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The World Series has been the annual championship series of the highest level of professional baseball in the United States and Canada since 1903, concluding the postseason of Major League Baseball. Since the Series takes place in October, sportswriters many years ago dubbed the event the Fall Classic; it is also sometimes known as the October Classic or simply The Series. It is played between the League Championship Series winning clubs from MLB's two circuits, the American and National Leagues. The World Series has been played every year since 1903 with the exception of 1904 (boycott) and 1994 (player strike). Though professional baseball has employed various championship formulas since the 1860s, the term "World Series" is usually understood to refer exclusively to the modern World Series.

WinnersEdit

List of World Series champions
Season World Series Champions Record Runner-Up Record 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 World Series MVP Statistics
2002 LAAcap Anaheim Angels AL
99-63
SFcap San Francisco Giants NL
95-66
SF
4-3
LAA
11-9
LAA
10-4
SF
4-3
SF
16-4
LAA
6-5
LAA
4-1
Glaus1 Troy Glaus (3B) .385 AVG
3 HR, 8 RBI
2003 FLAcap Florida Marlins NL
91-71
NYYcap New York Yankees AL
101-61
FLA
3-2
NYY
6-1
NYY
6-1
FLA
4-3
FLA
6-4
FLA
2-0
Beckett1FLA Josh Beckett (SP) 1-1, 16 IP
2 ER, 19 K
2004 BOScap Boston Red Sox AL
98-64
STLcap St. Louis Cardinals NL
105-57
BOS
11-9
BOS
6-2
BOS
4-1
BOS
3-0
Manny1BOS Manny Ramirez (OF) .412 AVG
7 H; 4 RBI
2005 CHWcap Chicago White Sox AL
99-63
HOUcap Houston Astros NL
89-73
CWS
5-3
CWS
3-1
CWS
5-0
CWS
5-4
Dye1 Jermaine Dye (OF) .438 AVG
7 H; 3 RBI
2006 STLcap St. Louis Cardinals NL
83-78
DETcap Detroit Tigers AL
95-67
STL
7-2
DET
3-1
STL
5-0
STL
5-4
STL
4-2
Eckstein1 David Eckstein (SS) .364 AVG
8 H; 4 RBI
2007 BOScap Boston Red Sox AL
96-66
COLcap Colorado Rockies NL
90-73
BOS
13-1
BOS
2-1
BOS
10-5
BOS
4-3
Lowell1 Mike Lowell (3B) .400 AVG
6 H; 4 RBI
2008 PHIcap Philadelphia Phillies NL
92-70
TBcap Tampa Bay Rays AL
97-65
PHI
3-2
TB
4-2
PHI
5-4
PHI
10-2
PHI
4-3
Hamels1 Cole Hamels (SP) 1-0, 13 IP
4 ER, 8 K
2009 NYYcap New York Yankees AL
103-59
PHIcap Philadelphia Phillies NL
93-69
PHI
6-1
NYY
3-1
NYY
8-5
NYY
7-4
PHI
8-6
NYY
7-3
Matsui1 Hideki Matsui (DH) .615 AVG
3 HR; 8 RBI
Milwaukee

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