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1940 Minor League Affiliations

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1940 Season Minor League Affiliates

Franchise AA A A-1 B C D
Boston Bees (5 teams) Hartford Evansville, York Bradford, Owensboro
Boston Red Sox (8 teams) Louisville Scranton Little Rock Rocky Mount Canton Centreville, Danville-Schoolfield, Elizabethton Betsy
Brooklyn Dodgers (18 teams) Montreal Elmira Nashville Anniston, Durham, Macon Dayton, Grand Rapids Americus, Bassett, Bowling Green, Fayetteville, Greenville, Johnstown, Landis, Newport, Olean, Superior
Chicago Cubs (6 teams) Los Angeles, Milwaukee Tulsa Moline St. Joseph Greeneville
Chicago White Sox (5 teams) Waterloo Grand Forks, Jonesboro, Lubbock, Wisconsin Rapids
Cincinnati Reds (7 teams) Indianapolis Birmingham Columbia Ogden, Tucson Lenoir, Troy
Cleveland Indians (10 teams) Wilkes-Barre Cedar Rapids Charleston, El Paso, Flint Fargo-Moorhead, Mansfield, Salem-Roanoke, Thomasville, Warren
Detroit Tigers (6 teams) Buffalo Beaumont Henderson, Hot Springs, Muskegon Fulton
New York Giants (7 teams) Jersey City Knoxville Clinton, Richmond Fort Smith Milford, Salisbury
New York Yankees (14 teams) Kansas City, Newark Binghamton Augusta, Norfolk, Wenatchee Akron, Amsterdam, Idaho Falls, Joplin Butler, Easton, Neosho, Norfolk
Philadelphia Athletics (4 teams) Toronto Williamsport Wilmington Federalsburg
Philadelphia Phillies (8 teams) Baltimore Pensacola, Portsmouth Ottawa-Ogdensburg Dover, Martinsville, Moultrie, Wausau
Pittsburgh Pirates (10 teams) Syracuse Albany Gadsden, Harrisburg Gloversville-Johnstown, Hutchinson Carthage, Fort Lauderdale, London, McKeesport/Oil City
St. Louis Browns (11 teams) Toledo San Antonio Springfield Palestine, Topeka, Tyler, Youngstown Lafayette, Mayfield, Paragould, Pennington Gap
St. Louis Cardinals (31 teams) Columbus, Rochester, Sacramento Houston, New Orleans Allentown, Asheville, Columbus, Decatur, Mobile Albuquerque, Kilgore, Lansing, Pocatello, Portsmouth, Springfield Albany, Cambridge, Caruthersville/Batesville, Cooleemee, Daytona Beach, Duluth, Fostoria, Gastonia, Hamilton, Johnson City, Siloam Springs, Union City, Washington, Williamson, Worthington
Washington Senators (9 teams) Charlotte, Greenville, Selma DeLand, Newport, Orlando, Salisbury, Shelby, Thomasville

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