Read the Season Recaps and learn what happened in each baseball season since 1901.
The 1914 baseball season belonged to the Boston Braves, who rose from last place in July to a pennant in the fall. Starting the season with a 4-18 record and without injured shortstop Rabbit Maranville, manager George Stallings saw his team unite by midsummer.
The 1915 baseball season saw the end of the Federal League and Babe Ruth's first homer, as well as another World Series between Boston and Philadelphia. See all the highlights including the 1915 World Series.
The 1911 baseball season showcased the legendary Ty Cobb among many other players. Both leagues used the lively, cork-centered ball throughout the season, bringing at least a holiday from the dead-ball era while pitchers were put on the defensive.
At the end of the 1908 baseball season, the Cubs won the World Series -- their last in almost 100 years. Learn all about the 1908 baseball season.
Capping the 1909 baseball season, the Pittsburgh Pirates won the most exciting World Series to date. Learn more about the 1909 baseball season.
The 1906 baseball season saw the first one-city World Series. Over the next 83 years, there would be 14 more -- 13 played in New York. But the 1906 World Series was the first, last, and only all-Chicago affair.
During the 1904 baseball season, supporters enjoyed the first of many Boston vs. New York pennant races. Learn more about the 1904 baseball season.
Batting averages were low and ERAs were high during the 1905 baseball season. Get the statistics and highlights for the lackluster 1905 baseball season here.
In the 1901 baseball season, for the first time in a decade, there were two major leagues. Two years were to pass before they learned to coexist peacefully. In the meantime, it was all-out war. Read more about the 1901 season.
During the 1902 baseball season, the feud between the National League and the American league began to boil over. Find out what happenedâ¦
After the 1903 baseball season, the two first-place clubs played what would become known as the World Series. Learn more about the 1903 season.
The 2003 baseball season featured the Florida Marlins winning the World Series over the Yankees -- despite the hopes of fans of the long-absent Chicago Cubs and Boston Red Sox. Learn more highlights, league leaders, and statistics from the 2003 baseball season.
The 1955 baseball season saw the Brooklyn Dodgers nip the Yanks in seven tough games to win it all. Revisit the 1955 Baseball season with this season recap full of highlights and the biggest headlines.
The Boston Red Sox took home the 2004 World Series championship over the St. Louis Cardinals -- their first World Series since 1918, when they had Babe Ruth on the squad. Learn more about the 2004 baseball season.
The New York Yankees and New York Mets met in the popular Subway Series at the end of the 2000 baseball season. Popular, at least, if you lived in New York and not in a beleaguered small market franchise. Learn more about the 2000 baseball season.
Several major milestones arrived in 1985, such as Nolan Ryan's 4000th strikeout, Rod Carew's 300th hit, and Tom Seaver and Phil Niekro both earning their 300th win. Learn more about the 1985 baseball season.
The last games of the 2002 season featured a well-rounded and well-supported Anaheim Angels besting Barry Bonds and the San Francisco Giants to win the World Series. Learn more highlights, league leaders, and statistics of the 2002 season.
Orel Hershiser was a standout pitcher in 1988, with his amazing streak of 59 scoreless innings. The 1988 baseball season featured a World Series match between the underdog Dodgers and the mighty A's. Learn about the 1988 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.
During the 1994 baseball season, both major leagues shut down when the players went on strike. Learn more about the 1994 baseball season.
Much to the dismay of baseball fans, the 1981 baseball season is best remembered for the ten-week players' strike that canceled 713 games and ushered in the unpopular split-season format. Learn more about the 1981 baseball season.
The year of Jackie Robinson and also the year of the first televised World Series -- this was 1947. Robinson debuted with the Brooklyn Dodgers and earned Rookie of the Year for his performance. Learn more about the 1947 baseball season.
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.
Willie Stargell led the Pittsburgh Pirates to victory during the 1979 baseball season. The Pirates were also known for their wide variety of uniform options -- 64 possible combinations of caps and jerseys. Learn more about the 1979 baseball season.
The Philadelphia Phillies, with the help of superstar Mike Schmidt and dominating pitcher Steve Carlton, won their first World Series in history during the 1980 baseball season. Read more about the 1980 baseball season.