List of American League pennant winners

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The 1926 New York Yankees were one of 40 pennant-winning teams in the Yankees history. The Yankees have won more than twice as many pennants as any other American League franchise.

Each season in Major League Baseball (MLB), one American League (AL) team wins the pennant, signifying that they are the league's champion and have the right to play in the World Series. The pennant was presented to the team with the best win–loss record each year through the 1968 season,[1] after which the American League Championship Series (ALCS) was introduced to decide the pennant winner.[2] The first modern World Series was played in 1903 and, after a hiatus in 1904, has taken place in every season since except 1994,[2] when a players' strike forced the cancellation of the postseason.[3] The current American League pennant holders are the Boston Red Sox, who won their thirteenth pennant in October 2013.

In 1969, the league split into two divisions,[4] and the teams with the best records in each division played one another in the five-game ALCS to determine the pennant winner, who received (and continues to receive) the William Harridge Trophy.[5] The trophy features a golden eagle, the league's emblem, sitting atop a silver baseball and clutching the American League banner.[6] The trophy is named for Will Harridge, who was league president from 1931 to 1958.[7] The format of the ALCS was changed from a best-of-five to a best-of-seven format in the 1985 postseason.[8] In 1995, an additional playoff series was added when Major League Baseball restructured into three divisions in each league.[9] As of 2010, the winners of the Eastern, Central, and Western Divisions, as well as the AL Wild Card winner, play in the American League Division Series, a best-of-five playoff to determine the opponents who will play in the ALCS.[10] American League pennant winners have gone on to win the World Series 60 times, most recently in 2009.

The New York Yankees have won 40 AL pennants,[11] winning their first in 1921 and their most recent in 2009.[12] This total is more than twice that of the next-closest team, the Oakland Athletics, who have won 15.[13] They are followed by the Boston Red Sox and the Detroit Tigers, with 12 and 11 pennants won respectively.[14][15] The Yankees have the most pennants since the introduction of the ALCS in 1969 with 11, followed by the Athletics and the Baltimore Orioles with 6 and 5 respectively. The Yankees also hold the record for most wins by a pennant-winning team, with their 1998 team winning 114 out of 162 games,[16] finishing 22 games ahead of the Boston Red Sox.[17] The 1954 Cleveland Indians won the most games of any pennant winner under the pre-1969 system, winning 111 out of their 154 games[18] and finishing eight games ahead of the Yankees.[19] The Milwaukee Brewers won the American League pennant in 1982 but later moved to the National League starting in the 1998 season.[20]

Key[edit]

Year Links to the corresponding "Major League Baseball season" article
Team Links to the corresponding year in which the team played
Record Regular season win–loss record
GA Games ahead of the second-place team (1901–1968)
Ahead of The second-place team (1901–1968)
WW Wins by the winning team (ALCS era)
LW Wins by the losing team (ALCS era)
Ref Reference
Won World Series (modern era only)
E American League East division member (1969–present)
C American League Central division member (1995–present)
W American League West division member (1969–present)
Wild card team (1995–present)

1901–1968[edit]

Two men stand in front of a crowd shaking hands. The man on the left of the photo is wearing a tan suit and hat and the man on the right is wearing a light-colored pinstriped baseball uniform.
President Calvin Coolidge shakes hands with Washington Senators pitcher Walter Johnson celebrating the Senators' 1924 American League pennant, one of three won by the franchise while in Washington.
Year Team Record GA Ahead of Ref
1901 Chicago White Stockings 83–53 4 Boston Americans [21]
1902 Philadelphia Athletics 83–53 5 St. Louis Browns [22]
1903 Boston Americans 91–47 14½ Philadelphia Athletics [23]
1904 Boston Americans 95–59 New York Highlanders [24]
1905 Philadelphia Athletics 92–56 2 Chicago White Sox [25]
1906 Chicago White Sox 93–58 3 New York Highlanders [26]
1907 Detroit Tigers 92–58 Philadelphia Athletics [27]
1908 Detroit Tigers 90–63 ½ Cleveland Naps [28]
1909 Detroit Tigers 98–54 Philadelphia Athletics [29]
1910 Philadelphia Athletics 102–48 14½ New York Highlanders [30]
1911 Philadelphia Athletics 101–50 13½ Detroit Tigers [31]
1912 Boston Red Sox 105–47 14 Washington Senators [32]
1913 Philadelphia Athletics 96–57 Washington Senators [33]
1914 Philadelphia Athletics 99–53 Boston Red Sox [34]
1915 Boston Red Sox 101–50 Detroit Tigers [35]
1916 Boston Red Sox 91–63 2 Chicago White Sox [36]
1917 Chicago White Sox 100–54 9 Boston Red Sox [37]
1918 Boston Red Sox 75–51 Cleveland Indians [38]
1919 Chicago White Sox 88–52 Cleveland Indians [39]
1920 Cleveland Indians 98–56 2 Chicago White Sox [40]
1921 New York Yankees 98–55 Cleveland Indians [41]
1922 New York Yankees 94–60 1 St. Louis Browns [42]
1923 New York Yankees 98–54 16 Detroit Tigers [43]
1924 Washington Senators 92–62 2 New York Yankees [44]
1925 Washington Senators 96–55 Philadelphia Athletics [45]
1926 New York Yankees 91–63 3 Cleveland Indians [46]
1927 New York Yankees 110–44 19 Philadelphia Athletics [47]
1928 New York Yankees 101–53 Philadelphia Athletics [48]
1929 Philadelphia Athletics 104–46 18 New York Yankees [49]
1930 Philadelphia Athletics 102–52 8 Washington Senators [50]
1931 Philadelphia Athletics 107–45 13½ New York Yankees [51]
1932 New York Yankees 107–47 13 Philadelphia Athletics [52]
1933 Washington Senators 99–53 7 New York Yankees [53]
1934 Detroit Tigers 101–53 7 New York Yankees [54]
1935 Detroit Tigers 93–58 3 New York Yankees [55]
1936 New York Yankees 102–51 19½ Detroit Tigers [56]
1937 New York Yankees 102–52 13 Detroit Tigers [57]
1938 New York Yankees 99–53 Boston Red Sox [58]
1939 New York Yankees 106–45 17 Boston Red Sox [59]
1940 Detroit Tigers 90–53 1 Cleveland Indians [60]
1941 New York Yankees 101–53 17 Boston Red Sox [61]
1942 New York Yankees 103–51 9 Boston Red Sox [62]
1943 New York Yankees 98–49 13½ Washington Senators [63]
1944 St. Louis Browns 89–65 1 Detroit Tigers [64]
1945 Detroit Tigers 88–65 Washington Senators [65]
1946 Boston Red Sox 104–50 12 Detroit Tigers [66]
1947 New York Yankees 97–57 12 Detroit Tigers [67]
1948 Cleveland Indians 97–58 1 Boston Red Sox [68]
1949 New York Yankees 97–57 1 Boston Red Sox [69]
1950 New York Yankees 98–56 3 Detroit Tigers [70]
1951 New York Yankees 98–56 5 Cleveland Indians [71]
1952 New York Yankees 95–59 2 Cleveland Indians [72]
1953 New York Yankees 99–52 Cleveland Indians [73]
1954 Cleveland Indians 111–43 8 New York Yankees [74]
1955 New York Yankees 96–58 3 Cleveland Indians [75]
1956 New York Yankees 97–57 9 Cleveland Indians [76]
1957 New York Yankees 98–56 8 Chicago White Sox [77]
1958 New York Yankees 92–62 10 Chicago White Sox [78]
1959 Chicago White Sox 94–60 5 Cleveland Indians [79]
1960 New York Yankees 97–57 8 Baltimore Orioles [80]
1961 New York Yankees 109–53 8 Detroit Tigers [81]
1962 New York Yankees 96–62 5 Minnesota Twins [82]
1963 New York Yankees 104–57 10½ Chicago White Sox [83]
1964 New York Yankees 99–63 1 Chicago White Sox [84]
1965 Minnesota Twins 102–60 7 Chicago White Sox [85]
1966 Baltimore Orioles 97–63 9 Minnesota Twins [86]
1967 Boston Red Sox 92–70 1 Detroit Tigers [87]
1968 Detroit Tigers 103–59 12 Baltimore Orioles [88]

Championship Series era (1969–present)[edit]

Several men in suits stand behind a man holding a white baseball jersey which reads "BUSH 07" on it.
The Boston Red Sox won an American League pennant and the World Series in 2007, three years after accomplishing the same feat in 2004.
Year Series Winning team Record WW LW Losing team Record Ref
1969 1969 Baltimore OriolesE 109–53 3 0 Minnesota TwinsW 97–65 [89]
1970 1970 Baltimore OriolesE 108–54 3 0 Minnesota TwinsW 98–64 [90]
1971 1971 Baltimore OriolesE 101–57 3 0 Oakland AthleticsW 101–60 [91]
1972 1972 Oakland AthleticsW 93–62 3 2 Detroit TigersE 86–70 [92]
1973 1973 Oakland AthleticsW 94–68 3 2 Baltimore OriolesE 97–65 [93]
1974 1974 Oakland AthleticsW 90–72 3 1 Baltimore OriolesE 91–71 [94]
1975 1975 Boston Red SoxE 95–65 3 0 Oakland AthleticsW 98–64 [95]
1976 1976 New York YankeesE 97–62 3 2 Kansas City RoyalsW 90–72 [96]
1977 1977 New York YankeesE 100–62 3 2 Kansas City RoyalsW 102–60 [97]
1978 1978 New York YankeesE 100–63 3 1 Kansas City RoyalsW 92–70 [98]
1979 1979 Baltimore OriolesE 102–57 3 1 California AngelsW 88–74 [99]
1980 1980 Kansas City RoyalsW 97–65 3 0 New York YankeesE 103–59 [100]
1981[a] 1981 New York YankeesE 59–48 3 0 Oakland AthleticsW 64–45 [101]
1982 1982 Milwaukee BrewersE 95–67 3 2 California AngelsW 93–69 [102]
1983 1983 Baltimore OriolesE 98–64 3 1 Chicago White SoxW 99–63 [103]
1984 1984 Detroit TigersE 104–58 3 0 Kansas City RoyalsW 84–78 [104]
1985 1985 Kansas City RoyalsW 91–71 4 3 Toronto Blue JaysE 99–62 [105]
1986 1986 Boston Red SoxE 95–66 4 3 California AngelsW 92–70 [106]
1987 1987 Minnesota TwinsW 85–77 4 1 Detroit TigersE 98–64 [107]
1988 1988 Oakland AthleticsW 104–58 4 0 Boston Red SoxE 89–73 [108]
1989 1989 Oakland AthleticsW 99–63 4 1 Toronto Blue JaysE 89–73 [109]
1990 1990 Oakland AthleticsW 103–59 4 0 Boston Red SoxE 88–74 [110]
1991 1991 Minnesota TwinsW 95–67 4 1 Toronto Blue JaysE 91–71 [111]
1992 1992 Toronto Blue JaysE 96–66 4 2 Oakland AthleticsW 96–66 [112]
1993 1993 Toronto Blue JaysE 95–67 4 2 Chicago White SoxW 94–68 [113]
1994 Not held due to players' strike. [114]
1995[b] 1995 Cleveland IndiansC 100–44 4 2 Seattle MarinersW 79–66 [9]
1996 1996 New York YankeesE 92–70 4 1 Baltimore OriolesE† 88–74 [115]
1997 1997 Cleveland IndiansC 86–75 4 2 Baltimore OriolesE 98–64 [116]
1998 1998 New York YankeesE 114–48 4 2 Cleveland IndiansC 89–73 [117]
1999 1999 New York YankeesE 98–64 4 1 Boston Red SoxE† 94–68 [118]
2000 2000 New York YankeesE 87–74 4 2 Seattle MarinersW† 91–71 [119]
2001 2001 New York YankeesE 95–65 4 1 Seattle MarinersW 116–46 [120]
2002 2002 Anaheim AngelsW† 99–63 4 1 Minnesota TwinsC 94–67 [121]
2003 2003 New York YankeesE 101–61 4 3 Boston Red SoxE† 95–67 [122]
2004 2004 Boston Red SoxE† 98–64 4 3 New York YankeesE 101–61 [123]
2005 2005 Chicago White SoxC 99–63 4 1 Los Angeles Angels of AnaheimW[c] 95–67 [124]
2006 2006 Detroit TigersC† 95–67 4 0 Oakland AthleticsW 93–69 [125]
2007 2007 Boston Red SoxE 96–66 4 3 Cleveland IndiansC 96–66 [126]
2008 2008 Tampa Bay RaysE 97–65 4 3 Boston Red SoxE† 95–67 [127]
2009 2009 New York YankeesE 103–59 4 2 Los Angeles Angels of AnaheimW[c] 97–65 [128]
2010 2010 Texas RangersW 90–72 4 2 New York YankeesE† 95–67 [129]
2011 2011 Texas RangersW 96–66 4 2 Detroit TigersC 95–67 [130]
2012 2012 Detroit TigersC 88–74 4 0 New York YankeesE 95–67 [131]
2013 2013 Boston Red SoxE 97–65 4 2 Detroit TigersC 93–69 [132]
Notes
  • a A mid-season labor stoppage split the season into two halves. The winner of the first half played the winner of the second half in each division in the 1981 American League Division Series. The winners played in the 1981 ALCS for the American League pennant.[101]
  • b The leagues were re-aligned in 1994 to three divisions and a wild card was added to the playoffs, but the labor stoppage cancelled the postseason. Wild cards were first used in the 1995 playoffs.[9]
  • c While Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim is the official name of the team,[133][134] the team is also commonly referred to simply as "Los Angeles Angels".[135][136]

Pennants won by franchise[edit]

Team Pennants won Playoff appearances Ref
New York Yankees[a] 40 51 [11]
Oakland Athletics[b] 15 24 [13]
Boston Red Sox[c] 13 20 [14]
Detroit Tigers 11 14 [15]
Baltimore Orioles[d] 7 12 [137]
Minnesota Twins[e] 6 14 [138]
Chicago White Sox 6 9 [139]
Cleveland Indians[f] 5 10 [140]
Kansas City Royals 2 7 [141]
Texas Rangers[g] 2 6 [142]
Toronto Blue Jays 2 5 [143]
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim[h] 1 9 [144]
Houston Astros[k] 1 9 [145]
Tampa Bay Rays[i] 1 3 [146]
Milwaukee Brewers[j] 1 2 [147]
Seattle Mariners 0 4 [148]
Notes
  • a Also known as Baltimore Orioles and New York Highlanders[11]
  • b Also known as Kansas City Athletics and Philadelphia Athletics[13]
  • c Also known as Boston Americans[14]
  • d Also known as St. Louis Browns and Milwaukee Brewers.[137] This does not refer to the New York Yankees, who were known as the Baltimore Orioles in 1901 and 1902.[11]
  • e Also known as Washington Senators from 1901 to 1960[138]
  • f Also known as Cleveland Naps, Cleveland Bronchos, and Cleveland Blues[140]
  • g Also known as Washington Senators from 1961 to 1971[142]
  • h Also known as Anaheim Angels, California Angels, and Los Angeles Angels[144]
  • i Also known as Tampa Bay Devil Rays[146]
  • j Also known as Seattle Pilots in 1969. The Brewers were members of the American League through the 1997 season after which they switched to the National League.[147] This table records only the Brewers' American League accomplishments.
  • k Also known as Houston Colt .45's from 1962 to 1964. The Astros were members of the National League through the 2012 season after which they switched to the American League.[145] This table records only the Astros' American League accomplishments.

See also[edit]

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