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Boston Red Sox Brooklyn Dodgers Boston Braves Chicago White Sox Chicago Cubs Cincinnati Reds Cleveland Indians Detroit Tigers New York Giants New York Yankees Philadelphia Athletics Philadelphia Phillies Pittsburgh Pirates St. Louis Browns St. Louis Cardinals Washington Senators IN THE NEWS: Hack Wilson, who set the NL home run and ML RBI records for the Cubs in 1930, signs with them for $35,000.
A court finds
Lefty Grove not liable in a shooting accident that occurred in November 1928. Grove was hunting with a friend Roberdeau Annan in West Virginia and when Annan crested a hill, Grove shot him by mistake, partially blinding him in the left eye.
The New York Yankees' training site in St. Petersburg is renamed Miller Huggins Field in honor of the team's late manager.
IN THE NEWS: The Chicago White Sox and the IN THE NEWS: New York Giants become the first ML teams to meet in a night game. They collect 23 hits in a 10-inning exhibition game played in Houston, at Buffs Stadium.
Brooklyn arrives in Cuba to play five inter squad games.
Finally cut loose by the IN THE NEWS: New York Giants, for whom he refused to play in 1930 in a season-long holdout over salary terms, 2-time batting champ Edd Roush returns to the Cincinnati Reds.
E.S. Barnard, recently reappointed
American League president, dies at 57. He had succeeded Ban Johnson in 1927.
IN THE NEWS: Ban Johnson dies after a long illness. He had created the American League and been its dynamic, dictatorial leader until subdued by the advent of Judge Landis, who took office as the first commissioner in January 1921.