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1946 Minor League Affiliations

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1946 Season Minor League Affiliates

Franchise AAA AA A B C D
Boston Braves (12 teams) Indianapolis Hartford Evansville, Jackson, Pawtucket, Vancouver Leavenworth, Miami Beach, Raleigh Bluefield, Owensboro, Richmond
Boston Red Sox (10 teams) Louisville New Orleans Scranton Lynn, Roanoke Oneonta Geneva, Milford, New Iberia, Tarboro
Brooklyn Dodgers (21 teams) Montreal, St. Paul Fort Worth, Mobile Asheville, Danville, Meridian, Nashua, Newport News Abilene, Grand Forks, Johnstown, Santa Barbara, Trois-Rivieres Cambridge, Daytona Beach, Miami, Olean, Thomasville, Valdosta, Zanesville
Chicago Cubs (18 teams) Los Angeles Nashville, Tulsa Macon Davenport, Hagerstown, Portsmouth, Shelby, Tacoma Hutchinson, Quebec, Visalia Elizabethton Betsy, Fayetteville, Hopkinsville, Iola, Janesville, Statesville
Chicago White Sox (14 teams) Milwaukee Little Rock, Shreveport Greenville Waterloo Superior, Texarkana Alexandria, Brewton, Cordele, Lima, Madisonville, New River, Wisconsin Rapids
Cincinnati Reds (4 teams) Syracuse Columbia Ogden Middletown
Cleveland Indians (11 teams) Baltimore Oklahoma City Wilkes-Barre Harrisburg Bakersfield, Clovis, Pittsfield Appleton, Batavia, Centreville, Dayton
Detroit Tigers (7 teams) Buffalo Dallas Williamsport Lubbock, Muskogee, Rome Jamestown
New York Giants (17 teams) Jersey City, Minneapolis, San Francisco Jacksonville Anderson, Manchester, Richmond, Trenton Danville, Erie, Fort Smith, St. Cloud Bristol, Hickory, Oshkosh, Peekskill, Springfield
New York Yankees (15 teams) Kansas City, Newark Beaumont Augusta, Binghamton Norfolk, Quincy, Sunbury Amsterdam, Butler, Joplin, Twin Falls Easton, Fond du Lac, Wellsville
Philadelphia Athletics (7 teams) Toronto Savannah Lancaster Kingston, Martinsville Federalsburg, Lexington
Philadelphia Phillies (9 teams) Utica Terre Haute, Wilmington Salina, Schenectady Americus, Bradford, Dover, Green Bay
Pittsburgh Pirates (13 teams) Hollywood Birmingham Albany Anniston, Selma, Yakima, York Oil City Bartlesville, Hornell, Salisbury, Tallahassee, Tallassee
St. Louis Browns (11 teams) Toledo San Antonio Elmira Spartanburg, Springfield Aberdeen, Gloversville-Johnstown, Paris Mayfield, Newark, Pittsburg
St. Louis Cardinals (18 teams) Columbus, Rochester Houston Columbus Allentown, Decatur, Lynchburg Duluth, Fresno, Pocatello, St. Joseph, Winston-Salem Albany, Carthage, Hamilton, Johnson City, Marion, Salisbury
Washington Senators (5 teams) Chattanooga Charlotte, Pensacola Kingsport, Orlando

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