MLB: Every World Series Game 7 Winning Pitcher

Bob Gibson (r.) with Teammate, Shortstop Dick Groat, Celebrate Winning the 1964 World Series

Bob Gibson (r.) with Teammate, Shortstop Dick Groat, Celebrate Winning the 1964 World Series

Here are all of baseball’s World Series deciding Game 7 winning pitchers – 35 of them for 36 occurrences, from the latest, Chris Carpenter in 2011, to the first 102 years earlier, Babe Adams in 1909.

Only one pitcher won two: the great St. Louis Cardinal fireballer, Bob Gibson, in 1964 and 1967.

PITCHER YEAR TEAM AGAINST IP  RESULT
1. Chris Carpenter  2011 St. Louis Cardinals Texas Rangers 6 W 6-2 
2. John Lackey  2002 Anaheim Angels San Francisco Giants 5 W 4-1 
3. Randy Johnson  2001 Arizona Diamondbacks New York Yankees 1.1 W 3-2 
4. Jay Powell  1997 Florida Marlins Cleveland Indians 1 W 3-2 
5. Jack Morris  1991 Minnesota Twins Atlanta Braves 10 W 1-0 
6. Frank Viola  1987 Minnesota Twins St. Louis Cardinals 8 W 4-2 
7. Roger McDowell  1986 New York Mets Boston Red Sox 1 W 8-5 
8. Bret Saberhagen  1985 Kansas City Royals St. Louis Cardinals 9 W 11-0 
9. Joaquin Andujar  1982 St. Louis Cardinals Milwaukee Brewers 7 W 6-3 
10. Grant Jackson  1979 Pittsburgh Pirates Baltimore Orioles 2.2 W 4-1 
11. Clay Carroll  1975 Cincinnati Reds Boston Red Sox 2 W 4-3 
12. Ken Holtzman  1973 Oakland A’s New York Mets 5.1 W 5-2 
13. Catfish Hunter  1972 Oakland A’s Cincinnati Reds 2.2 W 3-2 
14. Steve Blass  1971 Pittsburgh Pirates Baltimore Orioles 9 W 2-1 
15. Mickey Lolich  1968 Detroit Tigers St. Louis Cardinals 9 W 4-1 
16. Bob Gibson  1967 St. Louis Cardinals Boston Red Sox 9 W 7-2 
17. Sandy Koufax  1965 Los Angeles Dodgers Minnesota Twins 9 W 2-0 
18. Bob Gibson  1964 St. Louis Cardinals New York Yankees 9 W 7-5 
19. Ralph Terry  1962 New York Yankees San Francisco Giants 9 W 1-0 
20. Harvey Haddix  1960 Pittsburgh Pirates New York Yankees 1 W 10-9 
21. Bob Turley  1958 New York Yankees Milwaukee Braves 6.2 W 6-2 
22. Lew Burdette  1957 Milwaukee Braves New York Yankees 9 W 5-0 
23. Johnny Kucks  1956 New York Yankees Brooklyn Dodgers 9 W 9-0 
24. Johnny Podres  1955 Brooklyn Dodgers New York Yankees 9 W 2-0 
25. Allie Reynolds  1952 New York Yankees Brooklyn Dodgers 3 W 4-2 
26. Joe Page  1947 New York Yankees Brooklyn Dodgers 5 W 5-2 
27. Harry Brecheen  1946 St. Louis Cardinals Boston Red Sox 2 W 4-3 
28. Hal Newhouser  1945 Detroit Tigers Chicago Cubs 9 W 9-3 
29. Paul Derringer  1940 Cincinnati Reds Detroit Tigers 9 W 2-1 
30. Dizzy Dean  1934 St. Louis Cardinals Detroit Tigers 9 W 11-0 
31. Burleigh Grimes  1931 St. Louis Cardinals Philadelphia A’s 8.2 W 4-2 
32. Jesse Haines  1926 St. Louis Cardinals New York Yankees 6.2 W 3-2 
33. Ray Kremer  1925 Pittsburgh Pirates Washington Senators I 4 W 9-7 
34. Walter Johnson  1924 Washington Senators I New York Giants 4 W 4-3 
35. Jeff Tesreau  1912 New York Giants Boston Red Sox 9 W 11-4 
36. Babe Adams  1909 Pittsburgh Pirates Detroit Tigers 9 W 8-0 

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