American League Championship Series Results


Year Winner Loser Series MVP
2017 Houston Astros 4 New York Yankees* 3 (WWLLLWW) Justin Verlander, Pitcher, Houston Astros
2016 Cleveland Indians 4 Toronto Blue Jays* 1 (WWWLW) Andrew Miller, Pitcher, Cleveland Indians
2015 Kansas City Royals 4 Toronto Blue Jays 2 (WWLWLW) Alcides Escobar, Shortstop, Kansas City Royals
2014 Kansas City Royals* 4 Baltimore Orioles 0 (WWWW) Lorenzo Cain, Center fielder, Kansas City Royals
2013 Boston Red Sox 4 Detroit Tigers 2 (LWWLWW) Koji Uehara, Pitcher, Boston Red Sox
2012 Detroit Tigers 4 New York Yankees 0 (WWWW) Delmon Young, Designated Hitter, Detroit Tigers
2011 Texas Rangers 4 Detroit Tigers 2 (WWLWLW) Nelson Cruz, Right Fielder, Texas Rangers
2010 Texas Rangers 4 New York Yankees* 2 (LWWWLW) Josh Hamilton, Center field, Texas Rangers
2009 New York Yankees 4 Anaheim Angels 2 (WWLWLW) C.C. Sabathia, Pitcher, New York Yankees
2008 Tampa Bay Rays 4 Boston Red Sox* 3 (LWWWLLW) Matt Garza, Pitcher, Tampa Bay Rays
2007 Boston Red Sox 4 Cleveland Indians 3 (WLLLWWW) Josh Beckett, Pitcher, Boston Red Sox
2006 Detroit Tigers* 4 Oakland Athletics 0 (WWWW) Placido Polanco, Second baseman, Detroit Tigers
2005 Chicago White Sox 4 Anaheim Angels 1 (LWWWW) Paul Konerko, First baseman, Chicago White Sox
2004 Boston Red Sox* 4 New York Yankees 3 (LLLWWWW) David Ortiz, Designated Hitter, Boston Red Sox
2003 New York Yankees 4 Boston Red Sox* 3 (LWWLWLW) Mariano Rivera, Pitcher, New York Yankees
2002 Anaheim Angels* 4 Minnesota Twins 1 (LWWWW) Adam Kennedy, Second baseman, Anaheim Angels
2001 New York Yankees 4 Seattle Mariners 1 (WWLWW) Andy Pettitte, Pitcher, New York Yankees
2000 New York Yankees 4 Seattle Mariners* 2 (LWWWLW) David Justice, Left fielder, New York Yankees
1999 New York Yankees 4 Boston Red Sox* 1 (WWLWW) Orlando Hernandez, Pitcher, New York Yankees
1998 New York Yankees 4 Cleveland Indians 2 (WLLWWW) David Wells, Pitcher, New York Yankees
1997 Cleveland Indians 4 Baltimore Orioles 2 (LWWWLW) Marquis Grissom, Center fielder, Cleveland Indians
1996 New York Yankees 4 Baltimore Orioles* 1 (WLWWW) Bernie Williams, Center fielder, New York Yankees
1995 Cleveland Indians 4 Seattle Mariners 2 (LWLWWW) Orel Hershiser, Pitcher, Cleveland Indians
1993 Toronto Blue Jays 4 Chicago White Sox 2 (WWLLWW) Dave Stewart, Pitcher, Toronto Blue Jays
1992 Toronto Blue Jays 4 Oakland Athletics 2 (LWWWLW) Roberto Alomar, Second baseman, Toronto Blue Jays
1991 Minnesota Twins 4 Toronto Blue Jays 1 (WLWWW) Kirby Puckett, Center fielder, Minnesota Twins
1990 Oakland Athletics 4 Boston Red Sox 0 (WWWW) Dave Stewart, Pitcher, Oakland Athletics
1989 Oakland Athletics 4 Toronto Blue Jays 1 (WWLWW) Rickey Henderson, Left fielder, Oakland Athletics
1988 Oakland Athletics 4 Boston Red Sox 0 (WWWW) Dennis Eckersley, Pitcher, Oakland Athletics
1987 Minnesota Twins 4 Detroit Tigers 1 (WWLWW) Gary Gaetti, Third baseman, Minnesota Twins
1986 Boston Red Sox 4 California Angels 3 (LWLLWWW) Marty Barrett, Second baseman, Boston Red Sox
1985 Kansas City Royals 4 Toronto Blue Jays 3 (LLWLWWW) George Brett, Third baseman, Kansas City Royals
1984 Detroit Tigers 3 Kansas City Royals 0 (WWW) Kirk Gibson, Right fielder, Detroit Tigers
1983 Baltimore Orioles 3 Chicago White Sox 1 (LWWW) Mike Boddicker, Pitcher, Baltimore Orioles
1982 Milwaukee Brewers 3 California Angels 2 (LLWWW) Fred Lynn, Center fielder, California Angels
1981 New York Yankees 3 Oakland Athletics 0 (WWW) Graig Nettles, Third baseman, New York Yankees
1980 Kansas City Royals 3 New York Yankees 0 (WWW) Frank White, Second baseman, Kansas City Royals
1979 Baltimore Orioles 3 California Angels 1 (WWLW)
1978 New York Yankees 3 Kansas City Royals 1 (WLWW)
1977 New York Yankees 3 Kansas City Royals 2 (LWLWW)
1976 New York Yankees 3 Kansas City Royals 2 (WLWLW)
1975 Boston Red Sox 3 Oakland Athletics 0 (WWW)
1974 Oakland Athletics 3 Baltimore Orioles 1 (LWWW)
1973 Oakland Athletics 3 Baltimore Orioles 2 (LWWLW)
1972 Oakland Athletics 3 Detroit Tigers 2 (WWLLW)
1971 Baltimore Orioles 3 Oakland Athletics 0 (WWW)
1970 Baltimore Orioles 3 Minnesota Twins 0 (WWW)
1969 Baltimore Orioles 3 Minnesota Twins 0 (WWW)

* - Wild Card Winner

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