For the first time in more than a year, Minor League Baseball is back.

The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic wiped out the 2020 MiLB season. While some teams, including the Brewers, added a number of their top prospects to their 60-man player pool to allow them to continue their development at alternate training sites, most minor league players were left to workout on their own, using video and remote sessions to stay in shape and in contact with their organizations.

During the last year, the minor league landscape has changed thanks to a takeover and overhaul by Major League Baseball. The changes resulted in the elimination of 40 affiliated teams and a massive realignment and reorganization of the remaining 119 squads.

Here's a look at the Brewers' primary affiliates this season and top players to watch at each level of the organization: Content Exchange

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