1929 February

2nd  Florence Killilia announces that she will operate the Milwaukee club (AA), left to her by her father Henry who died on January 23rd. Killilia was one of the founders of the AL.

11th  The Boston city council finally approves the Sunday sports ordinance allowing for Sunday baseball. And MLB can finally issue its 1929 schedule.

20th  The Red Sox announce they will play Sunday games, allowed for the first time, at Braves Field, because Fenway Park is located too close to a church.

28th The White Sox send vet outfielder Bibb Falk to the Indians in exchange for catcher Martin Autry. Falk will hit over .300 in each of his three years with Cleveland.