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Justin asked in SportsBaseball · 4 years ago

Name every World Series and who won?

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  • Anonymous
    4 years ago
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    1974 World Series (4-1): Oakland Athletics (90-72, AL) vs. Los Angeles Dodgers (102-60, NL)

    1973 World Series (4-3): Oakland Athletics (94-68, AL) vs. New York Mets (82-79, NL)

    1972 World Series (4-3): Oakland Athletics (93-62, AL) vs. Cincinnati Reds (95-59, NL)

    1971 World Series (4-3): Pittsburgh Pirates (97-65, NL) vs. Baltimore Orioles (101-57, AL)

    1970 World Series (4-1): Baltimore Orioles (108-54, AL) vs. Cincinnati Reds (102-60, NL)

    1969 World Series (4-1): New York Mets (100-62, NL) vs. Baltimore Orioles (109-53, AL)

    1968 World Series (4-3): Detroit Tigers (103-59, AL) vs. St. Louis Cardinals (97-65, NL)

    1967 World Series (4-3): St. Louis Cardinals (101-60, NL) vs. Boston Red Sox (92-70, AL)

    1966 World Series (4-0): Baltimore Orioles (97-63, AL) vs. Los Angeles Dodgers (95-67, NL)

    1965 World Series (4-3): Los Angeles Dodgers (97-65, NL) vs. Minnesota Twins (102-60, AL)

    1964 World Series (4-3): St. Louis Cardinals (93-69, NL) vs. New York Yankees (99-63, AL)

    1963 World Series (4-0): Los Angeles Dodgers (99-63, NL) vs. New York Yankees (104-57, AL)

    1962 World Series (4-3): New York Yankees (96-66, AL) vs. San Francisco Giants (103-62, NL)

    1961 World Series (4-1): New York Yankees (109-53, AL) vs. Cincinnati Reds (93-61, NL)

    1960 World Series (4-3): Pittsburgh Pirates (95-59, NL) vs. New York Yankees (97-57, AL)

    1959 World Series (4-2): Los Angeles Dodgers (88-68, NL) vs. Chicago White Sox (94-60, AL)

    1958 World Series (4-3): New York Yankees (92-62, AL) vs. Milwaukee Braves (92-62, NL)

    1957 World Series (4-3): Milwaukee Braves (95-59, NL) vs. New York Yankees (98-56, AL)

    1956 World Series (4-3): New York Yankees (97-57, AL) vs. Brooklyn Dodgers (93-61, NL)

    1955 World Series (4-3): Brooklyn Dodgers (98-55, NL) vs. New York Yankees (96-58, AL)

    1954 World Series (4-0): New York Giants (97-57, NL) vs. Cleveland Indians (111-43, AL)

    1953 World Series (4-2): New York Yankees (99-52, AL) vs. Brooklyn Dodgers (105-49, NL)

    1952 World Series (4-3): New York Yankees (95-59, AL) vs. Brooklyn Dodgers (96-57, NL)

    1951 World Series (4-2): New York Yankees (98-56, AL) vs. New York Giants (98-59, NL)

    1950 World Series (4-0): New York Yankees (98-56, AL) vs. Philadelphia Phillies (91-63, NL)

    1949 World Series (4-1): New York Yankees (97-57, AL) vs. Brooklyn Dodgers (97-57, NL)

    1948 World Series (4-2): Cleveland Indians (97-58, AL) vs. Boston Braves (91-62, NL)

    1947 World Series (4-3): New York Yankees (97-57, AL) vs. Brooklyn Dodgers (94-60, NL)

    1946 World Series (4-3): St. Louis Cardinals (98-58, NL) vs. Boston Red Sox (104-50, AL)

    1945 World Series (4-3): Detroit Tigers (88-65, AL) vs. Chicago Cubs (98-56, NL)

    1944 World Series (4-2): St. Louis Cardinals (105-49, NL) vs. St. Louis Browns (89-65, AL)

    1943 World Series (4-1): New York Yankees (98-56, AL) vs. St. Louis Cardinals (105-49, NL)

    1942 World Series (4-1): St. Louis Cardinals (106-48, NL) vs. New York Yankees (103-51, AL)

    1941 World Series (4-1): New York Yankees (101-53, AL) vs. Brooklyn Dodgers (100-54, NL)

    1940 World Series (4-3): Cincinnati Reds (100-53, NL) vs. Detroit Tigers (90-64, AL)

    1939 World Series (4-0): New York Yankees (106-45, AL) vs. Cincinnati Reds (97-57, NL)

    1938 World Series (4-0): New York Yankees (99-53, AL) vs. Chicago Cubs (89-63, NL)

    1937 World Series (4-1): New York Yankees (102-52, AL) vs. New York Giants (95-57, NL)

    1936 World Series (4-2): New York Yankees (102-51, AL) vs. New York Giants (92-62, NL)

    1935 World Series (4-2): Detroit Tigers (93-58, AL) vs. Chicago Cubs (100-54, NL)

    1934 World Series (4-3): St. Louis Cardinals (95-58, NL) vs. Detroit Tigers (101-53, AL)

    1933 World Series (4-1): New York Giants (91-61, NL) vs. Washington Senators (99-53, AL)

    1932 World Series (4-0): New York Yankees (107-47, AL) vs. Chicago Cubs (90-64, NL)

    1931 World Series (4-3): St. Louis Cardinals (101-53, NL) vs. Philadelphia Athletics (107-45, AL)

    1930 World Series (4-2): Philadelphia Athletics (102-52, AL) vs. St. Louis Cardinals (92-62, NL)

    1929 World Series (4-1): Philadelphia Athletics (104-46, AL) vs. Chicago Cubs (98-54, NL)

    1928 World Series (4-0): New York Yankees (101-53, AL) vs. St. Louis Cardinals (95-59, NL)

    1927 World Series (4-0): New York Yankees (110-44, AL) vs. Pittsburgh Pirates (94-60, NL)

    1926 World Series (4-3): St. Louis Cardinals (89-65, NL) vs. New York Yankees (91-63, AL)

    1925 World Series (4-3): Pittsburgh Pirates (95-58, NL) vs. Washington Senators (96-55, AL)

    1924 World Series (4-3): Washington Senators (92-62, AL) vs. New York Giants (93-60, NL)

    1923 World Series (4-2): New York Yankees (98-54, AL) vs. New York Giants (95-58, NL)

    1922 World Series (4-0): New York Giants (93-61, NL) vs. New York Yankees (94-60, AL)

    1921 World Series (5-3): New York Giants (94-59, NL) vs. New York Yankees (98-55, AL)

    1920 World Series (5-2): Cleveland Indians (98-56, AL) vs. Brooklyn Robins (93-61, NL)

    1919 World Series (5-3): Cincinnati Reds (96-44, NL) vs. Chicago White Sox (88-52, AL)

    1918 World Series (4-2): Boston Red Sox (75-51, AL) vs. Chicago Cubs (84-45, NL)

    1917 World Series (4-2): Chicago White Sox (100-54, AL) vs. New York Giants (98-56, NL)

    1916 World Series (4-1): Boston Red Sox (91-63, AL) vs. Brooklyn Robins (94-60, NL)

    1915 World Series (4-1): Boston Red Sox (101-50, AL) vs. Philadelphia Phillies (90-62, NL)

    1914 World Series (4-0): Boston Braves (94-59, NL) vs. Philadelphia Athletics (99-53, AL)

    1913 World Series (4-1): Philadelphia Athletics (96-57, AL) vs. New York Giants (101-51, NL)

    1912 World Series (4-3): Boston Red Sox (105-47, AL) vs. New York Giants (103-48, NL)

    1911 World Series (4-2): Philadelphia Athletics (101-50, AL) vs. New York Giants (99-54, NL)

    1910 World Series (4-1): Philadelphia Athletics (102-48, AL) vs. Chicago Cubs (104-50, NL)

    1909 World Series (4-3): Pittsburgh Pirates (110-42, NL) vs. Detroit Tigers (98-54, AL)

    1908 World Series (4-1): Chicago Cubs (99-55, NL) vs. Detroit Tigers (90-63, AL)

    1907 World Series (4-0-1): Chicago Cubs (107-45, NL) vs. Detroit Tigers (92-58, AL)

    1906 World Series (4-2): Chicago White Sox (93-58, AL) vs. Chicago Cubs (116-36, NL)

    1905 World Series (4-1): New York Giants (105-48, NL) vs. Philadelphia Athletics (92-56, AL)

    1904 No Postseason played this year.

    1903 World Series (5-3): Boston Americans (91-47, AL) vs. Pittsburgh Pirates (91-49, NL)

  • Fozzy
    Lv 7
    4 years ago

    1903.

    1905-1993.

    1995-2015.

    Won by the Blue Jays, Yankees, Orioles, Red Sox, Royals, Twins, Indians, Tigers, White Sox, Angels, A's, Mets Braves, Phillies, Cardinals, Pirates, Cubs, Reds, Dodgers, Giants, and Diamondbacks.

    Hope that helps.

    If not, tough.

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  • 4 years ago

    All were named Frank except those that weren't. Some of those were named Joe. Some were called Charlie.

    But here is a true but rarely intoned fact. Of all the World Series ever played, all were won by the team that won the last game. Amazing fact but true.

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  • 4 years ago

    Why?

    I'd have to look them all up, which you could do.

    There have been over 100, not enough room in Yahoo's answer box to list them all.

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  • 4 years ago

    They're all in here, somewhere.

    http://www.baseball-reference.com/postseason/

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