Minor League Baseball’s 160 affiliated teams sold a record $85.7 million in merchandise during the 2019 calendar year. That number is an increase of almost 17 percent over 2018’s then-record $74 million in sales, which was an increase of four percent over 2017’s then-record $71 million. Each year, MiLB announces
The 160 affiliated Minor League Baseball teams sold a record $70.8 million worth of merchandise in 2017, a 3.6 percent increase over 2016’s sales numbers, which were also a record. The increased sales can be attributed in part to a growing number of rebrands, promotional uniforms, and temporary identity changes.
Minor League Baseball’s list of the top 25 teams in terms of merchandise sales in 2016 is out, and it features a mixed bag of traditional powerhouses and trendy newcomers. There are 160 affiliated teams in the minors, including 30 each at Triple-A and Double-A, with the remaining 100 playing
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