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2004-06-12 15:26:29
2004-06-12 15:26:29

In organized baseball, there are 19 listed official leagues. These do not include the winter leagues in Central and South America, and places like Japan, which have their own major leagues. Majors: American, National AAA: International, Pacific Coast, Mexican (minorleaguebaseball.com lists the Mexican league, although I'm not sure if it is officially AAA) AA: Eastern, Southern, Texas A: California, Midwest, Carolina, South Atlantic, Florida State Rookie: Appalachian, Arizona, Pioneer, Gulf Coast

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