|North||Arkansas Travelers||Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim||North Little Rock, Arkansas||Dickey-Stephens Park||5,800|
|Northwest Arkansas Naturals||Kansas City Royals||Springdale, Arkansas||Arvest Ballpark||7,305|
|Springfield Cardinals||St. Louis Cardinals||Springfield, Missouri||Hammons Field||10,486|
|Tulsa Drillers||Colorado Rockies||Tulsa, Oklahoma||ONEOK Field||7,833|
|South||Corpus Christi Hooks||Houston Astros||Corpus Christi, Texas||Whataburger Field||5,050 fixed seats, 19 luxury suites, 2,000 General Admission|
|Frisco RoughRiders||Texas Rangers||Frisco, Texas||Dr Pepper Ballpark||10,316|
|Midland RockHounds||Oakland Athletics||Midland, Texas||Citibank Ballpark||6,669|
|San Antonio Missions||San Diego Padres||San Antonio, Texas||Nelson W. Wolff Municipal Stadium||9,200|
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