1930 St. Louis Browns Pitching Stats

The 1930 St. Louis Browns pitching stats seen on this page include pitching stats for every player who appeared in a game during the 1930 season. Wins, losses, earned runs, innings pitched, saves and more pitching data is included for every pitcher on the 1930 St. Louis Browns. Every pitcher's name links to their career statistics.

NOTE: You can easily SORT the pitching stats on the table by simply clicking on the title of the pitching stat. Example, click GS (games started) and the fielding stat sorts from least to greatest. Click it again, greatest to least.

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"What I really was in the majors was the All-American louse. I broke up four no-hit games and each time I felt like a heel." - Rip Collins

1930 St. Louis Browns Pitching Stats

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Sortable Pitching Stats for the 1930 St. Louis Browns (click any stat to sort)

Blaeholder, George George Blaeholder
37
23
11
13
.458
4.61
4
191.1
235
98
119
20
46
70
Coffman, Dick Dick Coffman
38
30
8
18
.308
5.14
1
196.0
250
112
134
14
69
54
Collins, Rip Rip Collins
35
20
9
7
.563
4.35
2
171.2
168
83
90
11
63
75
Crowder, Alvin Alvin Crowder
13
10
3
7
.300
4.66
1
77.1
85
40
43
11
27
42
Gray, Sam Sam Gray
27
24
4
15
.211
6.28
0
167.2
215
117
143
17
52
51
Holshouser, Herm Herm Holshouser
25
1
0
1
.000
7.80
1
62.1
103
54
63
8
28
37
Kimsey, Chad Chad Kimsey
42
4
6
10
.375
6.35
1
113.1
139
80
87
8
45
32
Stewart, Lefty Lefty Stewart
35
33
20
12
.625
3.45
0
271.0
281
104
119
21
70
79
Stiely, Fred Fred Stiely
4
2
0
1
.000
8.53
0
19.0
27
18
21
4
8
5
Stiles, Rollie Rollie Stiles
20
7
3
6
.333
5.91
0
102.0
136
67
77
10
41
25

1930 St. Louis Browns Pitching Stats

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Which pitchers from the 2013 Boston Red Sox were their primary starters, closers and relievers? SP Dick Coffman , SP Rip Collins , SP Sam Gray , SP Lefty Stewart , RP Herm Holshouser , RP Chad Kimsey , RP Rollie Stiles , CL George Blaeholder .

Earned run average (ERA) is the mean of earned runs given up by a pitcher per nine innings pitched (i.e. the traditional length of a game). It is determined by dividing the number of earned runs allowed by the number of innings pitched and multiplying by nine. Runs resulting from defensive errors (including pitchers' defensive errors) are recorded as unearned runs and are not used to determine ERA.

In our pitching charts section you can click daily updated charts that include the Top 1,000 Winningest Pitchers , the Top 1,000 Strikeout Pitchers , the Top 1,000 Save Leaders , and many more pitching charts .

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