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# What percentage of teams winning game 1 of World Series go to win the World Series?

Updated: 9/27/2023

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13y ago

In the prior 102 World Series, the winner of Game 1 has won the title 62 times

EXAPT THIS PAST World Series PHILLIES TOOK GAME 1 THEN THE YANKEES TOOK GAME 2 3 4 AND GAME 6 TO WIN IT ALL

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8y ago

In the MLB more games are won by the home team. More than 50 percent of the games played are won by the home team.

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8y ago

More than half.

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12y ago

85

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7y ago

5 percent

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