Thursday, September 05, 2013

Rays in middle of minors' pack with 3 playoff teams

The Houston Astros, in the doldrums of the American League, have the most minor league teams in the playoffs this year.

Six teams in the Houston organization -- twice as many as the Rays -- are in the postseason.

The Astros, Los Angeles Angels and New York Mets are the only teams with both their Triple-A and Double-A teams in the playoffs. The Miami Marlins, Philadelphia Phillies and Cincinnati Reds have no playoff teams.

Astros: Oklahoma City, Texas, Lancaster, Quad Cities, Tri-City, Greeneville

Angels: Salt Lake, Arkansas, Inland Empire, AZL
Giants: San Jose, Augusta, Salem-Keizer, AZL
Mets: Las Vegas, Binghamton, Savannah, Kingsport
Nationals: Harrisburg, Potomac, Hagerstown, GCL
Pirates: Indianapolis, West Virginia, Jamestown, GCL

Blue Jays: Dunedin, Vancouver, Bluefield
Cubs: Tennessee, Daytona, Boise
Diamondbacks: Mobile, Visalia, South Bend
Dodgers: Rancho Cucamonga, Great Lakes, AZL
Mariners: Clinton, Everett, Pulaski
Padres: San Antonio, Fort Wayne, AZL
Rays: Durham, Charlotte, Bowling Green
Red Sox: Pawtucket, Salem, GCL
Rockies: Tulsa, Modesto, Grand Junction
Twins: Rochester, Fort Myers, Cedar Rapids

Braves: Mississippi, Lynchburg
Rangers: Myrtle Beach, AZL
Royals: Omaha, Idaho Falls
White Sox: Birmingham, Great Falls
Yankees: Trenton, GCL

Athletics: Beloit
Brewers: Helena
Cardinals: State College
Indians: AZL
Orioles: Aberdeen
Tigers: Erie


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