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1936 Minor League Affiliations

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1936 Season Minor League Affiliates

Franchise AA A A-1 B C D
Boston Bees (3 teams) St. Paul Knoxville Watertown/Massena
Boston Red Sox (8 teams) San Diego, Syracuse Elmira Little Rock Rocky Mount Canton Eau Claire, McKeesport
Brooklyn Dodgers (5 teams) Allentown, Davenport Beatrice, Jeanerette, Mayfield
Chicago Cubs (4 teams) Los Angeles Birmingham Portsmouth Ponca City
Chicago White Sox (6 teams) Kansas City Dallas Longview Crookston, Moultrie, Rayne
Cincinnati Reds (10 teams) Toronto Nashville Durham, Macon El Dorado Cordele, DeLand, Fremont, Lincoln, Paducah
Cleveland Indians (9 teams) Minneapolis New Orleans Clarksdale, Zanesville Fargo-Moorhead, Mansfield, Monessen, Opelousas, Wausau
Detroit Tigers (9 teams) Milwaukee Beaumont Augusta Charleston, Jackson Alexandria, Charleroi, Palatka, Tiffin
New York Giants (5 teams) Memphis Greenwood, Muskogee, Tyler Tallahassee
New York Yankees (7 teams) Newark, Oakland Binghamton Norfolk Akron, Joplin Butler
Philadelphia Athletics (3 teams) Williamsport Richmond Cleveland
Philadelphia Phillies (1 team) Hazleton
Pittsburgh Pirates (6 teams) Scranton Hutchinson, Portsmouth Jeannette, Portageville/Owensboro, Winnipeg
St. Louis Browns (3 teams) San Antonio Palestine Lafayette
St. Louis Cardinals (24 teams) Columbus, Rochester, Sacramento Cedar Rapids Houston Asheville, Columbus Huntington, Jacksonville, Pine Bluff, Springfield Albany, Americus, Daytona Beach, Fostoria, Greensburg, Jamestown, Mitchell, New Iberia, New Philadelphia, Newport, Norfolk, Ozark, Union City
Washington Senators (4 teams) Albany Chattanooga Brockville Sanford

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.