1930 MLB Season

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1930 MLB Season Summary

Who won the 1930 World Series?

The 1930 World Series winner was the Philadelphia Athletics, who defeated the St. Louis Cardinals in 6 games. The final game was on on Oct 8, 1930, in which the Athletics won 7-1 at home.

When was the 1930 World Series?

The 1930 World Series started on Oct 1, 1930 and ended on Oct 8, 1930, lasting 6 games.

Which MLB team had the best regular season record in 1930?

The Philadelphia Athletics had the best regular season record in the 1930 MLB season at 102-52.

Which MLB team had the best run differential in the 1930 regular season?

The St. Louis Cardinals had the best run differential in the 1930 regular season at +220 runs.

Which MLB team had the worst run differential in the 1930 regular season?

The Philadelphia Phillies had the worst run differential in the 1930 regular season at -255 runs.

Which MLB team had the most runs per game in the 1930 regular season?

The New York Yankees had the most runs per game in the 1930 regular season at 6.90 RPG.

Which MLB team allowed the fewest runs per game in the 1930 regular season?

The Washington Senators allowed the fewest runs per game in the 1930 regular season at 4.47 runs allowed per game.

1930 MLB Standings

Team Record Streak Run Diff Playoff Result
1 Philadelphia Athletics 102-52 L2 +200 Won WS
2 Washington Senators 94-60 W2 +203
3 St. Louis Cardinals 92-62 W1 +220 Lost WS
4 Chicago Cubs 90-64 W6 +128
5 New York Giants 87-67 W3 +145
6 New York Yankees 86-68 W2 +164
Brooklyn Robins 86-68 W1 +133
8 Cleveland Indians 81-73 W1 -25
9 Pittsburgh Pirates 80-74 L1 -37
10 Detroit Tigers 75-79 L2 -50
11 Boston Braves 70-84 L1 -142
12 St. Louis Browns 64-90 L1 -135
13 Chicago White Sox 62-92 W2 -155
14 Cincinnati Reds 59-95 L5 -192
15 Boston Red Sox 52-102 L2 -202
Philadelphia Phillies 52-102 L2 -255

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