1987 World Series

The 1987 World Series was played by the Minnesota Twins and the St. Louis Cardinals.

Minnesota was victorious in a World Series that was the first in which each home team won every one of their games. This happened again in 1991 (also a Twins championship) over the Atlanta Braves and in 2001 with the Arizona Diamondbacks defeating the New York Yankees.

The World Series win was the first for the Twins franchise since 1924, when the team was located in Washington, D.C., and was known as the Washington Senators.

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