Wednesday November 2nd, 2016

On Wednesday, one of the two longest World Series droughts in MLB will end when the Cubs face the Indians in Game 7 of the World Series. 

Chicago's drought currently stands at 108 seasons, while the Indians' dry spell is currently 68 seasons. 

What about the rest of MLB? Here's a look at the longest World Series droughts in baseball. An asterisk indicates a team that has never won the World Series. 

1. Chicago Cubs, 108 seasons (Last championship 1908)

2. Cleveland Indians, 68 seasons (Last championship 1948)

3. Texas Rangers, 56 seasons*

4. Houston Astros, 55 seasons*

5. Milwaukee Brewers, 48 seasons*

6. San Diego Padres, 48 seasons*

7. Washington Nationals/Montreal Expos, 48 seasons*

8. Seattle Mariners, 40 seasons*

9. Pittsburgh Pirates, 37 seasons

10. Baltimore Orioles, 33 seasons

11. Detroit Tigers, 32 seasons

12. New York Mets, 30 seasons

13. Los Angeles Dodgers, 28 seasons

14. Oakland Athletics, 27 seasons

15. Cincinnati Reds, 26 seasons

16. Minnesota Twins, 25 seasons

17. Colorado Rockies, 24 seasons*

18. Toronto Blue Jays, 23 seasons

19. Atlanta Braves, 21 seasons

20. Tampa Bay Rays, 19 seasons*

21. Arizona Diamondbacks, 15 seasons

22. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, 14 seasons

23. Miami Marlins, 13 seasons

24. Chicago White Sox, 11 seasons

25. Philadelphia Phillies, 8 seasons

26. New York Yankees, 7 seasons

27. St. Louis Cardinals, 5 seasons

28. Boston Red Sox, 3 seasons

29. San Francisco Giants, 2 seasons

30. Kansas City Royals, 1 season

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