A look at managers, stars, season records and World Series opponents for Major League Baseball teams that have won at least two championships in a row:

1998-2000 New York Yankees

Stars: Derek Jeter, Mariano Rivera, Jorge Posada, Paul O'Neill, Bernie Williams, David Cone, Andy Pettitte, Roger Clemens

Manager: Joe Torre

1998: Record: 114-48; World Series: Beat San Diego Padres 4-0

1999: Record: 98-64; World Series: Beat Atlanta Braves 4-0

2000: Record: 87-74; World Series: Beat New York Mets 4-1

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1992-1993 Toronto Blue Jays

Stars: Joe Carter, Paul Molitor, Roberto Alomar, John Olerud, Pat Hentgen, Jack Morris, Tom Henke

Manager: Cito Gaston

1992: Record: 96-66; World Series: Beat Atlanta Braves 4-2

1993: Record: 95-67; World Series: Beat Philadelphia Phillies 4-2

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1977-78 New York Yankees

Stars: Reggie Jackson, Bucky Dent, Graig Nettles, Thurman Munson, Lou Piniella, Ron Guidry, Sparky Lyle, Goose Gossage, Ed Figueroa

Manager: Billy Martin, Bob Lemon

1977: Record: 100-62; World Series: Beat Los Angeles Dodgers 4-2

1978: Record: 100-63; World Series: Beat Los Angeles Dodgers 4-2

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1975-76 Cincinnati Reds

Stars: Pete Rose, Johnny Bench, Joe Morgan, George Foster, Tony Perez, Don Gullett, Gary Nolan

Manager: Sparky Anderson

1975: Record: 108-54; World Series: Beat Boston Red Sox 4-3

1976: Record: 102-60; World Series: Beat New York Yankees 4-0

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1972-74 Oakland Athletics

Stars: Reggie Jackson, Rollie Fingers, Catfish Hunter, Gene Tenace, Ken Holtzman, Sal Bando, Vida Blue

Manager: Dick Williams (1972, 1973), Al Dark (1974)

1972: Record: 93-62; World Series: Beat Cincinnati Reds 4-3

1973: Record: 94-68; World Series: Beat New York Mets 4-3

1974: Record: 90-72; World Series: Beat Los Angeles Dodgers 4-1

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1961-62 New York Yankees

Stars: Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris, Elston Howard, Yogi Berra, Whitey Ford, Ralph Terry

Manager: Ralph Houk

1961: Record: 109-53; World Series: Beat Cincinnati Reds 4-1

1962: Record: 96-66; World Series: Beat San Francisco Giants 4-3

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1949-53 New York Yankees

Stars: Joe DiMaggio, Yogi Berra, Mickey Mantle, Phil Rizzuto, Tommy Henrich, Vic Raschi, Allie Reynolds

Manager: Casey Stengel

1949: Record: 97-57; World Series: Beat Brooklyn Dodgers 4-1

1950: Record: 98-56; World Series: Beat Philadelphia Phillies 4-0

1951: Record: 98-56; World Series: Beat New York Giants 4-2

1952: Record: 95-59; World Series: Beat Brooklyn Dodgers 4-3

1953: Record: 99-52; World Series: Beat Brooklyn Dodgers 4-2

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1936-1939 New York Yankees

Stars: Lou Gehrig, Joe DiMaggio, Bill Dickey, Red Ruffing, Monte Pearson, Lefty Gomez

Manager: Joe McCarthy

1936 Record: 102-51; World Series: Beat New York Giants 4-2

1937: Record: 102-52; World Series: Beat New York Giants 4-1

1938: Record: 99-53; World Series: Beat Chicago Cubs 4-0

1939: Record: 106-45; World Series: Beat Cincinnati Reds 4-0

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1929-30 Philadelphia Athletics

Stars: Jimmie Foxx, Al Simmons, Mickey Cochrane, Lefty Grove, George Earnshaw

Manager: Connie Mack

1929: Record: 104-46; World Series: Beat Chicago Cubs 4-1

1930: Record: 102-52; World Series: Beat St. Louis Cardinals 4-2

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1927-28 New York Yankees

Stars: Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Earle Combs, Tony Lazzeri, Waite Hoyt, Herb Pennock

Manager: Miller Huggins

1927: Record: 110-44; World Series: Beat Pittsburgh Pirates 4-0

1928: Record: 101-53; World Series: Beat St. Louis Cardinals 4-0

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1921-22 New York Giants

Stars: High Pockets Kelly, Frankie Frisch, Art Nehf, Irish Meusel

Manager: John McGraw

1921: Record: 94-59; World Series: Beat New York Yankees 5-3

1922: Record: 93-61; World Series: Beat New York Yankees 4-0-1

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1915-16 Boston Red Sox

Stars: Tris Speaker, Babe Ruth, Ernie Shore, Larry Gardner

Manager: Bill Carrigan

1915: Record: 101-50; World Series: Beat Philadelphia Phillies 4-1

1916: Record: 91-63; World Series: Beat Brooklyn Robins 4-1

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1910-11 Philadelphia Athletics

Stars: Eddie Collins, Jack Coombs, Home Run Baker, Chief Bender

Manager: Connie Mack

1910: Record: 102-48; World Series: Beat Chicago Cubs 4-1

1911: Record: 101-50; World Series: Beat New York Giants 4-2

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1907-08 Chicago Cubs

Stars: Mordecai "Three Finger" Brown, Orval Overall, Joe Tinker, Johnny Evers, Frank Chance

Manager: Frank Chance

1907: Record: 107-45; World Series: Beat Detroit Tigers 4-0-1

1908: Record: 99-55; World Series: Beat Detroit Tigers 4-1