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[Major League Baseball(MLB)]




Founded : 1869

 Number of teams : 30

Most Championships : New York Yankees (27 titles)






[American League : 15 Teams]


American League


Founded : January 28, 1901

 Number of teams : 15

Most Championships : New York Yankees (40 titles)



<East Division>


Baltimore Orioles

(The O's, The Birds, Oreo's)

※ Milwaukee Brewers(1901) → St. Louis Browns(1902~1953)


          


1901 / Baltimore, Maryland(1954~) / Oriole Park at Camden Yards(1992~present)

※ Borchert Field; Milwaukee(1894), Lloyd Street Grounds; Milwaukee(1895~1901), Sportsman's Park; St. Louis(1902~1953), Memorial Stadium (1954~1991)

※ World Series titles(3): 1966, 1970, 1983






Boston Red Sox

(The Sox, The BoSox, The Olde Towne Team)

 Boston Americans(1901~1907)


          


1901 / Boston, Massachusetts / Fenway Park(1912~present)

※ Huntington Avenue Grounds(1901~1911)

※ World Series titles(8): 1903, 1912, 1915, 1916, 1918, 2004, 2007, 2013






New York Yankees

(The Bronx Bombers, The Yanks, The Pinstripers)

 New York Highlanders(1903~1912)


          


1903 / New York, Massachusetts(1903~) / Yankee Stadium II(2009~present)

※ Hilltop Park(1903~1912)Polo Grounds IV(1913~1922), Yankee Stadium I(1923~1973), Shea Stadium(1974~1975), Yankee Stadium I(1976~2008)

※ World Series titles(27): 

1923, 1927, 1928, 1932, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1941, 1943,

1947, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1956, 1958, 1961, 1962,

1977, 1978, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2009






Tampa Bay Rays

(D-Rays)

 Tampa Bay Devil Rays(1998~2007) 


          


1998 / St. Petersburg, Florida / Tropicana Field(1998~present)

※ World Series titles(0): none






Toronto Blue Jays

(The Jays)


          


1977 / Toronto, Ontario, Canada / Rogers Centre(1989~present)

※ Exhibition Stadium(1977~1989)

※ World Series titles(2): 1992, 1993










<Central Division>


Chicago White Sox

(The Sox, The ChiSox, The South Siders, The Pale Hose)

 Sioux City Cornhuskers(1894) → St. Paul Saints(1895~1899)  White Stockings(1900~1903)


          


1894 / Chicago, Illinois(1900~) / U.S. Cellular Field(1991~present)

※ South Side Park III(1900~1910), Comiskey Park(1910~1990)

※ World Series titles(3): 1906, 1917, 2005






Cleveland Indians

(The Tribe, The Wahoos)

 Grand Rapids Rustlers(1894~1899)(WL)  Cleveland Lake Shores(1900)(WL)  Cleveland Bluebirds(1901)  Cleveland Broncos(1902)  Cleveland Naps(1903~1914)


Cleveland Indians logo          


1894 / Cleveland, Ohio / Progressive Field(1994~present)

※ League Park(1900~1946), Cleveland Stadium(1934~1993)

※ World Series titles(2): 1920, 1948






Detroit Tigers

(The Tigs, The Bengals, The Motor City Kitties, The Bless You Boys)


          


1894 / Detroit, Michigan / Comerica Park(2000~present)

※ Boulevard Park(1894~1895), Bennett Park(1896~1911), Tiger Stadium(1912~1999)

※ World Series titles(4): 1935, 1945, 1968, 1984






Kansas City Royals

(The Big Blue Bus, The Boys in Blue)


          


1969 / Kansas City, Missouri / Kauffman Stadium(1973~present)

※ Municipal Stadium(1969~1972)

※ World Series titles(1): 1985






Minnesota Twins

(Twinkies)


          


1901 / Minneapolis, Minnesota(1961~) / Target Field(2010~present)

※ American League Park(1901~1902), National Park(1903~1910), Griffith Stadium(1911~1960), Metropolitan Stadium(1961~1981), Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome(1982~2009)

※ World Series titles(3): 1924, 1987, 1991









<West Division>


Houston Astros

(Stros)

 Houston Colt .45s (1962~1964) → Houston Astros(1965~present)


          


1962 /  Houston, Texas / Minute Maid Park(2000~present)

※ Colt Stadium(1962~1964), Astrodome(1965~1999)

※ World Series titles(0): none






Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

(The Halos)

※ Los Angeles Angels(1961~1964)  California Angels(1965~1996)  Anaheim Angels(1997~2004)


          

1961 / Anaheim, California(1966~) / Angel Stadium of Anaheim(1966~present)

※ Wrigley Field in LA(1961), Chavez Ravine(1962~1965)

※ World Series titles(1): 2002






Oakland Athletics

(The A's, The Swingin' A's, The White Elephants, The Elephants, The Green and Gold)

※ Philadelphia Athletics(1901~1954) → Kansas City Athletics(1955~1967)


          


1901 / Oakland, California(1968~) / O.co Coliseum(1968~present)

※ Columbia Park(1901~1908), Shibe Park (1909~1954)Municipal Stadium (Kansas City) (1955~1967)

※ World Series titles(9): 1910, 1911, 1913, 1929, 1930, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1989






Seattle Mariners

(The M's)


          


1977 / Seattle, Washington / Safeco Field(1999~present)

※ Kingdome(1977~1999)

※ World Series titles(0): none






Texas Rangers

※ Washington Senators(1961~1971→ Texas Rangers(1972~present)


          


1961 / Arlington, Texas(1972~) / Rangers Ballpark in Arlington(2006~present)

※ Griffith Stadium(1961), RFK Stadium(1962~1971), Arlington Stadium(1972~1993)

※ World Series titles(0): none








[National League : 15 Teams]



Founded : February 2, 1876

 Number of teams : 15

Most Championships : New York/San Francisco Giants (22 titles)



<East Division>


Atlanta Braves

(The Bravos, The Team of the 90s, America's Team)

 Boston Red Stockings(1871~1882), Boston Beaneaters(1883~1906), Boston Doves(1907~1910), Boston Rustlers(1911), Boston Braves(1912~1935), Boston Bees(1936~1940), Boston Braves(1941~1952), Milwaukee Braves(1953~1965)


          


1871 / Atlanta, Georgia(1966~) / Turner Field(1997~present)

 South End Grounds(1871~1894), Congress Street Grounds(1894), South End Grounds(1894~1914), Fenway Park(1914~1915), Braves Field(1915~1952), Milwaukee County Stadium(1953~1965), Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium(1966~1996)

※ World Series titles(3): 1914, 1957, 1995






Miami Marlins

(The Fish, The Fightin' Fish, Miracle Marlins, Rainbow Fish)

※ Florida Marlins(1993~2011) → Miami Marlins(2012~present)


          


1993 / Miami, Florida / Marlins Park(2012~present)

※ Sun Life Stadium(1993~2011)

※ World Series titles(2): 1997, 2003






New York Mets

(The Amazin's, The Metropolitans, The Miracle Mets)



          


1962 / Queens, New York, NY(1903~) / Citi Field(2009~present)

※ Polo Grounds(1962~1963), Shea Stadium(1964~2008)

※ World Series titles(2): 1969, 1986






Philadelphia Phillies

(Phils, The Fightin' Phils, The Fightin's)

※ Philadelphia Quakers(1883~1889) → Philadelphia Phillies(1889~present)



          


1883 / Philadelphia, Pennsylvania / Citizens Bank Park

※ Recreation Park(1883~1886), Baker Bowl(1887~1938), Connie Mack Stadium(1927, 1938~1970), Veterans Stadium(1971~2003)

※ World Series titles(2): 1980, 2008






Washington Nationals

(The Jays)

※ Montreal Expos(1969~2004)


          


1969 / Washington, D.C.(2005~) / Nationals Park(2008~present)

※ Jarry Park Stadium(1969~1976), Olympic Stadium(1977~2004), Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium(2005~2007)

※ World Series titles(0): none










<Central Division>


Chicago Cubs

(The Cubbies, the North Siders, the Boys in Blue, the Loveable Losers)

Chicago White Stockings(1870~1871, 1874~1889) → Chicago Colts(1890~1897) → Chicago Orphans(1898~1902)


          


1870 / Chicago, Illinois / Wrigley Field(1916~present)

※ World Series titles(2): 1907, 1908






Cincinnati Reds

(Big Red Machine)

Cincinnati Red Stockings (1882~1889) → Cincinnati Reds (1890~1953) → Cincinnati Redlegs (1954~1959) → Cincinnati Reds (1960–present)


          


1901 / Cincinnati,Ohio / Great American Ball Park(2003~present)

※ World Series titles(5): 1919, 1940, 1975, 1976, 1990






Milwaukee Brewers

(The Blue Brew Crew)

Seattle Pilots (1969) → Milwukee Brewers (1970~present)


          


1969 / Milwaukee, Wisconsin(1970~) / Miller Park(2001~present)

※ World Series titles(0): none






Pittsburgh Pirates

(The Bucs, The Buccos, The Black and Gold)

Pittsburgh Alleghenys (1887~1890) → Pittsburg Pirates (1891~1911) → Pittsburgh Pirates (1912~present)


          


1887 / Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania / PNC Park(2001~present)

※ World Series titles(5): 1909, 1925, 1960, 1971, 1979






St. Louis Cardinals

(The Cards, The Redbirds, The Birds)

St. Louis Brown Stockings (1882) → St. Louis Browns(1883~1898) → St. Louis Perfectos(1899) → St. Louis Cardinals (1900~present)


          


1982 / St. Louis, Missouri / Busch Stadium Ⅲ(2006~present)

※ World Series titles(11): 1926, 1931, 1934, 1942, 1944, 1946, 1964, 1967, 1982, 2006, 2011









<West Division>


Arizona Diamondbacks

(The D-backs, The Snakes, The Rattlesnakes)


          


1998 / Phoenix, Arizona / Chase Field(1998~present)

※ World Series titles(1): 2001






Colorado Rockies

(The Rox, The Blake Street Bombers)


          


1993 / Denver, Colorado / Coors Field(1995~present)

※ World Series titles(0): none






Los Angeles Dodgers

(The Boys in Blue, The Blue Crew, The Bums, Los Doyers)

Brooklyn Atlantics(1884) → Brooklyn Grays(1885~1887) → Brooklyn Bridegrooms(1888~1890) → Brooklyn Grooms(1891~1895) → Brooklyn Bridegrooms(1896~1898) → Brooklyn Superbas(1899~1910) → Brooklyn Trolley Dodgers(1911~1912) → Brooklyn Superbas(1913) → Brooklyn Robins(1914~1931) → Brooklyn Dodgers(1932~1957) → Los Angeles Dodgers(1958~present)


          


1883 / Los Angeles, California(1958~) / Dodger Stadium(1962~present)

※ World Series titles(6): 1955, 1959, 1963, 1965, 1981, 1988






San Diego Padres

(The Pads, The Friars)


          


1969 / San Diego, California / Petco Park(2004~present)

※ World Series titles(0): none






San Francisco Giants

(The Orange and Black, Los Gigantes, The G-Men, The Jints, The Gyros, The Boys from the Bay)

New York Gothams(1883~1885) → New York Giants(1886~1957) → San Francisco Giants(1958~present)


          


1883 / San Francisco, California(1958~) / AT&T Park(2000~present)

※ World Series titles(8): 1905, 1921, 1922, 1933, 1954, 2010, 2012, 2014








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