Well, it got worse in 1931. Rather than finish sixth like they had in 1930, the Boston Braves finished seventh.
Bill McKechnie continued as the manager. They had a record of 64-90 and were 37 games behind the leader.
They had played pretty good until August and September. Hard to overcome a 17-43 slide in those two months.
They were in for a long haul with McKechnie at the helm. It would never get too much better.