Helena Senators
Franchise History
(1900-1914)


Most wins in a season: 65 in 1902
Most losses in a season: 83 in 1912

The Helena Senators, a minor league baseball team, played in the Montana State League, Pacific Northwest League, Pacific National League, Northwestern League, Pacific Coast International League, Northwestern International League, Western International League, Utah-Idaho (Intermountain) League, Inter-Mountain League and Union Association between 1900 and 1914.


      

YearTeamLeagueWLAttendAvg.
1900Helena SenatorsMontana State League3933RosterStats
1902Helena SenatorsPacific Northwest League6554RosterStats25,000420
1903Helena SenatorsPacific National League4062RosterStats
1909Helena SenatorsInter-Mountain League4319RosterStats
1911Helena SenatorsUnion Association6078RosterStats
1912Helena SenatorsUnion Association5083RosterStats
1913Helena SenatorsUnion Association5267RosterStats
1914Helena SenatorsUnion Association2753RosterStats

Average attendance is based upon the number of actual home dates where known (most leagues from 1992 and later). Where the number of home dates is not known, the average is calculated using half the team's total games.

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