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The Yankees' 27 World Series champion teams

The Yankees own the most World Series titles in MLB history with 27. Get a look back in history at each of the franchise's world champion teams.

1923 Record: 98-54 World Series result: Beat Giants
Photo Credit: AP, 1923

1923
Record: 98-54
World Series result: Beat Giants in six games

1927 Record: 110-44 World Series result: Swept Pirates
Photo Credit: AP

1927
Record: 110-44
World Series result: Swept Pirates

1928 Record: 101-53 World Series result: Swept Cardinals
Photo Credit: AP, 1928

1928
Record: 101-53
World Series result: Swept Cardinals

1932 Record: 107-47 World Series result: Swept Cubs
Photo Credit: AP, 1932

1932
Record: 107-47
World Series result: Swept Cubs

1936 Record: 102-51 World Series result: Beat Giants
Photo Credit: AP, 1936

1936
Record: 102-51
World Series result: Beat Giants in six games

1937 Record: 102-52 World Series result: Beat Giants
Photo Credit: AP, 1937

1937
Record: 102-52
World Series result: Beat Giants in five games

1938 Record: 99-53 World Series result: Swept Cubs
Photo Credit: AP, 1938

1938
Record: 99-53
World Series result: Swept Cubs

1939 Record: 106-45 World Series result: Swept Reds
Photo Credit: AP, 1939

1939
Record: 106-45
World Series result: Swept Reds

1941 Record: 101-53 World Series result: Beat Dodgers
Photo Credit: AP, 1941

1941
Record: 101-53
World Series result: Beat Dodgers in five games

1943 Record: 98-56 World Series result: Beat Cardinals
Photo Credit: AP, 1943

1943
Record: 98-56
World Series result: Beat Cardinals in five games

1947 Record: 97-57 World Series result: Beat Dodgers
Photo Credit: AP, 1947

1947
Record: 97-57
World Series result: Beat Dodgers in seven games

1949 Record: 97-57 World Series result: Beat Dodgers
Photo Credit: AP, 1949

1949
Record: 97-57
World Series result: Beat Dodgers in five games

1950 Record: 98-56 World Series result: Swept Phillies
Photo Credit: AP, 1950

1950
Record: 98-56
World Series result: Swept Phillies

1951 Record: 98-56 World Series result: Beat Giants
Photo Credit: AP, 1951

1951
Record: 98-56
World Series result: Beat Giants in six games

1952 Record: 95-59 World Series result: Beat Dodgers
Photo Credit: AP, 1952

1952
Record: 95-59
World Series result: Beat Dodgers in seven games

1953 Record: 99-52 World Series result: Beat Dodgers
Photo Credit: AP, 1953

1953
Record: 99-52
World Series result: Beat Dodgers in six games

1956 Record: 97-57 World Series result: Beat Dodgers
Photo Credit: AP, 1956

1956
Record: 97-57
World Series result: Beat Dodgers in seven games
WS MVP: Don Larsen

1958 Record: 92-62 World Series result: Beat Braves
Photo Credit: AP, 1958

1958
Record: 92-62
World Series result: Beat Braves in seven games
WS MVP: Bob Turley

1961 Record: 109-53 World Series result: Beat Reds
Photo Credit: AP, 1961

1961
Record: 109-53
World Series result: Beat Reds in five games
WS MVP: Whitey Ford

1962 Record: 96-66 World Series result: Beat Giants
Photo Credit: AP, 1962

1962
Record: 96-66
World Series result: Beat Giants in seven games
WS MVP: Ralph Terry

1977 Record: 100-62 World Series result: Beat Dodgers
Photo Credit: AP, 1977

1977
Record: 100-62
World Series result: Beat Dodgers in six games
WS MVP: Reggie Jackson

1978 Record: 100-63 World Series result: Beat Dodgers
Photo Credit: AP, 1978

1978
Record: 100-63
World Series result: Beat Dodgers in six games
WS MVP: Bucky Dent

1996 Record: 92-70 World Series result: Beat Braves
Photo Credit: AP, 1996

1996
Record: 92-70
World Series result: Beat Braves in six games
WS MVP: John Wetteland

1998 Record: 114-48 World Series result: Swept Padres
Photo Credit: AP, 1998

1998
Record: 114-48
World Series result: Swept Padres
WS MVP: Scott Brosius

1999 Record: 98-64 World Series result: Swept Braves
Photo Credit: AP, 1999

1999
Record: 98-64
World Series result: Swept Braves
WS MVP: Mariano Rivera

2000 Record: 87-74 World Series result: Beat Mets
Photo Credit: AP, 2000

2000
Record: 87-74
World Series result: Beat Mets in five games
WS MVP: Derek Jeter

2009 Record: 103-59 World Series result: Beat Phillies
Photo Credit: AP, 2009

2009
Record: 103-59
World Series result: Beat Phillies in six games
WS MVP: Hideki Matsui

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