The fastballs aren't the only things hitting triple digits at the World Series.
This Fall Classic is going to feel like summer.
The Los Angeles Dodgers and Houston Astros will meet on what's expected to be a 100-degree Tuesday at Dodger Stadium, beginning possibly the warmest World Series ever.
An October heat wave slugged Southern California on Monday, with the temperature reaching 104 degrees shortly after lunchtime in Chavez Ravine. It was still blazing when the Dodgers and Astros showed up at Dodger Stadium for brief late-afternoon workouts that stretched into the early evening.
The heat isn't likely to bother the players much: Both of these warm-weather...