The Detroit Tigers farm system consists of seven Minor League Baseball affiliates across the United States and in the Dominican Republic. Four teams are owned by the major league club, while three—the Toledo Mud Hens, Erie SeaWolves, and West Michigan Whitecaps—are independently owned.

The Tigers have been affiliated with the Triple-A Toledo Mud Hens of the International League since 1987, making it the longest-running active affiliation in the organization among teams not owned by the Tigers. It is also the longest independently-owned partnership in the team's history including previous stints from 1937 to 1939, 1949 to 1951, and 1967 to 1973. Among all teams, the longest relationship has been with the Lakeland Flying Tigers of the Florida State League, who were affiliates form 1963 to 1964 before reaffiliating in 1967. Their newest affiliate is the Erie SeaWolves of the Eastern League, which became the Tigers' Double-A club in 2001.

Geographically, Detroit's closest domestic affiliate is the Toledo Mud Hens, which are approximately 54 miles (87 km) away. Detroit's furthest domestic affiliates are the Single-A Lakeland Flying Tigers and the Florida Complex League Tigers of the Rookie Florida Complex League, which share a facility some 988 miles (1,590 km) away.

Current affiliates

The Detroit Tigers farm system consists of seven minor league affiliates.[1]

Class Team League Location Ballpark Affiliated
Triple-A Toledo Mud Hens International League Toledo, Ohio Fifth Third Field 1987
Double-A Erie SeaWolves Eastern League Erie, Pennsylvania UPMC Park 2001
High-A West Michigan Whitecaps Midwest League Comstock Park, Michigan LMCU Ballpark 1997
Single-A Lakeland Flying Tigers Florida State League Lakeland, Florida Publix Field at Joker Marchant Stadium 1963
Rookie FCL Tigers Florida Complex League Lakeland, Florida Publix Field at Joker Marchant Stadium 1995
DSL Tigers 1 Dominican Summer League San Pedro de Macorís, San Pedro de Macorís Detroit Tigers Academy 1992
DSL Tigers 2 2022

Past affiliates

Key

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

1919–1962

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.
1919 Fort Worth Panthers [4]
1920 Fort Worth Panthers [5]
1921 Fort Worth Panthers [6]
1922 Fort Worth Panthers [7]
1923 Fort Worth Panthers [8]
1924 Fort Worth Panthers [9]
1925 Fort Worth Panthers [10]
1926 Fort Worth Panthers [11]
1927 Fort Worth Panthers [12]
1928 Fort Worth Panthers [13]
1929 Fort Worth Panthers [14]
1930 Beaumont Exporters [15]
1931 Beaumont Exporters [16]
1932 Toronto Maple Leafs Beaumont Exporters Decatur Commodores Huntington Boosters Moline Plowboys [17]
1933 Toronto Maple Leafs Beaumont Exporters
Hutchinson Wheat Shockers /
 Bartlesville Broncos
Quincy Shipbuilders /
 Nashua Millionaires /
 Brockton Shoemakers
Huntington Boosters
Shreveport Sports
[18]
1934 Beaumont Exporters Charleston Senators
Shreveport Sports /
 Greenwood Chiefs
Charleroi Tigers [19]
1935 Portland Beavers Beaumont Exporters Springfield Senators Charleston Senators
Henderson Oilers
Charleroi Tigers [20]
1936 Milwaukee Brewers Beaumont Exporters (A1) Augusta Tigers Charleston Senators
Jackson Senators
Alexandria Aces
Charleroi Tigers
Palatka Azaleas
Tiffin Mud Hens
[21]
1937 Toledo Mud Hens Beaumont Exporters (A1)
Sioux City Cowboys
Winston-Salem Twins Charleston Senators
Henderson Oilers
Beckley Bengals
Lake Charles Skippers
Tiffin Mud Hens
[22]
1938 Toledo Mud Hens Beaumont Exporters (A1) Charleston Senators
Hot Springs Bathers
Hobbs Boosters
Tiffin Mud Hens
[23]
1939 Toledo Mud Hens Beaumont Exporters (A1) Henderson Oilers
Hot Springs Bathers
Fulton Tigers
Newport Tigers
Sioux City Cowboys
Tiffin Mud Hens
[24]
1940 Buffalo Bisons Beaumont Exporters (A1) Henderson Oilers
Hot Springs Bathers
Muskegon Reds
Fulton Tigers [25]
1941 Buffalo Bisons
San Francisco Seals
Beaumont Exporters (A1)
Elmira Pioneers
Augusta Tigers
Hagerstown Owls
Winston-Salem Twins
Muskegon Reds
Texarkana Twins
Utica Braves
Fulton Tigers
Jamestown Falcons
Tallassee Indians
[26]
1942 Buffalo Bisons Beaumont Exporters (A1)
Elmira Pioneers
Augusta Tigers
Hagerstown Owls
Winston-Salem Twins
Pittsfield Electrics Fulton Tigers
Jamestown Falcons
[27]
1943 Buffalo Bisons Hagerstown Owls [28]
1944 Buffalo Bisons Hagerstown Owls Jamestown Falcons [29]
1945 Buffalo Bisons Jamestown Falcons [30]
1946 Buffalo Bisons Dallas Rebels Williamsport Grays Lubbock Hubbers
Muskogee Reds
Rome Colonels
Jamestown Falcons [31]
1947 Buffalo Bisons Dallas Rebels Williamsport Tigers Hagerstown Owls
Montgomery Rebels
Lubbock Hubbers
Rome Colonels
Jamestown Falcons
Nazareth Barons
Thomasville Tigers
Troy Trojans
[32]
1948 Buffalo Bisons
Seattle Rainiers
Little Rock Travelers Flint Arrows
Williamsport Tigers
Hagerstown Owls Durham Bulls
Rome Colonels
Clinton Blues
Jamestown Falcons
Thomasville Tigers
Troy Tigers
[33]
1949 Buffalo Bisons
Toledo Mud Hens
Little Rock Travelers Flint Arrows
Williamsport Tigers
Durham Bulls
Lynn Tigers
Butler Tigers
Rome Colonels
Jamestown Falcons
Thomasville Tigers
Troy Tigers
[34]
1950 Toledo Mud Hens Little Rock Travelers Flint Arrows
Williamsport Grays
Durham Bulls Butler Tigers Jamestown Falcons
Richmond Tigers
Thomasville Tigers
[35]
1951 Toledo Mud Hens Little Rock Travelers Williamsport Tigers Davenport Tigers
Durham Bulls
Jamestown Falcons
Richmond Tigers
Wausau Timberjacks
[36]
1952 Buffalo Bisons Little Rock Travelers Williamsport Tigers Davenport Tigers
Durham Bulls
Kinston Eagles
Jamestown Falcons
Wausau Timberjacks
[37]
1953 Buffalo Bisons Little Rock Travelers Montgomery Grays Durham Bulls Bakersfield Indians
Jackson Senators
Jamestown Falcons
Wausau Timberjacks
[38]
1954 Buffalo Bisons Little Rock Travelers Wilkes-Barre Barons Durham Bulls Greenville Tigers
Idaho Falls Russets
Jamestown Falcons
Valdosta Tigers
[39]
1955 Buffalo Bisons Little Rock Travelers Augusta Tigers Durham Bulls
Terre Haute Tigers
Idaho Falls Russets
Greenville Bucks
Jamestown Falcons
Panama City Fliers
Valdosta Tigers
[40]
1956 Charleston Senators Augusta Tigers
Syracuse Chiefs
Durham Bulls
Terre Haute Tigers
Idaho Falls Russets Hazlehurst-Baxley Tigers
Jamestown Falcons
Palatka Tigers
Panama City Fliers
Valdosta Tigers
[41]
1957 Charleston Senators Birmingham Barons Augusta Tigers Durham Bulls Idaho Falls Russets Erie Sailors
Montgomery Rebels
Orlando Flyers
Valdosta Tigers
[42]
1958 Charleston Senators Birmingham Barons Augusta Tigers
Lancaster Red Roses
Durham Bulls Idaho Falls Russets Decatur Commodores
Erie Sailors
Montgomery Rebels
Valdosta Tigers
[43]
1959 Charleston Senators Birmingham Barons Knoxville Smokies Durham Bulls Decatur Commodores
Erie Sailors
Montgomery Rebels
[44]
1960 Denver Bears Birmingham Barons
Victoria Rosebuds
Knoxville Smokies Durham Bulls Duluth–Superior Dukes Decatur Commodores
Montgomery Rebels
[45]
1961 Denver Bears Birmingham Barons Knoxville Smokies Durham Bulls Duluth–Superior Dukes Decatur Commodores
Jamestown Tigers
Montgomery Rebels
[46]
1962 Denver Bears Knoxville Smokies Duluth–Superior Dukes Jamestown Tigers
Montgomery Rebels
Thomasville Tigers
[47]

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(s).
1963 Syracuse Chiefs Knoxville Smokies Duluth–Superior Dukes
Jamestown Tigers
Lakeland Tigers
Thomasville Tigers
[48]
1964 Syracuse Chiefs Knoxville Smokies Duluth–Superior Dukes
Jamestown Tigers
Lakeland Tigers
Cocoa Tigers [49]
1965 Syracuse Chiefs Montgomery Rebels Daytona Beach Islanders
Duluth–Superior Dukes
Jamestown Tigers
Rocky Mount Leafs
[50]
1966 Syracuse Chiefs Montgomery Rebels Daytona Beach Islanders
Rocky Mount Leafs
Statesville Tigers
[51]
1967 Toledo Mud Hens Montgomery Rebels Lakeland Tigers
Rocky Mount Leafs
Statesville Tigers
Erie Tigers [52]
1968 Toledo Mud Hens Montgomery Rebels Lakeland Tigers
Rocky Mount Leafs
Batavia Trojans GCL Tigers [53]
1969 Toledo Mud Hens Montgomery Rebels Lakeland Tigers
Rocky Mount Leafs
Batavia Trojans Bristol Tigers [54]
1970 Toledo Mud Hens Montgomery Rebels Lakeland Tigers
Rocky Mount Leafs
Batavia Trojans Bristol Tigers [55]
1971 Toledo Mud Hens Montgomery Rebels Clinton Pilots
Lakeland Tigers
Rocky Mount Leafs
Batavia Trojans Bristol Tigers [56]
1972 Toledo Mud Hens Montgomery Rebels Clinton Pilots
Lakeland Tigers
Rocky Mount Leafs
Bristol Tigers [57]
1973 Toledo Mud Hens Montgomery Rebels Anderson Tigers
Clinton Pilots
Lakeland Tigers
Bristol Tigers [58]
1974 Evansville Triplets Montgomery Rebels Clinton Pilots
Lakeland Tigers
Bristol Tigers [59]
1975 Evansville Triplets Montgomery Rebels Clinton Pilots
Lakeland Tigers
Bristol Tigers [60]
1976 Evansville Triplets Montgomery Rebels Lakeland Tigers Bristol Tigers [61]
1977 Evansville Triplets Montgomery Rebels Lakeland Tigers Bristol Tigers [62]
1978 Evansville Triplets Montgomery Rebels Lakeland Tigers Bristol Tigers [63]
1979 Evansville Triplets Montgomery Rebels Lakeland Tigers Bristol Tigers [64]
1980 Evansville Triplets Montgomery Rebels Lakeland Tigers Bristol Tigers [65]
1981 Evansville Triplets Birmingham Barons Lakeland Tigers
Macon Peaches
Bristol Tigers [66]
1982 Evansville Triplets Birmingham Barons Lakeland Tigers
Macon Peaches
Bristol Tigers [67]
1983 Evansville Triplets Birmingham Barons Lakeland Tigers Bristol Tigers [68]
1984 Evansville Triplets Birmingham Barons Lakeland Tigers Bristol Tigers [69]
1985 Nashville Sounds Birmingham Barons Lakeland Tigers Bristol Tigers [70]
1986 Nashville Sounds Glens Falls Tigers Gastonia Tigers
Lakeland Tigers
Bristol Tigers [71]
1987 Toledo Mud Hens Glens Falls Tigers Fayetteville Generals
Lakeland Tigers
Bristol Tigers [72]
1988 Toledo Mud Hens Glens Falls Tigers Fayetteville Generals
Lakeland Tigers
Bristol Tigers [73]
1989 Toledo Mud Hens London Tigers Fayetteville Generals
Lakeland Tigers
Niagara Falls Rapids Bristol Tigers
DSL Tigers/Giants
[74][75]

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 Toledo Mud Hens London Tigers Lakeland Tigers Fayetteville Generals Niagara Falls Rapids Bristol Tigers DSL Tigers/Padres/Red Sox [76][77]
1991 Toledo Mud Hens London Tigers Lakeland Tigers Fayetteville Generals Niagara Falls Rapids Bristol Tigers DSL Tigers/Cardinals [78][79]
1992 Toledo Mud Hens London Tigers Lakeland Tigers Fayetteville Generals Niagara Falls Rapids Bristol Tigers DSL Tigers/Cardinals [80]
1993 Toledo Mud Hens London Tigers Lakeland Tigers Fayetteville Generals Niagara Falls Rapids Bristol Tigers DSL Tigers/Cardinals [81]
1994 Toledo Mud Hens Trenton Thunder Lakeland Tigers Fayetteville Generals Jamestown Jammers Bristol Tigers DSL Tigers [82]
1995 Toledo Mud Hens Jacksonville Suns Lakeland Tigers Fayetteville Generals Jamestown Jammers GCL Tigers DSL Tigers [83]
1996 Toledo Mud Hens Jacksonville Suns Lakeland Tigers
Visalia Oaks
Fayetteville Generals Jamestown Jammers GCL Tigers DSL Tigers [84]
1997 Toledo Mud Hens Jacksonville Suns Lakeland Tigers West Michigan Whitecaps Jamestown Jammers GCL Tigers DSL Tigers [85]
1998 Toledo Mud Hens Jacksonville Suns Lakeland Tigers West Michigan Whitecaps Jamestown Jammers GCL Tigers DSL Tigers [86]
1999 Toledo Mud Hens Jacksonville Suns Lakeland Tigers West Michigan Whitecaps Oneonta Tigers GCL Tigers DSL Tigers [87]
2000 Toledo Mud Hens Jacksonville Suns Lakeland Tigers West Michigan Whitecaps Oneonta Tigers GCL Tigers DSL Tigers [88]
2001 Toledo Mud Hens Erie SeaWolves Lakeland Tigers West Michigan Whitecaps Oneonta Tigers GCL Tigers DSL Tigers [89]
2002 Toledo Mud Hens Erie SeaWolves Lakeland Tigers West Michigan Whitecaps Oneonta Tigers GCL Tigers DSL Tigers [90]
2003 Toledo Mud Hens Erie SeaWolves Lakeland Tigers West Michigan Whitecaps Oneonta Tigers GCL Tigers DSL Tigers [91]
2004 Toledo Mud Hens Erie SeaWolves Lakeland Tigers West Michigan Whitecaps Oneonta Tigers GCL Tigers DSL Tigers [92]
2005 Toledo Mud Hens Erie SeaWolves Lakeland Tigers West Michigan Whitecaps Oneonta Tigers GCL Tigers DSL Tigers [93]
2006 Toledo Mud Hens Erie SeaWolves Lakeland Tigers West Michigan Whitecaps Oneonta Tigers GCL Tigers DSL Tigers
VSL Tigers/Marlins
[94]
2007 Toledo Mud Hens Erie SeaWolves Lakeland Flying Tigers West Michigan Whitecaps Oneonta Tigers GCL Tigers DSL Tigers
VSL Tigers
[95]
2008 Toledo Mud Hens Erie SeaWolves Lakeland Flying Tigers West Michigan Whitecaps Oneonta Tigers GCL Tigers DSL Tigers
VSL Tigers
[96]
2009 Toledo Mud Hens Erie SeaWolves Lakeland Flying Tigers West Michigan Whitecaps Oneonta Tigers GCL Tigers DSL Tigers
VSL Tigers
[97]
2010 Toledo Mud Hens Erie SeaWolves Lakeland Flying Tigers West Michigan Whitecaps Connecticut Tigers GCL Tigers DSL Tigers
VSL Tigers
[98]
2011 Toledo Mud Hens Erie SeaWolves Lakeland Flying Tigers West Michigan Whitecaps Connecticut Tigers GCL Tigers DSL Tigers
VSL Tigers
[99]
2012 Toledo Mud Hens Erie SeaWolves Lakeland Flying Tigers West Michigan Whitecaps Connecticut Tigers GCL Tigers DSL Tigers
VSL Tigers
[100]
2013 Toledo Mud Hens Erie SeaWolves Lakeland Flying Tigers West Michigan Whitecaps Connecticut Tigers GCL Tigers DSL Tigers
VSL Tigers
[101]
2014 Toledo Mud Hens Erie SeaWolves Lakeland Flying Tigers West Michigan Whitecaps Connecticut Tigers GCL Tigers DSL Tigers
VSL Tigers
[102]
2015 Toledo Mud Hens Erie SeaWolves Lakeland Flying Tigers West Michigan Whitecaps Connecticut Tigers GCL Tigers DSL Tigers
VSL Tigers
[103]
2016 Toledo Mud Hens Erie SeaWolves Lakeland Flying Tigers West Michigan Whitecaps Connecticut Tigers GCL Tigers East
GCL Tigers West
DSL Tigers [104]
2017 Toledo Mud Hens Erie SeaWolves Lakeland Flying Tigers West Michigan Whitecaps Connecticut Tigers GCL Tigers East
GCL Tigers West
DSL Tigers [105]
2018 Toledo Mud Hens Erie SeaWolves Lakeland Flying Tigers West Michigan Whitecaps Connecticut Tigers GCL Tigers East
GCL Tigers West
DSL Tigers 1
DSL Tigers 2
[106]
2019 Toledo Mud Hens Erie SeaWolves Lakeland Flying Tigers West Michigan Whitecaps Connecticut Tigers GCL Tigers East
GCL Tigers West
DSL Tigers 1
DSL Tigers 2
[107]
2020[n 1] Toledo Mud Hens Erie SeaWolves Lakeland Flying Tigers West Michigan Whitecaps Norwich Sea Unicorns GCL Tigers East
GCL Tigers West
DSL Tigers 1
DSL Tigers 2
[109]

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.[110] Low-A was reclassified as Single-A in 2022.[111]

Season Triple-A Double-A High-A Single-A Rookie Foreign Rookie Ref.
2021 Toledo Mud Hens Erie SeaWolves West Michigan Whitecaps Lakeland Flying Tigers FCL Tigers East
FCL Tigers West
DSL Tigers [112]
2022 Toledo Mud Hens Erie SeaWolves West Michigan Whitecaps Lakeland Flying Tigers FCL Tigers DSL Tigers 1
DSL Tigers 2
[113]
2023 Toledo Mud Hens Erie SeaWolves West Michigan Whitecaps Lakeland Flying Tigers FCL Tigers DSL Tigers 1
DSL Tigers 2
[114]

Notes

  1. ^ The 2020 Minor League Baseball season was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[108]

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