1909 Birmingham Barons
The 1909 Birmingham Barons represented Birmingham in the Southern League of professional baseball in 1909. The team finished 60-79 with the third-worst record in the league, 28½ games behind the champion Atlanta Crackers.
The Barons were managed, for the first time, by Carlton Molesworth, who also played outfield. Walt Dickson led the team from the mound with a 16-11 record in 33 appearances. Meanwhile former Atlanta star lefty Grant Schopp had a disappointing 5-17 record in 22 games.
- Pitchers: Louis Bauer, Walt Dickson, Earle Flaherty, Moxie Manuel, McCain Robinson, Grant Schopp
- Fielders: Andrew Bowen, Roy Ellam, Frank Gygli, Noah Henline, Patrick Kane, Andrew Larsen, Art Marcan, Bill McGilvray, Carlton Molesworth, Walter Morris, Bill Raftis, Tommy Raub & Hogan Yancey
- 1909 Birmingham Barons at Baseball-Reference.com