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(Reuters) - List of winners in Major League Baseball's World Series:

2020 - Los Angeles Dodgers 4, Tampa Bay Rays 2

2019 - Washington Nationals 4, Houston Astros 3

2018 - Boston Red Sox 4, Los Angeles Dodgers 1

2017 - Houston Astros 4, Los Angeles Dodgers 3

2016 - Chicago Cubs 4, Cleveland Indians 3

2015 - Kansas City Royals 4, New York Mets 1

2014 - San Francisco Giants 4, Kansas City Royals 3

2013 - Boston Red Sox 4, St.

Louis Cardinals 2

2012 - San Francisco Giants 4, Detroit Tigers 0

2011 - St. Louis Cardinals 4, Texas Rangers 3

2010 - San Francisco Giants 4, Texas Rangers 1

2009 - New York Yankees 4, Philadelphia Phillies 2

2008 - Philadelphia Phillies 4, Tampa Bay Rays 1

2007 - Boston Red Sox 4, Colorado Rockies 0

2006 - St. Louis Cardinals 4, Detroit Tigers 1

2005 - Chicago White Sox 4, Houston Astros 0

2004 - Boston Red Sox 4, St. Louis Cardinals 0

2003 - Florida Marlins 4, New York Yankees 2

2002 - Anaheim Angels 4, San Francisco Giants 3

2001 - Arizona Diamondbacks 4, New York Yankees 3

2000 - New York Yankees 4, New York Mets 1

1999 - New York Yankees 4, Atlanta Braves 0

1998 - New York Yankees 4, San Diego Padres 0

1997 - Florida Marlins 4, Cleveland Indians 3

1996 - New York Yankees 4, Atlanta Braves 2

1995 - Atlanta Braves 4, Cleveland Indians 2

1994 - Not held

1993 - Toronto Blue Jays 4, Philadelphia Phillies 2

1992 - Toronto Blue Jays 4, Atlanta Braves 2

1991 - Minnesota Twins 4, Atlanta Braves 3

1990 - Cincinnati Reds 4, Oakland Athletics 0

1989 - Oakland Athletics 4, San Francisco Giants 0

1988 - Los Angeles Dodgers 4, Oakland Athletics 1

1987 - Minnesota Twins 4, St. Louis Cardinals 3

1986 - New York Mets 4, Boston Red Sox 3

1985 - Kansas City Royals 4, St. Louis Cardinals 3

1984 - Detroit Tigers 4, San Diego Padres 1

1983 - Baltimore Orioles 4, Philadelphia Phillies 1

1982 - St. Louis Cardinals 4, Milwaukee Brewers 3

1981 - Los Angeles Dodgers 4, New York Yankees 2

1980 - Philadelphia Phillies 4, Kansas City Royals 2

1979 - Pittsburgh Pirates 4, Baltimore Orioles 3

1978 - New York Yankees 4, Los Angeles Dodgers 2

1977 - New York Yankees 4, Los Angeles Dodgers 2

1976 - Cincinnati Reds 4, New York Yankees 0

1975 - Cincinnati Reds 4, Boston Red Sox 3

1974 - Oakland Athletics 4, Los Angeles Dodgers 1

1973 - Oakland Athletics 4, New York Mets 3

1972 - Oakland Athletics 4, Cincinnati Reds 3

1971 - Pittsburgh Pirates 4, Baltimore Orioles 3

1970 - Baltimore Orioles 4, Cincinnati Reds 1

1969 - New York Mets 4, Baltimore Orioles 1

1968 - Detroit Tigers 4, St. Louis Cardinals 3

1967 - St. Louis Cardinals 4, Boston Red Sox 3

1966 - Baltimore Orioles 4, Los Angeles Dodgers 0

1965 - Los Angeles Dodgers 4, Minnesota Twins 3

1964 - St. Louis Cardinals 4, New York Yankees 3

1963 - Los Angeles Dodgers 4, New York Yankees 0

1962 - New York Yankees 4, San Francisco Giants 3

1961 - New York Yankees 4, Cincinnati Reds 1

1960 - Pittsburgh Pirates 4, New York Yankees 3

1959 - Los Angeles Dodgers 4, Chicago White Sox 2

1958 - New York Yankees 4, Milwaukee Braves 3

1957 - Milwaukee Braves 4, New York Yankees 3

1956 - New York Yankees 4, Brooklyn Dodgers 3

1955 - Brooklyn Dodgers 4, New York Yankees 3

1954 - New York Giants 4, Cleveland Indians 0

1953 - New York Yankees 4, Brooklyn Dodgers 2

1952 - New York Yankees 4, Brooklyn Dodgers 3

1951 - New York Yankees 4, New York Giants 2

1950 - New York Yankees 4, Philadelphia Phillies 0

1949 - New York Yankees 4, Brooklyn Dodgers 1

1948 - Cleveland Indians 4, Boston Braves 2

1947 - New York Yankees 4, Brooklyn Dodgers 3

1946 - St. Louis Cardinals 4, Boston Red Sox 3

1945 - Detroit Tigers 4, Chicago Cubs 3

1944 - St. Louis Cardinals 4, St. Louis Browns 2

1943 - New York Yankees 4, St. Louis Cardinals 1

1942 - St. Louis Cardinals 4, New York Yankees 1

1941 - New York Yankees 4, Brooklyn Dodgers 1

1940 - Cincinnati Reds 4, Detroit Tigers 3

1939 - New York Yankees 4, Cincinnati Reds 0

1938 - New York Yankees 4, Chicago Cubs 0

1937 - New York Yankees 4, New York Giants 1

1936 - New York Yankees 4, New York Giants 2

1935 - Detroit Tigers 4, Chicago Cubs 2

1934 - St. Louis Cardinals 4, Detroit Tigers 3

1933 - New York Giants 4, Washington Senators 1

1932 - New York Yankees 4, Chicago Cubs 0

1931 - St. Louis Cardinals 4, Philadelphia Athletics 3

1930 - Philadelphia Athletics 4, St. Louis Cardinals 2

1929 - Philadelphia Athletics 4, Chicago Cubs 1

1928 - New York Yankees 4, St. Louis Cardinals 0

1927 - New York Yankees 4, Pittsburgh Pirates 0

1926 - St. Louis Cardinals 4, New York Yankees 3

1925 - Pittsburgh Pirates 4, Washington Senators 3

1924 - Washington Senators 4, New York Giants 3

1923 - New York Yankees 4, New York Giants 2

1922 - New York Giants 4, New York Yankees 0 (one tie)

1921 - New York Giants 5, New York Yankees 3

1920 - Cleveland Indians 5, Brooklyn Robins 2

1919 - Cincinnati Reds 5, Chicago White Sox 3

1918 - Boston Red Sox 4, Chicago Cubs 2

1917 - Chicago White Sox 4, New York Giants 2

1916 - Boston Red Sox 4, Brooklyn Robins 1

1915 - Boston Red Sox 4, Philadelphia Phillies 1

1914 - Boston Braves 4, Philadelphia Athletics 0

1913 - Philadelphia Athletics 4, New York Giants 1

1912 - Boston Red Sox 4, New York Giants 3 (one tie)

1911 - Philadelphia Athletics 4, New York Giants 2

1910 - Philadelphia Athletics 4, Chicago Cubs 1

1909 - Pittsburgh Pirates 4, Detroit Tigers 3

1908 - Chicago Cubs 4, Detroit Tigers 1

1907 - Chicago Cubs 4, Detroit Tigers 0 (one tie)

1906 - Chicago White Sox 4, Chicago Cubs 2

1905 - New York Giants 4, Philadelphia Athletics 1

1904 - Not held

1903 - Boston Americans 5, Pittsburgh Pirates 3

(Editing by Frank Pingue; Editing by Clarence Fernandez)

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Lenyn Sosa aims to help the Chicago White Sox at shortstop with Tim Anderson out: You have to do some damage

Lenyn Sosa expected a fastball.

But when Kansas City Royals starter Jonathan Heasley threw him a curveball on a 1-1 pitch in the third inning Tuesday at Kauffman Stadium, Sosa quickly reacted.

The result: a 428-foot home run, the first of his major-league career.

The Chicago White Sox recalled the infielder from Triple-A Charlotte on Sunday, and he had two hits during his first action since returning in Game 2 of Tuesday’s doubleheader, helping the Sox to a 3-2 victory.

“Since the moment they told me I was coming here, I was really focused on doing everything in my power to help this team,” Sosa said through an interpreter after the game. “(Tuesday) was one of those days. That’s what I’m planning to do — try to help this team as much as I can.”

The Sox will need the contributions as they try to navigate the next few weeks without shortstop Tim Anderson. The two-time All-Star went on the 10-day injured list Tuesday with a sagittal band tear on the middle finger of his left hand. He will undergo surgery Thursday and is expected to miss about six weeks.

Sosa played second base Tuesday and started at shortstop Wednesday against the Royals. He also has experience in the minors at third base.

“Between those three positions, my favorite is shortstop,” Sosa said. “I’m going to do my best at whatever position they ask me to play.”

Sosa’s homer went to left-center, his single in the fifth went to center and he lined out to right in the seventh. Sox manager Tony La Russa said the game served as an example of what made Sosa so successful in the minors.

“The reports we were getting when he was playing in the minor leagues, that’s how he was hitting .300, using all fields,” La Russa said. “Very impressive. Anybody that hits a home run and gets a hit and injects energy in our club, because we’re looking for runs, the fact that he gets called up in a tough situation and produces, that’s more impressive.

“Anybody who does something like he did is going to help our club. Can’t give him enough credit. But that’s exactly how he was described from all the guys who have been watching him.”

Sosa combined to hit .316/.367/.512 (110-348) with 16 doubles, two triples, 16 home runs, 58 RBIs and 57 runs in 85 games this season with Double-A Birmingham and Charlotte. He appeared in four games with the Sox from June 23-27, going 1-for-12 with a double and two runs.

“For my first experience (in the majors) I learned that you have to be patient here and I learned to execute,” Sosa said. “You can’t let mistakes happen. “ou have to be ready to take advantage of every single mistake. You can’t let those pitches in the middle just land there. You have to do some damage.”

After playing second in each of his appearances during his first stint with the Sox, Sosa made his first big-league start at shortstop Wednesday. Leury García, who is slashing .211/.237/.274 in 79 games, started at short in both games of Tuesday’s doubleheader. La Russa mentioned Garcia has been dealing with hip and back soreness.

“We’re going to watch it closely,” La Russa said before Wednesday’s game. “He was getting treatment (Wednesday). I’m thinking he can play (Thursday) afternoon, but if he’s sore, won’t play him. But that means maybe (third baseman Yoán) Moncada has to play four (games).

“So you do stuff (with the lineup) in pencil and just have to watch. But the point is well taken because we are in this long string of games and you have to figure where a guy like Leury is going to have a day (off).”

Since 2020, the Sox are 145-106 when Anderson is in the starting lineup and 39-42 when he is not. And he often has set the tone at the top of the order.

Outfielder AJ Pollock led off for the Sox while Anderson served a two-game suspension and remained there for the second game of the doubleheader. He fouled a ball off his foot Tuesday and got a breather Wednesday. La Russa inserted second baseman Josh Harrison into the leadoff spot Wednesday.

Pollock is hitting .381/.418/.556 with two homers and nine RBIs in 14 games as the leadoff batter this season.

“Pollock has been good (and) when he’s not there, Josh has got experience and that’s one of the things,” La Russa said when discussing leadoff options. “(You) look what other guys can bring. As much potential as (Luis) Robert and (Eloy) Jiménez have (in the No. 2 and 3 spots), you really want to have somebody that’s a threat. Because (the other team is) going to see Robert on deck and say, ‘Whoa, be careful,’ and it works to your advantage.”

Sosa led off in one of his five starts, June 25 against the Baltimore Orioles. He has been in the No. 9 spot the rest of the time.

“He’s not deer in the headlights,” La Russa said. “He’s had enough success this year, so it’s a good time to get a shot. And the better he does the more he plays. There’s an opportunity here.”

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