The 2009 season of the Bull League was the 14th season to be played since the beginning of the "Modern Era", when the 80-game schedule was introduced and the league expanded to 16 teams.
A total of 80 games were played by 16 teams, although in the Lake League West Division a tie-breaking 81st game had to be played between the Ohio Oxen and the New York Minutemen in order to determine the division championship for the playoff seed.
The season was simulated in July 2016.
The Bull Cup Championship Series was won by the Ohio Oxen, for only the second time in the club's history, and just three seasons after they first won the championship. The Oxen defeated the American Eagle League Championship Series (AELCS) Nevada Speeders, who were in their sixth Bull Cup championship appearance. Ohio entered the playoffs as a wild card team, having lost their tie-breaking 81st game to the New York Minutemen, who became the West division title team. Ohio then played the Minutemen again in the Elimination Round of the playoffs, defeating them 3-1. The Oxen then beat the Boston Brawlers, also a wild card team, to win the Lake League Championship Series (LLCS), 3-2.
The final standings in the Bull League are shown below:
American Eagle League
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- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Bull Baseball League. American Eagle League 2009 Statistics & Leaders. . Accessed 28 October 2016.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Bull Baseball League. Lake League 2009 Statistics & Leaders. . Accessed 28 October 2016.