The World Series.
The Super Bowl
You would if that were its official name. What we now know as Super Bowl I was called the AFL-NFL World Championship Game and was renamed retroactively after the leagues merged.
The World Series.
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The name of the American International College baseball team is the yellow jackets. They are at the top of their league and they have 172 members on their team.
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A football championship?
No, but I really want to hear if there is a real answer as I am working on something like it!
The "Brier" is the common name for Canada's men's national curling championship. The winner goes on to represent Canada at the World Curling Championship. Because Canada has so many great curling teams, the Brier is the curling world's most anticipated annual event.
Because when the term was coined, The US WAS the world of baseball. ...and it's not just American teams (unless you're using the term "American" to refer to anyone from North America). Canada has the blue jays, and used to also have the Expos until they moved to Washington and became the Nationals in 2005. However, I believe that "World Series" is only used out of habit, and the "official" name of the championship series is actually now "The Fall Classic".
As far as I can determine, another name for championship cricket matches is "Tests."
Ummm the All Star game?
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Baseball history shows that, beginning as far back as 1884, there were several years where post-season championship games took place. However, they were "hit or miss" until 1903. That year, the National League and the recently-established American League signed a "peace treaty" designed to end the raiding of players by each league's member clubs. Although no mention of a post-season championship series was mentioned, the presidents of the winning Pittsburgh Pirates and Boston Pilgrims (known to us as the Red Sox), respectively, came up with the idea of a nine-game, post-season series to show off their teams, establishing the annual event eagerly awaited by baseball fans everywhere.The 1904 Reach Guide reported on this first official "World's Championship Series," (played in 1903) using a name first coined in 1886 by the Spalding (of athletic equipment fame) Base Ball Guide in reference to the post-season game between Chicago and St. Louis. Spalding's editor noted that since both teams were already "champions of the United States" in their respective leagues, the winner of the post-season games would be "world" champions, hence the "World's Championship Series." Spalding's continued to refer to post-season games by this name, adding that as other nations embraced baseball, their winning teams would participate in the playoffs, turning the "World's Championship Series" into a reality.
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His name was Jakie Robinson
The " World Series" itself is not a sport. It is the championship 7 game series played between two major league baseball teams each year in october. The winner of the American League and the winner of the National League play in a "best-of-seven" series hence the name "World Series"
The NFL and the AFL decided to meet each year for a world championship beginning in 1967. Kansas City Chief's former owner Lamar Hunt coined the term, Super Bowl as the name for this annual game.
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