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1930 Philadelphia Phillies
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 1930 Philadelphia Phillies / Franchise: Philadelphia Phillies / BR Team Page
Managed by Burt Shotton
 History, Comments, Contributions
• The 1930 Philadelphia Phillies may have hit .315, but when you adjust for their ballpark (Baker Bowl), it turns out that they had a below-average offense relative to the league...the forthcoming Ultimate Team Encyclopedia pegs their adjusted offensive production at 7% below league average.
• In road games, the 1930 Phillies scored only 5.08 runs/game, about 9% below the league average (5.57). Their pitchers allowed 7.03 runs/game, which was a good bit better than they did at home, but was still the worst league runs allowed/game by almost seven-tenths of a run.
• The '30 Phillies are only one of six teams to win fewer than half their games when scoring five or more runs (42-48, .467). By contrast, the overall winning percentage of teams from 1901-2004 when scoring five or more runs is .779. (Don Malcolm)
• The 1930 Phillies featured Les Sweetland, who holds the record for highest ERA among players who qualified. He gave up 7.71 earned runs per nine innings in 1930.