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2003 Minor League Affiliations

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2003 Season Minor League Affiliates

Franchise AAA AA Adv A A Short-Season A Rookie Foreign Rookie
Anaheim Angels (7 teams) Salt Lake Arkansas Rancho Cucamonga Cedar Rapids Angels, Provo Angels
Arizona Diamondbacks (7 teams) Tucson El Paso Lancaster South Bend Yakima Missoula Diamondbacks
Atlanta Braves (8 teams) Richmond Greenville Myrtle Beach Rome Danville, Braves Braves 1, Braves 2
Baltimore Orioles (9 teams) Ottawa Bowie Frederick Delmarva Aberdeen Bluefield, Orioles Orioles, Yaritagua
Boston Red Sox (8 teams) Pawtucket Portland Sarasota Augusta Lowell Red Sox Red Sox 1, Red Sox 2
Chicago Cubs (7 teams) Iowa West Tenn Daytona Lansing Boise Cubs Cubs
Chicago White Sox (7 teams) Charlotte Birmingham Winston-Salem Kannapolis Bristol, Great Falls White Sox
Cincinnati Reds (7 teams) Louisville Chattanooga Potomac Dayton Billings, Reds Reds
Cleveland Indians (9 teams) Buffalo Akron Kinston Lake County Mahoning Valley Burlington Indians 1, Indians 2, San Felipe
Colorado Rockies (7 teams) Colorado Springs Tulsa Visalia Asheville Tri-City Casper Rockies
Detroit Tigers (7 teams) Toledo Erie Lakeland West Michigan Oneonta Tigers Tigers
Florida Marlins (7 teams) Albuquerque Carolina Jupiter Greensboro Jamestown Marlins Marlins
Houston Astros (8 teams) New Orleans Round Rock Salem Lexington Tri-City Martinsville Astros, Venoco
Kansas City Royals (7 teams) Omaha Wichita Wilmington Burlington Royals 1, Royals 2 Royals
Los Angeles Dodgers (8 teams) Las Vegas Jacksonville Vero Beach South Georgia Dodgers, Ogden Dodgers 1, Dodgers 2
Milwaukee Brewers (7 teams) Indianapolis Huntsville High Desert Beloit Brewers, Helena Brewers
Minnesota Twins (7 teams) Rochester New Britain Fort Myers Quad Cities Elizabethton, Twins Twins
Montreal Expos (6 teams) Edmonton Harrisburg Brevard County Savannah Vermont Expos
New York Mets (8 teams) Norfolk Binghamton St. Lucie Capital City Brooklyn Kingsport Mets, Tronconero 2
New York Yankees (8 teams) Columbus Trenton Tampa Battle Creek Staten Island Yankees Yankees 1, Yankees 2
Oakland Athletics (8 teams) Sacramento Midland Modesto Kane County Vancouver Athletics Athletics 1, Athletics 2
Philadelphia Phillies (8 teams) Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Reading Clearwater Lakewood Batavia Phillies Phillies, Mariara
Pittsburgh Pirates (8 teams) Nashville Altoona Lynchburg Hickory Williamsport Pirates Chivacoa, Pirates
San Diego Padres (7 teams) Portland Mobile Lake Elsinore Fort Wayne Eugene Idaho Falls Padres
San Francisco Giants (7 teams) Fresno Norwich San Jose Hagerstown Salem-Keizer Giants Giants
Seattle Mariners (8 teams) Tacoma San Antonio Inland Empire Wisconsin Everett Mariners Aguirre, Mariners
St. Louis Cardinals (7 teams) Memphis Tennessee Palm Beach Peoria New Jersey Johnson City Cardinals
Tampa Bay Devil Rays (6 teams) Durham Orlando Bakersfield Charleston SC Hudson Valley Princeton
Texas Rangers (7 teams) Oklahoma Frisco Stockton Clinton Spokane Rangers Rangers
Toronto Blue Jays (7 teams) Syracuse New Haven Dunedin Charleston WV Auburn Pulaski Blue Jays

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