The Giants pitched around Babe Ruth and scored just enough runs to win each of the games outside of the Game 2 tie.
- By 1922, the term "World Series" was frequently used as opposed to "World's Series".
- Game 2, a tie called on account of darkness, produced such an uproar that Baseball Commissioner Kenesaw Mountain Landis ordered the gate receipts turned over to charity.
- Every game was played at the Polo Grounds with the home team alternating.
- This was Giants' manager John McGraw's final Series win.
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