The Los Angeles Dodgers farm system consists of seven Minor League Baseball affiliates across the United States and in the Dominican Republic. Four teams are independently owned, while three—the Arizona Complex League Dodgers and two Dominican Summer League Dodgers squads—are owned by the major league club.

The Dodgers have been affiliated with the High-A Great Lakes Loons of the Midwest League since 2007, making it the longest-running active affiliation in the organization among teams not owned by the Dodgers. The longest affiliation in team history was the 38-year relationship with the Albuquerque Dodgers/Dukes from 1963 to 2000. Their newest affiliate is the Tulsa Drillers of the Texas League, which became the Dodgers' Double-A club in 2015.

Geographically, Los Angeles' closest domestic affiliate is the Single-A Rancho Cucamonga Quakes of the California League, which are approximately 40 miles (64 km) away. Los Angeles' furthest domestic affiliate is the Great Lakes Loons some 1,929 miles (3,104 km) away.

Current affiliates

The Los Angeles Dodgers farm system consists of seven minor league affiliates.[1]

Class Team League Location Ballpark Affiliated
Triple-A Oklahoma City Baseball Club Pacific Coast League Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark 2015
Double-A Tulsa Drillers Texas League Tulsa, Oklahoma Oneok Field 2015
High-A Great Lakes Loons Midwest League Midland, Michigan Dow Diamond 2007
Single-A Rancho Cucamonga Quakes California League Rancho Cucamonga, California LoanMart Field 2011
Rookie ACL Dodgers Arizona Complex League Phoenix, Arizona Camelback Ranch 2021
DSL Dodgers Bautista Dominican Summer League Santo Domingo, Distrito Nacional Las Palmas Complex 2019
DSL Dodgers Mega 2022

Past affiliates

Key

Season Each year is linked to an article about that particular Dodgers 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 Jersey City Skeeters Hartford Senators [4]
1933 York White Roses [5]
1934 Dayton Ducks [6]
1935 Sacramento Senators Reading Brooks /
 Allentown Brooks
Dayton Ducks [7]
1936 Allentown Brooks
Davenport Blue Sox
Beatrice Blues
Jeanerette Blues
Mayfield Clothiers
[8]
1937 Louisville Colonels Davenport Blue Sox
Elmira Pioneers
Knoxville Smokies (A1)
Clinton Owls Americus Cardinals
Beatrice Blues
Greensburg Green Sox
Pocomoke City Red Sox
[9]
1938 Elmira Pioneers
Nashville Volunteers (A1)
Clinton Owls
Pensacola Pilots
Winston-Salem Twins
Dayton Ducks
Greenwood Dodgers
Beatrice Blues
Cooleemee Weavers
Superior Blues
Tallahassee Capitols
[10]
1939 Montreal Royals Elmira Pioneers
Nashville Volunteers (A1)
Macon Peaches Dayton Wings
Gloversville-Johnstown Glovers
Greenville Buckshots
Americus Pioneers
Daytona Beach Islanders
Huntington Boosters
Olean Oilers
Paducah Indians
Reidsville Luckies
Superior Blues
[11]
1940 Montreal Royals Elmira Pioneers
Nashville Volunteers (A1)
Anniston Rams
Durham Bulls
Macon Peaches
Dayton Wings
Grand Rapids Dodgers
Americus Pioneers
Bassett Furnituremakers
Bowling Green Barons
Fayetteville Angels
Greenville Lions
Johnstown Johnnies
Landis Dodgers
Newport Dodgers
Olean Oilers
Superior Blues
[12]
1941 Montreal Royals Durham Bulls
Reading Brooks
Dayton Ducks
Grand Rapids Colts
Quebec Athletics
Santa Barbara Saints
Big Spring Bombers
Elizabethton Betsy Red Sox
Johnstown Johnnies
Newport Dodgers
Olean Oilers
Troy Dodgers /
 Tuskegee Airmen
Valdosta Trojans
[13]
1942 Montreal Royals Durham Bulls Dayton Ducks
Santa Barbara Saints
Johnstown Johnnies
Kingsport Dodgers
Lamesa Dodgers
Olean Oilers
Valdosta Trojans
[14]
1943 Montreal Royals New Orleans Pelicans (A1) Durham Bulls Olean Oilers [15]
1944 Montreal Royals
St. Paul Saints
New Orleans Pelicans (A1) Newport News Dodgers
Trenton Packers
Olean Oilers
Zanesville Dodgers
[16]
1945 Montreal Royals
St. Paul Saints
Mobile Bears (A1) Newport News Dodgers
Trenton Spartans
Olean Oilers
Thomasville Dodgers
Zanesville Dodgers
[17]
1946 Montreal Royals
St. Paul Saints
Fort Worth Cats
Mobile Bears
Asheville Tourists
Danville Dodgers
Meridian Peps
Nashua Dodgers
Newport News Dodgers
Abilene Blue Sox
Grand Forks Chiefs
Johnstown Johnnies
Santa Barbara Dodgers
Trois-Rivières Royals
Cambridge Dodgers
Daytona Beach Islanders
Miami Blues
Olean Oilers
Thomasville Dodgers
Valdosta Dodgers
Zanesville Dodgers
[18]
1947 Montreal Royals
St. Paul Saints
Fort Worth Cats
Mobile Bears
Greenville Spinners
Pueblo Dodgers
Asheville Tourists
Danville Dodgers
Nashua Dodgers
Newport News Dodgers
Spokane Indians
Abilene Blue Sox
Greenwood Dodgers
Johnstown Johnnies
Santa Barbara Dodgers
Trois-Rivières Royals
Cambridge Dodgers
Kingston Dodgers
Olean Oilers
Ponca City Dodgers
Pulaski Counts
Thomasville Dodgers
Valdosta Dodgers
Zanesville Dodgers
[19]
1948 Montreal Royals
St. Paul Saints
Fort Worth Cats
Mobile Bears
Greenville Spinners
Pueblo Dodgers
Asheville Tourists
Danville Dodgers
Lancaster Red Roses
Nashua Dodgers
Newport News Dodgers
Abilene Blue Sox
Greenwood Dodgers
Idaho Falls Russets
Johnstown Johnnies
Santa Barbara Dodgers
Trois-Rivières Royals
Cairo Egyptians
Cambridge Dodgers
Medford Nuggets
Olean Oilers
Ponca City Dodgers
Pulaski Counts
Sheboygan Indians
Valdosta Dodgers
Zanesville Dodgers
[20]
1949 Hollywood Stars
Montreal Royals
St. Paul Saints
Fort Worth Cats
Mobile Bears
Greenville Spinners
Pueblo Dodgers
Asheville Tourists
Danville Dodgers
Lancaster Red Roses
Miami Sun Sox
Nashua Dodgers
Newport News Dodgers
Billings Mustangs
Geneva Robins
Greenwood Dodgers
Johnstown Johnnies
Santa Barbara Dodgers
Trois-Rivières Royals
Cairo Dodgers
Cambridge Dodgers
Ponca City Dodgers
Sheboygan Indians
Valdosta Dodgers
[21]
1950 Hollywood Stars
Montreal Royals
St. Paul Saints
Fort Worth Cats
Mobile Bears
Elmira Pioneers
Greenville Spinners
Pueblo Dodgers
Asheville Tourists
Danville Dodgers
Lancaster Red Roses
Miami Sun Sox
Newport News Dodgers
Billings Mustangs
Bisbee-Douglas Copper Kings
Greenwood Dodgers
Santa Barbara Dodgers
Trois-Rivières Royals
Hazard Bombers
Hazleton Dodgers
Hornell Dodgers
Ponca City Dodgers
Sheboygan Indians
Valdosta Dodgers
[22]
1951 Montreal Royals
St. Paul Saints
Fort Worth Cats
Mobile Bears
Elmira Pioneers
Pueblo Dodgers
Asheville Tourists
Lancaster Red Roses
Miami Sun Sox
Newport News Dodgers
Billings Mustangs
Bisbee-Douglas Copper Kings
Greenwood Dodgers
Santa Barbara Dodgers
Hazard Bombers
Hornell Dodgers
Ponca City Dodgers
Sheboygan Indians
Valdosta Dodgers
[23]
1952 Montreal Royals
St. Paul Saints
Fort Worth Cats
Mobile Bears
Elmira Pioneers
Pueblo Dodgers
Lancaster Red Roses
Miami Sun Sox
Newport News Dodgers
Great Falls Electrics
Greenwood Dodgers
Santa Barbara Dodgers
Hazard Bombers
Hornell Dodgers
Ponca City Dodgers
Sheboygan Indians
Valdosta Dodgers
[24]
1953 Montreal Royals
St. Paul Saints
Fort Worth Cats
Mobile Bears
Elmira Pioneers
Pueblo Dodgers
Asheville Tourists
Miami Sun Sox
Newport News Dodgers
Great Falls Electrics
Santa Barbara Dodgers
Hornell Dodgers
Shawnee Hawks
Sheboygan Indians
Thomasville Dodgers
Union City Dodgers
[25]
1954 Montreal Royals
St. Paul Saints
Fort Worth Cats
Mobile Bears
Elmira Pioneers
Pueblo Dodgers
Asheville Tourists
Miami Sun Sox
Newport News Dodgers
Bakersfield Indians
Great Falls Electrics
Hornell Dodgers
Shawnee Hawks
Thomasville Dodgers
Union City Dodgers
[26]
1955 Montreal Royals
St. Paul Saints
Fort Worth Cats
Mobile Bears
Elmira Pioneers
Pueblo Dodgers
Asheville Tourists
Cedar Rapids Raiders
Newport News Dodgers
Bakersfield Indians
Great Falls Electrics
Hornell Dodgers
Shawnee Hawks
Thomasville Dodgers
Union City Dodgers
[27]
1956 Montreal Royals
Portland Beavers (Open)
St. Paul Saints
Fort Worth Cats Macon Dodgers
Pueblo Dodgers
Cedar Rapids Raiders
Wichita Falls Spudders
Great Falls Electrics
Reno Silver Sox
Hornell Dodgers
Kokomo Dodgers
Shawnee Hawks
Thomasville Dodgers
[28]
1957 Los Angeles Angels (Open)
Montreal Royals
St. Paul Saints
Macon Dodgers
Pueblo Dodgers
Cedar Rapids Raiders
Victoria Rosebuds
Great Falls Electrics
Reno Silver Sox
Bluefield Dodgers
Kokomo Dodgers
Shawnee Hawks
Thomasville Dodgers
[29]
1958 Montreal Royals
Spokane Indians
St. Paul Saints
Victoria Rosebuds Des Moines Bruins
Macon Dodgers
Green Bay Bluejays Great Falls Electrics
Reno Silver Sox
Columbus Foxes
Kokomo Dodgers
Thomasville Dodgers
[30]
1959 Montreal Royals
Spokane Indians
St. Paul Saints
Victoria Rosebuds Macon Dodgers Green Bay Bluejays Great Falls Electrics
Reno Silver Sox
Kokomo Dodgers
Odessa Dodgers
Orlando Dodgers
Panama City Fliers
[31]
1960 Montreal Royals
Spokane Indians
St. Paul Saints
Atlanta Crackers Macon Dodgers Green Bay Dodgers Great Falls Electrics
Reno Silver Sox
Kokomo Dodgers
Odessa Dodgers
Orlando Dodgers
Panama City Fliers
[32]
1961 Omaha Dodgers
Spokane Indians
Atlanta Crackers Greenville Spinners Salem Dodgers Great Falls Electrics
Reno Silver Sox
Artesia Dodgers
Kokomo Dodgers
Orlando Dodgers
Panama City Fliers
[33]
1962 Omaha Dodgers
Spokane Indians
Greenville Spinners Salem Dodgers Great Falls Electrics
Reno Silver Sox
Keokuk Dodgers /
 Midwest Dodgers
Ozark Dodgers /
 Andalusia Dodgers
St. Petersburg Saints
[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(s).
1963 Spokane Indians Albuquerque Dodgers Great Falls Electrics
Salem Dodgers
Salisbury Dodgers
Santa Barbara Dodgers
St. Petersburg Saints
[35]
1964 Spokane Indians Albuquerque Dodgers Grand Forks Chiefs
Salem Dodgers
Salisbury Dodgers
Santa Barbara Dodgers
St. Petersburg Saints
Pocatello Chiefs [36]
1965 Spokane Indians Albuquerque Dodgers Salem Dodgers
Santa Barbara Dodgers
St. Petersburg Saints
Pocatello Chiefs [37]
1966 Spokane Indians Albuquerque Dodgers Jamestown Dodgers
Santa Barbara Dodgers
Tri-City Atoms Ogden Dodgers [38]
1967 Spokane Indians Albuquerque Dodgers Dubuque Packers
Santa Barbara Dodgers
Tri-City Atoms Ogden Dodgers [39]
1968 Spokane Indians Albuquerque Dodgers Bakersfield Dodgers
Daytona Beach Dodgers
Tri-City Atoms Ogden Dodgers [40]
1969 Spokane Indians Albuquerque Dodgers Bakersfield Dodgers
Daytona Beach Dodgers
Rogue Valley Dodgers Ogden Dodgers [41]
1970 Spokane Indians Albuquerque Dodgers Bakersfield Dodgers
Daytona Beach Dodgers
Medford Dodgers Ogden Dodgers [42]
1971 Spokane Indians Albuquerque Dodgers Bakersfield Dodgers
Daytona Beach Dodgers
Medford Dodgers Ogden Dodgers [43]
1972 Albuquerque Dukes El Paso Dodgers Bakersfield Dodgers
Daytona Beach Dodgers
Spokane Indians Ogden Dodgers [44]
1973 Albuquerque Dukes Waterbury Dodgers Bakersfield Dodgers
Daytona Beach Dodgers
Bellingham Dodgers Ogden Dodgers [45]
1974 Albuquerque Dukes Waterbury Dodgers Bakersfield Dodgers
Orangeburg Dodgers
Bellingham Dodgers [46]
1975 Albuquerque Dukes Waterbury Dodgers Bakersfield Dodgers
Danville Dodgers
Bellingham Dodgers [47]
1976 Albuquerque Dukes Waterbury Dodgers Danville Dodgers
Lodi Dodgers
Bellingham Dodgers [48]
1977 Albuquerque Dukes San Antonio Dodgers Clinton Dodgers
Lodi Dodgers
Lethbridge Dodgers [49]
1978 Albuquerque Dukes San Antonio Dodgers Clinton Dodgers
Lodi Dodgers
Lethbridge Dodgers [50]
1979 Albuquerque Dukes San Antonio Dodgers Clinton Dodgers
Lodi Dodgers
Lethbridge Dodgers [51]
1980 Albuquerque Dukes San Antonio Dodgers Lodi Dodgers
Vero Beach Dodgers
Lethbridge Dodgers [52]
1981 Albuquerque Dukes San Antonio Dodgers Lodi Dodgers
Vero Beach Dodgers
Lethbridge Dodgers [53]
1982 Albuquerque Dukes San Antonio Dodgers Lodi Dodgers
Vero Beach Dodgers
Lethbridge Dodgers [54]
1983 Albuquerque Dukes San Antonio Dodgers Lodi Dodgers
Vero Beach Dodgers
Lethbridge Dodgers
GCL Dodgers
[55]
1984 Albuquerque Dukes San Antonio Dodgers Bakersfield Dodgers
Vero Beach Dodgers
Great Falls Dodgers
GCL Dodgers
[56]
1985 Albuquerque Dukes San Antonio Dodgers Bakersfield Dodgers
Vero Beach Dodgers
Great Falls Dodgers
GCL Dodgers
[57]
1986 Albuquerque Dukes San Antonio Dodgers Bakersfield Dodgers
Vero Beach Dodgers
Great Falls Dodgers
GCL Dodgers
[58]
1987 Albuquerque Dukes San Antonio Dodgers Bakersfield Dodgers
Vero Beach Dodgers
Great Falls Dodgers
GCL Dodgers
[59]
1988 Albuquerque Dukes San Antonio Missions Bakersfield Dodgers
Vero Beach Dodgers
Salem Dodgers Great Falls Dodgers
GCL Dodgers
[60]
1989 Albuquerque Dukes San Antonio Missions Bakersfield Dodgers
Vero Beach Dodgers
Salem Dodgers Great Falls Dodgers
GCL Dodgers
DSL Dodgers
[61][62]

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 Albuquerque Dukes San Antonio Missions Bakersfield Dodgers
Vero Beach Dodgers
Yakima Bears Great Falls Dodgers
GCL Dodgers
DSL Cibao Dodgers
DSL San Pedro de Macoris Dodgers
[63][64]
1991 Albuquerque Dukes San Antonio Missions Bakersfield Dodgers
Vero Beach Dodgers
Yakima Bears Great Falls Dodgers
GCL Dodgers
DSL Dodgers
DSL Dodgers/Angels/Padres
[65][66]
1992 Albuquerque Dukes San Antonio Missions Bakersfield Dodgers
Vero Beach Dodgers
Yakima Bears Great Falls Dodgers
GCL Dodgers
DSL Dodgers 1
DSL Dodgers 2
[67]
1993 Albuquerque Dukes San Antonio Missions Bakersfield Dodgers
Vero Beach Dodgers
Yakima Bears Great Falls Dodgers DSL Dodgers 1
DSL Dodgers/Angels
[68]
1994 Albuquerque Dukes San Antonio Missions Bakersfield Dodgers
Vero Beach Dodgers
Yakima Bears Great Falls Dodgers DSL Dodgers 1
DSL Dodgers 2
[69]
1995 Albuquerque Dukes San Antonio Missions San Bernardino Spirit
Vero Beach Dodgers
Yakima Bears Great Falls Dodgers DSL Dodgers 1
DSL Dodgers 2
[70]
1996 Albuquerque Dukes San Antonio Missions San Bernardino Stampede
Vero Beach Dodgers
Savannah Sand Gnats Yakima Bears Great Falls Dodgers DSL Dodgers 1
DSL Dodgers 2
[71]
1997 Albuquerque Dukes San Antonio Missions San Bernardino Stampede
Vero Beach Dodgers
Savannah Sand Gnats Yakima Bears Great Falls Dodgers DSL Dodgers 1
DSL Dodgers 2
[72]
1998 Albuquerque Dukes San Antonio Missions San Bernardino Stampede
Vero Beach Dodgers
Yakima Bears Great Falls Dodgers DSL Dodgers 1
DSL Dodgers 2
[73]
1999 Albuquerque Dukes San Antonio Missions San Bernardino Stampede
Vero Beach Dodgers
Yakima Bears Great Falls Dodgers DSL Dodgers 1
DSL Dodgers 2
[74]
2000 Albuquerque Dukes San Antonio Missions San Bernardino Stampede
Vero Beach Dodgers
Yakima Bears Great Falls Dodgers DSL Dodgers [75]
2001 Las Vegas 51s Jacksonville Suns Vero Beach Dodgers Wilmington Waves Great Falls Dodgers
GCL Dodgers
DSL Dodgers [76]
2002 Las Vegas 51s Jacksonville Suns Vero Beach Dodgers South Georgia Waves Great Falls Dodgers
GCL Dodgers
DSL Dodgers 1
DSL Dodgers 2
VSL San Joaquin[n 1]
[78]
2003 Las Vegas 51s Jacksonville Suns Vero Beach Dodgers South Georgia Waves Ogden Raptors
GCL Dodgers
DSL Dodgers 1
DSL Dodgers 2
[79]
2004 Las Vegas 51s Jacksonville Suns Vero Beach Dodgers Columbus Catfish Ogden Raptors
GCL Dodgers
DSL Dodgers 1
DSL Dodgers 2
[80]
2005 Las Vegas 51s Jacksonville Suns Vero Beach Dodgers Columbus Catfish Ogden Raptors
GCL Dodgers
DSL Dodgers [81]
2006 Las Vegas 51s Jacksonville Suns Vero Beach Dodgers Columbus Catfish Ogden Raptors
GCL Dodgers
DSL Dodgers [82]
2007 Las Vegas 51s Jacksonville Suns Inland Empire 66ers Great Lakes Loons Ogden Raptors
GCL Dodgers
DSL Dodgers [83]
2008 Las Vegas 51s Jacksonville Suns Inland Empire 66ers Great Lakes Loons Ogden Raptors
GCL Dodgers
DSL Dodgers [84]
2009 Albuquerque Isotopes Chattanooga Lookouts Inland Empire 66ers Great Lakes Loons Ogden Raptors
AZL Dodgers
DSL Dodgers [85]
2010 Albuquerque Isotopes Chattanooga Lookouts Inland Empire 66ers Great Lakes Loons Ogden Raptors
AZL Dodgers
DSL Dodgers [86]
2011 Albuquerque Isotopes Chattanooga Lookouts Rancho Cucamonga Quakes Great Lakes Loons Ogden Raptors
AZL Dodgers
DSL Dodgers [87]
2012 Albuquerque Isotopes Chattanooga Lookouts Rancho Cucamonga Quakes Great Lakes Loons Ogden Raptors
AZL Dodgers
DSL Dodgers [88]
2013 Albuquerque Isotopes Chattanooga Lookouts Rancho Cucamonga Quakes Great Lakes Loons Ogden Raptors
AZL Dodgers
DSL Dodgers [89]
2014 Albuquerque Isotopes Chattanooga Lookouts Rancho Cucamonga Quakes Great Lakes Loons Ogden Raptors
AZL Dodgers
DSL Dodgers [90]
2015 Oklahoma City Dodgers Tulsa Drillers Rancho Cucamonga Quakes Great Lakes Loons Ogden Raptors
AZL Dodgers
DSL Dodgers [91]
2016 Oklahoma City Dodgers Tulsa Drillers Rancho Cucamonga Quakes Great Lakes Loons Ogden Raptors
AZL Dodgers
DSL Dodgers 1
DSL Dodgers 2
[92]
2017 Oklahoma City Dodgers Tulsa Drillers Rancho Cucamonga Quakes Great Lakes Loons Ogden Raptors
AZL Dodgers
DSL Dodgers 1
DSL Dodgers 2
[93]
2018 Oklahoma City Dodgers Tulsa Drillers Rancho Cucamonga Quakes Great Lakes Loons Ogden Raptors
AZL Dodgers
DSL Dodgers Guerrero
DSL Dodgers Robinson
[94]
2019 Oklahoma City Dodgers Tulsa Drillers Rancho Cucamonga Quakes Great Lakes Loons Ogden Raptors
AZL Dodgers Lasorda
AZL Dodgers Mota
DSL Dodgers Bautista
DSL Dodgers Shoemaker
[95]
2020[n 2] Oklahoma City Dodgers Tulsa Drillers Rancho Cucamonga Quakes Great Lakes Loons Ogden Raptors
AZL Dodgers Lasorda
AZL Dodgers Mota
DSL Dodgers Bautista
DSL Dodgers Shoemaker
[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 Oklahoma City Dodgers Tulsa Drillers Great Lakes Loons Rancho Cucamonga Quakes ACL Dodgers DSL Dodgers Bautista
DSL Dodgers Shoemaker
[100]
2022 Oklahoma City Dodgers Tulsa Drillers Great Lakes Loons Rancho Cucamonga Quakes ACL Dodgers DSL Dodgers Bautista
DSL Dodgers Mega
[101]
2023 Oklahoma City Dodgers Tulsa Drillers Great Lakes Loons Rancho Cucamonga Quakes ACL Dodgers DSL Dodgers Bautista
DSL Dodgers Mega
[102]

Notes

  1. ^ In 2002, the Dodgres operated a Venezuelan Summer League team as a co-op with the Florida Marlins.[77]
  2. ^ The 2020 Minor League Baseball season was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[96]

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