With any sports, it is expected that fans would think that the team they support is the best out there. With only a little evidence, you might also be able to pass the argument. Hence it is a sticky one to state which team is truly the best team of all times, and such a statement is bound to be met with criticism and resistance. It might be possible to discuss some of the best organizations which presented MLB over various seasons, with a far more open mind.
The New York Yankees
The Yankees fame stretch far and wide, and even those who live far away from the baseball continent will probably know who they are. But Yankees made a list due to their 1927 team which is considered as the best offered in the form of baseball legacy. Competitors feared Their line-ups and in their “Murderers Row”, Lou Gehrig and Babe Ruth earned that name. It was also the season for Urban Shocker, Waite Hoyt and Herb Pennock adding to the 1927 Yankee glory.
This wasn’t the last time that the Yankees had a great team. The 1939 season delivered the most significant run differential ever in the history of baseball, with a plus 411. It was a high season for many including George Selkirk, Joe Gordon and Bill Dickey. With Lefty Gomez and Red Ruffing on the pitching staff they had a sweep of the World Series. The Yankees delivered a great team several times since then still. Their 1961 and 1998 teams were brilliant too and worth mentioning as well.
In 1975 the Big Red Machine delivered a tremendous series with seven title wins over the Red Sox. A potent offence magnificently supported Their pitching. Many names on the roster for that season had a great time in their careers. Joe Morgan won the NL MVP honours that year. George Foster, Pete Rose and Johnny Bench were all also part of the massive success story of the 1975 Cincinnati Reds.
The Tigers make a list for their success in 1984. Their offence was under the leadership of Lance Parrish and Kirk Gibson, and in the middle infield, Lou Whitaker and Alan Trammel remained steady in their support. The Tigers were the leaders on the board in AL scoring in that year. It was the year for Willie Hernandez, victor of both the AL CY Young and AL MVP honours Awards for his appearance in 80 games.
New York Mets
The 1986 team of the Mets delivered domination during their season games and earned the NL East with 21.5 games. The World Series title became theirs after a Game 7 win and also due to the slip of the hand caught up in the history books known as the Bill Buckner error. Gary Carter, Darryl Strawberry and Keith Hernandez are all mentionable contributors to this season’s Mets success.