May 22, 1930: Phillies finally beat Giants on Chuck Klein's home run

The Philadelphia Phillies had lost all six games they had played…

June 23, 1930: Hack Wilson hits for the cycle as Cubs pound Phillies

In a Monday-afternoon game at Wrigley Field, the “Cubs buried…

July 13, 1930: Thou shalt not ... Cubs rally scrubbed by Boston's Sunday law

The clock didn’t exactly strike midnight for the Chicago Cubs,…

August 21, 1930: Chick Hafey hits for the cycle as Cardinals pound Phillies

On this steamy August afternoon, the bespectacled outfielder…

August 28, 1930: Cardinals edge Cubs in 20 innings as pennant race tightens

Opening a four-game series at Wrigley Field, the St. Louis Cardinals…

September 8, 1930: Old-timers make history in charity game at Braves Field

The romantic affection which Boston always has for the players…

September 28, 1930: Comeback Cubs prevail as Hack Wilson sets RBI mark

It is often said in sports that records are meant to be broken.…

April 29, 1931: Wes Ferrell homers, no-hits Browns in Cleveland

The 1931 baseball season was nearly two weeks old and the eight…

May 18, 1931: White Sox's six-run rally in 9th trims Red Sox

“With an unmistakable defeat about to engulf them,” the Chicago…

June 20, 1931: Boston Braves celebrate Fred Hoey Day

My dear Mr. Whitman, While "days" for baseball players are in…

June 20, 1931: Old Pete brings night baseball to Jamestown

On the evening of June 20, 1931, in Jamestown, North Dakota,…

July 12, 1931: Cardinals set doubles record with assist from St. Louis crowd

Fans began arriving at Dodier Street and Grand Boulevard shortly…

August 8, 1931: Bobby Burke throws only Senators no-hitter at Griffith Stadium

Griffith Stadium was the home of the Washington Senators from…
Gabby Street (TRADING CARD DB)

September 20, 1931: Cardinals' Gabby Street returns to field after 19 seasons

Charles Evard Street’s long winding path to St Louis had a…

October 1, 1931: Lefty Grove, A's subdue Cardinals in opening game of World Series

Anticipation of the 1931 World Series steadily peaked all summer…

October 9, 1931: A's Lefty Grove stymies Redbirds again in Game 6

The day before Game Six of the 1931 World Series, more than 500…

October 10, 1931: Revenge is sweet for Cardinals in Game 7, even without Pepper

Gabby Street wanted revenge, so he went to the firm of Hallahan…