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Old 09-27-2006, 08:04 PM   #1
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1969 MLB expansion - minor leagues Q

Just curious... Accdg to Jason Webb's minor league history spreadhsheet, three of the four '69 expansion teams - the Padres, Expos, and Pilots - each functioned that season without Triple A or Double A teams. How did they operate this way? To & from where did they send & retrieve players? There's probably an obvious answer - like working arrangements with other major league teams, but I was wondering... Anybody know?
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I believe Seattle's AAA team was the Vancouver Mounties and the Clinton Pilots was their AA affiliate.
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The Pilots and Expos used Vancouver in the Pacific Coast League as a AAA co-op.

The Padres and Royals used Omaha in the American Association as a AAA co-op.

The Pilots and Expos did not have AA affiliates.

The Padres and Royals used Elmira in the Eastern League as a AA co-op.

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