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1998 Minor League Affiliations

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1998 Season Minor League Affiliates

Franchise AAA AA Adv A A Short-Season A Rookie Foreign Rookie
Anaheim Angels (6 teams) Vancouver Midland Lake Elsinore Cedar Rapids Boise Butte
Arizona Diamondbacks (6 teams) Tucson High Desert South Bend Diamondbacks, Lethbridge Diamondbacks
Atlanta Braves (8 teams) Richmond Greenville Danville Macon Eugene Danville, Braves Braves
Baltimore Orioles (7 teams) Rochester Bowie Frederick Delmarva Bluefield, Orioles Orioles
Boston Red Sox (7 teams) Pawtucket Trenton Sarasota Michigan Lowell Red Sox Red Sox
Chicago Cubs (7 teams) Iowa West Tenn Daytona Rockford Williamsport Cubs Cubs
Chicago White Sox (6 teams) Calgary Birmingham Winston-Salem Hickory White Sox, Bristol
Cincinnati Reds (6 teams) Indianapolis Chattanooga Burlington, Charleston WV Billings Reds
Cleveland Indians (7 teams) Buffalo Akron Kinston Columbus Watertown Burlington Indians
Colorado Rockies (7 teams) Colorado Springs New Haven Salem Asheville Portland Rockies Rockies
Detroit Tigers (7 teams) Toledo Jacksonville Lakeland West Michigan Jamestown Tigers Tigers
Florida Marlins (7 teams) Charlotte Portland Brevard County Kane County Utica Marlins Marlins
Houston Astros (7 teams) New Orleans Jackson Kissimmee Quad Cities Auburn Astros Astros
Kansas City Royals (7 teams) Omaha Wichita Wilmington Lansing Spokane Royals Royals
Los Angeles Dodgers (8 teams) Albuquerque San Antonio San Bernardino, Vero Beach Yakima Great Falls Dodgers 1, Dodgers 2
Milwaukee Brewers (7 teams) Louisville El Paso Stockton Beloit Helena, Ogden Brewers
Minnesota Twins (7 teams) Salt Lake New Britain Fort Myers Fort Wayne Elizabethton, Twins Twins/Co-op
Montreal Expos (7 teams) Ottawa Harrisburg Jupiter Cape Fear Vermont Expos Expos
New York Mets (9 teams) Norfolk Binghamton St. Lucie Capital City Pittsfield Mets, Kingsport Mets 1, Mets 2
New York Yankees (7 teams) Columbus Norwich Tampa Greensboro Oneonta Yankees Yankees
Oakland Athletics (8 teams) Edmonton Huntsville Modesto, Visalia Southern Oregon Athletics Athletics East, Athletics West
Philadelphia Phillies (7 teams) Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Reading Clearwater Piedmont Batavia Martinsville Phillies
Pittsburgh Pirates (7 teams) Nashville Carolina Lynchburg Augusta Erie Pirates Pirates
San Diego Padres (7 teams) Las Vegas Mobile Rancho Cucamonga Clinton Padres, Idaho Falls Padres
San Francisco Giants (6 teams) Fresno Shreveport Bakersfield, San Jose Salem-Keizer Giants
Seattle Mariners (7 teams) Tacoma Orlando Lancaster Wisconsin Everett Mariners Mariners
St. Louis Cardinals (7 teams) Memphis Arkansas Prince William Peoria New Jersey Johnson City Cardinals
Tampa Bay Devil Rays (7 teams) Durham St. Petersburg Charleston SC Hudson Valley Devil Rays, Princeton Devil Rays
Texas Rangers (7 teams) Oklahoma Tulsa Port Charlotte Savannah Rangers, Pulaski Rangers
Toronto Blue Jays (7 teams) Syracuse Knoxville Dunedin Hagerstown St. Catharines Medicine Hat Blue Jays

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