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The World Series is the greatest spectacle in baseball and each year decides the world champions in the sport. The game features the American League’s pennant winner taking on the National League’s champ in a best of seven game series to decide which team will take home the Commissioner’s Trophy, which is awarded to the winning World Series team. The first modern World Series was played over 100 years ago in 1903, when the Boston Red Sox defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates. Since that first World Series, thousands of players and millions of fans have taken part in this classic baseball event.

Congrats to the Atlanta Braves who won the 2021 World Series over the Houston Astros. The Braves overcame a losing record at the All-Star Break to beat the odds and bring the trophy home to Atlanta. Their success should give every team hope for the 2022 season, as they have a chance to be playing next November in the 2022 World Series. Fans who want to #BeThereLive can purchase World Series tickets next Fall once the MLB Playoffs get rolling. Today, baseball fans can purchase MLB 2022 regular season games including Opening Day and the hugely popular MLB All-Star Game.

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There are two dozen MLB’s that have won a World Series, with the full list of World Series champions below. Which team will be added to the list of championship this next season? Does your favorite team have a good chance to win the World Series?

2022 – – tbd2021Atlanta BravesHouston Astros4-22020Los Angeles DodgersTampa Bay Rays4-22019Washington NationalsHouston Astros4-32018Boston Red SoxLos Angeles Dodgers4-12017Houston AstrosLos Angeles Dodgers4-32016Chicago CubsCleveland Indians4-32015Kansas City RoyalsNew York Mets4-12014San Francisco GiantsKansas City Royals4-32013Boston Red SoxSt. Louis Cardinals4-22012San Francisco GiantsDetroit Tigers4-02011St. Louis CardinalsTexas Rangers4-32010San Francisco GiantsTexas Rangers4-12009New York YankeesPhiladelphia Phillies4-22008Philadelphia PhilliesTampa Bay Rays4-12007Boston Red SoxColorado Rockies4-02006St. Louis CardinalsDetroit Tigers4-12005Chicago White SoxHouston Astros4-02004Boston Red SoxSt. Louis Cardinals4-02003Florida MarlinsNew York Yankees4-22002Anaheim AngelsSan Francisco Giants4-32001Arizona DiamondbacksNew York Yankees4-32000New York YankeesNew York Mets4-11999New York YankeesAtlanta Braves4-01998New York YankeesSan Diego Padres4-01997Florida MarlinsCleveland Indians4-31996New York YankeesAtlanta Braves4-21995Atlanta BravesCleveland Indians4-21993Toronto Blue JaysPhiladelphia Phillies4-21992Toronto Blue JaysAtlanta Braves4-21991Minnesota TwinsAtlanta Braves4-31990Cincinnati RedsOakland Athletics4-01989Oakland AthleticsSan Francisco Giants4-01988Los Angeles DodgersOakland Athletics4-11987Minnesota TwinsSt. Louis Cardinals4-31986New York MetsBoston Red Sox4-31985Kansas City RoyalsSt. Louis Cardinals4-31984Detroit TigersSan Diego Padres4-11983Baltimore OriolesPhiladelphia Phillies4-11982St. Louis CardinalsMilwaukee Brewers4-31981Los Angeles DodgersNew York Yankees4-21980Philadelphia PhilliesKansas City Royals4-21979Pittsburgh PiratesBaltimore Orioles4-31978New York YankeesLos Angeles Dodgers4-21977New York YankeesLos Angeles Dodgers4-21976Cincinnati RedsNew York Yankees4-01975Cincinnati RedsBoston Red Sox4-31974Oakland AthleticsLos Angeles Dodgers4-11973Oakland AthleticsNew York Mets4-31972Oakland AthleticsCincinnati Reds4-31971Pittsburgh PiratesBaltimore Orioles4-31970Baltimore OriolesCincinnati Reds4-11969New York MetsBaltimore Orioles4-11968Detroit TigersSt. Louis Cardinals4-31967St. Louis CardinalsBoston Red Sox4-31966Baltimore OriolesLos Angeles Dodgers4-01965Los Angeles DodgersMinnesota Twins4-31964St. Louis CardinalsNew York Yankees4-31963Los Angeles DodgersNew York Yankees4-01962New York YankeesSan Francisco Giants4-31961New York YankeesCincinnati Reds4-11960Pittsburgh PiratesNew York Yankees4-31959Los Angeles DodgersChicago White Sox4-21958New York YankeesMilwaukee Braves4-31957Milwaukee BravesNew York Yankees4-31956New York YankeesBrooklyn Dodgers4-31955Brooklyn DodgersNew York Yankees4-31954New York GiantsCleveland Indians4-01953New York YankeesBrooklyn Dodgers4-21952New York YankeesBrooklyn Dodgers4-31951New York YankeesNew York Giants4-21950New York YankeesPhiladelphia Phillies4-01949New York YankeesBrooklyn Dodgers4-11948Cleveland IndiansBoston Braves4-21947New York YankeesBrooklyn Dodgers4-31946St. Louis CardinalsBoston Red Sox4-31945Detroit TigersChicago Cubs4-31944St. Louis CardinalsSt. Louis Browns4-21943New York YankeesSt. Louis Cardinals4-11942St. Louis CardinalsNew York Yankees4-11941New York YankeesBrooklyn Dodgers4-11940Cincinnati RedsDetroit Tigers4-31939New York YankeesCincinnati Reds4-01938New York YankeesChicago Cubs4-01937New York YankeesNew York Giants4-11936New York YankeesNew York Giants4-21935Detroit TigersChicago Cubs4-21934St. Louis CardinalsDetroit Tigers4-31933New York GiantsWashington Senators4-11932New York YankeesChicago Cubs4-01931St. Louis CardinalsPhiladelphia Athletics4-31930Philadelphia AthleticsSt. Louis Cardinals4-21929Philadelphia AthleticsChicago Cubs4-11928New York YankeesSt. Louis Cardinals4-01927New York YankeesPittsburgh Pirates4-01926St. Louis CardinalsNew York Yankees4-31925Pittsburgh PiratesWashington Senators4-31924Washington SenatorsNew York Giants4-31923New York YankeesNew York Giants4-21922New York GiantsNew York Yankees4-01921New York GiantsNew York Yankees5-31920Cleveland IndiansBrooklyn Dodgers5-21919Cincinnati RedsChicago White Sox5-31918Boston Red SoxChicago Cubs4-21917Chicago White SoxNew York Giants4-21916Boston Red SoxBrooklyn Dodgers4-11915Boston Red SoxPhiladelphia Phillies4-11914Boston BravesPhiladelphia Athletics4-01913Philadelphia AthleticsNew York Giants4-11912Boston Red SoxNew York Giants4-31911Philadelphia AthleticsNew York Giants4-21910Philadelphia AthleticsChicago Cubs4-11909Pittsburgh PiratesDetroit Tigers4-31908Chicago CubsDetroit Tigers4-11907Chicago CubsDetroit Tigers4-01906Chicago White SoxChicago Cubs4-21905New York GiantsPhiladelphia Athletics4-11903Boston Red SoxPittsburgh Pirates5-3

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Which Major League Baseball teams have won the most World Series championships? The New York Yankees are lapping the field with 27 World Series in their illustrious history. The next closest team is the St. Louis Cardinals who have an impressive 11 titles, but are still less than half of the Yankees total. Below is the list of World series championships by MLB franchise. The number of wins for each includes all of the victories by the franchise, even when the team was located in another city. For example, the Oakland A’s have 9 titles, but those are spread across their history in Philadelphia and Kansas City. There are also a half dozen teams who have never won a World Series and one that has never even played in a World Series – the Seattle Mariners.

Most World Series Won by Franchise

  • New York Yankees (27)
  • St. Louis Cardinals (11)
  • Oakland A’s (9)
  • Boston Red Sox (9)
  • San Francisco Giants (8)
  • Los Angeles Dodgers (7)
  • Cincinnati Reds (5)
  • Pittsburgh Pirates (5)
  • Atlanta Braves (4)
  • Detroit Tigers (4)
  • Chicago Cubs (3)
  • Baltimore Orioles (3)
  • Minnesota Twins (3)
  • Chicago White Sox (3)
  • Philadelphia Phillies (2)
  • Cleveland Indians (2)
  • New York Mets (2))
  • Kansas City Royals (2)
  • Toronto Blue Jays (2)
  • Miami Marlins (2)
  • Houston Astros (1)
  • Arizona Diamondbacks (1)
  • Los Angeles Angels (1)
  • Washington Nationals (1)
  • San Diego Padres, Tampa Bay Rays, Texas Rangers, Milwaukee Brewers, Colorado Rockies, Seattle Mariners (Zero)

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