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All Time World Series Winners, Game Results and MVP's



A complete season by season list of the winners of each World Series since the first World Series in 1903. Also including a complete list of ALCS and NLCS losers, World Series Winning Coaches and World Series MVP's.

Year   World Series Winner World Series Loser Games MVP Winning Coach ALCS Loser NLCS Loser
2014 San Francisco Giants Kansas City Royals 4-3 Madison Bumgarner Bruce Bochy Baltimore Orioles (0-4) St. Louis Cardinals (1-4)
2013 Boston Red Sox St. Louis Cardinals 4-2 David Ortiz John Farrell Detroit Tigers (2-4) LA Dodgers (2-4)
2012 San Francisco Giants Detroit Tigers 4-0 Pablo Sandoval Bruce Bochy NY Yankees (0-4) St. Louis Cardinals (3-4)
2011 St. Louis Cardinals Texas Rangers 4-3 David Freese Tony La Russa Detroit Tigers (2-4) Milwaukee Brewers (2-4)
2010 San Francisco Giants Texas Rangers 4-1 Edgar Renteria Bruce Bochy NY Yankees (2-4) Philidelphia Phillies (2-4)
2009 New York Yankees Philadelphia Phillies 4-2 Hideki Matsui Joe Girardi Los Angeles Angels (2-4) LA Dodgers (1-4)
2008 Philadelphia Phillies Tampa Bay Rays 4-1 Cole Hamels Charlie Manuel Boston Red Sox (3-4) LA Dodgers (1-4)
2007 Boston Red Sox Colorado Rockies 4-0 Mike Lowell Terry Francona Cleveland Indians (3-4) Arizona Diamondbacks (0-4)
2006 St. Louis Cardinals Detroit Tigers 4-1 David Eckstein Tony La Russa Oakland A's (0-4) NY Mets (3-4)
2005 Chicago White Sox Houston Astros 4-0 Jermaine Dye Ozzie Guillen Los Angles Angels (1-4) St. Louis Cardinals (2-4)
2004 Boston Red Sox St. Louis Cardinals 4-0 Manny Ramirez Terry Francona NY Yankees (3-4) Houston Astros (3-4)
2003 Florida Marlins New York Yankees 4-2 Josh Beckett Jack McKeon Boston Red Sox (3-4) Chicago Cubs (3-4)
2002 Anaheim Angels San Francisco Giants 4-3 Troy Glaus Mike Scioscia Minnesota Twins (1-4) St. Louis Cardinals (1-4)
2001 Arizona Diamondbacks New York Yankees 4-3 Randy Johnson and Curt Schilling Bob Brenly Seattle Mariners (1-4) Atlanta Braves (1-4)
2000 New York Yankees New York Mets 4-1 Derek Jeter Joe Torre Seattle Mariners (2-4) St. Louis Cardinals (1-4)
1999 New York Yankees Atlanta Braves 4-0 Mariano Rivera Joe Torre Boston Red Sox (1-4) NY Mets (2-4)
1998 New York Yankees San Diego Padres 4-0 Scott Brosius Joe Torre Cleveland Indians(2-4) Atlanta Braves (2-4)
1997 Florida Marlins Cleveland Indians 4-3 Livan Hernandez Jim Leyland Baltimore Orioles (2-4) Atlanta Braves (2-4)
1996 New York Yankees Atlanta Braves 4-2 John Wetteland Joe Torre Baltimore Orioles (1-4) St. Louis Cardinals (3-4)
1995 Atlanta Braves Cleveland Indians 4-2 Tom Glavine Bobby Cox Seattle Mariners (2-4) Cincinnati Reds (0-4)
1994 Player Strike
1993 Toronto Blue Jays Philadelphia Phillies 4-2 Paul Molitor Cito Gaston Chicago White Sox (2-4) Atlanta Braves (2-4)
1992 Toronto Blue Jays Atlanta Braves 4-2 Pat Borders Cito Gaston Oakland Athletics (2-4) Pittsburgh Pirates (3-4)
1991 Minnesota Twins Atlanta Braves 4-3 Jack Morris Tom Kelly Toronto Blue Jays (1-4) Pittsburgh Pirates (3-4)
1990 Cincinnati Reds Oakland Athletics 4-0 Jose Rijo Lou Piniella Boston Red Sox (0-4) Pittsburgh Pirates (2-4)
1989 Oakland Athletics San Francisco Giants 4-0 Dave Stewart Tony La Russa Toronto Blue Jays (1-4) Chicago Cubs (1-4)
1988 Los Angeles Dodgers Oakland Athletics 4-1 Orel Hershiser Tommy Lasorda Boston Red Sox (0-4) NY Mets (3-4)
1987 Minnesota Twins St. Louis Cardinals 4-3 Frank Viola Tom Kelly Detroit Tigers (1-4) SF Giants (3-4)
1986 New York Mets Boston Red Sox 4-3 Ray Knight Davey Johnson California Angels (3-4) Houston Astros (2-4)
1985 Kansas City Royals St. Louis Cardinals 4-3 Bret Saberhagen Dick Howser Toronto Blue Jays (3-4) LA Dodgers (2-4)
1984 Detroit Tigers San Diego Padres 4-1 Alan Trammell Sparky Anderson Kansas City Royals (0-3) Chicago Cubs (2-3)
1983 Baltimore Orioles Philadelphia Phillies 4-1 Rick Dempsey Joe Altobelli Chicago White Sox (1-3) LA Dodgers (1-3)
1982 St. Louis Cardinals Milwaukee Brewers 4-3 Darrell Porter Whitey Herzog California Angels (2-3) Atlanta Braves (0-3)
1981 Los Angeles Dodgers New York Yankees 4-2 Ron Cey, Pedro Guerrero and Steve Yeager Tommy Lasorda Oakland Athletics (0-3) Montreal Expos (2-3)
1980 Philadelphia Phillies Kansas City Royals 4-2 Mike Schmidt Dallas Green NY Yankees (0-3) Houston Astros (2-3)
1979 Pittsburgh Pirates Baltimore Orioles 4-3 Willie Stargell Chuck Tanner California Angels (1-3) Cincinnati Reds (0-3)
1978 New York Yankees Los Angeles Dodgers 4-2 Bucky Dent Bob Lemon Kansas City Royals (1-3) Philadelphia Phillies (1-3)
1977 New York Yankees Los Angeles Dodgers 4-2 Reggie Jackson Billy Martin Kansas City Royals (2-3) Philadelphia Phillies (1-3)
1976 Cincinnati Reds New York Yankees 4-0 Johnny Bench Sparky Anderson Kansas City Royals (2-3) Philadelphia Phillies (0-3)
1975 Cincinnati Reds Boston Red Sox 4-3 Pete Rose Sparky Anderson Oakland A's (0-3) Pittsburgh Pirates (0-3)
1974 Oakland Athletics Los Angeles Dodgers 4-1 Rollie Fingers Alvin Dark Baltimore Orioles (1-3) Pittsburgh Pirates (1-3)
1973 Oakland Athletics New York Mets 4-3 Reggie Jackson Dick Williams Baltimore Orioles (2-3) Cincinnati Reds (2-3)
1972 Oakland Athletics Cincinnati Reds 4-3 Gene Tenace Dick Williams Detroit Tigers (2-3) Pittsburgh Pirates (2-3)
1971 Pittsburgh Pirates Baltimore Orioles 4-3 Roberto Clemente Danny Murtaugh Oakland A's (0-3) SF Giants (1-3)
1970 Baltimore Orioles Cincinnati Reds 4-1 Brooks Robinson Earl Weaver Minnesota Twins (0-3) Pittsburgh Pirates (0-3)
1969 New York Mets Baltimore Orioles 4-1 Donn Clendenon Gil Hodges Minnesota Twins (0-3) Atlanta Braves (0-3)
1968 Detroit Tigers St. Louis Cardinals 4-3 Mickey Lolich Mayo Smith
1967 St. Louis Cardinals Boston Red Sox 4-3 Bob Gibson Red Schoendienst
1966 Baltimore Orioles Los Angeles Dodgers 4-0 Frank Robinson Hank Bauer
1965 Los Angeles Dodgers Minnesota Twins 4-3 Sandy Koufax Walter Alston
1964 St. Louis Cardinals New York Yankees 4-3 Bob Gibson Johnny Keane
1963 Los Angeles Dodgers New York Yankees 4-0 Sandy Koufax Walter Alston
1962 New York Yankees San Francisco Giants 4-3 Ralph Terry Ralph Houk
1961 New York Yankees Cincinnati Reds 4-1 Whitey Ford Ralph Houk
1960 Pittsburgh Pirates New York Yankees 4-3 Bobby Richardson (New York) Danny Murtaugh
1959 Los Angeles Dodgers Chicago White Sox 4-2 Larry Sherry Walt Alston
1958 New York Yankees Milwaukee Braves 4-3 Bob Turley Casey Stengel
1957 Milwaukee Braves New York Yankees 4-3 Lew Burdette Fred Haney
1956 New York Yankees Brooklyn Dodgers 4-3 Don Larsen Casey Stengel
1955 Brooklyn Dodgers New York Yankees 4-3 Johnny Podres Walt Alston
1954 New York Giants Cleveland Indians 4-0 Leo Durocher
1953 New York Yankees Brooklyn Dodgers 4-2 Casey Stengel
1952 New York Yankees Brooklyn Dodgers 4-3 Casey Stengel
1951 New York Yankees New York Giants 4-2 Casey Stengel
1950 New York Yankees Philadelphia Phillies 4-0 Casey Stengel
1949 New York Yankees Brooklyn Dodgers 4-1 Casey Stengel
1948 Cleveland Indians Boston Braves 4-2 Lou Boudreau
1947 New York Yankees Brooklyn Dodgers 4-3 Bucky Harris
1946 St. Louise Cardinals Boston Red Sox 4-3 Eddie Dyer
1945 Detroit Tigers Chicago Cubs 4-3 Steve O'Neill
1944 St. Louis Cardinals St. Louis Browns 4-2 Billy Southworth
1943 New York Yankees St. Louis Cardinals 4-1 Joe McCarthy
1942 St. Louis Cardinals New York Yankees 4-1 Billy Southworth
1941 New York Yankees Brooklyn Dodgers 4-1 Joe McCarthy
1940 Cincinnati Reds Detroit Tigers 4-3 Bill McKechnie
1939 New York Yankees Cincinnati Reds 4-0 Joe McCarthy
1938 New York Yankees Chicago Cubs 4-0 Joe McCarthy
1937 New York Yankees New York Giants 4-1 Joe McCarthy
1936 New York Yankees New York Giants 4-2 Joe McCarthy
1935 Detroit Tigers Chicago Cubs 4-2 Mickey Cochrane
1934 St. Louis Cardinals Detroit Tigers 4-3 Frankie Frisch
1933 New York Giants Washington Senators 4-1 Bill Terry
1932 New York Yankees Chicago Cubs 4-0 Joe McCarthy
1931 St. Louis Cardinals Philadelphia Athletics 4-3 Gabby Street
1930 Philadelphia Athletics St. Louis Cardinals 4-2 Connie Mack
1929 Philadelphia Athletics Chicago Cubs 4-1 Connie Mack
1928 New York Yankees St. Louis Cardinals 4-0 Miller Huggins
1927 New York Yankees Pittsburgh Pirates 4-0 Miller Huggins
1926 St. Louis Cardinals New York Yankees 4-3 Rogers Hornsby
1925 Pittsburgh Pirates Washington Senators 4-3 Bill McKechnie
1924 Washington Senators New York Giants 4-3 Bucky Harris
1923 New York Yankees New York Giants 4-2 Miller Huggins
1922 New York Giants New York Yankees 4-0 John McGraw
1921 New York Giants New York Yankees 5-3 John McGraw
1920 Cleveland Indians Brooklyn Robins 5-2 Tris Speaker
1919 Cincinnati Reds Chicago White Sox 5-3 Pat Moran
1918 Boston Red Sox Chicago Cubs 4-2 Ed Barrow
1917 Chicago White Sox New York Giants 4-2 Pants Rowland
1916 Boston Red Sox Brooklyn Robins 4-1 Bill Carrigan
1915 Boston Red Sox Philadelphia Phillies 4-1 Bill Carrigan
1914 Boston Braves Philadelphia Athletics 4-0 George Stallings
1913 Philadelphia Athletics New York Giants 4-1 Connie Mack
1912 Boston Red Sox New York Giants 4-3 Jake Stahl
1911 Philadelphia Athletics New York Giants 4-2 Connie Mack
1910 Philadelphia Athletics Chicago Cubs 4-1 Connie Mack
1909 Pittsburgh Pirates Detroit Tigers 4-3 Fred Clarke
1908 Chicago Cubs Detroit Tigers 4-1 Frank Chance
1907 Chicago Cubs Detroit Tigers 4-0 Frank Chance
1906 Chicago White Sox Chicago Cubs 4-2 Fielder Jones
1905 New York Giants Philadelphia Athletics 4-1 John McGraw
1904 N/A
1903 Boston Pilgrims Pittsburgh Pirates 5-3 Jimmy Collins



Championship History Major League Baseball All-Time Rankings!!

Rankings are determined as:
  • 5 points for Winning the World Series (Championship Points)
  • 3 points for Losing the World Series
  • 1 point each for the two teams that lost in either the NLCS or ALCS

NOTES: These rankings are based on 1969 to the present, when the MLB Playoffs were expanded. Franchise starting dates are based on joining the league.
Team Total All Time Points World Series Rings (5)   Lost World Series (3)   ALCS/NLCS Losses (1)   Franchise Started   Franchise Names
Arizona Diamondbacks 6 1 0 1 1998
Atlanta Braves 23 1 4 6 1871 Milwaukee Braves, Boston Braves, Boston Bees
Baltimore Orioles 24 2 3 5 1901 St. Louis Browns
Boston Red Sox 26 3 2 5 1901
Chicago Cubs 3 0 0 3 1876
Chicago White Sox 7 1 0 2 1901
Cincinnati Reds 24 3 2 3 1890
Cleveland Indians 8 0 2 2 1901
Colorado Rockies 3 0 1 0 1993
Detroit Tigers 15 1 2 4 1901
Miami Marlins 10 2 0 0 1993 Florida Marlins
Houston Astros 6 0 1 3 1962
Kansas City Royals 15 1 2 4 1969
Los Angeles Angels 10 1 0 5 1961 Anaheim Angels, California Angels
Los Angeles Dodgers 24 2 3 5 1890 Brooklyn Dodgers
Milwaukee Brewers 4 0 1 1 1969
Minnesota Twins 13 2 0 3 1901 Washington Nationals/Senators
Washington Nationals 1 0 0 1 1969 Montreal Expos
New York Mets 19 2 2 3 1962
New York Yankees 52 7 4 4 1901
Oakland A's 31 4 2 5 1901 Kansas City Athletics, Philadelphia Athletics
Philidelphia Phillies 23 2 3 4 1883
Pittsburgh Pirates 17 2 0 7 1887
San Diego Padres 6 0 2 0 1969
San Francisco Giants 23 3 2 2 1883 New York Giants
Seattle Mariners 3 0 0 3 1977
St. Louis Cardinals 33 3 4 6 1892
Tampa Bay Rays 3 0 1 0 1998 Tampa Bay Devil Rays
Texas Rangers 6 0 2 0 1961 Washington Senators
Toronto Blue Jays 13 2 0 3 1977

World Series Winners, World Series MVP's and World Series Results provided by ChampionshipHistory.com.



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