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The Arizona Diamondbacks joined the National League in 1998. They won their only World Series in 2001, beating the New York Yankees 4 games to 3.
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Sites about the Atlanta Braves Major League Baseball club. The Boston Braves were part of the National Association from 1871-1875. In the 1876, they became one of the charter members of the fledging National League. In 1953, the club relocated to Milwaukee. In 1966, the Braves moved to Atlanta. The Boston Braves won the World Series in 1914 beating the Philadelphia A's 4 games to 0. In 1957, the Milwaukee Braves won the World Series over the New York Yankees, 4 games to 3. The Atlanta Braves won the World Series in 1995, beating the Cleveland Indians 4 games to 2.
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The Orioles can trace their lineage to 1901, where they were a charter member of the American League as the Milwaukee Brewers. The club moved to St. Louis, Missouri in 1902 and were renamed the St. Louis Browns. In 1954, the club relocated to Baltimore and were rechristened the Baltimore Orioles. The Baltimore Orioles won the World Series in 1966, 1970 and 1983.
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Sites or sections of sites that are dedicated to the Chicago Cubs are placed here, unless they fit one of the subcategories. The Chicago Cubs were originally the Chicago White Stockings in 1874 and 1875, when they played in the National Association. In 1876, renamed the Chicago Cubs, they joined the National League, and were one of the league's charter members. The Chicago Cubs have won the World Series in 1907 and 1908, defeating the Detroit Tigers both times.
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The Colorado Rockies joined the National League in 1993. The Rockies have been to the postseason once, in 1995 when they lost to the Atlanta Braves in the National League Division Series.
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This category includes many links to sites that relate to the Detroit Tigers baseball franchise. 1999 is the last season for historic Tiger Stadium, making way for the new Comerica Park, which will be in downtown Detroit. The Tigers are a charter member in the American League, and 2000 will be both their first year in Comerica Park and their 100th season as a Major League Franchise.
Submit only Florida Marlins fan sites here. Other official Marlins sites should be submitted under Florida Marlins.
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The Angels joined the American League in 1961. The club was originally known as the Los Angeles Angels. In 1966, they were renamed the California Angels and moved into Anaheim Stadium. The name changed in 1997 to the Anaheim Angels. The Angels won their only World Series in 2002, beating the San Francisco Giants 4 games to 3.
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Please submit sites involving the Braves'' time in Milwaukee. If the chronology of a site also covers time in Boston and/or Atlanta, please submit to the Atlanta Braves category.
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09/30/2004. Expos president Tony Tavares held a team meeting to inform the players that the Expos franchise would be relocated to Washington, D.C., starting in 2005.
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Find links to sites related to the New York Mets Baseball team.
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1999 World Champions
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Find links to sites for or about the Seattle Mariners.
Please submit sites involving the Browns'' time in St. Louis. If the chronology of a site also covers time in Milwaukee and/or Baltimore, please submit to the Baltimore Orioles category.
American League franchise began in 1901 as the Milwaukee Browns. Was in St. Louis from 1902-1953, when owner Bill Veeck sold the team to a Baltimore group that moved the club and renamed it the Orioles. The Browns usually played in the second division, but managed one trip to the World Series (1944), where they played the hometown rival Cardinals in the "Subway Series," the only Series played in one stadium (Sportsman's Park). The Browns also had midget pinch hitter Eddie Gaedel, fading Negro League star Satchel Paige, and a host of other notable or ignoble players in their fifty years in St. Louis.
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Submit media created/operated sites about the Toronto Blue Jays to this category.
The best sites on the Toronto Blue Jays Major League Baseball team.
In September 2004, the Montreal Expos were officially moved to Washington, DC. In November, 2004 the Washington club was given the nickname Nationals. The Washington Nationals name was first used by various clubs from the 1850's to the 1880's. In the early 20th century, the nicknames Nationals and Senators were used interchangeably for the same American League club.
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