NBSBL Final Standings, 2010-15

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The New Brunswick Senior Baseball League has their final statistics archived from 2010 on. The data includes game scores and individual stats from each team, including win-loss records. I am going to put the win-loss records for each team into a table (to put them in standings format).

2010
                          W    L    PTC
Chatham Ironmen          22    8   .733
Moncton Mets             19   11   .633
Charlottetown Islanders  18   12   .600
Fredericton Royals       14   16   .467
Saint John Alpines       12   18   .400
Hub City Brewers          5   25   .167
2011
                          W    L    PTC
Chatham Ironmen          23    9   .719
Fredericton Royals       19   12   .613
Moncton Mets             17   15   .531
Charlottetown Islanders  11   21   .344
Hub City Brewers          9   22   .290

Saint John sat out season.

2012
                          W    L    PTC
Fredericton Royals       22    8   .733
Chatham Ironmen          20   10   .667
Charlottetown Islanders  17   13   .567
Moncton Mets             15   15   .500
Saint John Alpines        8   22   .267
Hub City Brewers          8   22   .267

Saint John returned from one year leave of absence.

2013
                          W    L    PTC
Fredericton Royals       28    4   .875
Chatham Ironmen          18   14   .563
Saint John Alpines       16   15   .516
Moncton Mets             15   17   .469
Charlottetown Islanders  10   22   .313
Hub City Brewers          8   24   .250
2014
                          W    L    PTC
Fredericton Royals       22   10   .688
Chatham Ironmen          20   12   .625
Moncton Mets             19   13   .594
Charlottetown Islanders  13   19   .406
Hub City Brewers         11   21   .344
Saint John Alpines       11   21   .344
2015
                          W    L    PTC
Fredericton Royals       21   11   .656
Chatham Ironmen          20   12   .625
Charlottetown Islanders  17   15   .531
Moncton Fisher Cats      14   15   .531
Saint John Alpines        5   27   .156

Moncton and Hub City merged to form Moncton Fisher Cats.

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