Temperature at first pitch of World Series reaches record 103 degrees

Thermometers read 103 degrees at first pitch of the World Series in Los Angeles between the Dodgers and the Houston Astroson Tuesday night. The Dodgers won, 3-1, in two hours and 28 minutes, the shortest World Series game since 1992.

The 103-degree temperature is the warmest on record in World Series history.

Prior to Tuesday, the only games with a first-pitch temperature above 90 degrees were Games 1 and 6 of the 2001 World Series atArizona.

The temperature was 94 degrees for Game 1 that year in Phoenix, and 91 degrees for Game 6.
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