2018 Minor League affiliation changes

Follow along as Minor League teams agree to PDC deals for 2019

Nashville's First Tennessee Park will be the home of Rangers prospects in 2019, the teams revealed Tuesday. (Nashville Sounds)

By MiLB.com | October 1, 2018 10:50 AM

Every two years, Minor League teams with expiring player development contracts have the option to change the MLB club with which they affiliate. Check back here to see who is going where as the dominoes fall. All announcements are subject to approval by Minor League Baseball.

Affiliation Changes for the 2019 Season
Club League Level 2018 Affiliation 2019 Affiliation
Fresno Grizzlies Pacific Triple-A

Astros

Nationals

Las Vegas 51s Pacific Triple-A

Mets

Athletics

Nashville Sounds Pacific Triple-A

Athletics

Rangers

Round Rock Express Pacific Triple-A

Rangers

Astros

San Antonio Missions Texas to Pacific Double-A to Triple-A

Padres

Brewers

Syracuse Chiefs International Triple-A

Nationals

Mets

Amarillo Texas Double-A

 

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Padres

Chattanooga Lookouts Southern Double-A

Twins

Reds

Pensacola Blue Wahoos Southern Double-A

Reds

Twins

Clinton LumberKings Midwest Class A

Mariners

Marlins

Greensboro Grasshoppers South Atlantic Class A

Marlins

Pirates

West Virginia Power South Atlantic Class A

Pirates

Mariners

Helena Brewers Pioneer Rookie

Brewers

 

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This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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