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1950 Minor League Affiliations

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1950 Season Minor League Affiliates

Franchise AAA AA A B C D
Boston Braves (11 teams) Milwaukee Atlanta Denver, Hartford Evansville, Hagerstown, Jackson Eau Claire, Ventura Bluefield, Owensboro
Boston Red Sox (8 teams) Louisville Birmingham Scranton Roanoke Oneonta, San Jose Kinston, Marion
Brooklyn Dodgers (24 teams) Hollywood, Montreal, St. Paul Fort Worth, Mobile Elmira, Greenville, Pueblo Asheville, Danville, Lancaster, Miami, Newport News Billings, Bisbee-Douglas, Greenwood, Santa Barbara, Trois-Rivieres Hazard, Hazleton, Hornell, Ponca City, Sheboygan, Valdosta
Chicago Cubs (14 teams) Los Angeles, Springfield Nashville Des Moines, Grand Rapids Rock Hill Clovis, Sioux Falls, Springfield, Visalia Carthage, Janesville, Moultrie, Rutherford County
Chicago White Sox (8 teams) Sacramento Memphis Colorado Springs Waterloo Hot Springs, Superior Madisonville, Wisconsin Rapids
Cincinnati Reds (9 teams) Syracuse Tulsa Charleston, Columbia Decatur Ogden Lockport, Muncie, Wilmington
Cleveland Indians (15 teams) San Diego Oklahoma City Dayton, Wilkes-Barre Cedar Rapids, Harrisburg, Spartanburg, Tacoma Bakersfield, Pittsfield, Tucson Batavia, Daytona Beach, Green Bay, Zanesville
Detroit Tigers (9 teams) Toledo Little Rock Flint, Williamsport Durham Butler Jamestown, Richmond, Thomasville
New York Giants (20 teams) Jersey City, Minneapolis Jacksonville, Sioux City Knoxville, Richmond, Trenton, Vicksburg Enid, Erie, Idaho Falls, St. Cloud Bristol, Galax, Lawton, Lenoir, Medford, Oshkosh, Sanford, Springfield
New York Yankees (15 teams) Kansas City Beaumont Binghamton, Muskegon Norfolk, Quincy Amsterdam, Grand Forks, Joplin, Twin Falls Fond du Lac, Independence, La Grange, McAlester, Newark
Philadelphia Athletics (13 teams) Buffalo Lincoln, Savannah Fayetteville, Sunbury, West Palm Beach Youngstown Cordele, Lexington, Portsmouth, Red Springs, Tarboro, Welch
Philadelphia Phillies (12 teams) Toronto Utica Terre Haute, Wilmington Salina, Schenectady, Vandergrift Americus, Bradford, Carbondale, Klamath Falls, Lima
Pittsburgh Pirates (13 teams) Indianapolis New Orleans Albany, Charleston Waco, York Hutchinson, Modesto Bartlesville, Greenville, Mayfield, Salisbury, Tallahassee
St. Louis Browns (11 teams) Baltimore San Antonio Wichita Wichita Falls Aberdeen, Marshall, Pine Bluff Ada, Appleton, Pittsburg, Redding
St. Louis Cardinals (21 teams) Columbus, Rochester Houston Columbus, Omaha Allentown, Lynchburg, Montgomery, Winston-Salem Duluth, Fresno, Pocatello, St. Joseph Albany, Geneva, Goldsboro, Hamilton, Johnson City, Lebanon, West Frankfort, Willows
Washington Senators (11 teams) Chattanooga Augusta Charlotte, Havana New Castle Concord, Emporia, Fulton, Orlando, Rome, Wellsville

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.