World Series Photos - Pictures from the World Series
Below are photographs that depict the history of Major League Baseball's Championship event - The World Series. All of these photos are here for your enjoyment, and to give you an idea of the experience that defines this event. Baseball is "America's Favorite Pastime," and so the World Series is America's favorite championship.
Fans scale the wall at the Huntington Avenue Grounds prior to game three of the 1903 World Series. The game was played between the Boston Americans and the Pittsburgh Pirates.
The Boston Rooters watch as the Pittsburgh Pirates bat during the 1903 World Series. The Rooters are seated in the famous Section J at the Pittsburght Ball Grounds in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
This is a panoramic photo taken in two sections during the 1905 World Series played at The Polo Grounds in New York. The series was won by the Giants, who defeated the Philadelphia Athletics for the title.
This is a panoramic of the West Side Grounds in Chicago during the 1906 World Series baseball game. The Chicago White Sox defeated the Chicago Cubs 8-6 to take the series lead, 3-2.
Here is another panoramic of the West Side Grounds in Chicago. In this photo, the White Sox have just put the ball into play with the bases loaded.
A close play at first during the 1906 World Series.
Here is a panoramic of the 1907 World Series played between Chicago and Detroit at Bennett park.
This is a photgraph of the Philadelphia Athletics on the field at Shibe Park in Philly.
A panoramic shows the opening game of the 1912 Word Series played at Polo Grounds in New York between the N.Y. Giants and the Boston Red Sox.
This photograph was taken during the 1913 World Series at the Polo Grounds in N.Y.
Here is the crowd at Polo Grounds in N.Y. to watch the opening game of the 1922 World Series.
The Baltimore Orioles and the Los Angeles Dodgers recite the Star Spangled Banner before a game at the 1966 World Series.
The Detroit Tigers and the St. Louis Cardinals square-off at Comerica Park in Detroit during game two of the 2006 World Series. Although Detroit won game two, the Cardinals would go on to win the series in five games.