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  St. Louis Cardinals Win 1930 National League Penna
Brief Description:  The St. Louis Cardinals won the National League pennant in 1930, but lost to Philadelphia in the World Series, 4-2. Cardinal victories were pitched by Bill Hallahan, 5-0 in the third game, and Jesse Haines, 3-1 in the fourth. On September 28, the last game of the season, 19-year-old Jay Hanna "Dizzy" Dean made his big league debut, pitching a complete game three-hitter in a Cardinals win.
Year:  1930
Decade:  1930 - 1939

Dean, Jay (Dizzy) Hanna

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