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19 hours ago, MurphDogg said:

No it isn't. The Pioneer League is equal to the Appalachian League, a level below The NY Penn League and the Northwest League. Of course, the Orioles don't have a team at the Pioneer/Appalachian level, so they had no choice but to promote him or demote him to the Gulf Coast League.

 

It looks like the Angels and Rockies are the only teams in the Pioneer League that have a higher level short season team. For most teams in the Pioneer League including the Brewers, it is the highest level available before full season ball.  

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9 hours ago, POR said:

It looks like the Angels and Rockies are the only teams in the Pioneer League that have a higher level short season team. For most teams in the Pioneer League including the Brewers, it is the highest level available before full season ball.  

Probably the most simplistic way to look at this is by average age.   I just looked at the average age of the batters:

GCL: 19.8

Appalachian: 20.3

Pioneer: 20.6

NY-Penn: 21.0

 

 

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