The 1909 Senior League Bucs used winning streaks of 16 and 14 games to best a determined Chicago team. Chicago pushed Pittsburgh to the second most victories in league history, but could not make up ground lost during catcher Johnny Kling's hold out and second sacker Johnny Evers' nervous breakdown.
The Junior League Bengals overcame a mid-season slump to ease past the young Philadelphia squad on the strength of scrappy veterans plus a ferocious pitching staff of George Mullin and Ed Willett.
In the Fall Classic Wagner outhit Cobb .333 to .231 as the Tigers made 19 errors and the Bucs stole a record-tying 18 bases. First game starter rookie Babe Adams turned in three victories leading Pittsburgh past Detroit in seven games.
This set includes every player who appeared in the regular season.