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List of Milwaukee Brewers minor league affiliates

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Milwaukee Brewers farm system consists of eight Minor League Baseball affiliates across the United States and in the Dominican Republic. Five teams are owned by the major league club, while three—the Nashville Sounds, Biloxi Shuckers, and Wisconsin Timber Rattlers—are independently owned.

The Brewers have been affiliated with the High-A Wisconsin Timber Rattlers of the High-A Central since 2009, making it the longest-running active affiliation in the organization among teams not owned by the Brewers. The longest affiliation in franchise history was with the Helena Gold Sox/Brewers, who were the team's Rookie affiliate in the Pioneer League for 32 seasons from 1985 to 2018; they were not partnered with Milwaukee in 2001 and 2002. The longest continuous affiliation in team history was the 23-year relationship with the Class A Beloit Brewers/Snappers of the Midwest League from 1982 to 2004. Their newest affiliate is the Nashville Sounds of the Triple-A East, which became the Brewers' Triple-A club in 2021; they were previously affiliated with Nashville from 2005 to 2014.

Geographically, Milwaukee's closest domestic affiliate is the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers, which are approximately 90 miles (140 km) away. Milwaukee's furthest domestic affiliates are the two Arizona League Brewers squads of the Rookie Arizona League some 1,462 miles (2,353 km) away.

Current affiliates

The Milwaukee Brewers farm system consists of eight minor league affiliates.[1]

Class Team League Location Ballpark Affiliated
Triple-A Nashville Sounds Triple-A East Nashville, Tennessee First Horizon Park 2021
Double-A Biloxi Shuckers Double-A South Biloxi, Mississippi MGM Park 2015
High-A Wisconsin Timber Rattlers High-A Central Grand Chute, Wisconsin Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium 2009
Low-A Carolina Mudcats Low-A East Zebulon, North Carolina Five County Stadium 2017
Rookie AZL Brewers Blue Arizona League Phoenix, Arizona American Family Fields of Phoenix 2001
AZL Brewers Gold 2019
DSL Brewers Dominican Summer League Ramón Santana, San Pedro de Macorís Tower Complex 2010
DSL Brewers/Blue Jays 2020

Past affiliates

Key

Season Each year is linked to an article about that particular Brewers season.
League champions League champions

1968–1989

Prior to the 1963 season, Major League Baseball (MLB) initiated a reorganization of Minor League Baseball that resulted in a reduction from six classes to four (Triple-A, Double-A, Class A, and Rookie) in 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.[2]

Season Triple-A Double-A Class A Class A Short Season Rookie Ref(s).
1968 Newark Co-Pilots [3]
1969 Vancouver Mounties[n 1] Clinton Pilots Newark Co-Pilots Billings Mustangs [4][5]
1970 Portland Beavers Jacksonville Suns[n 2] Clinton Pilots Newark Co-Pilots [6][7]
1971 Evansville Triplets Danville Warriors Newark Co-Pilots [8]
1972 Evansville TripletsLeague champions[c 1] San Antonio Brewers Danville WarriorsLeague champions[c 2] Newark Co-Pilots [11]
1973 Evansville Triplets Shreveport Captains Danville Warriors Newark Co-Pilots [12]
1974 Sacramento Solons Shreveport Captains Danville WarriorsLeague champions[c 3] Newark Co-Pilots [13]
1975 Sacramento Solons Thetford Mines Miners Burlington Bees Newark Co-PilotsLeague champions[c 4] [15]
1976 Spokane Indians Berkshire Brewers Burlington Bees Newark Co-Pilots [16]
1977 Spokane Indians Holyoke Millers Burlington BeesLeague champions[c 5] Newark Co-Pilots [17]
1978 Spokane Indians Holyoke Millers Burlington Bees Newark Co-Pilots [18]
1979 Vancouver Canadians Holyoke Millers Burlington Bees Butte Copper Kings [19]
Stockton Ports
1980 Vancouver Canadians Holyoke MillersLeague champions[c 6] Burlington Bees Butte Copper Kings [21]
Stockton PortsLeague champions[c 7]
1981 Vancouver Canadians El Paso Diablos Burlington Bees Butte Copper KingsLeague champions[c 8] [24]
Stockton Ports
1982 Vancouver Canadians El Paso Diablos Beloit Brewers Pikeville Brewers [25]
Stockton Ports
1983 Vancouver Canadians El Paso Diablos Beloit Brewers Paintsville BrewersLeague champions[c 9] [27]
Stockton Ports
1984 Vancouver Canadians El Paso Diablos Beloit Brewers Paintsville Brewers [28]
Stockton Ports
1985 Vancouver CanadiansLeague champions[c 10] El Paso Diablos Beloit Brewers Helena Gold Sox [30]
Stockton Ports
1986 Vancouver Canadians El Paso DiablosLeague champions[c 11] Beloit Brewers Helena Gold Sox [32]
Stockton PortsLeague champions[c 12]
1987 Denver Zephyrs El Paso Diablos Beloit Brewers Helena Brewers [33]
Stockton Ports
1988 Denver Zephyrs El Paso Diablos Beloit Brewers Helena Brewers [34]
Stockton Ports AZL BrewersLeague champions[c 13]
1989 Denver Zephyrs El Paso Diablos Beloit Brewers Helena Brewers [36][37]
Stockton Ports AZL BrewersLeague champions[c 14]
DSL Red Sox/Orioles/Brewers[n 3]

1990–2020

Minor League Baseball operated with six classes from 1990 to 2020. In 1990, the Class A level was subdivided for a second time with the creation of Class A-Advanced. The Rookie level consisted of domestic and foreign circuits.[2]

Season Triple-A Double-A Class A-Advanced Class A Class A Short Season Rookie Foreign Rookie Ref(s).
1990 Denver Zephyrs El Paso Diablos Stockton PortsLeague champions[c 15] Beloit Brewers Helena Brewers DSL Brewers/Blue Jays[n 4] [39][40]
AZL BrewersLeague champions[c 16]
1991 Denver ZephyrsLeague champions[c 17] El Paso Diablos Stockton Ports Beloit Brewers Helena Brewers DSL Brewers [42][43]
AZL Brewers
1992 Denver Zephyrs El Paso Diablos Stockton PortsLeague champions[c 18] Beloit Brewers Helena Brewers DSL Brewers [44]
AZL Brewers
1993 New Orleans Zephyrs El Paso Diablos Stockton Ports Beloit Brewers Helena Brewers DSL Brewers [45]
AZL Brewers
1994 New Orleans Zephyrs El Paso DiablosLeague champions[c 19] Stockton Ports Beloit Brewers Helena Brewers DSL Astros/Brewers[n 5] [46]
AZL Brewers
1995 New Orleans Zephyrs El Paso Diablos Stockton Ports Beloit SnappersLeague champions[c 20] Helena BrewersLeague champions[c 21] DSL Astros/Brewers[n 6] [47]
AZL Brewers
1996 New Orleans Zephyrs El Paso Diablos Stockton Ports Beloit Snappers Helena BrewersLeague champions[c 22] DSL Brewers/White Sox[n 7] [48]
Ogden Raptors
1997 Tucson Toros El Paso Diablos Stockton Ports Beloit Snappers Helena Brewers DSL Brewers [49]
Ogden Raptors
1998 Louisville Redbirds El Paso Diablos Stockton Ports Beloit Snappers Helena Brewers DSL Brewers [50][51]
Ogden Raptors VSL Guacara 1[n 8]League champions[c 23]
1999 Louisville RiverBats Huntsville Stars Stockton Ports Beloit Snappers Helena Brewers DSL Brewers [50][53]
Ogden Raptors VSL La Victoria[n 9]
2000 Indianapolis IndiansLeague champions[c 24] Huntsville Stars Mudville Nine Beloit Snappers Helena Brewers DSL Brewers [50][55]
Ogden Raptors VSL San Joaquín[n 10]
2001 Indianapolis Indians Huntsville StarsLeague champions[c 25] High Desert Mavericks Beloit Snappers Ogden Raptors DSL BrewersLeague champions[c 26] [50][58]
AZL Brewers VSL San Joaquín[n 11]
2002 Indianapolis Indians Huntsville Stars High Desert Mavericks Beloit Snappers Ogden Raptors DSL Brewers [59]
AZL Brewers VSL Ciudad Alianza[n 12]
2003 Indianapolis Indians Huntsville Stars High Desert Mavericks Beloit Snappers Helena Brewers DSL Brewers [61]
AZL Brewers VSL Cagua[n 13]
2004 Indianapolis Indians Huntsville Stars High Desert Mavericks Beloit Snappers Helena Brewers [63]
AZL Brewers
2005 Nashville SoundsLeague champions[c 27] Huntsville Stars Brevard County Manatees West Virginia Power Helena Brewers [64]
AZL Brewers
2006 Nashville Sounds Huntsville Stars Brevard County Manatees West Virginia Power Helena Brewers [65]
AZL Brewers
2007 Nashville Sounds Huntsville Stars Brevard County Manatees West Virginia Power Helena Brewers [66]
AZL Brewers
2008 Nashville Sounds Huntsville Stars Brevard County Manatees West Virginia Power Helena Brewers [67]
AZL Brewers
2009 Nashville Sounds Huntsville Stars Brevard County Manatees Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Helena Brewers DSL Orioles/Brewers[n 14] [68]
AZL Brewers
2010 Nashville Sounds Huntsville Stars Brevard County Manatees Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Helena BrewersLeague champions[c 28] DSL Brewers [69]
AZL BrewersLeague champions[c 29]
2011 Nashville Sounds Huntsville Stars Brevard County Manatees Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Helena Brewers DSL Brewers [71]
AZL Brewers
2012 Nashville Sounds Huntsville Stars Brevard County Manatees Wisconsin Timber RattlersLeague champions[c 30] Helena Brewers DSL Brewers [72]
AZL Brewers
2013 Nashville Sounds Huntsville Stars Brevard County Manatees Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Helena Brewers DSL Brewers [73]
AZL Brewers
2014 Nashville Sounds Huntsville Stars Brevard County Manatees Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Helena Brewers DSL Brewers [74]
AZL Brewers
2015 Colorado Springs Sky Sox Biloxi Shuckers Brevard County Manatees Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Helena Brewers DSL Brewers [75]
AZL Brewers
2016 Colorado Springs Sky Sox Biloxi Shuckers Brevard County Manatees Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Helena Brewers DSL Brewers [76]
AZL Brewers
2017 Colorado Springs Sky Sox Biloxi Shuckers Carolina Mudcats Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Helena Brewers DSL Brewers [77]
AZL Brewers DSL Indians/Brewers[n 15]
2018 Colorado Springs Sky Sox Biloxi Shuckers Carolina Mudcats Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Helena Brewers DSL Brewers [78]
AZL Brewers DSL Indians/Brewers[n 16]
2019 San Antonio Missions Biloxi Shuckers Carolina Mudcats Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Rocky Mountain Vibes DSL Brewers [79]
AZL Brewers Blue DSL Indians/Brewers[n 17]
AZL Brewers Gold
2020[n 18] San Antonio Missions Biloxi Shuckers Carolina Mudcats Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Rocky Mountain Vibes DSL Brewers [81]
AZL Brewers Blue DSL Brewers/Blue Jays[n 19]
AZL Brewers Gold

2021–present

The current structure of Minor League Baseball is the result of an overall contraction of the system beginning with the 2021 season. Class A was reduced to two levels: High-A and Low-A.[82]

Season Triple-A Double-A High-A Low-A Rookie Foreign Rookie Ref.
2021 Nashville Sounds Biloxi Shuckers Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Carolina Mudcats AZL Brewers Blue DSL Brewers [83]
AZL Brewers Gold DSL Brewers/Blue Jays

Notes

General
  1. ^ In 1969, the Pilots shared the Triple-A Vancouver Mounties with the Montreal Expos.[4]
  2. ^ In 1970, the Brewers shared the Double-A Jacksonville Suns with the Montreal Expos.[6]
  3. ^ In 1989, the Brewers operated a Dominican Summer League team as a co-op with the Boston Red Sox and Baltimore Orioles.[36]
  4. ^ In 1990, the Brewers operated a Dominican Summer League team as a co-op with the Toronto Blue Jays.[39]
  5. ^ In 1994, the Brewers operated a Dominican Summer League team as a co-op with the Houston Astros.[46]
  6. ^ In 1995, the Brewers operated a Dominican Summer League team as a co-op with the Houston Astros.[47]
  7. ^ In 1996, the Brewers operated a Dominican Summer League team as a co-op with the Chicago White Sox.[48]
  8. ^ In 1998, the Brewers operated a Venezuelan Summer League team as a co-op with the Florida Marlins and San Francisco Giants.[50]
  9. ^ In 1999, the Brewers operated a Venezuelan Summer League team as a co-op with the Philadelphia Phillies and San Francisco Giants.[50]
  10. ^ In 2000, the Brewers operated a Venezuelan Summer League team as a co-op with the Boston Red Sox and Minnesota Twins.[50]
  11. ^ In 2001, the Brewers operated a Venezuelan Summer League team as a co-op with the Boston Red Sox and Minnesota Twins.[50]
  12. ^ In 2002, the Brewers operated a Venezuelan Summer League team as a co-op with the Boston Red Sox.[60]
  13. ^ In 2003, the Brewers operated a Venezuelan Summer League team as a co-op with the Cincinnati Reds.[62]
  14. ^ In 2009, the Brewers operated a Dominican Summer League team as a co-op with the Baltimore Orioles.[68]
  15. ^ In 2017, the Brewers operated a Dominican Summer League team as a co-op with the Cleveland Indians.[77]
  16. ^ In 2018, the Brewers operated a Dominican Summer League team as a co-op with the Cleveland Indians.[78]
  17. ^ In 2019, the Brewers operated a Dominican Summer League team as a co-op with the Cleveland Indians.[79]
  18. ^ The 2020 Minor League Baseball season was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[80]
  19. ^ In 2020, the Brewers planned to operate a Dominican Summer League team as a co-op with the Toronto Blue Jays.[81]
League champions
  1. ^ The Evansville Triplets won the 1972 American Association championship.[9]
  2. ^ The Danville Warriors won the 1972 Midwest League championship.[10]
  3. ^ The Danville Warriors won the 1974 Midwest League championship.[10]
  4. ^ The Newark Co-Pilots won the 1975 New York–Penn League championship.[14]
  5. ^ The Burlington Bees won the 1977 Midwest League championship.[10]
  6. ^ The Holyoke Millers won the 1980 Eastern League championship.[20]
  7. ^ The Stockton Ports won the 1980 California League championship.[22]
  8. ^ The Butte Copper Kings won the 1981 Pioneer League championship.[23]
  9. ^ The Paintsville Brewers won the 1983 Appalachian League championship.[26]
  10. ^ The Vancouver Canadians won the 1985 Pacific Coast League championship.[29]
  11. ^ The El Paso Diablos won the 1986 Texas League championship.[31]
  12. ^ The Stockton Ports won the 1986 California League championship.[22]
  13. ^ The AZL Brewers won the 1988 Arizona League championship.[35]
  14. ^ The AZL Brewers won the 1989 Arizona League championship.[38]
  15. ^ The Stockton Ports won the 1990 California League championship.[22]
  16. ^ The AZL Brewers won the 1990 Arizona League championship.[41]
  17. ^ The Denver Zephyrs won the 1991 American Association championship.[9]
  18. ^ The Stockton Ports won the 1992 California League championship.[22]
  19. ^ The El Paso Diablos won the 1994 Texas League championship.[31]
  20. ^ The Beloit Snappers won the 1995 Midwest League championship.[10]
  21. ^ The Helena Brewers won the 1995 Pioneer League championship.[23]
  22. ^ The Helena Brewers won the 1996 Pioneer League championship.[23]
  23. ^ VSL Guacara 1 won the 1998 Venezuelan Summer League championship.[52]
  24. ^ The Indianapolis Indians won the 2000 International League championship.[54]
  25. ^ The Huntsville Stars won the 2001 Southern League championship.[56]
  26. ^ The DSL Brewers won the 2001 Dominican Summer League championship.[57]
  27. ^ The Nashville Sounds won the 2005 Pacific Coast League championship.[29]
  28. ^ The Helena Brewers won the 2010 Pioneer League championship.[23]
  29. ^ The AZL Brewers won the 2010 Arizona League championship.[70]
  30. ^ The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers won the 2012 Midwest League championship.[10]

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