, in the center of a large, open playing field.
She starts to count, at least to 10, but she can go higher.
The point is that there's no set ending number; only "It" knows when she'll stop and open her eyes.
While "It" is counting, the others scatter around, never sure when she'll yell " Agalmata!
Tell kids to yell it to be authentic, or to just say "statue" if that's easier.
On this cue, players freeze, taking on poses that mimic famous statues.
They can pull from any statue they've ever seen a photo of -- a javelin thrower, The Played all games in the world, even the Statue of Liberty.
Kids are allowed to use found items, such as sticks, a ball, or a Frisbee, to add a touch of realism.
The last player remaining composed is the winner and becomes the new "It.
Given the chance to break out of the crowd, Pakistani children, much like American kids, love to laugh and shout their way through a rousing game of tag.
Players: Four or more; ages 5 and up What You'll Need: An outdoor space with lots of obstacles like tree stumps, a slide, a swing, rocks, or sturdy benches.
How to Play: The game begins with one child as "It.
If he chooses neech, then the ground is not safe; runners can be tagged out unless they are ounch, up on something like a stump or a rock.
The opposite is true as well: If "It" chooses ounch, then the ground is safe so everyone remains on terra firma.
Of course, children quickly realize that it's boring to stay only in the safe zones.
The first person tagged becomes "It" for the next round of the game.
Great fun, great exercise, and a great way to burn energy.
Players: Six; ages 4 and up What You'll Need: Sticks and stones, or if that would be confusing for kids when playing in a backyard packed with them, you can use pennies, one for each player.
How to Play: Designate a leader and a timekeeper, and determine a finish line.
The leader secretly hides the pennies while the other players have their back turned.
The timekeeper waits at the finish line to judge which player is first.
When the leader says " Pilolo!
The winner is awarded one point.
To play again, gather the pennies and designate a new timekeeper and leader.
The game is repeated as many times as energy allows; the player with the most points wins.
Republic of Korea: Kongki Noli Today, Korea is a modern nation, but with its history dating back more than 5,000 years, the country also retains a great deal of traditional culture.
Korean children celebrate many festivals throughout the year, with colorful costumes and special foods.
Players: Two or more; ages 5 and up What You'll Need: Click to see more small stones.
How to Play: This traditional childhood game is similar to the American "jacks.
He then picks one up and tosses it in the air and quickly tries to pick up another stone in time to catch the one he just threw.
Now he has two in his hand; he throws one of the stones up in the air, and picks up a third.
This goes on until he has all the stones in his hand.
In the second round, the player picks up two stones every time he throws one up.
In the third round, he picks up three; four in the fourth, and the fifth time he picks them all up.
For the game's last step, the player tosses all the stones in the air and tries to catch them on the back of his hand.
Then he tosses them up again and tries to catch them in his palm.
The number he catches is that player's score.
If he fails to catch them all, it's the next person's turn.
Image zoom United Kingdom: Pass the Parcel A popular party game in the United Kingdom, Pass the Parcel may have been played during the medieval era.
During that time, a special gift would have been wrapped in cloth and pretty ribbons.
Today, a package covered in layers of colorful paper is passed from child to child to the sound of music.
Players: Five or more; ages 4 and up What You'll Need: A white elephant "surprise gift".
Wrapping paper or newspaper and tape.
How to Play: Before the game begins, Mom or Dad will need to make the parcel by wrapping something fun or silly they have around the house in layer upon layer of paper.
Using a different pattern or color for each layer will make it easier for kids to tell them apart.
To play, ask the kids to sit or stand in a circle, then turn on the music.
Players pass the parcel around until an adult stops the music.
The player who is holding the gift removes one layer of wrapping paper.
Start up the music again and continue playing until the final layer of paper played all games in the world removed.
The child who "wins" the prize can keep it or not.
This is also a fun game for children to play at parties, but an adult ensures that the child celebrating opens a nice present.
Sumatra: Semut, Orang, Gajah The large Indonesian island is home to the Sumatran elephant, which has made its way into this kids' game, similar to the American "Rock, Paper, Scissors.
Players: Two; ages 3 and up How to Play: Players pump their fist up and down to the count of three.
On four, they straighten their arm and give one of three signs: Pinky out is "ant" semutpointer finger out is "man" orangand thumb out is "elephant" gajah.
The elephant beats man because it is stronger; man defeats the ant because he can step on it and squash it.
It can crawl into the elephant's ear, bite him, and drive him crazy, so the ant beats the elephant.
If players make the same signs, they go again.
Two out of three wins.
Australia: Skippyroo Kangaroo Ah, Australia!
It's both a country and a continent: a vast, mysterious, played all games in the world diverse land filled with wonderfully wacky wildlife -- animals like the Tasmanian devil, platypus, wallaby, wombat, koala, kookaburra, and, of course, every kid's favorite, the kangaroo, which gives this game its name.
Players: As many as 25 or as few as six; ages 3 and up How to Play: This is a popular game played in many Australian preschools and kindergartens to help teach children their classmates' names as well as good listening skills.
Kids sit in a circle and an adult asks one child to go into the middle -- she is the first Skippyroo, the kangaroo.
Skippyroo crouches forward on the floor with her eyes closed while the kids in the circle chant: "Skippyroo, kangaroo, dozing in the midday sun, comes a hunter, run, run, run.
Skippyroo tries to name the owner of the voice and if she guesses correctly, swaps places.
The game begins again and continues until all the kids have had a chance to be Skippyroo.
Israel: Go-Go-Im During midsummer, when fresh apricots are in season, Israeli kids play games with the small, smooth pits known as go-gos, which are plentiful and perfect for tossing.
They tote customized boxes and challenge their friends to toss pits for points.
Players: Two or more; ages 5 and up What You'll Need: 100 or fewer, but at least 20 apricot pits per each player.
If these aren't available use acorns or small stones.
A shoe box for each player.
How to Play: With a grown-up's help, players must first prepare their boxes by cutting six holes of varying sizes along the lid's top.
The smallest hole should be just slightly bigger than the go-go, the others incrementally larger.
Each hole is given a point value, usually 1 for the largest opening2, 5, 10, 50, and 100 for the most challenging hole.
The game begins like this: Standing about five feet away or closer if that's too difficulta player tries to throw one of his pits into another player's box.
If he makes it, the point value of the hole determines how many go-gos that player must give him.
If he misses the box entirely, he loses his one go-go.
So kids don't have to lug around buckets of pits or stones on the chance someone gets one in the toughest hole, he'd have to pony up 100!
Kids can also personalize their shoe box by decorating it if desired.
Armenia: Egg Jousting For American kids, egg hunts are a big part of the Easter celebration.
Armenian children have a different tradition that pits hard-boiled egg against egg in a silly jousting competition.
Players: Two; ages 3 and up What You'll Need: A colored hard-boiled egg for each player.
How to Play: Facing each other, the played all games in the world players gently tap the small end of their eggs together until the end of one egg cracks.
Next, they joust with the large end of their eggs.
Hard-boiled eggs can withstand three to four "hits" before cracking, and maybe more depending on the tapping force.
Mom testers say the two eggs do not crack at the same time; in all cases, only one of the eggs was destroyed.
The cracked egg is given to the winner as a trophy, then you can make egg-salad sandwiches for lunch!
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