Japan Series Table

Table
Japan Series*
year winning team losing team results
1950 Mainichi Orions (PL) Shochiku Robins (CL) 4–2
1951 Yomiuri Giants (CL) Nankai Hawks (PL) 4–1
1952 Yomiuri Giants (CL) Nankai Hawks (PL) 4–2
1953** Yomiuri Giants (CL) Nankai Hawks (PL) 4–2
1954 Chunichi Dragons (CL) Nishitetsu Lions (PL) 4–3
1955 Yomiuri Giants (CL) Nankai Hawks (PL) 4–3
1956 Nishitetsu Lions (PL) Yomiuri Giants (CL) 4–2
1957** Nishitetsu Lions (PL) Yomiuri Giants (CL) 4–0
1958 Nishitetsu Lions (PL) Yomiuri Giants (CL) 4–3
1959 Nankai Hawks (PL) Yomiuri Giants (CL) 4–0
1960 Taiyo Whales (CL) Daimai Orions (PL) 4–0
1961 Yomiuri Giants (CL) Nankai Hawks (PL) 4–2
1962** Toei Flyers (PL) Hanshin Tigers (CL) 4–2
1963 Yomiuri Giants (CL) Nishitetsu Lions (PL) 4–3
1964 Nankai Hawks (PL) Hanshin Tigers (CL) 4–3
1965 Yomiuri Giants (CL) Nankai Hawks (PL) 4–1
1966 Yomiuri Giants (CL) Nankai Hawks (PL) 4–2
1967 Yomiuri Giants (CL) Hankyu Braves (PL) 4–2
1968 Yomiuri Giants (CL) Hankyu Braves (PL) 4–2
1969 Yomiuri Giants (CL) Hankyu Braves (PL) 4–2
1970 Yomiuri Giants (CL) Lotte Orions (PL) 4–1
1971 Yomiuri Giants (CL) Hankyu Braves (PL) 4–1
1972 Yomiuri Giants (CL) Hankyu Braves (PL) 4–1
1973 Yomiuri Giants (CL) Nankai Hawks (PL) 4–1
1974 Lotte Orions (PL) Chunichi Dragons (CL) 4–2
1975*** Hankyu Braves (PL) Hiroshima Toyo Carp (CL) 4–0
1976 Hankyu Braves (PL) Yomiuri Giants (CL) 4–3
1977 Hankyu Braves (PL) Yomiuri Giants (CL) 4–1
1978 Yakult Swallows (CL) Hankyu Braves (PL) 4–3
1979 Hiroshima Toyo Carp (CL) Kintetsu Buffaloes (PL) 4–3
1980 Hiroshima Toyo Carp (CL) Kintetsu Buffaloes (PL) 4–3
1981 Yomiuri Giants (CL) Nippon-Ham Fighters (PL) 4–2
1982 Seibu Lions (PL) Chunichi Dragons (CL) 4–2
1983 Seibu Lions (PL) Yomiuri Giants (CL) 4–3
1984 Hiroshima Toyo Carp (CL) Hankyu Braves (PL) 4–3
1985 Hanshin Tigers (CL) Seibu Lions (PL) 4–2
1986 Seibu Lions (PL) Hiroshima Toyo Carp (CL) 4–3
1987 Seibu Lions (PL) Yomiuri Giants (CL) 4–2
1988 Seibu Lions (PL) Chunichi Dragons (CL) 4–1
1989 Yomiuri Giants (CL) Kintetsu Buffaloes (PL) 4–3
1990 Seibu Lions (PL) Yomiuri Giants (CL) 4–0
1991 Seibu Lions (PL) Hiroshima Toyo Carp (CL) 4–3
1992 Seibu Lions (PL) Yakult Swallows (CL) 4–3
1993 Yakult Swallows (CL) Seibu Lions (PL) 4–3
1994 Yomiuri Giants (CL) Seibu Lions (PL) 4–2
1995 Yakult Swallows (CL) Orix BlueWave (PL) 4–1
1996 Orix BlueWave (PL) Yomiuri Giants (CL) 4–1
1997 Yakult Swallows (CL) Seibu Lions (PL) 4–1
1998 Yokohama BayStars (CL) Seibu Lions (PL) 4–2
1999 Fukuoka Daiei Hawks (PL) Chunichi Dragons (CL) 4–1
2000 Yomiuri Giants (CL) Fukuoka Daiei Hawks (PL) 4–2
2001 Yakult Swallows (CL) Osaka Kintetsu Buffaloes (PL) 4–1
2002 Yomiuri Giants (CL) Seibu Lions (PL) 4–0
2003 Fukuoka Daiei Hawks (PL) Hanshin Tigers (CL) 4–2
2004 Seibu Lions (PL) Chunichi Dragons (CL) 4–3
2005 Chiba Lotte Marines (PL) Hanshin Tigers (CL) 4–0
2006 Nippon-Ham Fighters (PL) Chunichi Dragons (CL) 4–1
2007 Chunichi Dragons (CL) Nippon-Ham Fighters (PL) 4–1
2008 Seibu Lions (PL) Yomiuri Giants (CL) 4–3
*CL—Central League; PL—Pacific League.
**One tied game.
***Two tied games.
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