1981–2007


1981—
Los Angeles N.L. 4 (Tom Lasorda), New York A.L. 2 (Bob Lemon); WP—Los Angeles: Valenzuela (3), Howe (4), Reuss (5), Hooton (6); New York: Guidry (1), John (2). LP—Los Angeles: Reuss (1), Hooton (2); New York: Frazier (3), Frazier (4), Guidry (5), Frazier (6).
1982—
St. Louis N.L. 4 (Whitey Herzog), Milwaukee A.L. 3 (Harvey Kuenn); WP—St. Louis: Sutter (2), Andujar (3), Stuper (6), Andujar (7). Milwaukee: Caldwell (1), Slaton (4), Caldwell (5). LP—St. Louis: Forsch (1), Bair (4), Forsch (5). Milwaukee: McClure (2), Vuckovich (3), Sutton (6), McClure (7).
1983—
Baltimore A.L. 4 (Joe Altobelli), Philadelphia N.L. 1 (Paul Owens); WP—Baltimore: Boddicker (2), Palmer (3), Davis (4), McGregor (5). Philadelphia: Denny (1).
1984—
Detroit A.L. 4 (Sparky Anderson), San Diego N.L. 1 (Dick Williams); WP—Det.: Morris (1,4), Wilcox (3), Lopez (5), San Diego: Hawkins (2). LP—Det.: Petry (2), San Diego: Thurmond (1), Lollar (3), Show (4), Hawkins (5).
1985—
Kansas City A.L. 4 (Dick Howser), St. Louis N.L. 3 (Whitey Herzog); WP—KC: Saberhagen (3,7) Quisenberry (6), Jackson (5). St. Louis: Tudor (1,4) Dayley (2). LP—KC: Jackson (1), Leibrandt (2), Black (4); St. Louis: Andujar (3), Forsch (5), Worrell (6), Tudor (7).
1986—
New York N.L. 4 (Dave Johnson); Boston A.L. (John McNamara) 3 WP—New York—Ojeda (3), Darling (4), Aguilera (6), McDowell (7), Bos: Hurst (1), (5), Crawford (2). LP—New York Darling (1), Gooden (2, 5).
1987—
Minnesota A.L. 4 (Tom Kelly); St. Louis N.L. (Whitey Herzog) 3. WP—Minnesota Viola (1, 7), Blyleven (2), Schatzeder (6), St. Louis: Tudor (3), Forsch (4), Cox (5). LP—Minnesota Berenguer (3), Viola (4), Blyleven (5); St. Louis: Magrane (1), Cox (2, 7), Tudor (6).
1988—
Los Angeles N.L. 4 (Tommy Lasorda); Oakland A.L. (Tony LaRussa) 1. WP—Los Angeles: Hershiser (2, 5), Pena (1), Belcher (4); Oakland: Honeycutt (3). LP—Los Angeles: Howell (3); Oakland: Davis (2, 5), Eckersley (1), Stewart (4).
1989—
Oakland A.L. 4 (Tony LaRussa); San Francisco N.L. 0 (Roger Craig). WP—Oakland: Dave Stewart (1, 3), Mike Moore (2, 4). LP—San Francisco: Scott Garrelts (1, 3), Don Robinson (4), Rick Reuschel (2).
1990—
Cincinnati N.L. 4 (Lou Piniella); Oakland A.L. 0 (Tony LaRussa). WP—Cincinnati: Jose Rijo (1, 4), Rob Dibble (2), Tom Browning (3). LP—Oakland: Dave Stewart (1, 4), Dennis Eckersley (2), Mike Moore (3).
1991—
Minnesota A.L. 4 (Tom Kelly); Atlanta N.L. 3 (Bobby Cox). WP—Minnesota: Morris (1,7), Tapani (2), Aguilera (6). Atlanta: Clancy (3), Stanton (4), Glavine (5). LP—Minnesota: Aguilera (3), Gurhtie (4), Tapani (5). Atlanta: Leibrandt (1, 6), Glavine (2), Pena (7).
1992—
Toronto A.L. 4 (Cito Gaston); Atlanta N.L. 2 (Bobby Cox). WP—Toronto: Ward (2, 3), Key (4, 6). Atlanta: Glavine (1), Smoltz (5). LP—Toronto: Morris (1, 5). Atlanta: Leibrandt (6), Reardon (2), Avery (3), Glavine (4).
1993—
Toronto A.L. 4 (Cito Gaston); Philadelphia N.L. 2 (Jim Fregosi). WP—Toronto: Leiter (1), Hentgen (3), Castillo (4), Ward (6). Philadelphia: Mullholland (2), Schilling (5). LP—Toronto: Stewart (2), Guzman (5). Philadelphia: Schilling (1), Jackson (3), Williams (4, 6).
1994—
World Series cancelled due to players' strike.
1995—
Atlanta N.L. 4 (Bobby Cox); Cleveland A.L. 2 (Mike Hargrove). WP—Atlanta: Maddux (1), Glavine (2,6), Avery (4). Cleveland: Mesa (3), Hershiser (5). LP—Atlanta: Pena (3), Maddux (5). Cleveland: Hershiser (1), Martinez (2), Hill (4), Poole (6).
1996—
New York A.L. 4 (Joe Torre); Atlanta N.L. 2 (Bobby Cox). WP—New York: Cone (3), Lloyd (4), Pettitte (5), Key (6). Atlanta: Smoltz (1), Maddux (2). LP—New York: Pettitte (1), Key (2). Atlanta: Glavine (3), Avery (4), Smoltz (5), Maddux (6).
1997—
Florida N.L. 4 (Jim Leyland); Cleveland A.L. 3 (Mike Hargrove). WP—Florida: Hernandez (1, 5), Cook (3), Powell (7). Cleveland: Ogea (2, 6), Wright (4). LP—Florida: Brown (2, 6), Saunders (4). Cleveland: Hershiser (1, 5), Plunk (3), Nagy (7).
1998—
New York A.L. 4 (Joe Torre); San Diego N.L. 0 (Bruce Bochy). WP—New York: Wells (1), Hernandez (2), Mendoza (3), Pettitte (4). LP—San Diego: Wall (1), Ashby (2), Hoffman (3), Brown (4).
1999—
New York A.L. 4 (Joe Torre); Atlanta N.L. 0 (Bobby Cox). WP—New York: Hernandez (1), Cone (2), Rivera (3), Clemens (4). LP—Atlanta: Maddux (1), Millwood (2), Remlinger (3), Smoltz (4).
2000—
New York Yankees A.L. 4 (Joe Torre); New York Mets N.L. 1 (Bobby Valentine). WP—Yankees: Stanton (1, 5), Clemens (2), Nelson (4). Mets: Franco (3). LP—Wendell (1), Hampton (2), Jones (4), Leiter (5). Yankees: Hernandez (3).
2001—
Arizona Diamondbacks N.L. 4 (Bob Brenly); New York Yankees A.L. 3 (Joe Torre). WP—Arizona: Schilling (1), Johnson (2, 6, 7). New York: Clemens (3), Rivera (4), Hitchcock (5). LP—New York: Mussina (1), Pettitte (2, 6), Rivera (7). Arizona: Anderson (3), Kim (4), Lopez (5).
2002—
Anaheim Angels A.L. 4 (Mike Scioscia); San Francisco Giants N.L. 3 (Dusty Baker). WP—Anaheim: Rodriguez (2), Ortiz (3), Donnelly (6), Lackey (7). San Francisco: Schmidt (1), Worrell (4), Zerbe (5). LP—Anaheim: Washburn (1, 5), Rodriguez (4). San Francisco: Rodriguez (2), Hernandez (3, 7), Worrell (6).
2003—
Florida Marlins N.L. 4 (Jack McKeon); New York Yankees A.L. 2 (Joe Torre). WP—Florida: Penny (1, 5), Looper (4), Beckett (6). New York: Pettitte (2), Mussina (3). LP—Florida: Redman (2), Beckett (3). New York: Wells (1), Weaver (4), Contreras (5), Pettitte (6).
2004—
Boston Red Sox A.L. 4 (Terry Francona); St. Louis Cardinals N.L. 0 (Tony La Russa). WP—Boston: Foulke (1), Schilling (2), Martinez (3), Lowe (4). LP—St. Louis: Tavarez (1), Morris (2), Suppan (3), Marquis (4).
2005—
Chicago White Sox A.L. 4 (Ozzie Guillen); Houston Astros N.L. 0 (Phil Garner). WP—Chicago: Contreras (1), Cotts (2), Marte (3), Garcia (4). LP—Houston: Rodriguez (1), Lidge (2, 4). Astacio (3).
2006—
St. Louis Cardinals N.L. 4 (Tony La Russa); Detroit Tigers A.L. 1 (Jim Leyland). WP—St. Louis: Reyes (1), Carpenter (3), Wainwright (4), Weaver (5). Detroit: Rogers (2). LP—Detroit: Verlander (1, 5), Robertson (3), Zumaya (4). St. Louis: Weaver (2)
2007—
Boston Red Sox A.L. 4 (Terry Francona); Colorado Rockies N.L. 0 (Clint Hurdle). WP—Boston: Beckett (1), Schilling (2), Matsuzaka (3), Lester (4). LP—Colorado: Francis (1), Jimenez (2), Fogg (3), Cook (4).

1971–1980 Record of World Series Games