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Finally, in , 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. The Detroit Tigers gained distinction as just the third team in major league history after the New York Yankees and Brooklyn Dodgers to lead a season wire-to-wire, from opening day through their World Series victory.
The Kansas City Royals won the series four games to three over the St. Louis Cardinals. The key turning point of the series was a Kansas City win in Game Six aided by a controversial call by Don Denkinger at first base.
Kansas City later won Game Seven to take the series. The Minnesota Twins became the 1st team in the history of the World Series to win the championship by winning all 4 games they hosted when they defeated the St.
They repeated this 4 years later in when they defeated the Atlanta Braves. The World Series is remembered for the iconic home run by the Los Angeles Dodgers' Kirk Gibson with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning of Game 1.
Baseball's top relief pitcher, Dennis Eckersley , closed out all four games in the ALCS, and he appeared ready to do the same in Game 1 against a Dodgers team trailing 4—3 in the ninth.
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, Vin Scully on TV and Jack Buck on radio.
The severity of Gibson's injury prevented him from playing in any of the remaining games. 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 At , while broadcasters Al Michaels and Tim McCarver were narrating highlights and the teams were warming up, the Loma Prieta earthquake 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 Candlestick Park 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 Fay Vincent 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 saw the Minnesota Twins defeating the Atlanta Braves four games to three to win the championship. ESPN selected it as the "Greatest of All Time" in their "World Series th Anniversary" countdown, with five of its games being decided by a single run, four games decided in the final at-bat and three games going into extra innings.
The series-deciding seventh game was a scoreless tie 0—0 through the regular nine innings, and went into extra innings; Minnesota won by a score of 1—0 in the 10th inning, after their starting pitcher, Jack Morris , pitched a complete 10 inning shutout 7th game.
Morris was named Most Valuable Player for the Series. With 69 innings in total, the World Series shares the record for longest seven-game World Series ever, in terms of innings, with the World Series.
World Series games were contested outside of the United States for the first time in , with the Toronto Blue Jays defeating the Atlanta Braves in six games.
The World Series returned to Canada in , with the Blue Jays victorious again, this time against the Philadelphia Phillies in six games.
No other Series has featured a team from outside of the United States. Toronto is the only expansion team to win successive World Series titles. The World Series was also notable for being only the second championship concluded by a walk-off home run and the first concluded by a come-from-behind homer, after Joe Carter 's three-run shot in the bottom of the ninth inning sealed an 8—6 Toronto win in Game 6.
The first Series to end with a homer was the World Series , when Bill Mazeroski hit a ninth-inning solo shot in Game 7 to win the championship for the Pittsburgh Pirates.
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. Beginning in , 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.
After the boycott of , the World Series was played every year until despite World War I , the global influenza pandemic of — , the Great Depression of the s, America's involvement in World War II , and even an earthquake in the host cities of the World Series.
A breakdown in collective bargaining led to a strike in August and the eventual cancellation of the rest of the season, including the playoffs.
As the labor talks began, baseball franchise owners demanded a salary cap in order to limit payrolls, the elimination of salary arbitration , and 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 commissioner. Thus, baseball headed into the work stoppage without a full-time commissioner for the first time since the office was founded in The previous collective bargaining agreement expired on December 31, , and baseball began the season without a new agreement.
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, , the players went on strike. After a month passed with no progress in the labor talks, Selig canceled the rest of the season and the postseason on September The World Series was not played for the first time in 90 years.
The Montreal Expos , now the Washington Nationals , were the best team in baseball at the time of the stoppage, with a record of 74— The labor dispute lasted into the spring of , with owners beginning spring training with replacement players.
However, the MLBPA returned to work on April 2, after a federal judge, Sonia Sotomayor , ruled that the owners had engaged in unfair labor practices.
The World Series was the first World Series to end in November, due to the week-long delay in the regular season after the September 11 attacks.
Game 4 had begun on Oct. Yankee shortstop Derek Jeter won the game with a 10th inning walk-off home run and was dubbed "Mr. November" by elements of the media [ citation needed ] echoing the media's designation of Reggie Jackson as "Mr.
October" for his slugging achievements during the World Series. Louis Cardinals in the World Series. With the World Series victory by the St.
Other notable World Series victories of the decade include the Diamondbacks , in only their fourth season of play, over the Yankees in , The Angels in , the White Sox in , and the Phillies in Originally implemented as a two-year trial from to , the practice was extended.
The American League had won every All-Star Game since this change until and thus enjoyed home-field advantage from , when it also had home-field advantage based on the alternating schedule, through From to , 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 World Series 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.
Louis Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright suggested that he intentionally gave Derek Jeter some easy pitches to hit in the New York Yankees ' shortstop's final All-Star appearance before he retired at the end of that season.
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 Connie Mack and go for it.
However, within the last seven seasons, home-field advantage has not decided World Series games: Since , the home team has not won the deciding game of a World Series.
The San Francisco Giants won the World Series in , , and while failing to qualify to play in the postseason in the intervening seasons.
The Texas Rangers were twice only one strike away from winning their first World Series title in , but the St.
In , the Boston Red Sox won their first world series of the 's, this time at Fenway Park for the first time since The Kansas City Royals reached the World Series in , which was their first appearance in the postseason since winning the series in 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.
The contest was the first time that two expansion clubs met for the Fall Classic. In , the Chicago Cubs ended their year long drought without a World Series title by defeating the Cleveland Indians , rallying from a 3—1 Series deficit in the process.
That extended Cleveland's World Series title drought to 68 years and counting — the Indians last won the Series in — now the longest title drought in the major leagues.
Beginning in , home field advantage in the World Series is awarded to the league champion team with the better regular season win-loss record.
In , the Washington Nationals defeated the Houston Astros in seven games. It was the first seven-game World Series in which the road team won every game.
The Nationals achieved a couple of historical milestones: becoming the first team to win the World Series without winning a home game  and bringing the title back to the capital for the first time since The St.
Louis Cardinals have won 11 World Series, second-most among all 30 teams and most among National League franchises, accounting for 9.
When the first modern World Series was played in , 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 , with fourteen expansion teams joining MLB since then, all of which except the Seattle Mariners have appeared in at least one World Series.
Of the 23 Series in which at least one expansion team has played, including two Series and in which both teams were expansion teams, expansion teams have won 11 of them, which is When two teams share the same state or metropolitan area, fans often develop strong loyalties to one and antipathies towards the other, sometimes building on already-existing rivalries between cities or neighborhoods.
Before the introduction of interleague play in , 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 first city to host an entire World Series was Chicago in The Chicago Cubs had a winning percentage of.
But in an upset, the White Sox beat the Cubs four games to two. The initial instances occurred in and , when the Giants beat the Yankees in consecutive World Series that were not technically "subway series" since the teams shared the Polo Grounds as their home ballpark.
The Yankees finally beat the Giants the following year , their first in their brand-new Yankee Stadium , and won the two teams' three subsequent Fall Classic match-ups in , and The Yankees faced Brooklyn seven times in October, winning their first five meetings in , , , and , before losing to the Dodgers in , Brooklyn's sole World Championship.
The last Subway Series involving the original New York ballclubs came in , when the Yankees again beat the Dodgers.
The trio was separated in when the Dodgers and Giants moved to California although the Yankees subsequently met and beat the now- San Francisco Giants in , and played the now- Los Angeles Dodgers four times, losing to them in a four-game sweep in , beating them back-to-back in and and losing to them in The last World Series played entirely in one ballpark was the "Streetcar Series" between the St.
Louis Cardinals and the St. Louis Browns. The Cardinals won in six games, all held in their shared home, Sportsman's Park. The series is most remembered for the major earthquake that struck the San Francisco Bay Area just before game 3 was scheduled to begin.
The quake caused significant damage to both communities and severed the Bay Bridge 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 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- Philadelphia Athletics in , and 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 — the Boston Red Sox vs. Such contests would pit the Dodgers against the Angels or the Orioles against the Nationals.
Chicago Cubs 9, 2—7. Gabby Hartnett. New York Yankees 11, 8—3. Cincinnati Reds 2, 1—1. Cincinnati Reds 3, 2—1. Detroit Tigers 6, 1—5. Del Baker.
New York Yankees 12, 9—3. Brooklyn Dodgers 3, 0—3. Leo Durocher. Louis Cardinals 6, 4—2. Billy Southworth. New York Yankees 13, 9—4. New York Yankees 14, 10—4.
Louis Cardinals 7, 4—3. Louis Cardinals 8, 5—3. Louis Browns 1, 0—1. Luke Sewell. Detroit Tigers 7, 2—5. Steve O'Neill.
Chicago Cubs 10, 2—8. Louis Cardinals 9, 6—3. Eddie Dyer. Boston Red Sox 6, 5—1. New York Yankees 15, 11—4. Brooklyn Dodgers 4, 0—4.
Burt Shotton. Cleveland Indians 2, 2—0. Lou Boudreau. Boston Braves 2, 1—1. New York Yankees 16, 12—4. Casey Stengel. Brooklyn Dodgers 5, 0—5.
New York Yankees 17, 13—4. Philadelphia Phillies 2, 0—2. Eddie Sawyer. New York Yankees 18, 14—4. New York Giants 13, 4—9. New York Yankees 19, 15—4.
Brooklyn Dodgers 6, 0—6. Charlie Dressen. New York Yankees 20, 16—4. Brooklyn Dodgers 7, 0—7. New York Giants 14, 5—9.
Cleveland Indians 3, 2—1. Al Lopez. Brooklyn Dodgers 8, 1—7. Walter Alston. New York Yankees 21, 16—5. New York Yankees 22, 17—5. Brooklyn Dodgers 9, 1—8.
Milwaukee Braves 3, 2—1. Fred Haney. New York Yankees 23, 17—6. New York Yankees 24, 18—6. Milwaukee Braves 4, 2—2. Los Angeles Dodgers 10, 2—8.
Chicago White Sox 4, 2—2. Pittsburgh Pirates 5, 3—2. Danny Murtaugh. New York Yankees 25, 18—7. New York Yankees 26, 19—7.
Ralph Houk. Cincinnati Reds 4, 2—2. Fred Hutchinson. New York Yankees 27, 20—7. San Francisco Giants 15, 5— Alvin Dark. Los Angeles Dodgers 11, 3—8.
New York Yankees 28, 20—8. Louis Cardinals 10, 7—3. Johnny Keane. New York Yankees 29, 20—9. Yogi Berra. Los Angeles Dodgers 12, 4—8. Minnesota Twins 4, 1—3.
Sam Mele. Baltimore Orioles 2, 1—1. Hank Bauer. Los Angeles Dodgers 13, 4—9. Louis Cardinals 11, 8—3. Red Schoendienst.
Boston Red Sox 7, 5—2. Dick Williams. Detroit Tigers 8, 3—5. Mayo Smith. Louis Cardinals 12, 8—4. New York Mets 1, 1—0.
Gil Hodges. Baltimore Orioles 3, 1—2. Earl Weaver. Baltimore Orioles 4, 2—2. Cincinnati Reds 5, 2—3. Sparky Anderson. Pittsburgh Pirates 6, 4—2.
Baltimore Orioles 5, 2—3. Oakland Athletics 9, 6—3. Cincinnati Reds 6, 2—4. Oakland Athletics 10, 7—3.
New York Mets 2, 1—1. Oakland Athletics 11, 8—3. Los Angeles Dodgers 14, 4— Cincinnati Reds 7, 3—4. Boston Red Sox 8, 5—3.
Darrell Johnson. Cincinnati Reds 8, 4—4. New York Yankees 30, 20— Billy Martin. New York Yankees 31, 21— Los Angeles Dodgers 15, 4— Tommy Lasorda.
New York Yankees 32, 22— Bob Lemon. Los Angeles Dodgers 16, 4— Pittsburgh Pirates 7, 5—2. Chuck Tanner. Baltimore Orioles 6, 2—4. Philadelphia Phillies 3, 1—2.
Dallas Green. Kansas City Royals 1, 0—1. Jim Frey. Los Angeles Dodgers 17, 5— New York Yankees 33, 22— Louis Cardinals 13, 9—4. Whitey Herzog.
Milwaukee Brewers [L1] 1, 0—1. Harvey Kuenn. Baltimore Orioles 7, 3—4. Joe Altobelli. Philadelphia Phillies 4, 1—3. Paul Owens.
Detroit Tigers 9, 4—5. San Diego Padres 1, 0—1. Kansas City Royals 2, 1—1. Dick Howser. Louis Cardinals 14, 9—5.
New York Mets 3, 2—1.