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1903
   World Series Champions were the   
Boston Americans
5 games to 3 v. Pittsburgh Pirates
1904
   World Series Champions were the   
None
Boycotted by New York Giants
1905
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Giants
4 games to 1 v. Philadelphia Athletics
1906
   World Series Champions were the   
Chicago White Sox
4 games to 2 v. Chicago Cubs
1907
   World Series Champions were the   
Chicago Cubs
sweep v. Detroit Tigers
1908
   World Series Champions were the   
Chicago Cubs
4 games to 1 v. Detroit Tigers
1909
   World Series Champions were the   
Pittsburgh Pirates
4 games to 3 v. Detroit Tigers
1910
   World Series Champions were the   
Philadelphia Athletics
4 games to 1 v. Chicago Cubs
1911
   World Series Champions were the   
Philadelphia Athletics
4 games to 2 v. New York Giants
1912
   World Series Champions were the   
Boston Red Sox
4 games to 3 v. New York Giants
1913
   World Series Champions were the   
Philadelphia Athletics
4 games to 1 v. New York Giants
1914
   World Series Champions were the   
Boston Braves
sweep v. Philadelphia Athletics
1915
   World Series Champions were the   
Boston Red Sox
4 games to 1 v. Philadelphia Phillies
1916
   World Series Champions were the   
Boston Red Sox
4 games to 1 v. Brooklyn Dodgers
1917
   World Series Champions were the   
Chicago White Sox
4 games to 2 v. New York Giants
1918
   World Series Champions were the   
Boston Red Sox
4 games to 2 v. Chicago Cubs
1919
   World Series Champions were the   
Cincinnati Reds
5 games to 3 v. Chicago White Sox
1920
   World Series Champions were the   
Cleveland Indians
5 games to 2 v. Brooklyn Dodgers
1921
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Giants
5 games to 3 v. New York Yankees
1922
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Giants
Sweep v. New York Yankees
1923
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
Won in 6 Games v. New York Giants
1924
   World Series Champions were the   
Washington Senators
Won in 7 games v. New York Giants
1925
   World Series Champions were the   
Pittsburgh Pirates
Won in 7 games v. Washington Senators
1926
   World Series Champions were the   
St. Louis Cardinals
Won in 7 games v. New York Yankees
1927
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
Swept the Pittsburgh Pirates in 4 games
1928
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
Swept the St. Louis Cardinals in 4 games
1929
   World Series Champions were the   
Philadelphia Athletics
Won in 5 games v. Chicago Cubs
1930
   World Series Champions were the   
Philadelphia Athletics
Won in 6 games v. St. Louis Cardinals
1931
   World Series Champions were the   
St. Louis Cardinals
Won in 7 games v. Philadelphia Athletics
1932
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
Swept the Chicago Cubs in 4 games
1933
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Giants
5 games v. Washington Senators
1934
   World Series Champions were the   
St. Louis Cardinals
7 games v. Detroit Tigers
1935
   World Series Champions were the   
Detroit Tigers
6 games v. Chicago Cubs
1936
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
6 games v. New York Giants
1937
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
5 games v. New York Giants
1938
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
Swept the Chicago Cubs
1939
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
Swept the Cincinnati Reds
1940
   World Series Champions were the   
Cincinnati Reds
7 games v. Detroit Tigers
1941
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
5 games v. Brooklyn Dodgers
1942
   World Series Champions were the   
St. Louis Cardinals
5 games v. New York Yankees
1943
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
5 games v. St. Louis Cardinals
1944
   World Series Champions were the   
St. Louis Cardinals
6 games v. St. Louis Browns
1945
   World Series Champions were the   
Detroit Tigers
7 games v. Chicago Cubs
1946
   World Series Champions were the   
St. Louis Cardinals
7 games v. Boston Red Sox
1947
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
7 games v. Brooklyn Dodgers
1948
   World Series Champions were the   
Cleveland Indians
6 games v. Boston Braves
1949
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
5 games v. Brooklyn Dodgers
1950
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
Swept the Philadelphia Phillies in 4 games
1951
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
6 games v. New York Giants
1952
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
7 games v. Brooklyn Dodgers
1953
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
6 games v. Brooklyn Dodgers
1954
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Giants
Swept the Cleveland Indians
1955
   World Series Champions were the   
Brooklyn Dodgers
7 games v. New York Yankees. MVP: Johnny Podres
1956
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
7 games v. Brooklyn Dodgers. MVP: Don Larsen
1957
   World Series Champions were the   
Milwaukee Braves
7 games v. New York Yankees. MVP: Lew Burdette
1958
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
7 games v. Milwaukee Braves. MVP: Bob Turley
1959
   World Series Champions were the   
Los Angeles Dodgers
6 games v. Chicago White Sox. MVP: Larry Sherry
1960
   World Series Champions were the   
Pittsburgh Pirates
7 games v. New York Yankees. MVP: Bobby Richardson of New York
1961
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
5 games v. Cincinnati Reds. MVP: Whitey Ford
1962
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
7 games v. San Francisco Giants MVP: Ralph Terry
1963
   World Series Champions were the   
Los Angeles Dodgers
Swept New York Yankees in 4 games. MVP: Sandy Koufax
1964
   World Series Champions were the   
St. Louis Cardinals
7 games v. New York Yankees. MVP: Bob Gibson
1965
   World Series Champions were the   
Los Angeles Dodgers
7 games v. Minnesota Twins. MVP: Sandy Koufax
1966
   World Series Champions were the   
Baltimore Orioles
Swept Los Angeles Dodgers in 4 games. MVP: Frank Robinson
1967
   World Series Champions were the   
St. Louis Cardinals
7 games v. Boston Red Sox. MVP: Bob Gibson
1968
   World Series Champions were the   
Detroit Tigers
7 games v. St. Louis Cardinals. MVP: Mickey Lolich
1969
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Mets
5 games v. Baltimore Orioles. MVP: Don Clendenon
1970
   World Series Champions were the   
Baltimore Orioles
5 games v. Cincinnati Reds. MVP: Brooks Robinson
1971
   World Series Champions were the   
Pittsburgh Pirates
7 games v. Baltimore Orioles. MVP: Roberto Clemente
1972
   World Series Champions were the   
Oakland Athletics
7 games v. Cincinnati Reds. MVP: Gene Tenace
1973
   World Series Champions were the   
Oakland Athletics
7 games v. New York Mets. MVP: Reggie Jackson
1974
   World Series Champions were the   
Oakland Athletics
5 games v. Los Angeles Dodgers. MVP: Rollie Fingers
1975
   World Series Champions were the   
Cincinnati Reds
7 games v. Boston Red Sox. MVP: Pete Rose
1976
   World Series Champions were the   
Cincinnati Reds
Swept the New York Yankees in 4 games. MVP: Johnny Bench
1977
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
6 games v. Los Angeles Dodgers. MVP: Reggie Jackson
1978
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
6 games v. Los Angeles Dodgers. MVP: Bucky Dent
1979
   World Series Champions were the   
Pittsburgh Pirates
7 games v. Baltimore Orioles. MVP: Willie Stargell
1980
   World Series Champions were the   
Philadelphia Phillies
6 games v. Kansas City Royals. MVP: Mike Schmidt
1981
   World Series Champions were the   
Los Angeles Dodgers
6 games v. New York Yankees. MVPs: Ron Cey, Pedro Guerrero, and Steve Yeager
1982
   World Series Champions were the   
St. Louis Cardinals
7 games v. Milwaukee Brewers. MVP: Darrell Porter
1983
   World Series Champions were the   
Baltimore Orioles
5 games v. Philadelphia Phillies. MVP: Rick Dempsey
1984
   World Series Champions were the   
Detroit Tigers
5 games v. San Diego Padres. MVP: Alan Trammell
1985
   World Series Champions were the   
Kansas City Royals
7 games v. St. Louis Cardinals. MVP: Bret Saberhagen
1986
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Mets
7 games v. Boston Red Sox. MVP: Ray Knight
1987
   World Series Champions were the   
Minnesota Twins
7 games v. St. Louis Cardinals. MVP: Frank Viola
1988
   World Series Champions were the   
Los Angeles Dodgers
5 games v. Oakland Athletics. MVP: Orel Hershiser
1989
   World Series Champions were the   
Oakland Athletics
Swept the San Francisco Giants in 4 games. MVP: Dave Stewart
1990
   World Series Champions were the   
Cincinnati Reds
Swept the Oakland Athletics in 4 games. MVP: Jose Rijo
1991
   World Series Champions were the   
Minnesota Twins
7 games v. Atlanta Braves. MVP: Jack Morris
1992
   World Series Champions were the   
Toronto Blue Jays
6 games v. Atlanta Braves. MVP: Paul Molitor
1993
   World Series Champions were the   
Toronto Blue Jays
6 games v. Philadelphia Phillies. MVP: Paul Molitor
1994
   World Series Champions were the   
None
Cancelled due to labor strike
1995
   World Series Champions were the   
Atlanta Braves
6 games v. Cleveland Indians. MVP: Tom Glavine
1996
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
6 games v. Atlanta Braves. MVP: John Wetteland
1997
   World Series Champions were the   
Florida Marlins
7 games v. Cleveland Indians. MVP: Livan Hernandez
1998
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
Swept San Diego Padres in 4 games. MVP: Scott Brosius
1999
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
Swept Atlanta Braves in 4 games. MVP: Mariano Rivera
2000
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
5 games v. New York Mets. MVP: Derek Jeter
2001
   World Series Champions were the   
Arizona Diamondbacks
7 games v. New York Yankees. MVPs: Randy Johnson and Curt Schilling
2002
   World Series Champions were the   
Anaheim Angels
7 games v. San Francisco Giants. MVP: Troy Glaus
2003
   World Series Champions were the   
Florida Marlins
6 games v. New York Yankees. MVP: Josh Beckett
2004
   World Series Champions were the   
Boston Red Sox
Swept St. Louis Cardinals in 4 games. MVP: Manny Ramirez
2005
   World Series Champions were the   
Chicago White Sox
Swept Houston Astros in 4 games. MVP: Jermaine Dye
2006
   World Series Champions were the   
St. Louis Cardinals
5 games v. Detroit Tigers. MVP: David Eckstein
2007
   World Series Champions were the   
Boston Red Sox
Swept Colorado Rockies 4-0. MVP: Mike Lowell
2008
   World Series Champions were the   
Philadelphia Phillies
4-1 against Tampa Bay Rays. MVP: Cole Hamels
2009
   World Series Champions were the   
New York Yankees
4-2 vs Philadelphia Phillies MVP: Hideki Matsui
2010
   World Series Champions were the   
San Francisco Giants
4-1 vs Texas Rangers MVP: Edgar Renteria
2011
   World Series Champions were the   
St. Louis Cardinals
4-3 vs Texas Rangers MVP: David Freese
2012
   World Series Champions were the   
San Francisco Giants
4-0 vs. Detroit Tigers, MVP Pablo Sandoval
2013
   World Series Champions were the   
Boston Red Sox
4-2 vs. St Louis Cardinals, MVP David Ortiz
2014
   World Series Champions were the   
San Francisco Giants
4-3, Kansas City Royals, MVP Madison Bumgarner
2015
   World Series Champions were the   
Kansas City Royals
4-1, New York Mets, MVP Salvador Perez
2016
   World Series Champions were the   
Chicago Cubs
4-3, Cleveland Indians, MVP Ben Zobrist


Facts contributed by:


Allan R. Matthes








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