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CocoVail Presents: MLB in Barcelona

April 6, 2020

Looking for a place to watch MLB in Barcelona? CocoVail now streams selected games during the season and playoffs.

While many night games have a significant time difference and are played during closing hours, there are still plenty of bouts to watch throughout the year. The 2019 / 2020 season is going on currently. Who do you have winning it all this year?

Watch Baseball in Barcelona

This Week's MLB Games in Barcelona: MLB Playoff games will be on at CocoVail during opening hours (till 2:30 am).

Request specific MLB games by calling +34 937 822 479 or contact us directly

Watch College World Series in Barcelona

This Week's College World Series of Baseball Games in Barcelona: We'll broadcast the 2020 series in June.

The College World Series is the biggest tournament of the year for the aspiring and rising stars of baseball on the college scene. See the full tournament schedule here.

History of Baseball 101

Fun Fact: There are 162 games played per team, per season. That's a total of 2,430 regular season games, plus the additional games of the postseason. In the words of AC, "insane"!

Baseball is inspired by cricket, which dates as far back as the 16th century. Did you know that baseball was created in the summer of 1839 by a man named Abner Doubleday in Cooperstown, NY? Furthermore, Abner Doubleday went on to become an American Civil War hero. You can't get more American than that, can you? Seriously, even Abraham Lincoln looks like a complete foreigner compared to someone with those stats in his bio.

Okay, Abe is a far stretch, but you get the point: Mr Doubleday is as American as The Star Spangled Banner itself. It is also important to state that the origins of America's Greatest Pastime are highly debated among baseball aficionados. Then again there are people who debate that the Earth is flat, so we humans are basically inclined to create arguments out of anything. The fact of the matter is that it makes for a nice story, so we can leave it as that until Mr Doubleday's spirit visits all of us personally in our dreams.

Major League Baseball in Barcelona Presented by CocoVail MLB in Barcelona

List of MLB World Series Champions

History of World Series Matchups

YearWinnerRunner-UpSeries*AL — American League*NL — National League1903Boston Americans (AL)Pittsburgh Pirates (NL)5–31904No Series Played1905New York Giants (NL)Philadelphia Athletics (AL)4–11906Chicago White Sox (AL)Chicago Cubs (NL)4–21907Chicago Cubs (NL)Detroit Tigers (AL)4–01908Chicago Cubs (NL)Detroit Tigers (AL)4–11909Pittsburgh Pirates (NL)Detroit Tigers (AL)4–31910Philadelphia Athletics (AL)Chicago Cubs (NL)4–11911Philadelphia Athletics (AL)New York Giants (NL)4–21912Boston Red Sox (AL)New York Giants (NL)4–31913Philadelphia Athletics (AL)New York Giants (NL)4–11914Boston Braves (NL)Philadelphia Athletics (AL)4–01915Boston Red Sox (AL)Philadelphia Phillies (NL)4–11916Boston Red Sox (AL)Brooklyn Robins (NL)4–11917Chicago White Sox (AL)New York Giants (NL)4–21918Boston Red Sox (AL)Chicago Cubs (NL)4–21919Cincinnati Reds (NL)Chicago White Sox (AL)5–31920Cleveland Indians (AL)Brooklyn Robins (NL)5–21921New York Giants (NL)New York Yankees (AL)5–31922New York Giants (NL)New York Yankees (AL)4–01923New York Yankees (AL)New York Giants (NL)4–21924Washington Senators (AL)New York Giants (NL)4–31925Pittsburgh Pirates (NL)Washington Senators (AL)4–31926St. Louis Cardinals (NL)New York Yankees (AL)4–31927New York Yankees (AL)Pittsburgh Pirates (NL)4–01928New York Yankees (AL)St. Louis Cardinals (NL)4–01929Philadelphia Athletics (AL)Chicago Cubs (NL)4–11930Philadelphia Athletics (AL)St. Louis Cardinals (NL)4–21931St. Louis Cardinals (NL)Philadelphia Athletics (AL)4–31932New York Yankees (AL)Chicago Cubs (NL)4–01933New York Giants (NL)Washington Senators (AL)4–11934St. Louis Cardinals (NL)Detroit Tigers (AL)4–31935Detroit Tigers (AL)Chicago Cubs (NL)4–21936New York Yankees (AL)New York Giants (NL)4–21937New York Yankees (AL)New York Giants (NL)4–11938New York Yankees (AL)Chicago Cubs (NL)4–01939New York Yankees (AL)Cincinnati Reds (NL)4–01940Cincinnati Reds (NL)Detroit Tigers (AL)4–31941New York Yankees (AL)Brooklyn Dodgers (NL)4–11942St. Louis Cardinals (NL)New York Yankees (AL)4–11943New York Yankees (AL)St. Louis Cardinals (NL)4–11944St. Louis Cardinals (NL)St. Louis Browns (AL)4–21945Detroit Tigers (AL)Chicago Cubs (NL)4–31946St. Louis Cardinals (NL)Boston Red Sox (AL)4–31947New York Yankees (AL)Brooklyn Dodgers (NL)4–31948Cleveland Indians (AL)Boston Braves (NL)4–21949New York Yankees (AL)Brooklyn Dodgers (NL)4–11950New York Yankees (AL)Philadelphia Phillies (NL)4–01951New York Yankees (AL)New York Giants (NL)4–21952New York Yankees (AL)Brooklyn Dodgers (NL)4–31953New York Yankees (AL)Brooklyn Dodgers (NL)4–21954New York Giants (NL)Cleveland Indians (AL)4–01955Brooklyn Dodgers (NL)New York Yankees (AL)4–31956New York Yankees (AL)Brooklyn Dodgers (NL)4–31957Milwaukee Braves (NL)New York Yankees (AL)4–31958New York Yankees (AL)Milwaukee Braves (NL)4–31959Los Angeles Dodgers (NL)Chicago White Sox (AL)4–21960Pittsburgh Pirates (NL)New York Yankees (AL)4–31961New York Yankees (AL)Cincinnati Reds (NL)4–11962New York Yankees (AL)San Francisco Giants (NL)4–31963Los Angeles Dodgers (NL)New York Yankees (AL)4–01964St. Louis Cardinals (NL)New York Yankees (AL)4–31965Los Angeles Dodgers (NL)Minnesota Twins (AL)4–31966Baltimore Orioles (AL)Los Angeles Dodgers (NL)4–01967St. Louis Cardinals (NL)Boston Red Sox (AL)4–31968Detroit Tigers (AL)St. Louis Cardinals (NL)4–31969New York Mets (NL)Baltimore Orioles (AL)4–11970Baltimore Orioles (AL)Cincinnati Reds (NL)4–11971Pittsburgh Pirates (NL)Baltimore Orioles (AL)4–31972Oakland Athletics (AL)Cincinnati Reds (NL)4–31973Oakland Athletics (AL)New York Mets (NL)4–31974Oakland Athletics (AL)Los Angeles Dodgers (NL)4–11975Cincinnati Reds (NL)Boston Red Sox (AL)4–31976Cincinnati Reds (NL)New York Yankees (AL)4–01977New York Yankees (AL)Los Angeles Dodgers (NL)4–21978New York Yankees (AL)Los Angeles Dodgers (NL)4–21979Pittsburgh Pirates (NL)Baltimore Orioles (AL)4–31980Philadelphia Phillies (NL)Kansas City Royals (AL)4–21981Los Angeles Dodgers (NL)New York Yankees (AL)4–21982St. Louis Cardinals (NL)Milwaukee Brewers (AL)4–31983Baltimore Orioles (AL)Philadelphia Phillies (NL)4–11984Detroit Tigers (AL)San Diego Padres (NL)4–11985Kansas City Royals (AL)St. Louis Cardinals (NL)4–31986New York Mets (NL)Boston Red Sox (AL)4–31987Minnesota Twins (AL)St. Louis Cardinals (NL)4–31988Los Angeles Dodgers (NL)Oakland Athletics (AL)4–11989Oakland Athletics (AL)San Francisco Giants (NL)4–01990Cincinnati Reds (NL)Oakland Athletics (AL)4–01991Minnesota Twins (AL)Atlanta Braves (NL)4–31992Toronto Blue Jays (AL)Atlanta Braves (NL)4–21993Toronto Blue Jays (AL)Philadelphia Phillies (NL)4–21994not held1995Atlanta Braves (NL)Cleveland Indians (AL)4–21996New York Yankees (AL)Atlanta Braves (NL)4–21997Florida Marlins (NL)Cleveland Indians (AL)4–31998New York Yankees (AL)San Diego Padres (NL)4–01999New York Yankees (AL)Atlanta Braves (NL)4–02000New York Yankees (AL)New York Mets (NL)4–12001Arizona Diamondbacks (NL)New York Yankees (AL)4–32002Anaheim Angels (AL)San Francisco Giants (NL)4–32003Florida Marlins (NL)New York Yankees (AL)4–22004Boston Red Sox (AL)St. Louis Cardinals (NL)4–02005Chicago White Sox (AL)Houston Astros (NL)4–02006St. Louis Cardinals (NL)Detroit Tigers (AL)4–12007Boston Red Sox (AL)Colorado Rockies (NL)4–02008Philadelphia Phillies (NL)Tampa Bay Rays (AL)4–12009New York Yankees (AL)Philadelphia Phillies (NL)4–22010San Francisco Giants (NL)Texas Rangers (AL)4–12011St. Louis Cardinals (NL)Texas Rangers (AL)4–32012San Francisco Giants (NL)Detroit Tigers (AL)4–02013Boston Red Sox (AL)St. Louis Cardinals (NL)4–22014San Francisco Giants (NL)Kansas City Royals (AL)4–32015Kansas City Royals (AL)New York Mets (NL)4–12016Chicago Cubs (NL)Cleveland Indians (AL)4–32017Houston Astros (AL)Los Angeles Dodgers (NL)4–32018Boston Red Sox (AL)Los Angeles Dodgers (NL)4–1

Watch MLB in Barcelona

If you have a particular game in mind that you'd like to see during our working hours, contact us. We will do our best to accommodate. Our mantra is for you to feel at home, so we will try to make it happen for you. Cheers! #feelathome