Double-A Northeast
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Double-A Northeast
Double-A Northeast
No. of teams12
CountryUnited States

The Double-A Northeast is a 12-team Minor League Baseball (MiLB) league that began operating in the United States in 2021.[1] Along with the Double-A Central and the Double-A South, it is one of three leagues playing at the Double-A level, which is two grades below Major League Baseball (MLB). The league was created in 2021 in conjunction with MLB's reorganization of the minor leagues.[1]

The league is a replacement league for the Eastern League, a former Minor League Baseball Double-A league that was established in 1923 and operated until 2020. The league is made up of 11 former Eastern League teams and one team formerly of the independent Atlantic League of Professional Baseball.[2][3]

Current teams


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