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The 1930 International League season marked the third of four straight titles for the Rochester Red Wings. Rochester's Ripper Collins won his second consecutive RBI title, setting a new IL record in the process (180) while Baltimore's Joe Hauser cracked 63 home runs, also an IL record that has never been broken. Hauser shattered Bill Kelly's record of 44. The records were appropriate in that 1930 could be considered the peak of the live ball era with Bill Terry getting a record 254 hits and Hack Wilson a NL-record 56 home runs, both of which stood for decades.

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[edit] Final standings

W L Pct. GB Manager Affiliation
Rochester Red Wings 105 62 .629 -- Billy Southworth St. Louis Cardinals
Baltimore Orioles 97 70 .581 7 Fritz Maisel
Montreal Royals 96 72 .571 9.5 Ed Holly
Toronto Maple Leafs 87 80 .521 18 Steve O'Neill
Newark Bears 80 88 .476 25.5 Tris Speaker/Al Mamaux
Buffalo Bisons 74 91 .448 30 Bill Clymer/Jimmy Cooney
Reading Keystones 68 98 .410 36.5 Harry Hinchman Chicago Cubs
Jersey City Skeeters 59 105 .360 44.5 Nick Allen/Joe Tinker

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