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1909 Register League Encyclopedia

Year Index / Affiliations / Map of Teams / Batting Leaders / Pitching Leaders / Other Years: 1908 / 1910

League-by-League Batting

41American LeagueMajor League828.03.44124044930399754267974912725001093423153929314910.244.303.309.612123484411583
42National LeagueMajor League827.23.66124246087406494543990713875031503702151635734467.244.310.314.624127503231542
1American AssociationA829.6
2Eastern LeagueA829.0
3Pacific Coast LeagueA627.5
4Southern AssociationA828.3
5Western LeagueA827.6
6Central LeagueB827.4
7Connecticut State LeagueB827.4
8Illinois-Indiana-Iowa LeagueB825.6
9New England LeagueB828.0
10New York State LeagueB828.8
11Northwestern LeagueB627.5
12Tri-State LeagueB826.7
13Ohio-Pennsylvania LeagueC826.9
14South Atlantic LeagueC828.4
15Texas LeagueC826.8
16Virginia LeagueC627.7
17Western AssociationC823.5
18Arkansas State LeagueD8
19Blue Grass LeagueD624.8
20Carolina AssociationD627.1
21Central AssociationD825.4
22Central Kansas LeagueD822.0
23Eastern Carolina LeagueD627.9
24Illinois-Missouri LeagueD623.6
25Inter-Mountain LeagueD433.0
26Interstate LeagueD
27Kansas State LeagueD826.1
28Minnesota-Wisconsin LeagueD625.5
29Northeast Arkansas LeagueD423.8
30Northern State of Indiana LeagueD60.0
31Ohio State LeagueD626.0
32Pennsylvania-West Virginia LeagueD627.3
33Southern Michigan LeagueD80.0
34Western Canada LeagueD80.0
35Wisconsin-Illinois LeagueD826.1
36Cuban General LeagueForeign30.0
37Cuban LeagueForeign
38Cuban-American Major League Clubs SeriesForeign4
39Cuban Winter LeagueWinter
46California Winter LeagueWinter
40California State LeagueIndependent629.1
43Atlantic LeagueNo Classification80.0
44Chicago City LeagueNo Classification
45Eastern AssociationNo Classification

League-by-League Pitching

41American LeagueMajor League827.23.44607607.5002.47124012404158251465011029.29728426730281093046491843625290437671.1587.
42National LeagueMajor League826.93.66611611.5002.59124212424487941336411174.19913454332161503617443733113275448231.2118.
1American AssociationA827.4
2Eastern LeagueA828.5
3Pacific Coast LeagueA626.0
4Southern AssociationA827.7
5Western LeagueA825.4
6Central LeagueB826.6
7Connecticut State LeagueB825.8
8Illinois-Indiana-Iowa LeagueB824.7
9New England LeagueB819.0
10New York State LeagueB828.4
11Northwestern LeagueB625.9
12Tri-State LeagueB819.7
13Ohio-Pennsylvania LeagueC823.9
14South Atlantic LeagueC824.9
15Texas LeagueC824.5
16Virginia LeagueC625.9
17Western AssociationC823.1
18Arkansas State LeagueD821.0
19Blue Grass LeagueD620.0
20Carolina AssociationD622.8
21Central AssociationD823.7
22Central Kansas LeagueD820.0
23Eastern Carolina LeagueD623.6
24Illinois-Missouri LeagueD622.7
25Inter-Mountain LeagueD422.8
26Interstate LeagueD1
27Kansas State LeagueD822.4
28Minnesota-Wisconsin LeagueD623.4
29Northeast Arkansas LeagueD4
30Northern State of Indiana LeagueD6
31Ohio State LeagueD625.4
32Pennsylvania-West Virginia LeagueD627.2
33Southern Michigan LeagueD823.9
34Western Canada LeagueD8
35Wisconsin-Illinois LeagueD825.8
36Cuban General LeagueForeign3
37Cuban LeagueForeign1
38Cuban-American Major League Clubs SeriesForeign4
39Cuban Winter LeagueWinter1
46California Winter LeagueWinter1
40California State LeagueIndependent628.8
43Atlantic LeagueNo Classification8
44Chicago City LeagueNo Classification1
45Eastern AssociationNo Classification1

Pro Baseball Map for 1909

ALL TEAMS ARE LOCATED IN THE CENTER OF THE TOWN THEY ARE LISTED IN. We have not located the actual location of the ballpark.

We list over 30,000 of teams from minor league history. This list is not exhaustive and may be missing teams from certain leagues and years or with a small number of games played. We apologize for any omissions. Report any errors or omissions

About the Minor League Data

Historical performance data for professional leagues (affiliated minor leagues, independent minor leagues, fall/winter leagues, and other international leagues) is provided by and licensed from 24-7 Baseball and Chadwick Baseball Bureau. It incorporates the work of many stalwart baseball researchers, including Cliff Blau, Art Cantu, Frank Hamilton, Reed Howard, Kevin Johnson, Bob McConnell, Jack Morris, and Ray Nemec, as well as members of the Minor Leagues Committee of the Society for American Baseball Research.

Perhaps most importantly, it builds upon the seminal work of Ed Washuta, who magnanimously provided the framework to make the whole thing possible.

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