2009 Baseball Cards & Additional Players

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2009 Baseball Cards & Additional Players

  • Yankees return to power, Phillies return to the Series
  • Pujols, Lincecum, Greinke, Hanley Ramirez are awesome
  • 189 additional players, including “total cards”


An awesome combination of newly signed stars and veteran Yankees created a monster: The highest scoring team in baseball that devoured all competition on the way to the World Series title for the first time since 2000. Newcomers Mark Teixeira led the AL in HR (39) and RBI (122) and C.C. Sabathia led the league with 19 wins. Meanwhile, Derek Jeter (.334, 18 HR, 30 SB, Gold Glove) Robinson Cano (.320, HR), Andy Pettitte (14 wins) and closer Mariano Rivera (1.76) upheld the honor of traditional Yankees


The Additional Players include the popular “total cards” that show the combined statistics for players traded between leagues in mid-season. In 2009 there are 55 total cards, including those for Matt Holliday, Scott Rolen and Cliff Lee. Other Additional Players include men with limited time, but may have had the at-bats or starting pitching assignments you want for a detailed season replay.


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27 cards per team, plus 27-card mixed player group and 189 additional players

Two-sided cards for basic, advanced and super-advanced play


1953 Brooklyn
  • National League pennant winners (105-49)
  • D. Snider (.336-42-126), R. Campanella (.312-41-142), G. Hodges (.302-31-122)
  • C. Erskine (20-6), R. Meyer (15-5)