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List of Minnesota Twins minor league affiliates

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Minnesota Twins farm system consists of six Minor League Baseball affiliates across the United States and in the Dominican Republic. Four teams are independently owned, while two—the Florida Complex League Twins and Dominican Summer League Twins—are owned by the major league club.

The Twins have been affiliated with the Single-A Fort Myers Mighty Mussels of the Florida State League since 1993, making it the longest-running active affiliation in the organization among teams not owned by the Twins. The longest affiliation in franchise history was with the Elizabethton Twins, who were the team's Rookie affiliate in the Appalachian League for 47 seasons from 1974 to 2020. Their newest affiliates are the Triple-A St. Paul Saints of the Pacific Coast League and the Double-A Wichita Wind Surge of the Texas League, which became Twins affiliates in 2021.

Geographically, Minnesota's closest domestic affiliate is the St. Paul Saints, which are located approximately 10 miles (16 km) away. Their furthest domestic affiliates are the Fort Myers Mighty Mussels and Florida Complex League Twins of the Rookie Florida Complex League, which play at different ballparks at the same facility some 1,423 miles (2,290 km) away.

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Current affiliates

The Minnesota Twins farm system consists of six minor league affiliates.[1]

Class Team League Location Ballpark Affiliated
Triple-A St. Paul Saints International League Saint Paul, Minnesota CHS Field 2021
Double-A Wichita Wind Surge Texas League Wichita, Kansas Riverfront Stadium 2021
High-A Cedar Rapids Kernels Midwest League Cedar Rapids, Iowa Veterans Memorial Stadium 2013
Single-A Fort Myers Mighty Mussels Florida State League Fort Myers, Florida Hammond Stadium 1993
Rookie FCL Twins Florida Complex League Fort Myers, Florida Lee Health Sports Complex 1989
DSL Twins Dominican Summer League Boca Chica, Santo Domingo Baseball City Complex 2001

Past affiliates

Key

Season Each year is linked to an article about that particular team season.

1932–1962

Minor League Baseball operated with five classes (Double-A, Class A, Class B, Class C, and Class D) from 1932 to 1935.[2] Class A1, between Double-A and Class A, was added in 1936.[3] The minors continued to operate with these six levels through 1945.[3] Triple-A was established as the highest classification in 1946, and Class A1 became Double-A, with Class A through D remaining.[3] These six levels continued through 1962.[2] 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 ended any chance of the PCL being promoted.[2]

Season Triple-A Double-A Class A Class B Class C Class D Ref.
1932 Chattanooga Lookouts [4]
1933 Chattanooga Lookouts Springfield Chicks [5]
1934 Chattanooga Lookouts [6]
1935 Albany Senators Chattanooga Lookouts Panama City Pilots [7]
1936 Albany Senators Chattanooga Lookouts (A1) Brockville Pirates Sanford Lookouts [8]
1937 Chattanooga Lookouts (A1)
Trenton Senators
Charlotte Hornets
Jacksonville Tars
Salisbury Indians
Sanford Lookouts
[9]
1938 Trenton Senators Charlotte Hornets Americus Cardinals
Salisbury Indians
Sanford Lookouts
[10]
1939 Springfield Nationals Charlotte Hornets
Greenville Spinners
Oswego Netherlands Greensburg Senators
Greenville Greenies
Orlando Senators
Salisbury Senators
Sanford Lookouts
Shelby Nationals
[11]
1940 Charlotte Hornets
Greenville Spinners
Selma Cloverleafs
DeLand Red Hats
Newport Canners
Orlando Senators
Salisbury Cardinals
Shelby Colonels
Thomasville Tourists
[12]
1941 Chattanooga Lookouts (A1) Charlotte Hornets
Greenville Spinners
Selma Cloverleafs
Orlando Senators
Thomasville Lookouts
[13]
1942 Chattanooga Lookouts (A1) Charlotte Hornets Newport Canners [14]
1943 Chattanooga Lookouts (A1) /
 Montgomery Rebels (A1)
Kingsport Cherokees [15]
1944 Chattanooga Lookouts (A1)
Williamsport Grays
[16]
1945 Chattanooga Lookouts (A1)
Williamsport Grays
[17]
1946 Chattanooga Lookouts Charlotte Hornets
Pensacola Fliers
Kingsport Cherokees
Orlando Senators
[18]
1947 Chattanooga Lookouts Charlotte Hornets Havana Cubans Brewton Millers
Kingsport Cherokees
Orlando Senators
[19]
1948 Chattanooga Lookouts Bridgeport Bees
Charlotte Hornets
Gadsden Pilots
Sherman–Denison Twins
Havana Cubans
Henderson Oilers
Big Spring Broncs
Emporia Nationals
Fulton Chicks
Orlando Senators
[20]
1949 Chattanooga Lookouts Charlotte Hornets
Hagerstown Owls
Havana Cubans
New Castle Nats Concord Nationals
Emporia Nationals
Fulton Railroaders
Orlando Senators
[21]
1950 Chattanooga Lookouts Augusta Tigers Charlotte Hornets
Havana Cubans
New Castle Chiefs Concord Nationals
Emporia Nationals
Fulton Railroaders
Orlando Senators
Rome Red Sox
Wellsville Senators
[22]
1951 Chattanooga Lookouts Charlotte Hornets
Havana Cubans
Erie Sailors Fulton Railroaders
Orlando Senators
Roanoke Rapids Jays
[23]
1952 Chattanooga Lookouts Charlotte Hornets
Danville Leafs
Havana Cubans
Drummondville Cubs Fulton Lookouts
Orlando Senators
Roanoke Rapids Jays
[24]
1953 Chattanooga Lookouts Scranton Miners Charlotte Hornets Bluefield Blue-Grays
Fulton Lookouts
Orlando Senators
[25]
1954 Chattanooga Lookouts Charlotte Hornets Hagerstown Packets
Rock Hill Chiefs
Wichita Falls Spudders /
 Sweetwater Spudders
Erie Senators
Fulton Lookouts
Orlando C.B.s
[26]
1955 Chattanooga Lookouts Charlotte Hornets Hagerstown Packets
Rock Hill Chiefs
Erie Senators
Fulton Lookouts
Orlando C.B.s
[27]
1956 Louisville Colonels Chattanooga Lookouts Charlotte Hornets Hobbs Sports Thibodaux Senators Erie Senators
Fort Walton Beach Jets
Superior Senators
[28]
1957 Chattanooga Lookouts Charlotte Hornets Kinston Eagles /
 Wilson Tobs
Midland Indians /
 Lamesa Indians
Missoula Timberjacks Elmira Pioneers
Fort Walton Beach Jets
Superior Senators
[29]
1958 Chattanooga Lookouts Charlotte Hornets Fox Cities Foxes Missoula Timberjacks Elmira Pioneers
Fort Walton Beach Jets
Gainesville G-Men
Superior Senators
[30]
1959 Chattanooga Lookouts Charlotte Hornets Fox Cities Foxes Missoula Timberjacks Fort Walton Beach Jets
Lynchburg Senators
Sanford Greyhounds
[31]
1960 Charleston Senators Charlotte Hornets Wilson Tobs Erie Sailors
Fort Walton Beach Jets
Wytheville Senators
[32]
1961 Syracuse Chiefs Nashville Volunteers Charlotte Hornets Wilson Tobs Erie Sailors
Fort Walton Beach Jets
Wytheville Twins
[33]
1962 Vancouver Mounties Charlotte Hornets Wilson Tobs Bismarck-Mandan Pards Erie Sailors
Fort Walton Beach Jets
Wytheville Twins
[34]

1963–1989

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.
1963 Dallas-Fort Worth Rangers Charlotte Hornets Bismarck-Mandan Pards
Erie Sailors
Orlando Twins
Wilson Tobs
Wytheville Twins [35]
1964 Atlanta Crackers Charlotte Hornets Bismarck-Mandan Pards
Orlando Twins
Wilson Tobs
Wisconsin Rapids Twins
Melbourne Twins [36]
1965 Denver Bears Charlotte Hornets Orlando Twins
St. Cloud Rox
Thomasville Hi-Toms
Wilson Tobs
Wisconsin Rapids Twins
FRL Twins [37]
1966 Denver Bears Charlotte Hornets Orlando Twins
Thomasville Hi-Toms
Wilson Tobs
Wisconsin Rapids Twins
St. Cloud Rox GCL Twins [38]
1967 Denver Bears Charlotte Hornets Orlando Twins
Wilson Tobs
Wisconsin Rapids Twins
Auburn Twins
St. Cloud Rox
GCL Twins [39]
1968 Denver Bears Charlotte Hornets Orlando Twins
Wilson Tobs
Wisconsin Rapids Twins
Auburn Twins
St. Cloud Rox
GCL Twins [40]
1969 Denver Bears Charlotte Hornets Orlando Twins
Red Springs Twins
Wisconsin Rapids Twins
Auburn Twins
St. Cloud Rox
GCL Twins [41]
1970 Evansville Triplets Charlotte Hornets Lynchburg Twins
Orlando Twins
Wisconsin Rapids Twins
Auburn Twins
St. Cloud Rox
GCL Twins [42]
1971 Portland Beavers Charlotte Hornets Lynchburg Twins
Orlando Twins
Wisconsin Rapids Twins
Auburn Twins
St. Cloud Rox
GCL Twins [43]
1972 Tacoma Twins Charlotte Hornets Charlotte Twins
Lynchburg Twins
Orlando Twins
Wisconsin Rapids Twins
Melbourne Twins [44]
1973 Tacoma Twins Orlando Twins Lynchburg Twins
Wisconsin Rapids Twins
Geneva Twins [45]
1974 Tacoma Twins Orlando Twins Lynchburg Twins
Wisconsin Rapids Twins
Elizabethton Twins [46]
1975 Tacoma Twins Orlando Twins Reno Silver Sox[n 1]
Wisconsin Rapids Twins
Elizabethton Twins [49]
1976 Tacoma Twins Orlando Twins Reno Silver Sox[n 1]
Wisconsin Rapids Twins
Elizabethton Twins [50]
1977 Tacoma Twins Orlando Twins Visalia Oaks
Wisconsin Rapids Twins
Elizabethton Twins [51]
1978 Toledo Mud Hens Orlando Twins Visalia Oaks
Wisconsin Rapids Twins
Elizabethton Twins [52]
1979 Toledo Mud Hens Orlando Twins Visalia Oaks
Wisconsin Rapids Twins
Elizabethton Twins [53]
1980 Toledo Mud Hens Orlando Twins Visalia Oaks
Wisconsin Rapids Twins
Elizabethton Twins [54]
1981 Toledo Mud Hens Orlando Twins Visalia Oaks
Wisconsin Rapids Twins
Elizabethton Twins [55]
1982 Toledo Mud Hens Orlando Twins Visalia Oaks
Wisconsin Rapids Twins
Elizabethton Twins [56]
1983 Toledo Mud Hens Orlando Twins Visalia Oaks
Wisconsin Rapids Twins
Elizabethton Twins [57]
1984 Toledo Mud Hens Orlando Twins Kenosha Twins
Visalia Oaks
Elizabethton Twins [58]
1985 Toledo Mud Hens Orlando Twins Kenosha Twins
Visalia Oaks
Elizabethton Twins [59]
1986 Toledo Mud Hens Orlando Twins Kenosha Twins
Visalia Oaks
Elizabethton Twins [60]
1987 Portland Beavers Orlando Twins Kenosha Twins
Visalia Oaks
Elizabethton Twins [61]
1988 Portland Beavers Orlando Twins Kenosha Twins
Visalia Oaks
Elizabethton Twins [62]
1989 Portland Beavers Orlando Twins Kenosha Twins
Visalia Oaks
Elizabethton Twins
GCL Twins
[63]

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] The Twins did not field a Class A Short Season team during this period.[1]

Season Triple-A Double-A Class A-Advanced Class A Rookie Foreign Rookie Ref.
1990 Portland Beavers Orlando Sun Rays Visalia Oaks Kenosha Twins Elizabethton Twins
GCL Twins
[64]
1991 Portland Beavers Orlando Sun Rays Visalia Oaks Kenosha Twins Elizabethton Twins
GCL Twins
[65]
1992 Portland Beavers Orlando Sun Rays Visalia Oaks Kenosha Twins Elizabethton Twins
GCL Twins
[66]
1993 Portland Beavers Nashville Xpress Fort Myers Miracle Fort Wayne Wizards  Elizabethton Twins
GCL Twins
[67]
1994 Salt Lake Buzz Nashville Xpress Fort Myers Miracle Fort Wayne Wizards Elizabethton Twins
GCL Twins
[68]
1995 Salt Lake Buzz Hardware City Rock Cats Fort Myers Miracle Fort Wayne Wizards Elizabethton Twins
GCL Twins
[69]
1996 Salt Lake Buzz Hardware City Rock Cats Fort Myers Miracle Fort Wayne Wizards Elizabethton Twins
GCL Twins
[70]
1997 Salt Lake Buzz New Britain Rock Cats Fort Myers Miracle Fort Wayne Wizards Elizabethton Twins
GCL Twins
[71]
1998 Salt Lake Buzz New Britain Rock Cats Fort Myers Miracle Fort Wayne Wizards Elizabethton Twins
GCL Twins
DSL Twins/Co-op [72]
1999 Salt Lake Buzz New Britain Rock Cats Fort Myers Miracle Quad Cities River Bandits Elizabethton Twins
GCL Twins
DSL Twins/Co-op [73]
2000 Salt Lake Buzz New Britain Rock Cats Fort Myers Miracle Quad Cities River Bandits Elizabethton Twins
GCL Twins
DSL Twins/Indians [74]
2001 Edmonton Trappers New Britain Rock Cats Fort Myers Miracle Quad Cities River Bandits Elizabethton Twins
GCL Twins
DSL Twins [75]
2002 Edmonton Trappers New Britain Rock Cats Fort Myers Miracle Quad Cities River Bandits Elizabethton Twins
GCL Twins
DSL Twins
VSL Cagua[n 2]
[77]
2003 Rochester Red Wings New Britain Rock Cats Fort Myers Miracle Quad Cities River Bandits Elizabethton Twins
GCL Twins
DSL Twins
VSL Tronconero 1[n 3]
[79]
2004 Rochester Red Wings New Britain Rock Cats Fort Myers Miracle Quad Cities River Bandits Elizabethton Twins
GCL Twins
DSL Twins [80]
2005 Rochester Red Wings New Britain Rock Cats Fort Myers Miracle Beloit Snappers Elizabethton Twins
GCL Twins
DSL Twins [81]
2006 Rochester Red Wings New Britain Rock Cats Fort Myers Miracle Beloit Snappers Elizabethton Twins
GCL Twins
DSL Twins
VSL Twins/Blue Jays
[82]
2007 Rochester Red Wings New Britain Rock Cats Fort Myers Miracle Beloit Snappers Elizabethton Twins
GCL Twins
DSL Twins
VSL Twins/Cubs
[83]
2008 Rochester Red Wings New Britain Rock Cats Fort Myers Miracle Beloit Snappers Elizabethton Twins
GCL Twins
DSL Twins [84]
2009 Rochester Red Wings New Britain Rock Cats Fort Myers Miracle Beloit Snappers Elizabethton Twins
GCL Twins
DSL Twins [85]
2010 Rochester Red Wings New Britain Rock Cats Fort Myers Miracle Beloit Snappers Elizabethton Twins
GCL Twins
DSL Twins [86]
2011 Rochester Red Wings New Britain Rock Cats Fort Myers Miracle Beloit Snappers Elizabethton Twins
GCL Twins
DSL Twins [87]
2012 Rochester Red Wings New Britain Rock Cats Fort Myers Miracle Beloit Snappers Elizabethton Twins
GCL Twins
DSL Twins [88]
2013 Rochester Red Wings New Britain Rock Cats Fort Myers Miracle Cedar Rapids Kernels Elizabethton Twins
GCL Twins
DSL Twins [89]
2014 Rochester Red Wings New Britain Rock Cats Fort Myers Miracle Cedar Rapids Kernels Elizabethton Twins
GCL Twins
DSL Twins [90]
2015 Rochester Red Wings Chattanooga Lookouts Fort Myers Miracle Cedar Rapids Kernels Elizabethton Twins
GCL Twins
DSL Twins [91]
2016 Rochester Red Wings Chattanooga Lookouts Fort Myers Miracle Cedar Rapids Kernels Elizabethton Twins
GCL Twins
DSL Twins [92]
2017 Rochester Red Wings Chattanooga Lookouts Fort Myers Miracle Cedar Rapids Kernels Elizabethton Twins
GCL Twins
DSL Twins [93]
2018 Rochester Red Wings Chattanooga Lookouts Fort Myers Miracle Cedar Rapids Kernels Elizabethton Twins
GCL Twins
DSL Twins [94]
2019 Rochester Red Wings Pensacola Blue Wahoos Fort Myers Miracle Cedar Rapids Kernels Elizabethton Twins
GCL Twins
DSL Twins [95]
2020[n 4] Rochester Red Wings Pensacola Blue Wahoos Fort Myers Mighty Mussels Cedar Rapids Kernels Elizabethton Twins
GCL Twins
DSL Twins [97]

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.[98] Low-A was reclassified as Single-A in 2022.[99]

Season Triple-A Double-A High-A Single-A Rookie Foreign Rookie Ref.
2021 St. Paul Saints Wichita Wind Surge Cedar Rapids Kernels Fort Myers Mighty Mussels FCL Twins DSL Twins [100]
2022 St. Paul Saints Wichita Wind Surge Cedar Rapids Kernels Fort Myers Mighty Mussels FCL Twins DSL Twins [101]
2023 St. Paul Saints Wichita Wind Surge Cedar Rapids Kernels Fort Myers Mighty Mussels FCL Twins DSL Twins [102]

Notes

  1. ^ a b In 1975 and 1976, the Twins shared the Class A Reno Silver Sox with the San Diego Padres.[47][48]
  2. ^ In 2002, the Twins operated a Venezuelan Summer League team as a co-op with the Cincinnati Reds.[76]
  3. ^ In 2003, the Twins operated a Venezuelan Summer League team as a co-op with the San Diego Padres.[78]
  4. ^ The 2020 Minor League Baseball season was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[96]

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