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1941 Minor League Affiliations

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1941 Season Minor League Affiliates

Franchise AA A A-1 B C D
Boston Braves (4 teams) Hartford Bridgeport, Evansville Bradford
Boston Red Sox (8 teams) Louisville Scranton Greensboro Canton, Oneonta Centreville, Danville-Schoolfield, Owensboro
Brooklyn Dodgers (14 teams) Montreal Durham, Reading Dayton, Grand Rapids, Quebec, Santa Barbara Big Spring, Elizabethton, Johnstown, Newport, Olean, Troy/Tuskegee, Valdosta
Chicago Cubs (11 teams) Los Angeles, Milwaukee Tulsa Macon, Portsmouth Bisbee, Muskogee, Stockton, Zanesville Janesville, Lake Charles
Chicago White Sox (6 teams) Waterloo Grand Forks, Saginaw Jonesboro, Lubbock, Wisconsin Rapids
Cincinnati Reds (8 teams) Indianapolis Birmingham Columbia Ogden, Riverside, Tucson Cordele, Wichita Falls
Cleveland Indians (9 teams) Wilkes-Barre Oklahoma City Cedar Rapids Charleston, Flint, Salina Appleton, Mansfield, Thomasville
Detroit Tigers (13 teams) Buffalo, San Francisco Elmira Beaumont Augusta, Hagerstown, Winston-Salem Muskegon, Texarkana, Utica Fulton, Jamestown, Tallassee
New York Giants (6 teams) Jersey City Clinton Fort Smith, San Bernardino Milford, Salisbury
New York Yankees (11 teams) Kansas City, Newark Binghamton Norfolk Akron, Amsterdam, Idaho Falls, Joplin Butler, Easton, Norfolk
Philadelphia Athletics (5 teams) Toronto Williamsport Wilmington Newport News Federalsburg
Philadelphia Phillies (3 teams) Allentown Wausau Martinsville
Pittsburgh Pirates (7 teams) Albany Harrisburg Gloversville-Johnstown, Hutchinson London, Moultrie, Oil City
St. Louis Browns (10 teams) Toledo San Antonio Meridian, Springfield St. Joseph/Carthage, Youngstown Lafayette, Mayfield, Paragould, Pueblo
St. Louis Cardinals (26 teams) Columbus, Rochester, Sacramento Houston, New Orleans Asheville, Columbus, Decatur, Mobile Duluth, Fresno, Pocatello, Springfield, Springfield Albany, Batesville, Cambridge, Cooleemee, Daytona Beach, Fostoria, Hamilton, Johnson City, Sioux City, Union City, Washington, Williamson
Washington Senators (6 teams) Chattanooga Charlotte, Greenville, Selma Orlando, Thomasville

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