1930 was the Year of the Hitter, and it not only drove pitchers crazy, it drove their ERAs through the roof, as senior circuit batters hit .303 collectively, resulting in a 4.97 league-wide ERA. The club from the Quaker City finished with a 6.97 ERA, the highest in baseball history. Over in the junior circuit, a lower league average of .288 translated into an ERA of 4.65.
This means that batting ratings are as high in the set as you may ever see, while the pitching ratings will leave you screaming for an M pitcher.
If you love scoring, you’ll love the 1930 season set from SherCo and Hot Stove Games!