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All-Time World Series Greats Game includes the following teams:



  • Pittsburgh Pirates (1909, NL): The 1909 Pirates, led by the legendary Honus Wagner, defeated the Detroit Tigers to claim their first World Series title. This team showcased exceptional hitting and solid pitching, cementing their place in early baseball history.
  • Boston Americans (1903, AL): Won the very first World Series, marking a significant moment in baseball history. Managed by Jimmy Collins and featuring Cy Young, one of the greatest pitchers of all time, the Americans overcame the Pittsburgh Pirates in a best-of-nine series.


  • Boston Red Sox (1912, AL): The 1912 Red Sox, featuring star center fielder Tris Speaker, won a dramatic World Series against the New York Giants, known for its extra-inning finale.
  • Boston Braves  (1914, NL): Known as the "Miracle Braves," staged one of the most remarkable turnarounds in baseball history, going from last place on July 4th to sweeping the Philadelphia Athletics in the World Series, an underdog triumph celebrated for over a century.


  • New York Yankees (1927, AL): The 1927 Yankees, known as "Murderers' Row," are often considered the greatest baseball team in history, dominating the World Series with their powerful lineup.
  • New York Giants (1922, NL): Managed by John McGraw, the 1922 Giants won their second consecutive World Series, defeating the Yankees with their balanced attack and strong pitching.


  • New York Yankees (1939, AL): The late 1930s Yankees, featuring Joe DiMaggio, were a dynasty, winning four consecutive World Series titles with a potent combination of hitting and pitching.
  • St. Louis Cardinals (1934, NL): The 'Gashouse Gang' Cardinals, known for their scrappy and spirited play, won the 1934 World Series, showcasing their balanced team effort.


  • New York Yankees (1949, AL): The 1949 Yankees, managed by Casey Stengel, began a run of five straight World Series titles, demonstrating resilience and strategic superiority.
  • St. Louis Cardinals (1944, NL): The 1944 Cardinals, with their strong pitching and balanced attack, won an all-St. Louis World Series against the Browns.


  • New York Yankees (1953, AL): The 1953 Yankees, winning their fifth consecutive World Series, showcased an unmatched blend of power and skill in the golden era of Mickey Mantle and Yogi Berra.
  • Brooklyn Dodgers (1955, NL): The '55 Dodgers, finally overcoming their World Series disappointments, are remembered for their "Boys of Summer" lineup, including Jackie Robinson and Duke Snider.


  • Baltimore Orioles (1966, AL): The 1966 Orioles, featuring star players like Frank Robinson and Brooks Robinson, won their first-ever World Series, dominating with both hitting and pitching.
  • St. Louis Cardinals (1967, NL): The 1967 Cardinals, led by Bob Gibson and Lou Brock, showcased a blend of speed, power, and dominant pitching, capturing the World Series title.


  • Oakland Athletics (1974, AL): The early 1970s Athletics won three consecutive World Series titles, known for their colorful personalities and on-field prowess.
  • Cincinnati Reds (1976, NL): The 'Big Red Machine,' winning back-to-back World Series, were celebrated for their powerful lineup, including Pete Rose, Johnny Bench, and Joe Morgan.


  • Detroit Tigers (1984, AL): The 1984 Tigers, managed by Sparky Anderson, dominated from start to finish, winning the World Series with Kirk Gibson's heroics and Jack Morris's pitching.
  • Los Angeles Dodgers (1988, NL): The underdog 1988 Dodgers are remembered for Kirk Gibson's iconic home run and their overall team spirit and clutch performances.


  • New York Yankees (1998, AL): The 1998 Yankees, with 114 regular-season wins, are often cited among the greatest teams ever, showcasing a balanced team with no glaring weaknesses.
  • Atlanta Braves (1995, NL): The 1995 Braves, known for their pitching trio of Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine, and John Smoltz, won the World Series against the Cleveland Indians.


  • Chicago White Sox (2005, AL): The 2005 White Sox, dominated the post season with a record of 11-1 on their way to sweeping the Houston Astros ending an 86-year championship drought.
  • Philadelphia Phillies (2008, NL): The 2008 Phillies, led by Ryan Howard and Cole Hamels, defeated the Tampa Bay Rays in the World Series, showcasing balanced hitting and solid pitching.


  • Boston Red Sox (2018, AL): The 2018 Red Sox, with a record 108 regular-season wins, dominated the World Series, showcasing a potent offense led by Mookie Betts and J.D. Martinez.
  • Washington Nationals (2019, NL): The 2019 Nationals, winning their first World Series, are remembered for their incredible postseason run, overcoming early deficits and showcasing clutch performances.


  • Los Angeles Dodgers (2020, NL): The 2020 Dodgers, overcoming the challenges of a pandemic-shortened season, won their first World Series title since 1988 with a roster full of stars like Mookie Betts and Clayton Kershaw.
  • Houston Astros (2022, AL): The 2022 Astros, under manager Dusty Baker, clinched the World Series title, showcasing a powerful lineup and exceptional pitching, with key contributions from players like Jose Altuve and Justin Verlander.


Each of these teams, with their unique blend of talent, strategy, and historical significance, left an indelible mark on the game and are celebrated as some of the greatest World Series champions in baseball history.

All-Time World Series Greats Game

SKU: 608660-935
  • PREMIUM EDITION is 2 games in 1.  The frontside has vs. Lefty/Righty color-coded player ratings while the backside vs. Overall player ratings plus 21 statistical categories on batter cards and 21 statistical categories on pitcher cards.  Team rosters contain up to 28 players (16 position players, 12 pitchers).  Each full player card is easy on the eyes and size at 3 1/2" X 5".

    STANDARD EDITION frontside has color-coded player ratings vs. Overall plus 21 statistical categories on batter cards and 21 statistical categories on pitcher cards. The backside has Baseball Classics full color playing card logo. Team rosters contain up to 24 players (15 position players, 9 pitchers). Each full player card is easy on the eyes and size at 3 1/2" X 5".

    • Game play is fast and furious with real-time action, including base stealing, weather factors, double plays, hit-and-runs, and more
    • 3 game play levels: Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced for ages 8 to adult
    • Play solo or against an opponent managing each team, use Real-Time GM Advisor to help making strategic decisions such as who to start in the lineup, who to pitch in the game, and when to make substitutions
    • Optionally play using Real-Time Pitching with foul balls, balls, swinging strikes, called strikes, or when contact is made and the ball is put into play
    • Includes everything you need to play!
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