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List of Tampa Bay Rays minor league affiliates

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Tampa Bay Rays 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—the Princeton Rays, Gulf Coast League Rays, and two Dominican Summer League Rays squads—are owned by the major league club.

The Rays have been affiliated with the Class A Short Season Hudson Valley Renegades of the New York–Penn League since 1996, making it the longest-running active affiliation in the organization among teams not owned by the Rays.[2] It is also the longest affiliation in the team's history. Their newest affiliates are the Charlotte Stone Crabs of the Florida State League which became the Rays' Class A-Advanced club in 2009 and the Bowling Green Hot Rods of the Midwest League which became their Class A affiliate also in 2009.[2]

Geographically, Tampa Bay's closest domestic affiliates are the Charlotte Stone Crabs of the Class A-Advanced Florida State League and the Gulf Coast League Rays of the Rookie League Gulf Coast League which share a facility approximately 61 miles (98 km) away. Tampa Bay's furthest domestic affiliate is the Hudson Valley Renegades of the Class A Short Season New York–Penn League some 1,070 miles (1,720 km) away.

1992–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 Durham Bulls[4] Montgomery Biscuits[5] Charlotte Stone Crabs[6] Bowling Green Hot Rods[7] Hudson Valley Renegades[8] Princeton Rays[6]
GCL Rays
DSL Rays 1, DSL Rays 2
2019 Durham Bulls Montgomery Biscuits Charlotte Stone Crabs Bowling Green Hot Rods Hudson Valley Renegades Princeton Rays
GCL Rays
DSL Rays 1, DSL Rays 2
2018 Durham Bulls Montgomery Biscuits Charlotte Stone Crabs Bowling Green Hot Rods Hudson Valley Renegades Princeton Rays
GCL Rays
DSL Rays 1, DSL Rays 2
2017 Durham Bulls Montgomery Biscuits Charlotte Stone Crabs Bowling Green Hot Rods Hudson Valley Renegades Princeton Rays
GCL Rays
DSL Rays 1, DSL Rays 2
2016 Durham Bulls Montgomery Biscuits Charlotte Stone Crabs Bowling Green Hot Rods Hudson Valley Renegades Princeton Rays
GCL Rays
DSL Rays
2015 Durham Bulls Montgomery Biscuits Charlotte Stone Crabs Bowling Green Hot Rods Hudson Valley Renegades Princeton Rays
GCL Rays
DSL Rays
2014 Durham Bulls Montgomery Biscuits Charlotte Stone Crabs Bowling Green Hot Rods Hudson Valley Renegades Princeton Rays
GCL Rays
DSL Rays, VSL Rays
2013 Durham Bulls Montgomery Biscuits Charlotte Stone Crabs Bowling Green Hot Rods Hudson Valley Renegades Princeton Rays
GCL Rays
DSL Rays, VSL Rays
2012 Durham Bulls Montgomery Biscuits Charlotte Stone Crabs Bowling Green Hot Rods Hudson Valley Renegades Princeton Rays
GCL Rays
DSL Rays, VSL Rays
2011 Durham Bulls Montgomery Biscuits Charlotte Stone Crabs Bowling Green Hot Rods Hudson Valley Renegades Princeton Rays
GCL Rays
DSL Rays, VSL Rays
2010 Durham Bulls Montgomery Biscuits Charlotte Stone Crabs Bowling Green Hot Rods Hudson Valley Renegades Princeton Rays
GCL Rays
DSL Rays, VSL Rays
2009 Durham Bulls Montgomery Biscuits Charlotte Stone Crabs Bowling Green Hot Rods Hudson Valley Renegades Princeton Rays
GCL Rays
DSL Rays, VSL Rays
2008 Durham Bulls Montgomery Biscuits Vero Beach Devil Rays Columbus Catfish Hudson Valley Renegades Princeton Rays DSL Rays, VSL Rays
2007 Durham Bulls Montgomery Biscuits Vero Beach Devil Rays Columbus Catfish Hudson Valley Renegades Princeton Devil Rays DSL Rays
2006 Durham Bulls Montgomery Biscuits Visalia Oaks Southwest Michigan Devil Rays Hudson Valley Renegades Princeton Devil Rays
2005 Durham Bulls Montgomery Biscuits Visalia Oaks Southwest Michigan Devil Rays Hudson Valley Renegades Princeton Devil Rays
2004 Durham Bulls Montgomery Biscuits Bakersfield Blaze Charleston RiverDogs Hudson Valley Renegades Princeton Devil Rays
2003 Durham Bulls Orlando Rays Bakersfield Blaze Charleston RiverDogs Hudson Valley Renegades Princeton Devil Rays
2002 Durham Bulls Orlando Rays Bakersfield Blaze Charleston RiverDogs Hudson Valley Renegades Princeton Devil Rays
2001 Durham Bulls Orlando Rays Bakersfield Blaze Charleston RiverDogs Hudson Valley Renegades Princeton Devil Rays DSL Rays
2000 Durham Bulls Orlando Rays St. Petersburg Devil Rays Charleston RiverDogs Hudson Valley Renegades Princeton Devil Rays DSL Rays
1999 Durham Bulls Orlando Rays St. Petersburg Devil Rays Charleston RiverDogs Hudson Valley Renegades Princeton Devil Rays DSL Rays
1998 Durham Bulls St. Petersburg Devil Rays Charleston RiverDogs Hudson Valley Renegades Princeton Devil Rays DSL Rays
1997 St. Petersburg Devil Rays Charleston RiverDogs Hudson Valley Renegades Princeton Devil Rays
1996 Hudson Valley Renegades Butte Copper Kings

References

  1. ^ "Rays Affiliates". Tampa Bay Rays. Major League Baseball. Retrieved July 29, 2017.
  2. ^ a b "Tampa Bay Rays Minor League Affiliates". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved July 29, 2017.
  3. ^ 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. ^ "Bulls, Rays Extend Affiliation Through 2020". Ballpark Digest. November 30, 2017. Retrieved September 12, 2018.
  5. ^ "Biscuits, Rays Extend Affiliation Through 2020". Ballpark Digest. February 21, 2018. Retrieved September 12, 2018.
  6. ^ a b Reichard, Kevin. "Affiliate Dance". Ballpark Digest. Retrieved September 12, 2018.
  7. ^ "Hot Rods, Rays Announce PDC Extension". Ballpark Digest. October 25, 2017. Retrieved September 12, 2018.
  8. ^ "Renegades, Rays Extend PDC". Ballpark Digest. October 25, 2017. Retrieved September 12, 2018.

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