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Quakes, Dodgers Extend Player Development Deal

Rancho Cucamonga QuakesThe Rancho Cucamonga Quakes (High A; California League) and the Los Angeles Dodgers extended their player-development contract (PDC) through 2018.

“The Dodgers are a historic franchise in Major League baseball and the Quakes are proud to continue our partnership with them,” said Quakes Managing Partner Bobby Brett.

We are in the midst of affiliation renewals: You can read more about the affiliation situation here, with a current list of affiliations here.

“We are extremely happy to continue our partnership with the Quakes for two more years,” said Director, Player Development Gabe Kapler. “Grant, Brent, their staff, the city of Rancho Cucamonga and Quakes fans work together to create an atmosphere and environment that helps our players develop every day. We are confident that our affiliation will continue to produce outstanding Dodgers player for years to come.”

“The last six years have been great and we’re excited to continue our partnership with the Dodgers,” said Quakes Vice President/General Manager Grant Riddle. “From the Exhibition Game to last year’s Cal League Championship Team, the partnership has left our fans with many great memories. Our fans love being able to enjoy watching the top talent in the Dodgers’ minor league system on their way to Los Angeles. And with so many rehabbing players that the Dodgers have sent to LoanMart Field over the last six years, it’s really been a treat for our fans.”

Highlights of the six-season partnership thus far include a Quakes vs. Dodgers Exhibition Game  at LoanMart Field, countless Dodgers rehabbers, including former MVP and Cy Young Award Winner, Clayton Kershaw, the 2014 Cal League MVP in Corey Seager, numerous former Quakes putting on the Dodgers uniform for their major league debuts, three trips to the California League Playoffs and Rancho Cucamonga’s first Cal League title since 1994.

Here’s a look at the current affiliate status in Minor League Baseball.

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