Chicago Cubs 1908 WS ChampsThe Chicago Cubs beat the Detroit Tigers in the 1908 World Series.
LA Dodgers 1988 WS ChampsThe LA Dodgers beat the Oakland Athletics in the 1988 World Series.
The Chicago Cubs won their second World Series in a row...and their last.
Detroit Tigers 1984 WS ChampsThe Detroit Tigers beat the San Diego Padres in the 1984 World Series.
Florida Marlins 2003 WS ChampsThe Florida Marlins beat the New York Yankees in the 2003 World Series
The New York Mets.
The New York Yankees.
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College World Series Champs ('09) -- University of Washington Huskies Olympic Champs -- Japan (U.S.A. came in second)
Edgar Renteria of the San Francisco Giants (2010 World Series Champs)
One ring is given to each player, coach, and assistant on World Series winning teams per World Series won
Well, you can be sure they had Phillies 2009 World Series Champs apparel on standby, too, just in case Philadelphia won in seven games. It's all done in advance, of course.
The Oakland Athletics have 9 World Series titles, second most in the American League to the Yankees with 27.
New York Yankees 2009 World Series ChampsThe New York Yankees beat the Philadelphia Phillies in the 2009 World Series
The 1931 World Series featured the St. Louis Cardinals vs Philadelphia Athletics with the Cardinals emerging as world champs 4 games to 3
They became world champs in 2001 so 9 years since the Diamondbacks won.
In 1903, 1919, 1920, and 1921; the World Series was a best of nine games format. The number of games to be played in a World Series can be any number major league baseball owners choose to make it.
New York Yankees 2000 WS ChampsThe New York Yankees beat the New York Mets in the 2000 World Series.
Yes because the United States have the best basketball players in the world
The San Francisco Giants, who defeated the Texas Rangers in the World Series four games to one.
Davy Johnson The New York Mets defeated the Boston Red Sox 4 games to 3. Click on the '1986 World Series' link on this page to see a game by game breakdown.
The manager of the 2007 Little League World Series champion Warner Robins (USA) team was Mickey Lay, the coach was Mike Smith, and the Team Mother was Robin Smith.