Eastern League

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The Eastern League (EL) is a Minor League Baseball (MiLB) sports league that has operated under that name since 1938, with the exception of the 2021 season, during which the league operated under the moniker Double-A Northeast. The league has played at the Double-A level since 1963, and consists primarily of teams located in the Northeastern United States.

Teams

Division Team MLB Affiliation City Stadium
Eastern Binghamton Rumble Ponies New York Mets Binghamton, New York NYSEG Stadium
Hartford Yard Goats Colorado Rockies Hartford, Connecticut Dunkin' Donuts Park
New Hampshire Fisher Cats Toronto Blue Jays Manchester, New Hampshire Northeast Delta Dental Stadium
Portland Sea Dogs Boston Red Sox Portland, Maine Hadlock Field
Reading Fightin Phils Philadelphia Phillies Reading, Pennsylvania FirstEnergy Stadium
Somerset Patriots New York Yankees Bridgewater Township, New Jersey TD Bank Ballpark
Western Akron RubberDucks Cleveland Indians Akron, Ohio Canal Park
Altoona Curve Pittsburgh Pirates Altoona, Pennsylvania Peoples Natural Gas Field
Bowie Baysox Baltimore Orioles Bowie, Maryland Prince George's Stadium
Erie SeaWolves Detroit Tigers Erie, Pennsylvania UPMC Park
Harrisburg Senators Washington Nationals Harrisburg, Pennsylvania FNB Field
Richmond Flying Squirrels San Francisco Giants Richmond, Virginia The Diamond
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South Division Amarillo Sod Poodles • Corpus Christi Hooks • Frisco RoughRiders • Midland RockHounds • San Antonio Missions
Eastern League Northeast Division Binghamton Rumble Ponies • Hartford Yard Goats • New Hampshire Fisher Cats • Portland Sea Dogs • Reading Fightin Phils • Somerset Patriots
Southwest Division Akron RubberDucks • Altoona Curve • Bowie Baysox • Erie SeaWolves • Harrisburg Senators • Richmond Flying Squirrels
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High A Midwest League East Division Dayton Dragons • Fort Wayne TinCaps • Great Lakes Loons • Lake County Captains • Lansing Lugnuts • West Michigan Whitecaps
West Division Beloit Snappers • Cedar Rapids Kernels • Peoria Chiefs • Quad Cities River Bandits • South Bend Cubs • Wisconsin Timber Rattlers
Northwest League n/a Eugene Emeralds • Everett AquaSox • Hillsboro Hops • Spokane Indians • Tri-City Dust Devils • Vancouver Canadians
South Atlantic League North Division Aberdeen IronBirds • Brooklyn Cyclones • Hudson Valley Renegades • Jersey Shore BlueClaws • Wilmington Blue Rocks
South Division Asheville Tourists • Bowling Green Hot Rods • Greensboro Grasshoppers • Greenville Drive • Hickory Crawdads • Rome Braves • Winston-Salem Dash
Single-A Carolina League North Division Delmarva Shorebirds • Fredericksburg Nationals • Lynchburg Hillcats • Salem Red Sox
Central Division Carolina Mudcats • Down East Wood Ducks • Fayetteville Woodpeckers • Kannapolis Cannon Ballers
South Division Augusta GreenJackets • Charleston RiverDogs • Columbia Fireflies • Myrtle Beach Pelicans
Florida State League East Division Daytona Tortugas • Jupiter Hammerheads • Palm Beach Cardinals • St. Lucie Mets
West Division Bradenton Marauders • Clearwater Threshers • Dunedin Blue Jays • Fort Myers Mighty Mussels • Lakeland Flying Tigers • Tampa Tarpons
California League North Division Fresno Grizzlies • Modesto Nuts • San Jose Giants • Stockton Ports
South Division Inland Empire 66ers • Lake Elsinore Storm • Rancho Cucamonga Quakes • Visalia Rawhide
Defunct Leagues
Defunct Teams Calgary Cannons • Charlotte Stone Crabs • Fort Lauderdale Yankees • Seattle Rainiers • Toronto Maple Leafs
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