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San Diego Padres Minor League Affiliates

Year AAA AA Adv A A Short-Season A Rookie Foreign Rookie Other
2016 (7 teams) El Paso San Antonio Lake Elsinore Fort Wayne Tri-City Padres Padres
2015 (7 teams) El Paso San Antonio Lake Elsinore Fort Wayne Tri-City Padres Padres
2014 (7 teams) El Paso San Antonio Lake Elsinore Fort Wayne Eugene Padres Padres
2013 (7 teams) Tucson San Antonio Lake Elsinore Fort Wayne Eugene Padres Padres
2012 (7 teams) Tucson San Antonio Lake Elsinore Fort Wayne Eugene Padres Padres
2011 (7 teams) Tucson San Antonio Lake Elsinore Fort Wayne Eugene Padres Padres
2010 (7 teams) Portland San Antonio Lake Elsinore Fort Wayne Eugene Padres Padres
2009 (7 teams) Portland San Antonio Lake Elsinore Fort Wayne Eugene Padres Padres
2008 (7 teams) Portland San Antonio Lake Elsinore Fort Wayne Eugene Padres Padres
2007 (7 teams) Portland San Antonio Lake Elsinore Fort Wayne Eugene Padres Padres
2006 (7 teams) Portland Mobile Lake Elsinore Fort Wayne Eugene Padres Padres
2005 (7 teams) Portland Mobile Lake Elsinore Fort Wayne Eugene Padres Padres
2004 (7 teams) Portland Mobile Lake Elsinore Fort Wayne Eugene Padres Padres
2003 (7 teams) Portland Mobile Lake Elsinore Fort Wayne Eugene Idaho Falls Padres
2002 (7 teams) Portland Mobile Lake Elsinore Fort Wayne Eugene Idaho Falls Padres
2001 (7 teams) Portland Mobile Lake Elsinore Fort Wayne Eugene Idaho Falls Padres
2000 (7 teams) Las Vegas Mobile Rancho Cucamonga Fort Wayne Padres, Idaho Falls Padres
1999 (7 teams) Las Vegas Mobile Rancho Cucamonga Fort Wayne Padres, Idaho Falls Padres
1998 (7 teams) Las Vegas Mobile Rancho Cucamonga Clinton Padres, Idaho Falls Padres
1997 (7 teams) Las Vegas Mobile Rancho Cucamonga Clinton Idaho Falls, Padres Padres
1996 (6 teams) Las Vegas Memphis Rancho Cucamonga Clinton Idaho Falls, Padres
1995 (6 teams) Las Vegas Memphis Rancho Cucamonga Clinton Idaho Falls, Padres
1994 (6 teams) Las Vegas Wichita Rancho Cucamonga Springfield Spokane Padres
1993 (6 teams) Las Vegas Wichita Rancho Cucamonga Waterloo Spokane Padres
1992 (7 teams) Las Vegas Wichita High Desert Waterloo, Charleston SC Spokane Padres
1991 (7 teams) Las Vegas Wichita High Desert Charleston SC, Waterloo Spokane Padres
1990 (7 teams) Las Vegas Wichita Riverside Charleston SC, Waterloo Spokane Padres
1989 (6 teams) Las Vegas Wichita Charleston SC, Riverside Spokane Padres
1988 (6 teams) Las Vegas Wichita Riverside, Charleston SC Spokane Padres
1987 (5 teams) Las Vegas Wichita Reno, Charleston SC Spokane
1986 (5 teams) Las Vegas Beaumont Reno, Charleston Spokane
1985 (5 teams) Las Vegas Beaumont Charleston, Reno Spokane
1984 (5 teams) Las Vegas Beaumont Reno, Miami Spokane
1983 (6 teams) Las Vegas Beaumont Reno, Salem, Miami Spokane
1982 (6 teams) Hawaii Amarillo Reno, Salem Walla Walla Padres
1981 (6 teams) Hawaii Amarillo Reno, Salem Walla Walla Padres
1980 (4 teams) Hawaii Amarillo Reno Walla Walla
1979 (4 teams) Hawaii Amarillo Reno Walla Walla
1978 (4 teams) Hawaii Amarillo Reno Walla Walla
1977 (5 teams) Hawaii Amarillo Reno Walla Walla Padres
1976 (4 teams) Hawaii Amarillo Walla Walla Padres
1975 (4 teams) Hawaii Alexandria Walla Walla Padres
1974 (4 teams) Hawaii Alexandria Walla Walla Padres
1973 (3 teams) Hawaii Alexandria Walla Walla
1972 (4 teams) Hawaii Alexandria Walla Walla, Tri-City
1971 (3 teams) Hawaii Lodi Tri-City
1970 (3 teams) Salt Lake City Lodi Tri-City
1969 (1 team) Salt Lake City

About the Minor League Data

Historical performance data for professional leagues (affiliated minor leagues, independent minor leagues, fall/winter leagues, and other international leagues) is provided by and licensed from 24-7 Baseball and Chadwick Baseball Bureau. It incorporates the work of many stalwart baseball researchers, including Cliff Blau, Art Cantu, Frank Hamilton, Reed Howard, Kevin Johnson, Bob McConnell, Jack Morris, and Ray Nemec, as well as members of the Minor Leagues Committee of the Society for American Baseball Research.

Perhaps most importantly, it builds upon the seminal work of Ed Washuta, who magnanimously provided the framework to make the whole thing possible.

Minor league Total Zone (Rctch&Rtz, 2005-2009) data provided by Baseballprojection.com and Minorleaguesplits.com.