The 1907 World Series was a best-of-seven series between the Chicago Cubs and the Detroit Tigers. The Cubs had won the National League pennant, while the Tigers had won the American League pennant. The series was won by the Cubs in five games, with the Cubs' pitching staff limiting the Tigers to just one run in the entire series. The Cubs' pitching was led by future Hall of Famer Mordecai Brown, who won two games. The Cubs' offense was led by future Hall of Famers Frank Chance and Joe Tinker. The series was the first to be played between two teams from different leagues. It was also the first World Series to feature a shutout, which was accomplished by the Cubs' Ed Reulbach in Game 2. The series marked the first time the Cubs had won the World Series, and they would go on to win two more in 1908 and 1910.