1930 St. Louis Browns Schedule

Baseball Almanac is pleased to present a comprehensive team schedule for the 1930 St. Louis Browns with dates for every game played, opponents faced, a final score, and a cumulative record for the 1930 season.

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1930 St. Louis Browns

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Complete Schedule

1
3-6
L
0-1
2
1-6
L
0-2
3
7-2
W
1-2
4
2-3
L
1-3
5
5-4
W
2-3
6
5-1
W
3-3
7
12-4
W
4-3
8
4-2
W
5-3
9
12-0
W
6-3
10
1-2
L
6-4
11
1-3
L
6-5
12
4-6
L
6-6
13
3-6
L
6-7
14
5-13
L
6-8
15
4-2
W
7-8
16
8-6
W
8-8
17
3-4
L
8-9
18
1-4
L
8-10
19
2-1
W
9-10
20
3-7
L
9-11
21
2-5
L
9-12
22
0-2
L
9-13
23
1-2
L
9-14
24
3-2
W
10-14
25
1-4
L
10-15
26
7-12
L
10-16
27-I
4-5
L
10-17
28-II
2-4
L
10-18
29
8-2
W
11-18
30
6-5
W
12-18
31
3-2
W
13-18
32
5-4
W
14-18
33
2-5
L
14-19
34
8-9
L
14-20
35
3-7
L
14-21
36
11-16
L
14-22
37
4-2
W
15-22
38-I
4-7
L
15-23
39-II
4-3
W
16-23
40
3-2
W
17-23
41
5-8
L
17-24
42
1-4
L
17-25
43
3-4
L
17-26
44
6-5
W
18-26
45
4-5
L
18-27
46
5-12
L
18-28
47
5-4
W
19-28
48
5-8
L
19-29
49
3-5
L
19-30
50
6-5
W
20-30
51
1-0
W
21-30
52
5-4
W
22-30
53
3-2
W
23-30
54
7-9
L
23-31
55
12-9
W
24-31
56
1-4
L
24-32
57
4-3
W
25-32
58
2-3
L
25-33
59-I
4-5
L
25-34
60-II
5-2
W
26-34
61-I
0-15
L
26-35
62-II
10-6
W
27-35
63-I
4-5
L
27-36
64-II
4-16
L
27-37
65
3-8
L
27-38
66-I
8-2
W
28-38
67-II
3-8
L
28-39
68
5-6
L
28-40
69
6-3
W
29-40
70
1-2
L
29-41
71-I
4-5
L
29-42
72-II
3-5
L
29-43
73-I
11-3
W
30-43
74-II
4-6
L
30-44
75
1-8
L
30-45
76
0-7
L
30-46
77
6-1
W
31-46
78
6-12
L
31-47
79
5-9
L
31-48
80
7-6
W
32-48
81
3-5
L
32-49
82
7-15
L
32-50
83
1-12
L
32-51
84
7-9
L
32-52
85
6-11
L
32-53
86
1-2
L
32-54
87
7-16
L
32-55
88
14-6
W
33-55
89
7-13
L
33-56
90
8-6
W
34-56
91
6-4
W
35-56
92
3-1
W
36-56
93
9-10
L
36-57
94
5-8
L
36-58
95
6-3
W
37-58
96
6-3
W
38-58
97-I
10-9
W
39-58
98-II
9-6
W
40-58
99
5-6
L
40-59
100
2-6
L
40-60
101-I
3-2
W
41-60
102-II
6-1
W
42-60
103-I
2-10
L
42-61
104-II
0-1
L
42-62
105
3-6
L
42-63
106
4-12
L
42-64
107
14-6
W
43-64
108
2-5
L
43-65
109-I
5-0
W
44-65
110-II
2-5
L
44-66
111
3-5
L
44-67
112
8-9
L
44-68
113
11-14
L
44-69
114
10-5
W
45-69
115
4-5
L
45-70
116
7-2
W
46-70
117
0-3
L
46-71
118
2-4
L
46-72
119
4-6
L
46-73
120
7-0
W
47-73
121
4-14
L
47-74
122
2-5
L
47-75
123
4-3
W
48-75
124
0-2
L
48-76
125
7-5
W
49-76
126
5-7
L
49-77
127
5-0
W
50-77
128
9-1
W
51-77
129
9-6
W
52-77
130
6-5
W
53-77
131
6-17
L
53-78
132-I
8-13
L
53-79
133-II
5-9
L
53-80
134
3-4
L
53-81
135
4-8
L
53-82
136
4-8
L
53-83
137
9-6
W
54-83
138
4-8
L
54-84
139
3-2
W
55-84
140
7-4
W
56-84
141
5-4
W
57-84
142-I
5-4
W
58-84
143-II
5-2
W
59-84
144-I
3-1
W
60-84
145-II
1-2
L
60-85
146
10-19
L
60-86
147
9-8
W
61-86
148
6-7
L
61-87
149
4-1
W
62-87
150-I
8-4
W
63-87
151-II
4-10
L
63-88
152
7-9
L
63-89
153-I
11-5
W
64-89
154-II
5-15
L
64-90
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The 1930 St. Louis Browns (click team name for complete roster) home / road splits for the regular season were 38-40 (0.487 winning percentage) at home and 26-50 (0.342 winning percentage) away.

Did you know that the 1930 St. Louis Browns were 12-18 in June? We hope you enjoy using the charts below to review other similar schedule splits:

Monthly Splits
Month (Games) Won Lost WP
April (13) 6 7 0.462
May (27) 11 16 0.407
June (30) 12 18 0.400
July (34) 13 21 0.382
August (27) 11 16 0.407
September (23) 11 12 0.478
Team vs Team Splits
Opponent (Games) Won Lost WP
Boston Red Sox (22) 13 9 0.591
Chicago White Sox (22) 10 12 0.455
Cleveland Indians (22) 6 16 0.273
Detroit Tigers (22) 11 11 0.500
New York Yankees (22) 6 16 0.273
Philadelphia Athletics (22) 6 16 0.273
Washington Senators (22) 12 10 0.545
Score Related Splits
Type (Games) Won Lost WP
Shutouts (11) 5 6 0.455
1-Run Games (47) 24 23 0.511
Blowouts (42) 17 25 0.405

During the regular season the 1930 St. Louis Browns scored the most runs (14) on July 18, 1930 versus the New York Yankees. The most runs scored against them (19) was played on September 16, 1930 versus the New York Yankees.

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