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2010 Minor League Affiliations

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2010 Season Minor League Affiliates

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

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.

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