|Number of games||80
|Number of teams||16|
|Season MVP||AEL: Zenjiro Suga (NEV)|
LL: Tony Cruz (NEW)
|Season SKA||AEL: Bill Henson (CAL)|
LL: Ricky Terrazas (MTL)
|AEL Champions||Calgary Inferno|
|LL Champions||Ohio Oxen|
|Runner-up||New York Minutemen|
|Bull Cup Champions|
|Bull Cup MVP|
During the season, 16 Bull League teams played an 80-game schedule, with three rounds of playoffs following the end of the regular season.
| American Eagle League
| Lake League
|Elimination Round||League Championship Series
|Bull Cup Championship Series|
|4||Chicago Pit Bulls||2|
|American Eagle League|
|3||New York Minutemen||0|
|3||New York Minutemen||3|
American Eagle League
Position and team in 2010 or at time of event shown.
Three players had lengthy hitting streaks during the season:
- Xavier de Soto (KIN) had a 22-game hitting streak end on June 12, 2010
- Jesse Nelson (CAL) had a 23-game hitting streak end on July 1, 2010
- Danny Sanchez (MTL) has a 20-game hitting streak end on August 6, 2010
Two pitchers threw no-hitters during the 2010 season, including one near-perfect game.
- Connor Pearce (CHI) threw a complete-game no-hitter against the Richmond Ravens on July 8, 2010, allowing just 2 walks.
- Micah Jones (OHI) threw a complete-game no-hitter, allowing just a single walk while striking out 13 batters, against the Chicoutimi Cinquantes on August 13, 2010.
- 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.
- 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.