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1952 Minor League Affiliations

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1952 Season Minor League Affiliates

Franchise Open AAA AA A B C D
Boston Braves (13 teams) Milwaukee Atlanta Hartford Evansville, Hagerstown, Wichita Falls Eau Claire, Quebec, Ventura Appleton, Danville, Harlan, Welch
Boston Red Sox (6 teams) Louisville Birmingham Albany Roanoke San Jose High Point-Thomasville
Brooklyn Dodgers (17 teams) Montreal, St. Paul Fort Worth, Mobile Elmira, Pueblo Lancaster, Miami, Newport News Great Falls, Greenwood, Santa Barbara Hazard, Hornell, Ponca City, Sheboygan, Valdosta
Chicago Cubs (11 teams) Los Angeles Springfield Des Moines, Macon Greensboro Sioux Falls, Topeka, Visalia Blackwell, Hickory, Janesville
Chicago White Sox (8 teams) Toledo/Charleston Memphis Colorado Springs Gastonia, Waterloo Superior Madisonville, Wisconsin Rapids
Cincinnati Reds (8 teams) Tulsa Columbia Burlington, Salisbury Ogden Dublin, Lawton, Mattoon
Cleveland Indians (10 teams) Indianapolis Dallas Reading, Wichita Cedar Rapids, Spartanburg Bakersfield, Fort Smith Daytona Beach, Green Bay
Detroit Tigers (8 teams) Buffalo Little Rock Williamsport Davenport, Durham Jamestown, Kinston, Wausau
New York Giants (14 teams) Minneapolis Nashville Jacksonville, Sioux City Knoxville, Sunbury Muskogee, St. Cloud Big Stone Gap, Kingsport, Moultrie, Oshkosh, Pauls Valley, Statesville
New York Yankees (10 teams) Kansas City Beaumont Binghamton Norfolk, Quincy Boise, Joplin Fond du Lac, McAlester, Olean
Philadelphia Athletics (9 teams) Ottawa Lincoln, Savannah Fayetteville, Harrisburg St. Hyacinthe Cordele, Corning, Lexington
Philadelphia Phillies (12 teams) Baltimore Schenectady, Tri-City Terre Haute, Wilmington Granby, Grand Forks, Salina, Salt Lake City Bradford, Miami, Pulaski
Pittsburgh Pirates (15 teams) Hollywood New Orleans Charleston, Denver Burlington-Graham, Waco Billings, Hutchinson, Modesto, St. Jean Bartlesville/Pittsburg, Batavia, Bristol, Brunswick, Mayfield
St. Louis Browns (12 teams) Toronto San Antonio Scranton Anderson, York Aberdeen, Pine Bluff, Pocatello, Stockton Ada, Independence, Wellsville
St. Louis Cardinals (15 teams) Columbus, Rochester Houston Columbus, Omaha Allentown, Lynchburg, Winston-Salem Fresno Albany, Goldsboro, Hamilton, Hazlehurst-Baxley, Johnson City, Paducah
Washington Senators (8 teams) Chattanooga Charlotte, Danville, Havana Drummondville Fulton, Orlando, Roanoke Rapids

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