Farm SystemSee also: Minor League Baseball
|AAA||Salt Lake Bees||Pacific Coast League||Brian Harper|
|AA||Arkansas Travelers||Texas League||Tyrone Boykin|
|A||Rancho Cucamonga Quakes||California League||Bobby Mitchell|
|A||Cedar Rapids Kernels||Midwest League||Bobby Magallanes|
|Rookie||AZL Angels||Arizona League||Ever Magallanes|
|Rookie||Orem Owlz||Pioneer League||Tom Kotchman|
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