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List of Chicago Cubs minor league affiliates

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Chicago Cubs farm system consists of nine Minor League Baseball affiliates across the United States and in the Dominican Republic.[1] Five teams are independently owned, while four—two Arizona League Cubs squads and two Dominican Summer League Cubs squads—are owned by the major league club.

The Cubs have been affiliated with the Triple-A Iowa Cubs of the Pacific Coast League since 1981, making it the longest-running active affiliation in the organization among teams not owned by the Cubs.[2] It is also the longest affiliation in the team's history. Their newest affiliates are the Myrtle Beach Pelicans of the Class A-Advanced Carolina League, South Bend Cubs of the Class A Midwest League, and Eugene Emeralds of the Rookie League Northwest League who became Cubs affiliates in 2015.

Geographically, Chicago's closest domestic affiliate is the South Bend Cubs of the Class A Midwest League which is approximately 75 miles (121 km) away. Chicago's furthest domestic affiliate is the Eugene Emeralds of the Rookie Northwest League which is some 1,781 miles (2,866 km) away.

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Contents

1990–present

The current structure of Minor League Baseball has been in effect since the 1990 season when the Class A level was subdivided for a second time with the creation of Class A-Advanced. The Rookie level consists of domestic and foreign circuits.[3]

Year Triple-A Double-A Class A-Advanced Class A Class A Short Season Rookie League Foreign Rookie
2020 Iowa Cubs[4] Tennessee Smokies[4] Myrtle Beach Pelicans[4] South Bend Cubs[4] Eugene Emeralds[5] Arizona League Cubs 1
Arizona League Cubs 2
DSL Cubs 1
DSL Cubs 2
2019 Iowa Cubs Tennessee Smokies Myrtle Beach Pelicans South Bend Cubs Eugene Emeralds Arizona League Cubs 1
Arizona League Cubs 2
DSL Cubs 1
DSL Cubs 2
2018 Iowa Cubs Tennessee Smokies Myrtle Beach Pelicans South Bend Cubs Eugene Emeralds Arizona League Cubs 1
Arizona League Cubs 2
DSL Cubs 1
DSL Cubs 2
2017 Iowa Cubs Tennessee Smokies Myrtle Beach Pelicans South Bend Cubs Eugene Emeralds Arizona League Cubs DSL Cubs 1
DSL Cubs 2
2016 Iowa Cubs Tennessee Smokies Myrtle Beach Pelicans South Bend Cubs Eugene Emeralds Arizona League Cubs DSL Cubs 1
DSL Cubs 2
2015 Iowa Cubs Tennessee Smokies Myrtle Beach Pelicans South Bend Cubs Eugene Emeralds Arizona League Cubs DSL Cubs
VSL Cubs
2014 Iowa Cubs Tennessee Smokies Daytona Cubs Kane County Cougars Boise Hawks Arizona League Cubs DSL Cubs
VSL Cubs
2013 Iowa Cubs Tennessee Smokies Daytona Cubs Kane County Cougars Boise Hawks Arizona League Cubs DSL Cubs
VSL Cubs
2012 Iowa Cubs Tennessee Smokies Daytona Cubs Peoria Chiefs Boise Hawks Arizona League Cubs DSL Cubs 1
DSL Cubs 2
2011 Iowa Cubs Tennessee Smokies Daytona Cubs Peoria Chiefs Boise Hawks Arizona League Cubs DSL Cubs 1
DSL Cubs 2
2010 Iowa Cubs Tennessee Smokies Daytona Cubs Peoria Chiefs Boise Hawks Arizona League Cubs DSL Cubs 1
DSL Cubs 2
2009 Iowa Cubs Tennessee Smokies Daytona Cubs Peoria Chiefs Boise Hawks Arizona League Cubs DSL Cubs 1
DSL Cubs 2
2008 Iowa Cubs Tennessee Smokies Daytona Cubs Peoria Chiefs Boise Hawks Arizona League Cubs DSL Cubs 1
DSL Cubs 2
2007 Iowa Cubs Tennessee Smokies Daytona Cubs Peoria Chiefs Boise Hawks Arizona League Cubs DSL Cubs
2006 Iowa Cubs West Tenn Diamond Jaxx Daytona Cubs Peoria Chiefs Boise Hawks Arizona League Cubs DSL Cubs
2005 Iowa Cubs West Tenn Diamond Jaxx Daytona Cubs Peoria Chiefs Boise Hawks Arizona League Cubs DSL Cubs
2004 Iowa Cubs West Tenn Diamond Jaxx Daytona Cubs Lansing Lugnuts Boise Hawks Arizona League Cubs DSL Cubs
2003 Iowa Cubs West Tenn Diamond Jaxx Daytona Cubs Lansing Lugnuts Boise Hawks Arizona League Cubs DSL Cubs
2002 Iowa Cubs West Tenn Diamond Jaxx Daytona Cubs Lansing Lugnuts Boise Hawks Arizona League Cubs DSL Cubs
2001 Iowa Cubs West Tenn Diamond Jaxx Daytona Cubs Lansing Lugnuts Boise Hawks Arizona League Cubs DSL Cubs
2000 Iowa Cubs West Tenn Diamond Jaxx Daytona Cubs Lansing Lugnuts Eugene Emeralds Arizona League Cubs DSL Cubs
1999 Iowa Cubs West Tenn Diamond Jaxx Daytona Cubs Lansing Lugnuts Eugene Emeralds Arizona League Cubs DSL Cubs
1998 Iowa Cubs West Tenn Diamond Jaxx Daytona Cubs Rockford Cubbies Williamsport Cubs Arizona League Cubs DSL Cubs
1997 Iowa Cubs Orlando Cubs Daytona Cubs Rockford Cubbies Williamsport Cubs Arizona League Cubs DSL Cubs
1996 Iowa Cubs Orlando Cubs Daytona Cubs Rockford Cubbies Williamsport Cubs DSL Cubs**
1995 Iowa Cubs Orlando Cubs Daytona Cubs Rockford Cubbies Williamsport Cubs DSL Cubs**
1994 Iowa Cubs Orlando Cubs Daytona Cubs Peoria Chiefs Williamsport Cubs Huntington Cubs DSL Cubs**
1993 Iowa Cubs Orlando Cubs Daytona Cubs Peoria Chiefs Geneva Cubs Huntington Cubs DSL Cubs*
1992 Iowa Cubs Charlotte Knights Winston-Salem Spirits Peoria Chiefs Geneva Cubs Huntington Cubs DSL Cubs†‡
1991 Iowa Cubs Charlotte Knights Winston-Salem Spirits Peoria Chiefs Geneva Cubs Huntington Cubs DSL Cubs†
1990 Iowa Cubs Charlotte Knights Winston-Salem Spirits Peoria Chiefs Geneva Cubs Huntington Cubs

† Shared an affiliation with the Kansas City Royals.
‡ Shared an affiliation with the Colorado Rockies.
* Shared an affiliation with the Texas Rangers.
** Shared an affiliation with the San Diego Padres.

1963–1989

The foundation of the minors' current structure was the result of a reorganization initiated by Major League Baseball (MLB) before the 1963 season. The reduction from six classes to four (Triple-A, Double-AA, Class A, and Rookie) was a response to the general decline of the minors throughout the 1950s and early-1960s when leagues and teams folded due to shrinking attendance caused by baseball fans' preference for staying at home to watch MLB games on television. The only change made within the next 27 years was Class A being subdivided for the first time to form Class A Short Season in 1966.[3]

Year Triple-A Double-A Class A Class A Short Season Rookie League
1989 Iowa Cubs Charlotte Knights Charleston Wheelers, Peoria Chiefs, Winston-Salem Spirits Geneva Cubs Wytheville Cubs
1988 Iowa Cubs Pittsfield Cubs Winston-Salem Spirits, Peoria Chiefs, Charleston Wheelers, Geneva Cubs Wytheville Cubs
1987 Iowa Cubs Pittsfield Cubs Winston-Salem Spirits, Peoria Chiefs, Geneva Cubs Wytheville Cubs
1986 Iowa Cubs Pittsfield Cubs Peoria Chiefs, Winston-Salem Spirits Geneva Cubs Wytheville Cubs
1985 Iowa Cubs Pittsfield Cubs Winston-Salem Spirits, Peoria Chiefs Geneva Cubs Wytheville Cubs
1984 Iowa Cubs Midland Cubs Lodi Crushers, Quad Cities Cubs Geneva Cubs Pikeville Cubs
1983 Iowa Cubs Midland Cubs Quad Cities Cubs, Salinas Spurs Geneva Cubs Pikeville Cubs
1982 Iowa Cubs Midland Cubs Quad Cities Cubs, Salinas Spurs Geneva Cubs GCL Cubs
1981 Iowa Cubs Midland Cubs Quad Cities Cubs, Geneva Cubs GCL Cubs
1980 Wichita Aeros Midland Cubs Quad Cities Cubs, Geneva Cubs GCL Cubs
1979 Wichita Aeros Midland Cubs Quad Cities Cubs, Geneva Cubs GCL Cubs
1978 Wichita Aeros Midland Cubs Pompano Beach Cubs Geneva Cubs GCL Cubs
1977 Wichita Aeros Midland Cubs Pompano Beach Cubs Geneva Cubs GCL Cubs
1976 Wichita Aeros Midland Cubs Pompano Beach Cubs GCL Cubs
1975 Wichita Aeros Midland Cubs Key West Cubs GCL Cubs
1974 Wichita Aeros Midland Cubs Key West Cubs GCL Cubs
1973 Wichita Aeros Midland Cubs Quincy Cubs GCL Cubs
1972 Wichita Aeros Midland Cubs Quincy Cubs GCL Cubs
1971 Tacoma Cubs San Antonio Missions Quincy Cubs Caldwell Cubs
1970 Tacoma Cubs San Antonio Missions Quincy Cubs Huron Cubs Caldwell Cubs
1969 Tacoma Cubs San Antonio Missions Key West Cubs, Quincy Cubs Huron Cubs Caldwell Cubs
1968 Tacoma Cubs San Antonio Missions Lodi Crushers, Quincy Cubs Caldwell Cubs
1967 Tacoma Cubs Quincy Cubs, Lodi Crushers Caldwell Cubs
1966 Tacoma Cubs Lodi Crushers, Quincy Cubs
1965 Salt Lake City Bees
1964 Salt Lake City Bees
1963 Salt Lake City Bees

1922–1962

The minors operated with six classes (Triple-A, Double-A, and Classes A, B, C, and D) from 1946 to 1962. The Pacific Coast League (PCL) was reclassified from Triple-A to Open in 1952 due to the possibility of becoming a third major league. This arrangement ended following the 1957 season when the relocation of the National League's Dodgers and Giants to the West Coast killed any chance of the PCL being promoted. The 1963 reorganization resulted in the Eastern and South Atlantic Leagues being elevated from Class A to Double-A, five of seven Class D circuits plus the ones in B and C upgraded to A, and the Appalachian League reclassified from D to Rookie.[3]

Year Triple-A Double-A Class A Class B Class C Class D
1962 San Antonio Missions
1961 Houston Buffs San Antonio Missions
1960 Houston Buffs San Antonio Missions Lancaster Red Roses
1959 Fort Worth Cats San Antonio Missions Lancaster Red Roses
1958 Portland Beavers Fort Worth Cats Pueblo Bruins
1957 Memphis Chickasaws, Fort Worth Cats Des Moines Bruins
1956 Tulsa Oilers Des Moines Bruins
1955 Macon Peaches, Des Moines Bruins
1954 Beaumont Exporters Macon Peaches, Des Moines Bruins
1953 Springfield Cubs Macon Peaches, Des Moines Bruins
1952 Springfield Cubs Des Moines Bruins, Macon Peaches
1951 Los Angeles Angels, Springfield Cubs Nashville Volunteers Des Moines Bruins, Grand Rapids Jets
1950 Los Angeles Angels, Springfield Cubs Nashville Volunteers Grand Rapids Jets, Des Moines Bruins
1949 Los Angeles Angels Nashville Volunteers Des Moines Bruins, Macon Peaches
1948 Los Angeles Angels Nashville Volunteers Macon Peaches, Des Moines Bruins
1947 Los Angeles Angels Tulsa Oilers, Nashville Volunteers Des Moines Bruins, Macon Peaches
1946 Los Angeles Angels Nashville Volunteers, Tulsa Oilers Macon Peaches
1945 Los Angeles Angels
1944 Los Angeles Angels
1943 Los Angeles Angels
1942 Los Angeles Angels, Milwaukee Brewers
1941 Los Angeles Angels, Milwaukee Brewers
1940 Milwaukee Brewers, Los Angeles Angels
1939 Los Angeles Angels, Milwaukee Brewers
1938 Los Angeles Angels
1937 Los Angeles Angels Ponca City Angels
1936 Los Angeles Angels Ponca City Angels
1935 Los Angeles Angels Ponca City Angels
1934 Los Angeles Angels Ponca City Angels
1933 Los Angeles Angels Ponca City Angels
1932 Los Angeles Angels Wichita Aviators
1930 Reading Keystones
1929 Reading Keystones
1928 Reading Keystones
1927 Reading Keystones
1925 Wichita Falls Spudders
1924 Wichita Falls Spudders
1923 Wichita Falls Spudders
1922 Wichita Falls Spudders

References

  1. ^ "Cubs Affiliates". Chicago Cubs. Major League Baseball. Retrieved August 2, 2017.
  2. ^ "Chicago Cubs Minor League Affiliates". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved August 2, 2017.
  3. ^ a b c Cronin, John (Spring 2013). "Truth in the Minor League Class Structure: The Case for the Reclassification of the Minors". The Baseball Research Journal. Society for American Baseball Research. Retrieved July 27, 2017.
  4. ^ a b c d "Cubs Extend Four Affiliations Through 2022". Ballpark Digest. October 31, 2018. Retrieved October 31, 2018.
  5. ^ "Emeralds, Cubs Extend PDC Through 2022". Ballpark Digest. August 6, 2018. Retrieved September 13, 2018.

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