2010 Season

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2010 Bull League Season

June to September 2010

Number of games 80

Number of teams 16
Draft
Regular season
Season MVP AEL: Zenjiro Suga (NEV)
LL: Tony Cruz (NEW)

Season SKA AEL: Bill Henson (CAL)
LL: Ricky Terrazas (MTL)
League postseason
AEL Champions Calgary Inferno
Runner-up Nevada Speeders

LL Champions Ohio Oxen
Runner-up New York Minutemen
Bull Cup Champions
Champions Ohio Oxen
Seasons
← 2009

2011 →


The 2010 Season in the Bull Baseball League was the 16th season to be played since 1995, the beginning of the "Modern Era" of the league. The 2010 season was simulated in July 2016.

During the season, 16 Bull League teams played an 80-game schedule, with three rounds of playoffs following the end of the regular season.

The Bull Cup Championship title was won by the Ohio Oxen of the Lake League West division, who swept all three rounds of the postseason.

Final Standings

The final standings in the Bull League are shown below:[1][2]

American Eagle League
AEL East W L Pct GB
Nevada Speeders 48 32 .600 -
Calgary Inferno 45 35 .563 3
Chicago Pit Bulls 45 35 .563 3
Denver Highlanders 27 53 .338 21
Lake League
LL East W L Pct GB
Montreal Metros 47 33 .588 -
Kingston Cannons 36 44 .450 11
Chicoutimi Cinquantes 34 46 .425 13
Boston Brawlers 25 55 .313 22
AEL West W L Pct GB
California Tidals 47 33 .588 -
San Diego Seagulls 40 40 .500 7
Seattle Salts 36 44 .450 11
Richmond Ravens 32 48 .400 15
LL West W L Pct GB
Ohio Oxen 48 32 .600 -
New York Minutemen 46 34 .575 2
Toronto Ducks 43 37 .537 5
Hamilton Crusaders 41 39 .512 7

Postseason

  Elimination Round League Championship Series
(AELCS), (LLCS)
Bull Cup Championship Series
                           
  1  Nevada Speeders 3  
4  Chicago Pit Bulls 2    
  1  Nevada Speeders 2  
American Eagle League
  3  Calgary Inferno 3    
2  California Tidals 1
   
  3  Calgary Inferno 3  
    AEL  Calgary Inferno 0
  LL  Ohio Oxen 3
  1  Ohio Oxen 3    
4  Toronto Ducks 0    
  1  Ohio Oxen 3
Lake League
  3  New York Minutemen 0  
2  Montreal Metros 1
   
  3  New York Minutemen 3  


League Leaders

American Eagle League[1]

Hitting leaders
Stat Player Total
AVG Carlos Mendoza (CF, CGY)
Jesse Nelson (2B, CAL)
.339
HR Hong-ryul Oh (C, SAN)
Zenjiro Suga (1B, NEV)
25
RBI Carlos Mendoza (CF, CGY) 73
R Takeo Otomo (1B, NEV)
Zenjiro Suga (1B, NEV)
60
H Carlos Mendoza (CF, CGY) 118
Pitching leaders
Stat Player Total
W Bill Henson (CAL)
Angelo Rodriguez (NEV)
11
L Oscar Cruz (RIC)
Roberto Cuebas (DEN)
11
ERA Rafael Viveros (SEA) 2.85
K Angelo Rodriguez (NEV) 147
IP Angelo Rodriguez (NEV) 141.2
SV Shi-min Chaim (CAL) 28

Lake League[2]

Hitting leaders
Stat Player Total
AVG Barry Janmaat (1B, KIN) .349
HR Tony Cruz (CF, NEW) 29
RBI Tony Cruz (CF, NEW) 74
R Tony Cruz (CF, NEW) 73
H Barry Janmaat (1B, KIN) 118
Pitching leaders
Stat Player Total
W Chris Lambert (OHI) 11
L Lazaro Lozano (BOS) 13
ERA Ricky Terrazas (MTL) 2.28
K Micah Jones (OHI) 162
IP Niek Rodriguez (OHI) 136.2
SV Guy Stady (MTL) 22

Notable Events

Position and team in 2010 or at time of event shown.

Hitting Streaks

Three players had lengthy hitting streaks during the season:

No-hitters

Two pitchers threw no-hitters during the 2010 season, including one near-perfect game.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Bull Baseball League. American Eagle League 2010 Statistics & Leaders. http://bullleague.org/bull-league/reports/html/2016/history/sl_stats_100_1_2010.html. Accessed 8 October 2016.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Bull Baseball League. Lake League 2010 Statistics & Leaders. http://bullleague.org/bull-league/reports/html/2016/history/sl_stats_100_0_2010.html. Accessed 8 October 2016.