The World Series in baseball is the best team in the American League, playing the best team in the National League for the Major League Championship.
None of the players that played in the '95 Major League Baseball World Series regardless of being from the National League Champion; Atlanta Braves or the Cleveland Indians are currently playing with any of the Major League Baseball teams in 2014.
Ed Vosberg and Jason Varitek were the only baseball players to appear in the Little League World Series, the College World Series and Major League Baseball's World Series.
The baseball World Series is the final round of playoffs played between the winner of the American League, and National League, to decide the Major League Championship.
League Championships then the World Series
its the championship between the national league and American league champions
What MLB team has never won in the world series
the philadelphia phillies won the 2008 world series
Jason Marquis pitched for the South Shore American Little League in the 1991 Little League World Series and the St. Louis Cardinals in the 2004 MLB World Series.
The "World Series" has been played by Major League Baseball since 1903. The World Series is the last round of playoffs, played between the American League champions, and the National League champions.
None of the players that played in the 1997 Major League Baseball World Series regardless of being from the American League Champion; Cleveland Indians or the National League Champion; Florida Marlins are currently playing in the Major Leagues as of 2014.
1998 Major League Baseball World SeriesThe New York Yankees (an American League team) beat the San Diego Padres (a National League team) in the 1998 World Series.
The Yankees won 5 world series from a span of 1949 to 1953.
Every Major League baseball has the commissioners signature.
The Boston Americans of the American League defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates of the National League five games to three in the 1903 World Series.
The Atlanta Braves beat the Cleveland Indians in the 1995 World Series.
There are seven games in the Major League Baseball World Series and the winning team needs to win the majority of the games meaning the winning Major League Baseball team will need to win four games out of the seven games in the series.
You did not mention at what level of baseball you are asking. But in every level there is a playoff system. Most levels from Little League to the Major League it is called the World Series. In the Major Leagues the World Series is determined by a best-of-seven game series between one American League team and one National League team. Whoever wins 4 games first wins the World Series.
The ALDS is the American League Division Series. The ALDS and its National League equivalent, the NLDS, are the first rounds of Major League Baseball's postseason. There are 2 ALDS series. The winners meet in the ALCS (the American League Championship Series). Meanwhile the same happens in the NL. The ALCS and ALDS winners meet in the World Series.
The World Series.