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1984 Minor League Affiliations

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1984 Season Minor League Affiliates

Franchise AAA AA A Short-Season A Rookie
Atlanta Braves (6 teams) Richmond Greenville Anderson, Durham Braves, Pulaski
Baltimore Orioles (5 teams) Rochester Charlotte Hagerstown Newark Bluefield
Boston Red Sox (5 teams) Pawtucket New Britain Winston-Salem, Winter Haven Elmira
California Angels (5 teams) Edmonton Waterbury Peoria, Redwood Salem
Chicago Cubs (6 teams) Iowa Midland Lodi, Quad Cities Geneva Pikeville
Chicago White Sox (5 teams) Denver Glens Falls Appleton Niagara Falls White Sox
Cincinnati Reds (6 teams) Wichita Vermont Cedar Rapids, Tampa Billings, Reds
Cleveland Indians (4 teams) Maine Buffalo Waterloo Batavia
Detroit Tigers (4 teams) Evansville Birmingham Lakeland Bristol
Houston Astros (6 teams) Tucson Columbus Asheville, Daytona Beach Auburn Astros
Kansas City Royals (5 teams) Omaha Memphis Charleston, Fort Myers Eugene
Los Angeles Dodgers (6 teams) Albuquerque San Antonio Bakersfield, Vero Beach Dodgers, Great Falls
Milwaukee Brewers (5 teams) Vancouver El Paso Beloit, Stockton Paintsville
Minnesota Twins (5 teams) Toledo Orlando Kenosha, Visalia Elizabethton
Montreal Expos (6 teams) Indianapolis Jacksonville Gastonia, West Palm Beach Jamestown Calgary
New York Mets (6 teams) Tidewater Jackson Columbia, Lynchburg Little Falls Kingsport
New York Yankees (6 teams) Columbus Nashville Fort Lauderdale, Greensboro Oneonta Yankees
Oakland Athletics (6 teams) Tacoma Albany-Colonie Madison, Modesto Medford Idaho Falls
Philadelphia Phillies (6 teams) Portland Reading Peninsula, Spartanburg Bend Phillies
Pittsburgh Pirates (6 teams) Hawaii Nashua Macon, Prince William Watertown Pirates
San Diego Padres (5 teams) Las Vegas Beaumont Miami, Reno Spokane
San Francisco Giants (5 teams) Phoenix Shreveport Clinton, Fresno Everett
Seattle Mariners (6 teams) Salt Lake City Chattanooga Salinas, Wausau Bellingham Butte
St. Louis Cardinals (7 teams) Louisville Arkansas Savannah, Springfield, St. Petersburg Erie Johnson City
Texas Rangers (6 teams) Oklahoma City Tulsa Burlington, Salem Tri-Cities Rangers
Toronto Blue Jays (6 teams) Syracuse Knoxville Florence, Kinston Blue Jays, Medicine Hat

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