World Series history: List of MVPs

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    The Atlanta Braves and Houston Astros will meet in the 2021 World Series.

    There are plenty of candidates who could win the World Series MVP this time around. Yordan Alvarez and Eddie Rosario won the ALCS and NLCS MVPs, respectively.

    Both teams have plenty of talent who can make an impact on the World Series.

    Read below for a list of past World Series MVPs.

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    2020s

    Corey Seager #5 of the Los Angeles Dodgers is presented the Willie Mays World Series Most Valuable Player Award after defeating the Tampa Bay Rays 3-1 in Game 6 to win the 2020 MLB World Series at Globe Life Field on Oct. 27, 2020, in Arlington, Texas.

    Corey Seager #5 of the Los Angeles Dodgers is presented the Willie Mays World Series Most Valuable Player Award after defeating the Tampa Bay Rays 3-1 in Game 6 to win the 2020 MLB World Series at Globe Life Field on Oct. 27, 2020, in Arlington, Texas.
    (Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

    2021: TBD

    2020: Corey Seager, Dodgers, Shortstop

    2010s

    Steve Pearce #25 of the Boston Red Sox is doused with champagne in the clubhouse after the Red Sox defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers in Game 5 of the 2018 World Series at Dodger Stadium on Sunday, Oct. 28, 2018, in Los Angeles, California.

    Steve Pearce #25 of the Boston Red Sox is doused with champagne in the clubhouse after the Red Sox defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers in Game 5 of the 2018 World Series at Dodger Stadium on Sunday, Oct. 28, 2018, in Los Angeles, California.
    (Alex Trautwig/MLB via Getty Images)

    2019: Stephen Strasburg, Nationals, Pitcher

    2018: Steve Pearce, Red Sox, First baseman

    2017: George Springer, Astros, Outfielder

    2016: Ben Zobrist, Cubs, Outfielder

    2015: Salvador Perez, Royals, Catcher

    2014: Madison Bumgarner, Giants, Pitcher

    2013: David Ortiz, Red Sox, Designated Hitter

    2012: Pablo Sandoval, Giants, Third baseman

    2011: David Freese, Cardinals, Third baseman

    2010: Edgar Renteria, Giants, Shortstop

    2000s

    Jermaine Dye #23 of the Chicago White Sox celebrates with the World Series MVP Trophy after winning Game 4 of the 2005 Major League Baseball World Series against the Houston Astros at Minute Maid Park on Oct. 26, 2005, in Houston, Texas. 

    Jermaine Dye #23 of the Chicago White Sox celebrates with the World Series MVP Trophy after winning Game 4 of the 2005 Major League Baseball World Series against the Houston Astros at Minute Maid Park on Oct. 26, 2005, in Houston, Texas. 
    (Elsa/Getty Images)

    2009: Hideki Matsui, Yankees, Designated hitter

    2008: Cole Hamels, Phillies, Starting pitcher

    2007: Mike Lowell, Red Sox, Third baseman

    2006: David Eckstein, Cardinals, Shortstop

    2005: Jermaine Dye, White Sox, Outfielder

    2004: Manny Ramirez, Red Sox, Outfielder

    2003: Josh Beckett, Marlins, Starting pitcher

    2002: Troy Glaus, Angels, Third baseman

    2001: Randy Johnson and Curt Schilling, Diamondbacks, Starting pitchers

    2000: Derek Jeter, Yankees, Shortstop

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    1990s

    Teammates congratulate infielder Scott Brosius #18 of the New York Yankees during the 1998 World Series Game 3 against the San Diego Padres at the Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California, on Oct. 20, 1998. The Yankees defeated the Padres 5-4. 

    Teammates congratulate infielder Scott Brosius #18 of the New York Yankees during the 1998 World Series Game 3 against the San Diego Padres at the Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California, on Oct. 20, 1998. The Yankees defeated the Padres 5-4. 
    (Al Bello/Allsport)

    1999: Mariano Rivera, Yankees, Relief pitcher

    1998: Scott Brosius, Yankees, Third baseman

    1997: Livan Hernandez, Marlins, Pitcher

    1996: John Wetteland, Yankees, Relief pitcher

    1995: Tom Glavine, Braves, Pitcher

    1994: No World Series

    1993: Paul Monitor, Blue Jays, DH/1B/3B

    1992: Pat Borders, Blue Jays, Catcher

    1991: Jack Morris, Twins, Starting pitcher

    1990: Jose Rijo, Reds, Pitcher

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    1980s

    Bret Saberhagen, World Series MVP of the Kansas City Royals, pitches during World Series game seven between the St. Louis Cardinals and Kansas City Royals on Oct. 27, 1985, at Royals Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. The Royals defeated the Cardinals 11-0. 

    Bret Saberhagen, World Series MVP of the Kansas City Royals, pitches during World Series game seven between the St. Louis Cardinals and Kansas City Royals on Oct. 27, 1985, at Royals Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. The Royals defeated the Cardinals 11-0. 
    (Rich Pilling/Getty Images)

    1989: Dave Stewart, Athletics, Pitcher

    1988: Orel Hershiser, Dodgers, Pitcher

    1987: Frank Viola, Twins, Pitcher

    1986: Ray Knight, Mets, Third baseman

    1985: Bret Saberhagen, Royals, Pitcher

    1984: Alan Trammell, Tigers, Shortstop

    1983: Rick Dempsey, Orioles, Catcher

    1982: Darrell Porter, Cardinals, Catcher

    1981: Steve Yeager, Dodgers, Catcher

    1980: Mike Schmidt, Phillies, Third baseman

    1970s

    Willie Stargell #8 of the Pittsburgh Pirates during Game 4 of the 1979 World Series against the Baltimore Orioles at Three Rivers Stadium on Oct. 13, 1979, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The Orioles defeated the Pirates 9-6. 

    Willie Stargell #8 of the Pittsburgh Pirates during Game 4 of the 1979 World Series against the Baltimore Orioles at Three Rivers Stadium on Oct. 13, 1979, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The Orioles defeated the Pirates 9-6. 
    (George Gojkovich/Getty Images)

    1979: Willie Stargell, Pirates, First baseman

    1978: Bucky Dent, Yankees, Shortstop

    1977: Reggie Jackson, Yankees, Outfielder

    1976: Johnny Bench, Reds, Catcher

    1975: Pete Rose, Reds, Third baseman

    1974: Rollie Fingers, Athletics, Relief pitcher

    1973: Reggie Jackson, Athletics, Outfielder

    1972: Gene Tenace, Athletics, Catcher

    1971: Roberto Clemente, Pirates, Outfielder

    1970: Brooks Robinson, Orioles, Third baseman

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    1960s

    St. Louis Cardinals' Bob Gibson #45 pitches against the Boston Red Sox during the 1967 World Series at Busch Stadium in St. Louis, Missouri, in October 1967.

    St. Louis Cardinals’ Bob Gibson #45 pitches against the Boston Red Sox during the 1967 World Series at Busch Stadium in St. Louis, Missouri, in October 1967.
    (Focus On Sport/Getty Images)

    1969: Donn Clendenon, Mets, First Baseman

    1968: Mickey Lolich, Tigers, Pitcher

    1967: Bob Gibson, Cardinals, Pitcher

    1966: Frank Robinson, Orioles, Outfielder

    1965: Sandy Koufax, Dodgers, Pitcher

    1964: Bob Gibson, Cardinals, Pitcher

    1963: Sandy Koufax, Dodgers, Pitcher

    1962: Ralph Terry, Yankees, Pitcher

    1961: Whitey Ford, Yankees, Pitcher

    1960: Bobby Richardson, Yankees, Second baseman

    1950s

    Yankee heroes congratulate each other in the dressing room after the Bombers routed the Milwaukee Braves 12-3 in the third World Series game on Oct. 5, 1957. From left are Milwaukee-born Tony Kubek, who hit two homers, Don Larsen, the winning pitcher and Mickey Mantle, who connected with a long homer in the fourth inning. 

    Yankee heroes congratulate each other in the dressing room after the Bombers routed the Milwaukee Braves 12-3 in the third World Series game on Oct. 5, 1957. From left are Milwaukee-born Tony Kubek, who hit two homers, Don Larsen, the winning pitcher and Mickey Mantle, who connected with a long homer in the fourth inning. 
    (Getty Images)

    1959: Larry Sherry, Dodgers, Relief pitcher

    1958: Bob Turley, Yankees, Pitcher

    1957: Lew Burdette, Braves, Pitcher

    1956: Don Larsen, Yankees, Pitcher

    1955: Johnny Podres, Dodgers, Pitcher

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