Which year did a work stoppage cancel the World Series?
The 1994 World Series was canceled when the players went out on
strike for 232 days. It was the eighth work stoppage in baseball
history. The cancellation of the 1994 World Series was the first
The 1904 World Series was canceled because of a dispute between
American League president Ban Johnson, and New York Giants Manager
John J. McGraw, and John T. Brush, the Giants' owner.