In the 1990s baseball came to a halt with a strike in 1994, but the decade was owned by the Atlanta Braves winning their division 8 out of the 10 years.
The 1999 baseball season featured the New York Yankees winning their 25th World Series -- their third in four years -- despite the arrest of Darryl Strawberry and weak season from Andy Pettitte and Roger Clemens. Learn more about the 1999 baseball season.
The biggest World Series upset since 1969 came during the 1990 baseball season, when the Cincinnati Reds swept the impressive Oakland A's squad. Learn more highlights and stories from the 1990 baseball season.
The 1991 baseball season saw the last-place Minnesota Twins and the bottom-dwelling Atlanta Braves of 1990 at the top their divisions -- a feat not seen since the year1890. See the highlights including the 1991 World Series.
The 1992 baseball season saw the first World Championship team from outside the United States: the Blue Jays of Toronto, Canada winning over the Atlanta Braves. Learn more of the highlights and lowlights of the 1992 baseball season.
When the Giants procured Barry Bonds, the 1992 National League MVP, from the Pirates as a $43 million free agent, Candlestick Park, the Giants' much maligned home, suddenly became a hot ticket.
During the 1994 baseball season, both major leagues shut down when the players went on strike. Learn more about the 1994 baseball season.
The unresolved baseball strike delayed the start of the 1995 baseball season, but the Atlanta Braves pulled out a crisp World Series Championship over the Cleveland Indians. See all the highlights including the 1995 World Series.
The 1996 baseball season featured the New York Yankees winning the World Series and a near walk-out of the crucial umpire staff. Learn more about the 1996 baseball season and the leaders in hitting and pitching.
Although the team was brand-new only 4 years earlier, 1997 baseball season featured the unlikely and relatively young Florida Marlins winning the World Series. Learn more about the 1997 baseball season.
The main talk of the summer was the home run race between Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa. The 1998 baseball season ended with the dominant New York Yankees winning the World Series. Learn more about the 1998 baseball season.