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The MLB has stated that officially the temperature at Sunday's game betweenDenver and Philadelphia was 35 at first pitch. That tied the coldest postseasongame temperature in Cleveland with the Indians and Marlins during Game 4 of theWorld Series in 1997.Controversy over that game temperature has erupted, and AccuWeather.combelieves the 35-degree game time temperature is correct. The officialtemperature taken at the Denver airport was 30 degrees at 8 p.m. MDT.

However, the MesoWest stations located within blocks of the stadium recordedtemperatures of 32.9 degrees and 32.6 degrees at 8 p.m. The one station thatrecorded the 32.6 degrees is located six blocks southeast of the stadium andthe station that recorded the 32.9 degree temperature is located 8 blockssouthwest of the stadium.

The temperature of 35 degrees within the stadium is probably correct, given thenumber of people in the stadium, lighting and field temperatures, which all canaffect the temperature within the stadium. meteorologists believe the temperature is correct and the gametied the coldest temperature postseason game.

If Coors Field has a mountain logo, it will likely turn blue as players andfans alike will face unseasonable cold again tonight for Game 4 of the NationalLeague Division Series.

Game 4 is scheduled to start at 4:07 p.m. MDT, and so far the Colorado Rockieshave gotten the cold shoulder losing two of of three matchups against thePhiladelphia Phillies. That could all change tonight, although the weather willnot. meteorologists have forecast a RealFeel temperature of only 39with partly sunny skies, so bundle up if you're on the way to the stadium.

If a Game 5 is necessary, play will resume Tuesday night at 8:07 EDT atCitizens Bank Park in Philadelphia. Skies are forecast to be clear with arelatively balmy RealFeel temperature of 52 degrees.

Story by Expert Senior Meteorologist Henry Margusity's Heidi Cole