Let's get the numbers out of the way first.
According to Beckett there are 4,224 baseball cards numbered with 222.
I own (rather have dupes of) 194.
The numbers from the triple ones were 9,372 cards, and the trend of cutting in half doesn't stop with the deuces. Each number decreases as we progress through them.
The Braves once again had more than any other team with 15. Now, there is an obvious reason for that. I keep my Braves dupes separate from all of the others and I also go through my Braves cards pretty thorough when I get a card. If it isn't a need, I check the numbering and whatever else to see if I can put it somewhere other than in a dupes box.
With that said the Dodgers were right behind the Braves with 13 followed by the Astros with 12. Pirates and Royals each had 11. The White Sox had 10 to cover everyone in double digits, pun intended.
Only one player this time with three entrys and again it was 2000 Topps base, HTA, and Limited of Kevin Millwood a Brave. There a dozen players who appeared twice.
Now here are the pages, mind you for the rest of the triplets I will be scanning them before I put them in the binder to make less scanning.
The earliest card here is the 65'. A dozen years knocked out on one scan.
In case you think I have the cards in the wrong order I don't. I was overlapping pages that lined up with the next page to reduce scans.
There is the Millwood I mentioned. No idea why the scan on the last card appears different.