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Q: Who was the last American baseball team team to win the world series at home?
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How is the home team decided in the World Series of baseball?

Currently, whatever league wins the All-Star game will have Home-Field advantage in the World Series.

American leaguer Player with most home runs in world series?

Mickey Mantle holds the record for most home runs hit in the World Series with 18.

Who hit the home run in baseball in the 1960 World Series?

Bill Mazeroski

Why does the American league have home field advantage in the World Series?

There is an MLB rule that states the League that wins the All-Star game has home field advantage in the World Series. Since the American League won the 2009 All-Star game, 4-3, they get home field advantage for the 2009 World Series.

Where is the world series played?

At the home ballparks of the National League and American League champions.

Who was the last American league team to win world series at home?

the Yankees in 2009

Who was the last African American to hit a home run in the World Series?

Ryan Howard of the Philadelphia Phillies was the last African American player to hit a World Series home run. He did it on November 4, 2009 in game 6.

Do they use designated hitters in the world series?

Only when the american league team is the home team

Where will the 2008 MLB World Series be played?

It will begin on the home field of the American League Champion

What is the value of a 1946 World Series home run baseball?

An official National League Ford Frick baseball or an Official American League William Harridge baseball from 1946 would be worth about $250. -$500, in excellent - near/mint condition.Rawlings started to make World Series baseballs in 1978 that features The World Series logo. Before then, there was no way of knowing if a baseball was used in, or made for the World Series. If your baseball was used, and hit for a home run in the 1946 World Series, with no way of proving it, the baseball will have a lower value based on condition. Without a strong letter of provenance proving that the baseball was hit for a home run in the 1946 World Series, and by who, it cannot be sold as such. A letter of provenance from a team player or league official would be acceptable to prove it is a World Series home run game baseball. Then it could have higher value. A letter of provenance from a fan at the game will not hold much weight if any. Otherwise the baseball would be valued as a vintage Official baseball in used condition. Provenance is the history of ownership of a particular item. It allows the buyer to secure additional insight as to the origin or chain of custody of the item.

What does a baseball team gain from hosting a World Series?

Home field advantage. Dating back to 1985, the team that has opened the World Series at home (hosting a possible four of seven games) has been victorious in 24 of the last 31 World Series.

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