Milb: Double-A Central league

MLB has renamed the divisions in Minor-League baseball.

The Frisco RoughRiders are now part of the Double-A Central. They used to be part of the Texas League which was founded in 1888. There had been several changes along the way.

The teams competing in the newly named Double-A Central League remain mostly the same.

What teams are in the Double-A Central League?

TeamAffiliate BallparkCapacity
Amarillo Sod PoodlesArizona Diamondbacks Hodgetown6,631
Arkansas Travelers Seattle MarinersDickey-Stephens Park7,200
Corpus Christi HooksHouston AstrosWhataburger Field7,679
Frisco RoughRiders Texas Rangers Dr Pepper Ballpark 7,748
Midland RockHounds Oakland Athletics Momentum Bank Ballpark 4,709
Northwest Arkansas Naturals Kansas City Royals Arrest Ballpark7,305
San Antonio Missions San Diego Padres Nelson W. Wolff Municipal Stadium 9,200
Springfield Cardinals St Louis Cardinals Hammons Field10,486
Tulsa DrillersLos Angeles Dodgers OneOk Field7,833
Wichita Wind Surge Minnesota Twins Riverfront Stadium 10,025

The Wichita Wind Surge and the San Antonio Missions are new additions to the League from the Triple-A Pacific Coast League.

The Wind Surge were previously affiliated with the Miami Marlins. The San Antonio Missions were the Triple-A team for the Milwaukee Brewers.

A formal name the the Double-A Central league is expected to be announced at a later date so we’ll see if it remains the Texas League as it’s been known since 1888.

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