1930 Major League Baseball season
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This article is about the 1930 Major League Baseball season only. For information on all of baseball, see 1930 in baseball.
The 1930 Major League Baseball season.
Major league baseball final standings
American League final standings
|3rd||New York Yankees||86||68||.558||16.0|
|6th||St. Louis Browns||64||90||.416||38.0|
|7th||Chicago White Sox||62||92||.403||40.0|
|8th||Boston Red Sox||52||102||.338||50.0|
National League final standings
|1st||St. Louis Cardinals||92||62||.597||–|
|3rd||New York Giants||87||67||.565||5.0|
MLB statistical leaders
- On consecutive days in July 1930, the Philadelphia Phillies manages to score 15 runs in a game, but were losers in both games. On July 23, the Phillies lost to the Pittsburgh Pirates 16–15, and on July 24, they lost to the Chicago Cubs 19–15. The July 24 game still holds the record for the most runs scored in a game without a home run.
- "Worst Pitching Staff Ever". goldenrankings.com. Retrieved 29 November 2014.
- "34 Runs With Only Two Extra-Base Hits". goldenrankings.com. Retrieved 29 November 2014.
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