Which MLB team has gone the longest without a making a World Series?

The longest currently active World Series drought belongs to the Seattle Mariners, who have gone 47 years without appearing in a World Series.

Who has the longest all time World Series drought?

The longest all time World Series drought belongs to the Chicago Cubs, who went 70 years without appearing in a World Series series between 1946 and 2016. Their last appearance in the World Series was in the 1945 season.

Longest World Series Appearance Droughts

Team Years Start Year End Year
Chicago Cubs 70 1946 2016
Washington Nationals 50 1969 2019
Texas Rangers 49 1961 2010
Seattle Mariners 47 1977
Chicago White Sox 45 1960 2005
Pittsburgh Pirates 44 1980
Houston Astros 43 1962 2005
Anaheim Angels 41 1961 2002
Milwaukee Brewers 41 1983
St. Louis Browns 41 1903 1944
Oakland Athletics 40 1932 1972
Baltimore Orioles 40 1984
Cleveland Indians 40 1955 1995
Chicago White Sox 39 1920 1959
Philadelphia Phillies 34 1916 1950
Boston Braves 33 1915 1948
Cincinnati Reds 33 1991
Oakland Athletics 33 1991
Atlanta Braves 32 1959 1991
Pittsburgh Pirates 32 1928 1960
Minnesota Twins 32 1992
Minnesota Twins 31 1934 1965
Philadelphia Phillies 29 1951 1980
Toronto Blue Jays 29 1995
Kansas City Royals 28 1986 2014

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All MLB stats, streaks, droughts and records are updated based on games played on or before May 18, 2024.

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