The gametime temperature in Detroit Sunday night was listed at 42 degrees, but back on October 12, 1909 Game 4 of the World Series at Detroit's Bennett Park was recording a gametime temperature of 34 degrees according to the New York Times report of the day.
Apparently, cold weather and the Tigers agree with each other as Detroit won that day 5-0 behind a five-hit shutout by George Mullin, who also struck out 10 Pirates.
It was also the first game in the majors to have four umpires. Bill Klem worked the plate, Billy Evans worked the bases, while Silk O'Laughlin and Jim Johnstone worked the outfield lines. Temporary seating used in Game 2 at Forbes Field had made it difficult for a two-man crew to call fair/foul balls down the lines and it was decided that it was best to use the four umpires available to help out.
The Pirates didn't seem to enjoy the frigid weather much, making six errors.
Game 5 was played in Pittsburgh the next day in weather estimated between 35 and 40 degrees. Pittsburgh won that one 8-4 thanks in part to a 3-run homer by player-manager Fred Clarke that bounced over the fence (which counted as a home run at the time).
Game 6 was back in Detroit one day later and Mullin won again for the Tigers 5-4 in temperatures estimated at 40 degrees.
There was one day off before Game 7 in Detroit to let the Tigers try to sell tickets (the site wasn't determined until after Game 5). It was the first time the World Series had reached its limit (the 1903 series went 8 games, but was best of 9), and the Pirates, behind rookie Babe Adams, shut out the Tigers, 8-0. The thermometer managed to hit 50 for the game, but only 17,562 fans paid to get in to Bennett Park.