On October 22, 1997 — 1997 – The snow flurries and 38-degree game time temperature in Cleveland make it the coldest World Series in major league history, while home runs by Manny Ramirez and Matt Williams make it a long night for the Florida Marlins. Jaret Wright outdistances Tony Saunders, 10 – 3, in Game 4 in a battle of rookie pitchers.

 


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Sources:
Baseball Reference October 22
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