|Number of games||80
|Number of teams||16|
|Season MVP||AEL: Chuck Provost (RIC)|
LL: Scotty McLawson (MTL)
|Season SKA||AEL: Flamer Flaherty (RIC)|
LL: Marty McSouthpaw (MTL)
|AEL Champions||Richmond Ravens|
|LL Champions||Chicoutimi Cinquantes|
|Bull Cup Champions|
|Bull Cup MVP||Mel Demers (MIN)|
The 1995 Season in the Bull Baseball League was the inaugural season of the "Modern Era" of the league, in which the schedule had been expanded to 80 or more games, and underwent a major reorganization. It is the first season of the league that was simulated using OOTP17 software. The season was simulated in July 2016.
During the season, 16 Bull League teams played an 80-game schedule, with two rounds of playoffs following the end of the regular season.
| American Eagle League
| Lake League
|League Championship Series
|Bull Cup Championship Series|
|American Eagle League|
American Eagle League
As 1995 was the first 80+ game season played in the Bull League, all of the leading team and player statistics were "record-setting".
There were, however, several significant milestones and events during the year:
- On June 18, 1995, George Slammer (OHI) hit 3 home runs during a game against New York.
- Only July 13, 1995, Jack Stevens (NEW) stuck out 15 batters in 7.0 IP during a game against Chicoutimi.
- Cola Classique (CF, SEA) had a 24-game hitting streak.
- Chuck Provost (2B, RIC) set the season record for batting average which still stands today, with .444.
When the league had ended its 1993, there were just 12 teams among the two leagues, the AEL and the LL, with three teams in each of the two divisions in both.
Several new teams were added as part of an expansion and modernization, bringing the total number of teams to 16:
- Calgary Chinooks (AEL East)
- Denver Highlanders (AEL East)
- Kingston Battlements (LL East)
- Hamilton Industrials (LL West)
The Cow League existed from 1991-1993, but played only irregularly. In 1995, with the reorganization of the Bull League, the Cow League was revived as a 16 team AAA-level minor league, with each team affiliated with a Bull League team.
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