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The New York Yankees have won at least one World Series title every year since 1964, except for 1978 when they finished second to the Philadelphia Phillies. The Bronx Bombers are considered by many to be one of the greatest sports franchises in history, if not the greatest franchise in American sports.
Their record is 691-431 (.575). They have played in 22 World Series and have 12 World Series wins. Their overall winning percentage is.620 (1210-190).
In addition to their six World Series titles, the Yankees have also won 27 American League (AL) championships including five in a row from 1998-2002. They have appeared in more than 1,000 games and have a regular season record of 853-449-1 (.574).
In January 2009, then-Yankees manager Joe Torre announced that he was stepping down after six seasons at the helm. His final record was 572-480 (.549). Torre led the team to its sixth World Series title in 2009.
2020. They have not played in any postseason games since then.
The Chicago Cubs are one of the most successful professional sports teams in America. The Cubs have only won 95 games once in the past 10 seasons. But they still draw a large audience online and across Illinois-Indiana-Wisconsin when they make the news. Here's a list of all the major headlines to come out of Chicago's favorite team over the last year:
May 2019. Head coach Joe Maddon announces he will be leaving the Cubs after three seasons to become manager of the Tampa Bay Rays.
April 2019. The Cubs fire their general manager, Theo Epstein, after he signs Mark Cuban as a minority owner.
March 2019. After missing the playoffs for the fourth straight season, CEO Tom Ricketts tells reporters that the team is "not meaningful anymore" and should be sold.
February 2019. Before the start of the season, actor Paul Newman joins the team as a special assistant to the president. He does not play baseball but instead works with the management team to find new fans through social media.
Team Pitching Year by Year
1960. The Pittsburgh Pirates defeated the New York Yankees in seven games to win their first World Series title.
The Yankees had a three game lead over the Pirates with just one game left to play when starter Bob Friend gave up eight runs in the first inning of his game vs. the Bucs. The Yankees lost this game and the series 4-1/2 hours after it began on October 16, 1960. The Pirates' Larry Jackson hit a two-run home run off Friend in the first inning to give his team a quick 2-0 lead. The Yankees came back to tie the game in the third when Roger Maris hit a ball that was estimated at 105 mph (166 kph) off the bat! But the Pirates scored two more times in the inning to take a 4-2 lead. In the seventh, Jackson hit another two-run shot to make it 6-4 Pirates. The Yankees got one last chance to win the game in the ninth but pinch hitter Tom Tresh was thrown out at home trying to score from second base on a double by Johnny Schmitz to end the game 7-4 Pirates.
The New York Islanders defeated the Philadelphia Flyers in the Conference Semi-Finals in 2020. When was the last time the Islanders were defeated in a playoff series? The New York Islanders fell in the Conference Finals against the Tampa Bay Lightning in 2020. The Islanders have won how many Stanley Cups?
New York Islander fans are famous for their loyalty and support. The Islanders have won three consecutive Stanley Cup championships, and they're still popular today!
In 1975, the NHL granted an expansion team to Buffalo, New York, which is now known as The Buffalo Sabres. Before this change, the Islanders had no affiliation with any other hockey team. The new Islanders played their first season in Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, which at the time was not ready for play due to construction issues. The team enjoyed success right from the start, finishing first in their division and making the playoffs each year they played. In 1980, the Islanders made their first postseason appearance since joining the league, but they were defeated by the Montreal Canadiens in the Quarter-finals.
In 1983, the Islanders made another trip to the playoffs, this time defeating the Boston Bruins in the Preliminary Round before being eliminated by the Edmonton Oilers in the Conference Finals.
In 1984, the Islanders returned again to the playoffs for the third straight year, this time advancing all the way to the Stanley Cup Finals, where they faced off against the Chicago Blackhawks.
|Chicago White Sox|
|World Series titles (3)||1906 1917 2005|
|AL Pennants (6)||1901 1906 1917 1919 1959 2005|
|Division titles (5)||West: 1983 1993 Central: 2000 2005 2008|
|Wild card berths (1)||2020|