The 1915 World Series featured the Boston Red Sox and the Philadelphia Phillies. The Red Sox, led by pitcher Babe Ruth, swept the series in four games. Ruth pitched a complete game shutout in the first game and pitched a complete game victory in the fourth game. He also had a strong offensive performance, hitting .313 and driving in two runs. The Phillies were led by Gavvy Cravath, who hit a home run in the fourth game. The Red Sox won the series 4-1, with two of the games being shutouts. It was the first of three consecutive World Series championships for the Red Sox.