Trivia: Who pitched the only perfect game in World Series history?
Correct Answer: Don Larsen
So why is this answer correct? : When New York Yankees pitcher Don Larsen took the mound against the Brooklyn Dodgers in Game 5 of the 1956 World Series, he was nearing the end of his fourth MLB season. His career to that point had been unremarkable, but on that day, October 8, 1956, he did what no one else had done before — or has done since — and pitched the first (and so far only) perfect game in World Series history. Twenty-seven batters from the Dodgers’ star lineup stepped up to the plate, only to return to the dugout without a hit or even a walk. The Yankees won 2-0.