List Of MLB World Series In Order From 1903 To Present

List Of MLB World Series In Order From 1903 To Present

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Our List Of MLB World Series In Order From 1903 To Present is a complete guide to every Major League Baseball World Series that has been played since the very first one in 1903. There is nothing like a Major League Baseball World Series. It’s usually one of the most exciting weeks in all of sports. This list includes every single World Series, the teams that played in them, the number of games played, the winner, the dates, the locations and names of the stadiums, the World Series MVP, and both team managers. It’s an easy list to scroll through, and we even have a directory in case you want to find an exact World Series. Have fun with this one, it was fun putting it together and reviewing all these Amazing World Series winners.

Table of Contents

1 – 1903 World Series

  • Teams: Boston Americans (Now Boston Red Sox) vs. Pittsburgh Pirates
  • Winner: Boston Americans (5-3 in a best-of-nine series)
  • Dates: October 1–13, 1903
  • Locations: Huntington Avenue Grounds (Boston) and Exposition Park (Pittsburgh)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • Boston Americans: Jimmy Collins
    • Pittsburgh Pirates: Fred Clarke

2 – 1904 World Series

(Note: The 1904 World Series was scheduled to be played, but the New York Giants (National League champions) refused to participate, and the series was canceled.)

3 – 1905 World Series

  • Teams: New York Giants vs. Philadelphia Athletics
  • Winner: New York Giants (4-1)
  • Dates: October 9–14, 1905
  • Locations: Polo Grounds (New York) and Columbia Park (Philadelphia)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • New York Giants: John McGraw
    • Philadelphia Athletics: Connie Mack

4 – 1906 World Series

  • Teams: Chicago White Sox vs. Chicago Cubs
  • Winner: Chicago White Sox (4-2)
  • Dates: October 9–14, 1906
  • Locations: South Side Park (Chicago) and West Side Grounds (Chicago)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • Chicago White Sox: Fielder Jones
    • Chicago Cubs: Frank Chance

5 – 1907 World Series

  • Teams: Chicago Cubs vs. Detroit Tigers
  • Winner: Chicago Cubs (4-0)
  • Dates: October 8–12, 1907
  • Locations: West Side Grounds (Chicago) and Bennett Park (Detroit)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:

6 – 1908 World Series

  • Teams: Chicago Cubs vs. Detroit Tigers
  • Winner: Chicago Cubs (4-1)
  • Dates: October 10–14, 1908
  • Locations: Bennett Park (Detroit) and West Side Grounds (Chicago)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • Chicago Cubs: Frank Chance
    • Detroit Tigers: Hughie Jennings

7 – 1909 World Series

  • Teams: Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Detroit Tigers
  • Winner: Pittsburgh Pirates (4-3)
  • Dates: October 8–16, 1909
  • Locations: Forbes Field (Pittsburgh) and Bennett Park (Detroit)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • Pittsburgh Pirates: Fred Clarke
    • Detroit Tigers: Hughie Jennings

8 – 1910 World Series

  • Teams: Philadelphia Athletics vs. Chicago Cubs
  • Winner: Philadelphia Athletics (4-1)
  • Dates: October 17–26, 1910
  • Locations: Shibe Park (Philadelphia) and West Side Grounds (Chicago)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • Philadelphia Athletics: Connie Mack
    • Chicago Cubs: Frank Chance

9 – 1911 World Series

  • Teams: Philadelphia Athletics vs. New York Giants
  • Winner: Philadelphia Athletics (4-2)
  • Dates: October 14–26, 1911
  • Locations: Shibe Park (Philadelphia) and Polo Grounds (New York)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • Philadelphia Athletics: Connie Mack
    • New York Giants: John McGraw

10 – 1912 World Series

  • Teams: Boston Red Sox vs. New York Giants
  • Winner: Boston Red Sox (4-3)
  • Dates: October 8–16, 1912
  • Locations: Fenway Park (Boston) and Polo Grounds (New York)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • Boston Red Sox: Jake Stahl
    • New York Giants: John McGraw

11 – 1913 World Series

  • Teams: Philadelphia Athletics vs. New York Giants
  • Winner: Philadelphia Athletics (4-1)
  • Dates: October 7–11, 1913
  • Locations: Shibe Park (Philadelphia) and Polo Grounds (New York)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • Philadelphia Athletics: Connie Mack
    • New York Giants: John McGraw

12 – 1914 World Series

  • Teams: Boston Braves vs. Philadelphia Athletics
  • Winner: Boston Braves (4-0)
  • Dates: October 9–13, 1914
  • Locations: Fenway Park (Boston) and Shibe Park (Philadelphia)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • Boston Braves: George Stallings
    • Philadelphia Athletics: Connie Mack

13 – 1915 World Series

  • Teams: Boston Red Sox vs. Philadelphia Phillies
  • Winner: Boston Red Sox (4-1)
  • Dates: October 8–13, 1915
  • Locations: Braves Field (Boston) and Baker Bowl (Philadelphia)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • Boston Red Sox: Bill Carrigan
    • Philadelphia Phillies: Pat Moran

14 – 1916 World Series

  • Teams: Boston Red Sox vs. Brooklyn Robins (Now Los Angeles Dodgers)
  • Winner: Boston Red Sox (4-1)
  • Dates: October 7–13, 1916
  • Locations: Braves Field (Boston) and Ebbets Field (Brooklyn)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • Boston Red Sox: Bill Carrigan
    • Brooklyn Robins: Wilbert Robinson

15 – 1917 World Series

  • Teams: Chicago White Sox vs. New York Giants
  • Winner: Chicago White Sox (4-2)
  • Dates: October 6–15, 1917
  • Locations: Comiskey Park (Chicago) and Polo Grounds (New York)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • Chicago White Sox: Pants Rowland
    • New York Giants: John McGraw

16 – 1918 World Series

  • Teams: Boston Red Sox vs. Chicago Cubs
  • Winner: Boston Red Sox (4-2)
  • Dates: September 5–11, 1918
  • Locations: Comiskey Park (Chicago) and Fenway Park (Boston)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • Boston Red Sox: Ed Barrow
    • Chicago Cubs: Fred Mitchell

17 – 1919 World Series

  • Teams: Cincinnati Reds vs. Chicago White Sox
  • Winner: Cincinnati Reds (5-3 in a best-of-nine series)
  • Dates: October 1–9, 1919
  • Locations: Redland Field (Cincinnati) and Comiskey Park (Chicago)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • Cincinnati Reds: Pat Moran
    • Chicago White Sox: Kid Gleason

18 – 1920 World Series

  • Teams: Cleveland Indians vs. Brooklyn Robins (Now Los Angeles Dodgers)
  • Winner: Cleveland Indians (5-2)
  • Dates: October 5–12, 1920
  • Locations: Dunn Field (Cleveland) and Ebbets Field (Brooklyn)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • Cleveland Indians: Tris Speaker
    • Brooklyn Robins: Wilbert Robinson

19 – 1921 World Series

  • Teams: New York Giants vs. New York Yankees
  • Winner: New York Giants (5-3 in a best-of-nine series)
  • Dates: October 5–15, 1921
  • Locations: Polo Grounds (New York) and Polo Grounds IV (New York)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • New York Giants: John McGraw
    • New York Yankees: Miller Huggins

20 – 1922 World Series

  • Teams: New York Giants vs. New York Yankees
  • Winner: New York Giants (4-0-1)
  • Dates: October 4–7, 1922
  • Locations: Polo Grounds (New York) and Polo Grounds IV (New York)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • New York Giants: John McGraw
    • New York Yankees: Miller Huggins

21 – 1923 World Series

  • Teams: New York Yankees vs. New York Giants
  • Winner: New York Yankees (4-2)
  • Dates: October 10–15, 1923
  • Locations: Yankee Stadium (New York) and Polo Grounds IV (New York)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • New York Yankees: Miller Huggins
    • New York Giants: John McGraw

22 – 1924 World Series

  • Teams: Washington Senators vs. New York Giants
  • Winner: Washington Senators (4-3)
  • Dates: October 4–10, 1924
  • Locations: Griffith Stadium (Washington, D.C.) and Polo Grounds IV (New York)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • Washington Senators: Bucky Harris
    • New York Giants: John McGraw

23 – 1925 World Series

  • Teams: Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Washington Senators
  • Winner: Pittsburgh Pirates (4-3)
  • Dates: October 7–15, 1925
  • Locations: Forbes Field (Pittsburgh) and Griffith Stadium (Washington, D.C.)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • Pittsburgh Pirates: Bill McKechnie
    • Washington Senators: Bucky Harris

24 – 1926 World Series

  • Teams: St. Louis Cardinals vs. New York Yankees
  • Winner: St. Louis Cardinals (4-3)
  • Dates: October 2–10, 1926
  • Locations: Sportsman’s Park (St. Louis) and Yankee Stadium (New York)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • St. Louis Cardinals: Rogers Hornsby
    • New York Yankees: Miller Huggins

25 – 1927 World Series

  • Teams: New York Yankees vs. Pittsburgh Pirates
  • Winner: New York Yankees (4-0)
  • Dates: October 5–8, 1927
  • Locations: Yankee Stadium (New York) and Forbes Field (Pittsburgh)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • New York Yankees: Miller Huggins
    • Pittsburgh Pirates: Donie Bush

26 – 1928 World Series

  • Teams: New York Yankees vs. St. Louis Cardinals
  • Winner: New York Yankees (4-0)
  • Dates: October 4–9, 1928
  • Locations: Yankee Stadium (New York) and Sportsman’s Park (St. Louis)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • New York Yankees: Miller Huggins
    • St. Louis Cardinals: Bill McKechnie

27 – 1929 World Series

  • Teams: Philadelphia Athletics vs. Chicago Cubs
  • Winner: Philadelphia Athletics (4-1)
  • Dates: October 8–14, 1929
  • Locations: Shibe Park (Philadelphia) and Wrigley Field (Chicago)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • Philadelphia Athletics: Connie Mack
    • Chicago Cubs: Joe McCarthy

28 – 1930 World Series

  • Teams: Philadelphia Athletics vs. St. Louis Cardinals
  • Winner: Philadelphia Athletics (4-2)
  • Dates: October 1–8, 1930
  • Locations: Shibe Park (Philadelphia) and Sportsman’s Park (St. Louis)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • Philadelphia Athletics: Connie Mack
    • St. Louis Cardinals: Gabby Street

29 – 1931 World Series

  • Teams: St. Louis Cardinals vs. Philadelphia Athletics
  • Winner: St. Louis Cardinals (4-3)
  • Dates: October 1–10, 1931
  • Locations: Sportsman’s Park (St. Louis) and Shibe Park (Philadelphia)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • St. Louis Cardinals: Gabby Street
    • Philadelphia Athletics: Connie Mack

30 – 1932 World Series

  • Teams: New York Yankees vs. Chicago Cubs
  • Winner: New York Yankees (4-0)
  • Dates: October 1–5, 1932
  • Locations: Yankee Stadium (New York) and Wrigley Field (Chicago)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • New York Yankees: Joe McCarthy
    • Chicago Cubs: Rogers Hornsby

31 – 1933 World Series

  • Teams: New York Giants vs. Washington Senators
  • Winner: New York Giants (4-1)
  • Dates: October 3–7, 1933
  • Locations: Polo Grounds (New York) and Griffith Stadium (Washington, D.C.)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • New York Giants: Bill Terry
    • Washington Senators: Joe Cronin

32 – 1934 World Series

  • Teams: St. Louis Cardinals vs. Detroit Tigers
  • Winner: St. Louis Cardinals (4-3)
  • Dates: October 3–9, 1934
  • Locations: Sportsman’s Park (St. Louis) and Navin Field (Detroit)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • St. Louis Cardinals: Frankie Frisch
    • Detroit Tigers: Mickey Cochrane

33 – 1935 World Series

  • Teams: Detroit Tigers vs. Chicago Cubs
  • Winner: Detroit Tigers (4-2)
  • Dates: October 2–8, 1935
  • Locations: Navin Field (Detroit) and Wrigley Field (Chicago)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • Detroit Tigers: Mickey Cochrane
    • Chicago Cubs: Charlie Grimm

34 – 1936 World Series

  • Teams: New York Yankees vs. New York Giants
  • Winner: New York Yankees (4-2)
  • Dates: October 2–10, 1936
  • Locations: Yankee Stadium (New York) and Polo Grounds (New York)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • New York Yankees: Joe McCarthy
    • New York Giants: Bill Terry

35 – 1937 World Series

  • Teams: New York Yankees vs. New York Giants
  • Winner: New York Yankees (4-1)
  • Dates: October 6–10, 1937
  • Locations: Polo Grounds (New York) and Yankee Stadium (New York)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • New York Yankees: Joe McCarthy
    • New York Giants: Bill Terry

36 – 1938 World Series

  • Teams: New York Yankees vs. Chicago Cubs
  • Winner: New York Yankees (4-0)
  • Dates: October 5–9, 1938
  • Locations: Wrigley Field (Chicago) and Yankee Stadium (New York)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • New York Yankees: Joe McCarthy
    • Chicago Cubs: Gabby Hartnett

37 – 1939 World Series

  • Teams: New York Yankees vs. Cincinnati Reds
  • Winner: New York Yankees (4-0)
  • Dates: October 4–8, 1939
  • Locations: Crosley Field (Cincinnati) and Yankee Stadium (New York)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • New York Yankees: Joe McCarthy
    • Cincinnati Reds: Bill McKechnie

38 – 1940 World Series

  • Teams: Cincinnati Reds vs. Detroit Tigers
  • Winner: Cincinnati Reds (4-3)
  • Dates: October 2–7, 1940
  • Locations: Crosley Field (Cincinnati) and Briggs Stadium (Detroit)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • Cincinnati Reds: Bill McKechnie
    • Detroit Tigers: Del Baker

39 – 1941 World Series

  • Teams: New York Yankees vs. Brooklyn Dodgers (Now Los Angeles Dodgers)
  • Winner: New York Yankees (4-1)
  • Dates: October 1–6, 1941
  • Locations: Ebbets Field (Brooklyn) and Yankee Stadium (New York)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • New York Yankees: Joe McCarthy
    • Brooklyn Dodgers: Leo Durocher

40 – 1942 World Series

  • Teams: St. Louis Cardinals vs. New York Yankees
  • Winner: St. Louis Cardinals (4-1)
  • Dates: September 30–October 5, 1942
  • Locations: Sportsman’s Park (St. Louis) and Yankee Stadium (New York)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • St. Louis Cardinals: Billy Southworth
    • New York Yankees: Joe McCarthy

41 – 1943 World Series

  • Teams: New York Yankees vs. St. Louis Cardinals
  • Winner: New York Yankees (4-1)
  • Dates: October 5–10, 1943
  • Locations: Yankee Stadium (New York) and Sportsman’s Park (St. Louis)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • New York Yankees: Joe McCarthy
    • St. Louis Cardinals: Billy Southworth

42 – 1944 World Series

  • Teams: St. Louis Cardinals vs. St. Louis Browns (Now Baltimore Orioles)
  • Winner: St. Louis Cardinals (4-2)
  • Dates: October 4–9, 1944
  • Locations: Sportsman’s Park (St. Louis) and Sportsman’s Park II (St. Louis)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • St. Louis Cardinals: Billy Southworth
    • St. Louis Browns: Luke Sewell

43 – 1945 World Series

  • Teams: Detroit Tigers vs. Chicago Cubs
  • Winner: Detroit Tigers (4-3)
  • Dates: October 3–10, 1945
  • Locations: Briggs Stadium (Detroit) and Wrigley Field (Chicago)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • Detroit Tigers: Steve O’Neill
    • Chicago Cubs: Charlie Grimm

44 – 1946 World Series

  • Teams: St. Louis Cardinals vs. Boston Red Sox
  • Winner: St. Louis Cardinals (4-3)
  • Dates: October 6–15, 1946
  • Locations: Sportsman’s Park (St. Louis) and Fenway Park (Boston)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • St. Louis Cardinals: Eddie Dyer
    • Boston Red Sox: Joe Cronin

45 – 1947 World Series

  • Teams: New York Yankees vs. Brooklyn Dodgers (Now Los Angeles Dodgers)
  • Winner: New York Yankees (4-3)
  • Dates: September 30–October 6, 1947
  • Locations: Yankee Stadium (New York) and Ebbets Field (Brooklyn)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • New York Yankees: Bucky Harris
    • Brooklyn Dodgers: Burt Shotton

46 – 1948 World Series

  • Teams: Cleveland Indians vs. Boston Braves (Now Atlanta Braves)
  • Winner: Cleveland Indians (4-2)
  • Dates: October 6–11, 1948
  • Locations: Braves Field (Boston) and Cleveland Stadium (Cleveland)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • Cleveland Indians: Lou Boudreau
    • Boston Braves: Billy Southworth

47 – 1949 World Series

  • Teams: New York Yankees vs. Brooklyn Dodgers (Now Los Angeles Dodgers)
  • Winner: New York Yankees (4-1)
  • Dates: October 5–10, 1949
  • Locations: Yankee Stadium (New York) and Ebbets Field (Brooklyn)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • New York Yankees: Casey Stengel
    • Brooklyn Dodgers: Burt Shotton

48 – 1950 World Series

  • Teams: New York Yankees vs. Philadelphia Phillies
  • Winner: New York Yankees (4-0)
  • Dates: October 4–7, 1950
  • Locations: Shibe Park (Philadelphia) and Yankee Stadium (New York)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • New York Yankees: Casey Stengel
    • Philadelphia Phillies: Eddie Sawyer

49 – 1951 World Series

  • Teams: New York Yankees vs. New York Giants
  • Winner: New York Yankees (4-2)
  • Dates: October 4–10, 1951
  • Locations: Polo Grounds (New York) and Yankee Stadium (New York)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • New York Yankees: Casey Stengel
    • New York Giants: Leo Durocher

50 – 1952 World Series

  • Teams: New York Yankees vs. Brooklyn Dodgers (Now Los Angeles Dodgers)
  • Winner: New York Yankees (4-3)
  • Dates: October 1–7, 1952
  • Locations: Ebbets Field (Brooklyn) and Yankee Stadium (New York)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • New York Yankees: Casey Stengel
    • Brooklyn Dodgers: Chuck Dressen

51 – 1953 World Series

  • Teams: New York Yankees vs. Brooklyn Dodgers (Now Los Angeles Dodgers)
  • Winner: New York Yankees (4-2)
  • Dates: September 30–October 5, 1953
  • Locations: Ebbets Field (Brooklyn) and Yankee Stadium (New York)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • New York Yankees: Casey Stengel
    • Brooklyn Dodgers: Chuck Dressen

52 – 1954 World Series

  • Teams: New York Giants vs. Cleveland Indians
  • Winner: New York Giants (4-0)
  • Dates: September 29–October 2, 1954
  • Locations: Polo Grounds (New York) and Cleveland Stadium (Cleveland)
  • World Series MVP: Not awarded until 1955
  • Managers:
    • New York Giants: Leo Durocher
    • Cleveland Indians: Al Lopez

53 – 1955 World Series

  • Teams: Brooklyn Dodgers (Now Los Angeles Dodgers) vs. New York Yankees
  • Winner: Brooklyn Dodgers (4-3)
  • Dates: September 28–October 4, 1955
  • Locations: Yankee Stadium (New York) and Ebbets Field (Brooklyn)
  • World Series MVP: Johnny Podres (Brooklyn Dodgers)
  • Managers:
    • Brooklyn Dodgers: Walter Alston
    • New York Yankees: Casey Stengel

54 – 1956 World Series

  • Teams: New York Yankees vs. Brooklyn Dodgers (Now Los Angeles Dodgers)
  • Winner: New York Yankees (4-3)
  • Dates: October 3–10, 1956
  • Locations: Ebbets Field (Brooklyn) and Yankee Stadium (New York)
  • World Series MVP: Don Larsen (New York Yankees)
  • Managers:
    • New York Yankees: Casey Stengel
    • Brooklyn Dodgers: Walter Alston

55 – 1957 World Series

  • Teams: Milwaukee Braves (Now Atlanta Braves) vs. New York Yankees
  • Winner: Milwaukee Braves (4-3)
  • Dates: October 2–10, 1957
  • Locations: Yankee Stadium (New York) and Milwaukee County Stadium (Milwaukee)
  • World Series MVP: Lew Burdette (Milwaukee Braves)
  • Managers:
    • Milwaukee Braves: Fred Haney
    • New York Yankees: Casey Stengel

56 – 1958 World Series

  • Teams: Milwaukee Braves (Now Atlanta Braves) vs. New York Yankees
  • Winner: New York Yankees (4-3)
  • Dates: October 1–10, 1958
  • Locations: Milwaukee County Stadium (Milwaukee) and Yankee Stadium (New York)
  • World Series MVP: Bob Turley (New York Yankees)
  • Managers:
    • Milwaukee Braves: Fred Haney
    • New York Yankees: Casey Stengel

57 – 1959 World Series

  • Teams: Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Chicago White Sox
  • Winner: Los Angeles Dodgers (4-2)
  • Dates: September 26–October 8, 1959
  • Locations: Comiskey Park (Chicago) and Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (Los Angeles)
  • World Series MVP: Larry Sherry (Los Angeles Dodgers)
  • Managers:
    • Los Angeles Dodgers: Walter Alston
    • Chicago White Sox: Al Lopez

58 – 1960 World Series

  • Teams: Pittsburgh Pirates vs. New York Yankees
  • Winner: Pittsburgh Pirates (4-3)
  • Dates: October 5–13, 1960
  • Locations: Forbes Field (Pittsburgh) and Yankee Stadium (New York)
  • World Series MVP: Bobby Richardson (New York Yankees)
  • Managers:
    • Pittsburgh Pirates: Danny Murtaugh
    • New York Yankees: Casey Stengel

59 – 1961 World Series

  • Teams: New York Yankees vs. Cincinnati Reds
  • Winner: New York Yankees (4-1)
  • Dates: October 4–9, 1961
  • Locations: Yankee Stadium (New York) and Crosley Field (Cincinnati)
  • World Series MVP: Whitey Ford (New York Yankees)
  • Managers:
    • New York Yankees: Ralph Houk
    • Cincinnati Reds: Fred Hutchinson

60 – 1962 World Series

  • Teams: New York Yankees vs. San Francisco Giants
  • Winner: New York Yankees (4-3)
  • Dates: October 4–16, 1962
  • Locations: Candlestick Park (San Francisco) and Yankee Stadium (New York)
  • World Series MVP: Ralph Terry (New York Yankees)
  • Managers:
    • New York Yankees: Ralph Houk
    • San Francisco Giants: Alvin Dark

61 – 1963 World Series

  • Teams: Los Angeles Dodgers vs. New York Yankees
  • Winner: Los Angeles Dodgers (4-0)
  • Dates: October 2–6, 1963
  • Locations: Yankee Stadium (New York) and Dodger Stadium (Los Angeles)
  • World Series MVP: Sandy Koufax (Los Angeles Dodgers)
  • Managers:
    • Los Angeles Dodgers: Walter Alston
    • New York Yankees: Ralph Houk

62 – 1964 World Series

  • Teams: St. Louis Cardinals vs. New York Yankees
  • Winner: St. Louis Cardinals (4-3)
  • Dates: October 7–15, 1964
  • Locations: Busch Stadium (St. Louis) and Yankee Stadium (New York)
  • World Series MVP: Bob Gibson (St. Louis Cardinals)
  • Managers:
    • St. Louis Cardinals: Johnny Keane
    • New York Yankees: Yogi Berra

63 – 1965 World Series

  • Teams: Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Minnesota Twins
  • Winner: Los Angeles Dodgers (4-3)
  • Dates: October 6–14, 1965
  • Locations: Metropolitan Stadium (Minnesota) and Dodger Stadium (Los Angeles)
  • World Series MVP: Sandy Koufax (Los Angeles Dodgers)
  • Managers:
    • Los Angeles Dodgers: Walter Alston
    • Minnesota Twins: Sam Mele

64 – 1966 World Series

  • Teams: Baltimore Orioles vs. Los Angeles Dodgers
  • Winner: Baltimore Orioles (4-0)
  • Dates: October 5–9, 1966
  • Locations: Dodger Stadium (Los Angeles) and Memorial Stadium (Baltimore)
  • World Series MVP: Frank Robinson (Baltimore Orioles)
  • Managers:

65 – 1967 World Series

  • Teams: St. Louis Cardinals vs. Boston Red Sox
  • Winner: St. Louis Cardinals (4-3)
  • Dates: October 4–12, 1967
  • Locations: Fenway Park (Boston) and Busch Stadium (St. Louis)
  • World Series MVP: Bob Gibson (St. Louis Cardinals)
  • Managers:
    • St. Louis Cardinals: Red Schoendienst
    • Boston Red Sox: Dick Williams

66 – 1968 World Series

  • Teams: Detroit Tigers vs. St. Louis Cardinals
  • Winner: Detroit Tigers (4-3)
  • Dates: October 2–10, 1968
  • Locations: Busch Stadium (St. Louis) and Tiger Stadium (Detroit)
  • World Series MVP: Mickey Lolich (Detroit Tigers)
  • Managers:
    • Detroit Tigers: Mayo Smith
    • St. Louis Cardinals: Red Schoendienst

67 – 1969 World Series

  • Teams: New York Mets vs. Baltimore Orioles
  • Winner: New York Mets (4-1)
  • Dates: October 11–16, 1969
  • Locations: Memorial Stadium (Baltimore) and Shea Stadium (New York)
  • World Series MVP: Donn Clendenon (New York Mets)
  • Managers:
    • New York Mets: Gil Hodges
    • Baltimore Orioles: Earl Weaver

68 – 1970 World Series

  • Teams: Baltimore Orioles vs. Cincinnati Reds
  • Winner: Baltimore Orioles (4-1)
  • Dates: October 10–15, 1970
  • Locations: Riverfront Stadium (Cincinnati) and Memorial Stadium (Baltimore)
  • World Series MVP: Brooks Robinson (Baltimore Orioles)
  • Managers:
    • Baltimore Orioles: Earl Weaver
    • Cincinnati Reds: Sparky Anderson

69 – 1971 World Series

  • Teams: Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Baltimore Orioles
  • Winner: Pittsburgh Pirates (4-3)
  • Dates: October 9–17, 1971
  • Locations: Memorial Stadium (Baltimore) and Three Rivers Stadium (Pittsburgh)
  • World Series MVP: Roberto Clemente (Pittsburgh Pirates)
  • Managers:
    • Pittsburgh Pirates: Danny Murtaugh
    • Baltimore Orioles: Earl Weaver

70 – 1972 World Series

  • Teams: Oakland Athletics vs. Cincinnati Reds
  • Winner: Oakland Athletics (4-3)
  • Dates: October 14–22, 1972
  • Locations: Riverfront Stadium (Cincinnati) and Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum (Oakland)
  • World Series MVP: Gene Tenace (Oakland Athletics)
  • Managers:
    • Oakland Athletics: Dick Williams
    • Cincinnati Reds: Sparky Anderson

71 – 1973 World Series

  • Teams: Oakland Athletics vs. New York Mets
  • Winner: Oakland Athletics (4-3)
  • Dates: October 13–21, 1973
  • Locations: Shea Stadium (New York) and Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum (Oakland)
  • World Series MVP: Reggie Jackson (Oakland Athletics)
  • Managers:
    • Oakland Athletics: Dick Williams
    • New York Mets: Yogi Berra

72 – 1974 World Series

  • Teams: Oakland Athletics vs. Los Angeles Dodgers
  • Winner: Oakland Athletics (4-1)
  • Dates: October 12–17, 1974
  • Locations: Dodger Stadium (Los Angeles) and Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum (Oakland)
  • World Series MVP: Rollie Fingers (Oakland Athletics)
  • Managers:
    • Oakland Athletics: Alvin Dark
    • Los Angeles Dodgers: Walter Alston

73 – 1975 World Series

  • Teams: Cincinnati Reds vs. Boston Red Sox
  • Winner: Cincinnati Reds (4-3)
  • Dates: October 11–22, 1975
  • Locations: Fenway Park (Boston) and Riverfront Stadium (Cincinnati)
  • World Series MVP: Pete Rose (Cincinnati Reds)
  • Managers:
    • Cincinnati Reds: Sparky Anderson
    • Boston Red Sox: Darrell Johnson

74 – 1976 World Series

  • Teams: Cincinnati Reds vs. New York Yankees
  • Winner: Cincinnati Reds (4-0)
  • Dates: October 16–21, 1976
  • Locations: Yankee Stadium (New York) and Riverfront Stadium (Cincinnati)
  • World Series MVP: Johnny Bench (Cincinnati Reds)
  • Managers:
    • Cincinnati Reds: Sparky Anderson
    • New York Yankees: Billy Martin

75 – 1977 World Series

  • Teams: New York Yankees vs. Los Angeles Dodgers
  • Winner: New York Yankees (4-2)
  • Dates: October 11–18, 1977
  • Locations: Yankee Stadium (New York) and Dodger Stadium (Los Angeles)
  • World Series MVP: Reggie Jackson (New York Yankees)
  • Managers:
    • New York Yankees: Billy Martin
    • Los Angeles Dodgers: Tommy Lasorda

76 – 1978 World Series

  • Teams: New York Yankees vs. Los Angeles Dodgers
  • Winner: New York Yankees (4-2)
  • Dates: October 10–18, 1978
  • Locations: Yankee Stadium (New York) and Dodger Stadium (Los Angeles)
  • World Series MVP: Bucky Dent (New York Yankees)
  • Managers:
    • New York Yankees: Bob Lemon
    • Los Angeles Dodgers: Tommy Lasorda

77 – 1979 World Series

  • Teams: Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Baltimore Orioles
  • Winner: Pittsburgh Pirates (4-3)
  • Dates: October 10–17, 1979
  • Locations: Memorial Stadium (Baltimore) and Three Rivers Stadium (Pittsburgh)
  • World Series MVP: Willie Stargell (Pittsburgh Pirates)
  • Managers:
    • Pittsburgh Pirates: Chuck Tanner
    • Baltimore Orioles: Earl Weaver

78 – 1980 World Series

  • Teams: Philadelphia Phillies vs. Kansas City Royals
  • Winner: Philadelphia Phillies (4-2)
  • Dates: October 14–21, 1980
  • Locations: Veterans Stadium (Philadelphia) and Royals Stadium (Kansas City)
  • World Series MVP: Mike Schmidt (Philadelphia Phillies)
  • Managers:
    • Philadelphia Phillies: Dallas Green
    • Kansas City Royals: Jim Frey

79 – 1981 World Series

  • Teams: New York Yankees vs. Los Angeles Dodgers
  • Winner: Los Angeles Dodgers (4-2)
  • Dates: October 20–28, 1981
  • Locations: Yankee Stadium (New York) and Dodger Stadium (Los Angeles)
  • World Series MVP: Ron Cey (Los Angeles Dodgers)
  • Managers:
    • New York Yankees: Bob Lemon
    • Los Angeles Dodgers: Tommy Lasorda

80 – 1982 World Series

  • Teams: St. Louis Cardinals vs. Milwaukee Brewers
  • Winner: St. Louis Cardinals (4-3)
  • Dates: October 12–20, 1982
  • Locations: Busch Stadium (St. Louis) and County Stadium (Milwaukee)
  • World Series MVP: Darrell Porter (St. Louis Cardinals)
  • Managers:
    • St. Louis Cardinals: Whitey Herzog
    • Milwaukee Brewers: Harvey Kuenn

81 – 1983 World Series

  • Teams: Baltimore Orioles vs. Philadelphia Phillies
  • Winner: Baltimore Orioles (4-1)
  • Dates: October 11–16, 1983
  • Locations: Memorial Stadium (Baltimore) and Veterans Stadium (Philadelphia)
  • World Series MVP: Rick Dempsey (Baltimore Orioles)
  • Managers:
    • Baltimore Orioles: Joe Altobelli
    • Philadelphia Phillies: Paul Owens

82 – 1984 World Series

  • Teams: Detroit Tigers vs. San Diego Padres
  • Winner: Detroit Tigers (4-1)
  • Dates: October 9–14, 1984
  • Locations: Jack Murphy Stadium (San Diego) and Tiger Stadium (Detroit)
  • World Series MVP: Alan Trammell (Detroit Tigers)
  • Managers:
    • Detroit Tigers: Sparky Anderson
    • San Diego Padres: Dick Williams

83 – 1985 World Series

  • Teams: Kansas City Royals vs. St. Louis Cardinals
  • Winner: Kansas City Royals (4-3)
  • Dates: October 19–27, 1985
  • Locations: Royals Stadium (Kansas City) and Busch Stadium (St. Louis)
  • World Series MVP: Bret Saberhagen (Kansas City Royals)
  • Managers:
    • Kansas City Royals: Dick Howser
    • St. Louis Cardinals: Whitey Herzog

84 – 1986 World Series

  • Teams: New York Mets vs. Boston Red Sox
  • Winner: New York Mets (4-3)
  • Dates: October 18–27, 1986
  • Locations: Shea Stadium (New York) and Fenway Park (Boston)
  • World Series MVP: Ray Knight (New York Mets)
  • Managers:
    • New York Mets: Davey Johnson
    • Boston Red Sox: John McNamara

85 – 1987 World Series

  • Teams: Minnesota Twins vs. St. Louis Cardinals
  • Winner: Minnesota Twins (4-3)
  • Dates: October 17–25, 1987
  • Locations: Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome (Minnesota) and Busch Stadium (St. Louis)
  • World Series MVP: Frank Viola (Minnesota Twins)
  • Managers:
    • Minnesota Twins: Tom Kelly
    • St. Louis Cardinals: Whitey Herzog

86 – 1988 World Series

  • Teams: Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Oakland Athletics
  • Winner: Los Angeles Dodgers (4-1)
  • Dates: October 15–20, 1988
  • Locations: Dodger Stadium (Los Angeles) and Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum (Oakland)
  • World Series MVP: Orel Hershiser (Los Angeles Dodgers)
  • Managers:
    • Los Angeles Dodgers: Tommy Lasorda
    • Oakland Athletics: Tony La Russa

87 – 1989 World Series

  • Teams: Oakland Athletics vs. San Francisco Giants
  • Winner: Oakland Athletics (4-0)
  • Dates: October 14–28, 1989
  • Locations: Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum (Oakland) and Candlestick Park (San Francisco)
  • World Series MVP: Dave Stewart (Oakland Athletics)
  • Managers:
    • Oakland Athletics: Tony La Russa
    • San Francisco Giants: Roger Craig

88 – 1990 World Series

  • Teams: Cincinnati Reds vs. Oakland Athletics
  • Winner: Cincinnati Reds (4-0)
  • Dates: October 16–20, 1990
  • Locations: Riverfront Stadium (Cincinnati) and Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum (Oakland)
  • World Series MVP: José Rijo (Cincinnati Reds)
  • Managers:
    • Cincinnati Reds: Lou Piniella
    • Oakland Athletics: Tony La Russa

89 – 1991 World Series

  • Teams: Atlanta Braves vs. Minnesota Twins
  • Winner: Minnesota Twins (4-3)
  • Dates: October 19–27, 1991
  • Locations: Metrodome (Minnesota) and Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium (Atlanta)
  • World Series MVP: Gene Larkin (Minnesota Twins)
  • Managers:
    • Minnesota Twins: Tom Kelly
    • Atlanta Braves: Bobby Cox

90 – 1992 World Series

  • Teams: Atlanta Braves vs. Toronto Blue Jays
  • Winner: Toronto Blue Jays (4-2)
  • Dates: October 17–24, 1992
  • Locations: Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium (Atlanta) and SkyDome (Toronto)
  • World Series MVP: Pat Borders (Toronto Blue Jays)
  • Managers:
    • Toronto Blue Jays: Cito Gaston
    • Atlanta Braves: Bobby Cox

91 – 1993 World Series

  • Teams: Philadelphia Phillies vs. Toronto Blue Jays
  • Winner: Toronto Blue Jays (4-2)
  • Dates: October 16–23, 1993
  • Locations: Veterans Stadium (Philadelphia) and SkyDome (Toronto)
  • World Series MVP: Paul Molitor (Toronto Blue Jays)
  • Managers:
    • Toronto Blue Jays: Cito Gaston
    • Philadelphia Phillies: Jim Fregosi

92 – 1994 World Series

  • Teams: Not played due to players’ strike

93 – 1995 World Series

  • Teams: Atlanta Braves vs. Cleveland Indians
  • Winner: Atlanta Braves (4-2)
  • Dates: October 21–28, 1995
  • Locations: Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium (Atlanta) and Jacobs Field (Cleveland)
  • World Series MVP: Tom Glavine (Atlanta Braves)
  • Managers:
    • Atlanta Braves: Bobby Cox
    • Cleveland Indians: Mike Hargrove

94 – 1996 World Series

  • Teams: New York Yankees vs. Atlanta Braves
  • Winner: New York Yankees (4-2)
  • Dates: October 20–28, 1996
  • Locations: Yankee Stadium (New York) and Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium (Atlanta)
  • World Series MVP: John Wetteland (New York Yankees)
  • Managers:
    • New York Yankees: Joe Torre
    • Atlanta Braves: Bobby Cox

95 – 1997 World Series

  • Teams: Florida Marlins vs. Cleveland Indians
  • Winner: Florida Marlins (4-3)
  • Dates: October 18–26, 1997
  • Locations: Pro Player Stadium (Florida) and Jacobs Field (Cleveland)
  • World Series MVP: Liván Hernández (Florida Marlins)
  • Managers:
    • Florida Marlins: Jim Leyland
    • Cleveland Indians: Mike Hargrove

96 – 1998 World Series

  • Teams: New York Yankees vs. San Diego Padres
  • Winner: New York Yankees (4-0)
  • Dates: October 17–21, 1998
  • Locations: Yankee Stadium (New York) and Qualcomm Stadium (San Diego)
  • World Series MVP: Scott Brosius (New York Yankees)
  • Managers:
    • New York Yankees: Joe Torre
    • San Diego Padres: Bruce Bochy

97 – 1999 World Series

  • Teams: New York Yankees vs. Atlanta Braves
  • Winner: New York Yankees (4-0)
  • Dates: October 23–27, 1999
  • Locations: Turner Field (Atlanta) and Yankee Stadium (New York)
  • World Series MVP: Mariano Rivera (New York Yankees)
  • Managers:
    • New York Yankees: Joe Torre
    • Atlanta Braves: Bobby Cox

98 – 2000 World Series

  • Teams: New York Yankees vs. New York Mets
  • Winner: New York Yankees (4-1)
  • Dates: October 21–26, 2000
  • Locations: Yankee Stadium (New York) and Shea Stadium (New York)
  • World Series MVP: Derek Jeter (New York Yankees)
  • Managers:
    • New York Yankees: Joe Torre
    • New York Mets: Bobby Valentine

99 – 2001 World Series

  • Teams: Arizona Diamondbacks vs. New York Yankees
  • Winner: Arizona Diamondbacks (4-3)
  • Dates: October 27–November 4, 2001
  • Locations: Bank One Ballpark (Arizona) and Yankee Stadium (New York)
  • World Series MVP: Curt Schilling and Randy Johnson (Arizona Diamondbacks)
  • Managers:
    • Arizona Diamondbacks: Bob Brenly
    • New York Yankees: Joe Torre

100 – 2002 World Series

  • Teams: Anaheim Angels (Now Los Angeles Angels) vs. San Francisco Giants
  • Winner: Anaheim Angels (4-3)
  • Dates: October 19–27, 2002
  • Locations: Edison International Field (Anaheim) and Pacific Bell Park (San Francisco)
  • World Series MVP: Troy Glaus (Anaheim Angels)
  • Managers:
    • Anaheim Angels: Mike Scioscia
    • San Francisco Giants: Dusty Baker

101 – 2003 World Series

  • Teams: Florida Marlins vs. New York Yankees
  • Winner: Florida Marlins (4-2)
  • Dates: October 18–25, 2003
  • Locations: Yankee Stadium (New York) and Pro Player Stadium (Florida)
  • World Series MVP: Josh Beckett (Florida Marlins)
  • Managers:
    • Florida Marlins: Jack McKeon
    • New York Yankees: Joe Torre

102 – 2004 World Series

  • Teams: Boston Red Sox vs. St. Louis Cardinals
  • Winner: Boston Red Sox (4-0)
  • Dates: October 23–27, 2004
  • Locations: Fenway Park (Boston) and Busch Stadium (St. Louis)
  • World Series MVP: Manny Ramirez (Boston Red Sox)
  • Managers:
    • Boston Red Sox: Terry Francona
    • St. Louis Cardinals: Tony La Russa

103 – 2005 World Series

  • Teams: Chicago White Sox vs. Houston Astros
  • Winner: Chicago White Sox (4-0)
  • Dates: October 22–26, 2005
  • Locations: U.S. Cellular Field (Chicago) and Minute Maid Park (Houston)
  • World Series MVP: Jermaine Dye (Chicago White Sox)
  • Managers:
    • Chicago White Sox: Ozzie Guillén
    • Houston Astros: Phil Garner

104 – 2006 World Series

  • Teams: St. Louis Cardinals vs. Detroit Tigers
  • Winner: St. Louis Cardinals (4-1)
  • Dates: October 21–27, 2006
  • Locations: Comerica Park (Detroit) and Busch Stadium (St. Louis)
  • World Series MVP: David Eckstein (St. Louis Cardinals)
  • Managers:
    • St. Louis Cardinals: Tony La Russa
    • Detroit Tigers: Jim Leyland

105 – 2007 World Series

  • Teams: Boston Red Sox vs. Colorado Rockies
  • Winner: Boston Red Sox (4-0)
  • Dates: October 24–28, 2007
  • Locations: Fenway Park (Boston) and Coors Field (Colorado)
  • World Series MVP: Mike Lowell (Boston Red Sox)
  • Managers:
    • Boston Red Sox: Terry Francona
    • Colorado Rockies: Clint Hurdle

106 – 2008 World Series

  • Teams: Philadelphia Phillies vs. Tampa Bay Rays
  • Winner: Philadelphia Phillies (4-1)
  • Dates: October 22–29, 2008
  • Locations: Tropicana Field (Tampa Bay) and Citizens Bank Park (Philadelphia)
  • World Series MVP: Cole Hamels (Philadelphia Phillies)
  • Managers:
    • Philadelphia Phillies: Charlie Manuel
    • Tampa Bay Rays: Joe Maddon

107 – 2009 World Series

  • Teams: New York Yankees vs. Philadelphia Phillies
  • Winner: New York Yankees (4-2)
  • Dates: October 28–November 4, 2009
  • Locations: Yankee Stadium (New York) and Citizens Bank Park (Philadelphia)
  • World Series MVP: Hideki Matsui (New York Yankees)
  • Managers:
    • New York Yankees: Joe Girardi
    • Philadelphia Phillies: Charlie Manuel

108 – 2010 World Series

  • Teams: San Francisco Giants vs. Texas Rangers
  • Winner: San Francisco Giants (4-1)
  • Dates: October 27–November 1, 2010
  • Locations: AT&T Park (San Francisco) and Rangers Ballpark in Arlington (Texas)
  • World Series MVP: Edgar Renteria (San Francisco Giants)
  • Managers:
    • San Francisco Giants: Bruce Bochy
    • Texas Rangers: Ron Washington

109 – 2011 World Series

  • Teams: St. Louis Cardinals vs. Texas Rangers
  • Winner: St. Louis Cardinals (4-3)
  • Dates: October 19–28, 2011
  • Locations: Busch Stadium (St. Louis) and Rangers Ballpark in Arlington (Texas)
  • World Series MVP: David Freese (St. Louis Cardinals)
  • Managers:
    • St. Louis Cardinals: Tony La Russa
    • Texas Rangers: Ron Washington

110 – 2012 World Series

  • Teams: San Francisco Giants vs. Detroit Tigers
  • Winner: San Francisco Giants (4-0)
  • Dates: October 24–28, 2012
  • Locations: AT&T Park (San Francisco) and Comerica Park (Detroit)
  • World Series MVP: Pablo Sandoval (San Francisco Giants)
  • Managers:
    • San Francisco Giants: Bruce Bochy
    • Detroit Tigers: Jim Leyland

111 – 2013 World Series

  • Teams: Boston Red Sox vs. St. Louis Cardinals
  • Winner: Boston Red Sox (4-2)
  • Dates: October 23–30, 2013
  • Locations: Fenway Park (Boston) and Busch Stadium (St. Louis)
  • World Series MVP: David Ortiz (Boston Red Sox)
  • Managers:
    • Boston Red Sox: John Farrell
    • St. Louis Cardinals: Mike Matheny

112 – 2014 World Series

  • Teams: San Francisco Giants vs. Kansas City Royals
  • Winner: San Francisco Giants (4-3)
  • Dates: October 21–29, 2014
  • Locations: Kauffman Stadium (Kansas City) and AT&T Park (San Francisco)
  • World Series MVP: Madison Bumgarner (San Francisco Giants)
  • Managers:
    • San Francisco Giants: Bruce Bochy
    • Kansas City Royals: Ned Yost

113 – 2015 World Series

  • Teams: Kansas City Royals vs. New York Mets
  • Winner: Kansas City Royals (4-1)
  • Dates: October 27–November 1, 2015
  • Locations: Kauffman Stadium (Kansas City) and Citi Field (New York)
  • World Series MVP: Salvador Perez (Kansas City Royals)
  • Managers:
    • Kansas City Royals: Ned Yost
    • New York Mets: Terry Collins

114 – 2016 World Series

  • Teams: Chicago Cubs vs. Cleveland Indians
  • Winner: Chicago Cubs (4-3)
  • Dates: October 25–November 2, 2016
  • Locations: Progressive Field (Cleveland) and Wrigley Field (Chicago)
  • World Series MVP: Ben Zobrist (Chicago Cubs)
  • Managers:
    • Chicago Cubs: Joe Maddon
    • Cleveland Indians: Terry Francona

115 – 2017 World Series

  • Teams: Houston Astros vs. Los Angeles Dodgers
  • Winner: Houston Astros (4-3)
  • Dates: October 24–November 1, 2017
  • Locations: Dodger Stadium (Los Angeles) and Minute Maid Park (Houston)
  • World Series MVP: George Springer (Houston Astros)
  • Managers:
    • Houston Astros: A.J. Hinch
    • Los Angeles Dodgers: Dave Roberts

116 – 2018 World Series

  • Teams: Boston Red Sox vs. Los Angeles Dodgers
  • Winner: Boston Red Sox (4-1)
  • Dates: October 23–October 28, 2018
  • Locations: Fenway Park (Boston) and Dodger Stadium (Los Angeles)
  • World Series MVP: Steve Pearce (Boston Red Sox)
  • Managers:
    • Boston Red Sox: Alex Cora
    • Los Angeles Dodgers: Dave Roberts

117 – 2019 World Series

  • Teams: Washington Nationals vs. Houston Astros
  • Winner: Washington Nationals (4-3)
  • Dates: October 22–October 30, 2019
  • Locations: Minute Maid Park (Houston) and Nationals Park (Washington, D.C.)
  • World Series MVP: Stephen Strasburg (Washington Nationals)
  • Managers:
    • Washington Nationals: Dave Martinez
    • Houston Astros: A.J. Hinch

118 – 2020 World Series

  • Teams: Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Tampa Bay Rays
  • Winner: Los Angeles Dodgers (4-2)
  • Dates: October 20–October 27, 2020
  • Locations: Globe Life Field (Arlington, Texas)
  • World Series MVP: Corey Seager (Los Angeles Dodgers)
  • Managers:
    • Los Angeles Dodgers: Dave Roberts
    • Tampa Bay Rays: Kevin Cash

119 – 2021 World Series

  • Teams: Atlanta Braves vs. Houston Astros
  • Winner: Atlanta Braves (4-2)
  • Dates: October 26–November 2, 2021
  • Locations: Minute Maid Park (Houston) and Truist Park (Atlanta)
  • World Series MVP: Jorge Soler (Atlanta Braves)
  • Managers:
    • Atlanta Braves: Brian Snitker
    • Houston Astros: Dusty Baker

120 – 2022 World Series

  • Teams: Philadelphia Phillies vs. Houston Astros
  • Winner: Houston Astros (4-2)
  • Dates: October 28–November 5, 2022
  • Locations: Minute Maid Park (Houston) and Citizens Bank Park (Philadelphia)
  • World Series MVP: Jeremy Peña (Philadelphia Phillies)
  • Managers:
    • Philadelphia Phillies: Rob Thomson
    • Houston Astros: Dusty Baker

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