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2018 Minor League Baseball League Champions

Sunday marked the effective end of the 2018 minor league season. The Triple-A Championship game will be played tomorrow night in Columbus, Ohio. But all league titles have now been decided. The Tampa Bay Rays and Los Angeles Dodgers affiliates each won three minor league titles. The Minnesota Twins and Houston Astros affiliates won a pair of titles.

Here's a look at who won each league, their record and their manager.

Pacific Coast League: Memphis Redbirds (83-57). St. Louis Cardinals affiliate. Manager Stubby Clapp

International League: Durham Bulls (79-60). Tampa Bay Rays affiliate. Manager: Jared Sandberg

Eastern League: New Hampshire Fisher Cats (76-62). Toronto Blue Jays affiliate. Manager: John Schneider.

Southern League: Jackson Generals (75-64). Arizona Diamondbacks affiliate. Manager: Shelley Duncan.

Texas League: Tulsa Drillers (74-65). Los Angeles Dodgers affiliate. Manager: Scott Hennessey.

Carolina League: Buies Creek Astros (80-57). Houston Astros affiliate. Manager: Morgan Ensberg.

California League: Rancho Cucamonga Quakes (87-53). Los Angeles Dodgers affiliate. Manager: Drew Saylor.

Florida State League: Fort Myers Miracle (68-69). Minnesota Twins affiliate. Manager: Ramon Borrego.

Midwest League: Bowling Green Hot Rods (90-49). Tampa Bay Rays affiliate. Manager: Craig Albernaz.

South Atlantic League: Lexington Legends (76-60). Kansas City Royals. Manager: Scott Thorman.

New York-Penn League: Tri-City Valley Cats (42-33). Houston Astros. Manager: Jason Bell.

Northwest League: Eugene Emeralds (31-45). Chicago Cubs. Manager: Steven Lerud.

Appalachian League: Elizabethton Twins (39-27). Minnesota Twins. Manager: Ray Smith.

Pioneer League: Great Falls Voyagers (34-41). Chicago White Sox. Manager: Tim Esmay.

Arizona League: AZL Dodgers (37-18). Manager: Mark Kertenian.

Gulf Coast League: GCL Tigers West (37-16). Manager: Brayan Pena.

Dominican Summer League: DSL Rays1 (51-20). Manager: Esteban Gonzalez.

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